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PhD Student Papers

By means of a five page individual research paper, students are encouraged to dive deeper into the subject, on a topic of their choice. For those who would like to join efforts with others, a general subject is suggested (see syllabus). The paper should consist of (1) a well-defined (action-) research question; (2) a literature scan and review of some strands related to the subject; (3) findings - in terms of answers to the research question - and (4) suggestions - in terms of what to do next. The paper can not be more than 3000 words.

 

Bilal Mizra Paper Engel 2006 - Largest working for the poorest

Daniel Vertesy Paper Engel 2006 - Is knowledge always for development?

Flavia Carvalho Paper Engel 2006 - Evaluating Knowledge Flows within Industrial Clusters

Nora Engel and Ivan Kulis Paper Engel 2006 - Evaluating the social organization of innovation in (online) Communities of Practice


Copyright 2013, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource. PhD Student Papers. (2007, December 28). Retrieved October 28, 2013, from UN University OCW Web site: http://www.ocw.unu.edu/maastricht-economic-and-social-research-and-training-centre-on-innovation-and-technology/knowledge-for-development/phd-student-papers. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Creative Commons License