Course Features

Language English
Hours 12
Type Asynchronous lessons


This course provides an introduction to the analysis of innovation processes, and their economic and policy determinants and implications. Participants will be provided with the basic notions of innovation studies. In parallel, a focus on communication strategies and practices commonly adopted by organizations and institutions involved in the making of the innovation will be developed.
Participants are expected to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge to promote and support innovation and technology transfer processes in different organizational contexts.


Lorenzo Beltrame is a Professor at the Department of Sociology and Social Research of Trento University, where he teaches Sociology of Innovation and Sociology of Globalization.
Previously he was a Research Fellow at Egenis – The Centre for the Study of Life Sciences, University of Exeter (UK).