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I recently joined Globelics as a result of inspiration from my website designer and manager, ‘Chaos Pilot’ Katja Strøm Cappelen and Bengt-Åke Lundvall of Aalborg University in Denmark. Bengt-Åke is the guru of learning approaches to Innovation, which is the main focus of the Globelics network of researchers. It was my friend and colleague KJ Joseph at CDS India who put me in contact with Lundvall. Both Lundvall and Joseph are on the Board of Globelics.

The Global Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems (Globelics) is a global network of scholars who apply the concept of ‘Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building System’ (Lics) as their analytical framework. The network is especially dedicated to the strengthening of Lics in countries in the South. Its next conference is in Argentina in November 2011.

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