21.02.12 ISRN SYMPOSIUM AT THE 2012 AAAS CONFERENCE Members of the Innovation Systems Research Network presented their research on "Searching for the Right Space on Innovation" in Vancouver, February 17th. Click Here for the Prospectus and Presentations.
18.02.10 12TH ANNUAL ISRN CONFERENCE: The 12th and Final Annual ISRN National Conference takes place at the Renaissance Toronto Hotel Downtown from Wednesday, May 5th to Friday, May 7th. Click Here For The Agenda and Registration Information.
The Conference Board of Canada hosted the launch of 21st Century Cities in Canada: The Geography of Innovation, authored by the 2009 CIBC Scholar-in-Residence David A. Wolfe at the Munk Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto last night. In his book, Professor Wolfe examines the social, political, and economic dimensions of Canada’s city-regions, and the way these factors influence urban development and success.
21st Century Cities in Canada: The Geography of Innovation summarizes the key insights and findings of a multi-year national study on urban industrial clusters, led by internationally renowned urban expert David Wolfe, Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. Professor Wolfe’s monograph delineates the innovation dynamic, based on in-depth analysis of the experiences of 15 Canadian cities. 21st Century Cities in Canada explores the ways in which the economic shock of the past year has dramatized the changing nature of Canada's economy, and it looks at the challenges that lie ahead. The monograph also sheds new light on the role of cities as the dominant sites of economic activity—the places where leading-edge innovation generates new ideas, new products, and new industries.
01.05.09 11TH ANNUAL ISRN CONFERENCE: The 11th Annual ISRN National Conference wrapped up today at the Delta Halifax Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Eighty members from across Canada, the U.K., Scandinavia, Europe and the U.S. participated in this April 29, 39 and May 1, 2009 event. Click Here For The Agenda, Student Reimbursement Form, Investigator Reimbursement Form and Participant List
20.02.09 11TH ANNUAL ISRN CONFERENCE: The 11th Annual ISRN National Conference place at the Delta Halifax Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 29, 39 and May 1, 2009. Click Here For The Agenda and Registration Information.
11.11.08 ISRN 11TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Dates for the 11th Annual ISRN Conference have been announced. This national conference takes place at the Delta Halifax in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Wednesday, April 29th through Friday, May 1, 2009, followed by a Members Only event on Saturday, May 2nd. Registration information will be available in early 2009. More...
28.04.08 ISRN 10TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The 2008 10th Annual ISRN Conference takes place at the Hôtel Omni Mont-Royal in Montréal this week. To see Agendas, Presentations and Papers Click Here...
09.04.08 WINNING RESEARCH ACKNOWLEDGED
SSHRC Headlines Today: Going Global in a Regional Economy - Researchers David Wolfe and Meric Gertler study local approaches to international success. How does regional innovation become international success? See the article...
14.03.08 ISRN 10TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The 2008 10th Annual ISRN Conference takes place in Montréal beginning with the Annual Policy Day Meeting on Wednesday, April 30th followed by the ISRN National Meeting on May 1-2 . Registration is now open for Members until March 15th. Guests may register online until April 15. The conference takes place at the Hôtel Omni Mont-Royal. More...
13.04.07 ISRN 9TH ANNUAL MEETING
The 2007 9th Annual ISRN Meeting takes place in Vancouver on Thursday, May 3rd and Friday, May 4th at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver, British Columbia. ONLINE REGISTRATION is open until Wednesday, April 25th. More...
13.04.07 ISRN LAUNCHES NEW SITE
The new ISRN site provides visitors with a comprehensive source of information regarding two major collaborative initiatives and links to a wealth of related resources. The ‘members-only’ link is a tool designed to encourage the cross-communication and resource-sharing needed to successfully conduct a national research project of this scope. Prominent researchers and their student and post-doctoral researchers from across Canada manage 23 research studies for the second (current) MCRI project “The City-Region Initiative”.
The design incorporates a more user-friendly and informative style drawn from the creative input of our members. Special thanks to Sean Willett, champion web designer, and Jen Nelles for the incredible patience required to produce well-designed content and structure. Our thanks also go to our partners at Infrastructure Canada and SSHRC who provided the funding for this new site and support us in many ways.
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