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.
The FINDER research scope spans industries and job functions, requiring candidates to synthesize complex information and to approach problems nimbly in a manner that can be transferred to both academics and practitioners.
FINDER operates through 5 dedicated research themes, all pivoting around the same theme: Innovative Fintech collaborations.
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The FINDER research team joins forces across a number of leading academic institutions in the EU as well as business life.
The core project team comprises of the 4 PhDs together with a wider team of academics and industry professionals.
A recent publication in Long Range Planning brings to the fore the interesting phenomenon of network regeneration. Often we believe that networks of all sorts, formal, informal, and especially those that are voluntarily maintained, fall apart as an organization gets temporarily hammered by restructuring. Interestingly however, some employees actually become more active instead. Reaching out to others not because they are told to, but because they see this as a manner to cope with the uncertainty – or even opportunity – associated with restructuring.