Doctoral workshop: research methodologies and techniques

November 10, 2005

Brussels, 09 Nov 2005

A doctoral workshop on research methodologies and techniques in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation and finance will take place in Ghent, Belgium, from 5 to 9 December.

Organised by the GATE2GROWTH academic network as part of its annual series of doctoral seminars, called 'Doctoral Track', this five-day seminar is an opportunity for doctoral students and junior researchers to follow a balanced training course in the overlapping areas of entrepreneurship, innovation and finance.

The seminars are intended to introduce the participants to the methods, techniques and theories commonly used in their research area. They will also provide an opportunity for young researchers to get in contact with their peers, to explore new avenues of thinking, to learn collectively and to exchange ideas in an active and stimulating way.

The emphasis is on interactive learning and the practical aspects of setting up a research project network. It will provide a practical overview of the research tools and methodologies that are used in the research domains of entrepreneurship, innovation and finance.

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