Maria Angela Ferrario, senior research associate at Lancaster University and Zoltán Bajmócy, associate professor at University of Szeged Faculty of Economics Research Centre jointly gave a seminar at Lancaster University on ”digital social innovation, policy making and sustainability” on 31st October 2014.
”Digital Social Innovation, Policy Making and Sustainability” was the title of seminar given jointly by Maria Angela Ferrario, senior research associate at Lancaster University and Zoltán Bajmócy, associate professor at University of Szeged Faculty of Economics Research Centre and founding member of Community-based Research for Sustainability Association (CRS). Their cooperation lies in their joint pursuit of meaningful and mindful research with human values at its core. As part of a seminar series of the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), Maria Angela and Zoltán joined forces to spark a discussion about community-driven digital social innovation, its long-term societal sustainability and the implications for innovation and technology policies. The seminar took place while Zoltan was visiting at the Catalyst research team of Lancaster University School of Computing and Communications.
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