FINDER – Cutting Edge Research on Collaborative FinTech Networks

FINDER, a competitive Marie Curie Research and Training Program funded by the European Committee stands for: Fostering Innovation Networks in a Digital Era.

The FINDER program sets out to Foster Innovation Networks in a Digital Era. Appointed Marie Curie FINDER PhD Fellows investigate the innovative collaborative arrangement among organizations as they inclusively explore digital technology for new product or market development.

This project (FINDER) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813095.

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SMS Extension Conference: ‘Behavioral Biases and Corporate Transformation Strategies’

Today marks the beginning of the FINDER Final Conference, as the SMS Extension Conference on ‘Behavioral Biases and Corporate Transformation Strategies’ just started! Hosted by Atos London, we will discuss the intriguing theme of ‘Behavioral Biases and Corporate Transformation Strategies’.…

FINDER working paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference in Seattle

Last week, ESR Jonas Röttger presented joint FINDER research at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Seattle. The presented working paper revolves around organizations’ attempts to manage stakeholder perception by manipulating strategic announcements’ linguistic tone (sometimes referred to as…