TMCD Director Xiaolan Fu appointed to Governing Council of UN Technology Bank by UN Secretary General
Diffusion of Innovation in Lower Income Countries Project: New Working Papers Published
Professor Xiaolan Fu Speaks at the World Summit for the Information Society
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Innovation for Development

Technology and management play pivotal roles in the development of nations and lifting countries out of poverty. The Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) aims to promote interdisciplinary research into the development of technology and management in the developing world as well as address some of the most important issues related to technology and management facing public and private policymakers today. (Chinese version

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Upcoming TMCD Events

The Centre runs seminars and conferences throughout the year.

Technology & Industrialisation in Developing Countries Programme

Research projects include:

• Global/Regional Values Chains and Technology Upgrading
• Rural E-services in India
• Mobile Payment Innovations Improve Water Service Delivery in Tanzania
• Role of Management Practices in Closing the Productivity Gap

China Innovation & Entrepreneurship Programme

Research projects include:

• China's Innovation Policies
• International Open Innovation and Collaborative Research
• Valuation of Early Stage Technology
• Technology Transfer and Indigenous Innovation in China
• Highly Skilled Returnees and Knowledge Transfer
• Outward Direct Investment from China
• Role of Internationalisation in Capability-Upgrading in Emerging Economy MNEs
China and the Evolution of Global Manufactured Prices