Female Participation in Innovation Activities in Greece: A Statistical and Empirical Approach
In this paper the innovative performance of Greek firms in terms of the women participation in research and technological development will be examined.
||Entrepreneurship, Innovation Activities, Modernization, Competitiveness, Growth, Diversity
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.17-24.
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Yannis Chatzikian studied in Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Athens (Diploma), he took his PhD at the Panteion University (Athens) and the dissertation title is: "Firms and Employees in the context of the Information Society: 1980-1998". Dr Yannis Chatzikian is a Scientific Research Fellow in Department of Business Administration of Technological Educational Institute of Athens – TEI of Athens. He teaches "Strategic Marketing" and "Management". Furthermore, he is R&D Manager and Management Consultant in Virtual Trip Ltd, a software/hardware centric network Greek company, operating in internet and security technologies sector in Greece and in international level. He actively participates in the research project entitled: "Women and Innovation: Determinant factors and obstacles of innovative activity of Greek firms: 2000-2003", co-funded by 75% by the European Union and by 25% by the Greek Government under the framework of the "Education and Initial Vocational Training Program-Archimedes" (3rd CSF) of the Greek Ministry of Education and Culture. He is an author of many scientific papers concerning issues such as the innovation and technology management, R&TD policies, corporate and technology strategies in the knowledge-based and knowledge-driven economies, etc. The title of his most recent paper is "The VoteSecure Secure Internet Voting System".
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