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Manoella Antonieta Ramos Silva
School of Business, Innovation and Sustainability
Manoella is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie early stage researcher (ESR 2) within the LNETN project. In her research, Manoella examines how institutional contexts and policies shape and are shaped by the emergence, legitimation and internationalization processes of life science industries (such as medical technology, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology). This includes, but not limited to, international product launch that is a complex endeavour, in scaling up marketing and sales, expensive and difficult clinical trials, regulatory demands, in gaining access to hospitals and doctors, and financing the complete R&D process.
Manoella's research, as part of the 'Legitimation of New Institutions and Policies' research theme, will contribute to the creation of new knowledge in the area of how new institutions and policies shape and are shaped by innovations and new technologies, how new business-policy relationships are created, emerge and are legitimated in various contexts, and the impact of these processes on the economy and polity.