UEA is a research-intensive university that is internationally renowned for research excellence-placed 63rd in the world for research impact through citations and 165th overall globally. It is a leading member of the Norwich Research Park, one of Europe’s biggest concentrations of researchers and some of its research specialisms include the fields of environment, responses to climate change, investigating competition, regulation and enterprise. UEA is home to the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and has the greatest contribution to the authoritative UN IPCC reports that discuss the climate change science, adaptation and mitigation. Norwich Business School has invested in developing its capacity outside the traditional management remit covering the areas of energy and the environment. This includes finance and risk analysis for energy assets as well as optimisation of business models that can maximise their profitability. Furthermore, UEA is home to Centre for Competition Policy that has developed extensive expertise in energy markets regulation. Most importantly, an issue central to NBS’s contribution is the development of innovation policy that will enhance Europe’s role as a destination for R&D intensive activities develop the collaborative schemes between business, society and government suitable for reflexive and rapid market uptake and diffusion of high-end innovations.
|Name:||Professor Konstantinos Chalvatzis|
|Postal address:||Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ, Norwich, UK|
|Telephone number:||+44 1603 59 7241|