The following have received RADMA support for their studies.
F. Feranita, Lancaster University, PhD: International R&D alliances and aims at identifying and examining the factors that influence their sustained performance over time (resilience);
Dhruba Borah, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, PhD: India as a global innovation hub: why and how India should improve its national innovation system to facilitate better scope for open innovation;
Junic Kim, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, PhD: Platform business model and strategy;
Dayo Abinusawa, Cambridge University, PhD: How firms use corporate venture capital activities to support the commercialisation of outputs from R&D activities;
Xia Han, Cambridge University, PhD: Dynamics of service innovation systems and company performance;
Ribin Seo, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, PhD: How does the public subsidy for R&D collaboration in SMEs affect performance? The impact of social capital and entrepreneurial orientation on innovation performance.