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Conference and events

First International ST&I Policy Forum: “Towards a New Industrial Structure Vision? Issues on Japan’s Industrial Policy”

The International STI Policy Forums bring together researchers and policy makers from across the UK – and beyond – with a shared interest in manufacturing & industrial policy.

Industrial Policy: emerging issues and new trends

Ken Warwick, independent economics consultant and former Director of Economics in the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Proceedings of the Cambridge Academic Design Management Conference (CADMC) 2013

Papers presented at the 2013 Cambridge Academic Design Conference together with video interviews with keynote presenters 


ISBN 978-1-902546-33-9

Proceedings of the Cambridge Academic Design Management Conference (CADMC) 2011

Papers presented at the 2011 Cambridge Academic Design Conference




ISBN 978-1-902546-79-7

A new approach to industrial policy

Professor Patrizio Bianchi, University of Ferrara and Emilia Romagna Regional Government

Industrial and innovation policies in Brazil: recent paths and main challenges

Professor Mario Sergio Salerno, Polytechnic School, University of São Paulo, Brazil

Charles Babbage's New Manufacturing System: The Lectures that Never Happened

Professor Sir Mike Gregory, Head, Institute for Manufacturing

Ha-Joon Chang, Reader in the Political Economy of Development, Faculty of Economics

Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium 2012 Proceedings

Papers presented at the 16th annual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium, September 2012.


ISBN 978-1-902546-30-8

EurOMA 2011

EurOMA conferences have a long standing tradition of critical discussion and drive for quality research in an open and friendly atmosphere. The 2011 conference was held in Cambridge from 3 - 6 July.

Global Health Commercialization and Funding Roundtable

The first Cambridge Global Health Commercialization & Funding Roundtable happened at IfM April 19-20, 2012

Tackling Industrial Complexity: The ideas that make a difference

Manufacturing Complexity Network Conference April 2002.


ISBN 1-902546-24-5
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