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Doctorate in Economics and Innovation Management
The Doctorate Program in Economics and Innovation Management (DEGIN) enables students to develop research in an area of rising influence in contact with research teams from other countries. Students will have access to all national and international networks in which the research groups participating in the Program are involved. As a result, students will have the opportunity to present research advances at international conferences and to publish articles in indexed reviews, together with the possibility to earn the "International Mention" for this PhD Degree.
The PhD Program in Economics and Innovation Management (DEGIN) obtained the Mention to Excellence Award from the Ministry of Education (Decision of the General Secretariat of Universities October 6, 2011) for academic years 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014. With this Mention, the Program becomes an international benchmark.
The main objectives of DEGIN are as follows:
- To train individuals who are able to address and solve problems of scientific and technological nature in the field of economics and innovation management through independent and original research work to expand the knowledge frontier further.
- To train researchers capable of disseminating research results through scientific publications with a recognized review process and impact index.
- To offer society a group of individuals who are able to elaborate, assess and critique new scientific and technological development research proposals in the field of economics and innovation management.
- To train researchers eligible for jobs requiring a PhD Degree as postdoctoral researcher, university professor, researcher at institutes or businesses and other jobs requiring creativity, leadership and management in the area of technology.
- To contribute to raise awareness of the scientific activity as a career and of its ethical implications for society.