José María Guijarro y Jorge


PhD in Economics, from the University of Valencia (Sobresaliente-Cum Laude), Master in Business Taxation from IE - Madrid, Master in Business Cooperation from IMPIVA - Valencia. Executive Development Program in Creativity and Innovation by IESE - Barcelona.

He is currently the Director of the Postgraduate School of the European University in Valencia. Since 1991 he is a university professor first in the Public University (UV) and then in different Private Universities teaching teaching linked to the management of innovation in the company. He also has a long professional career developed within the framework of the Spanish Innovation System. As a result of his work, in 1999, he published his thesis entitled "Management of Innovation in Industrial Enterprises in the Valencian Community." A cornerstone on which many subsequent works have been developed with the aim of analyzing the relationship between role of the entrepreneur-innovator with the Science-Technology-Company System. Thesis is directed by Prof. Dr. Don Enrique Fatás of the Center for Benavioural and Experimental Social Science (CEBESS) of the University of East Anglia (UEA) of the United Kingdom. As a great connoisseur of the incidence of support policies in the Spanish productive fabric, he is currently part of two working groups to follow up on these policies covered by the National Plan for Research and Development whose ultimate goal is to analyze and evaluate their national and regional impact on the technological and competitive development of research organizations and companies.


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DATASEA 2012-2018