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Menu Logo Principal Université Grenoble Alpes Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Institut polytechnique de Grenoble GAEL

Colloque, Economics of innovation

What's new in the economics of innovation? Theory, empirics and public policy

December 1-2, 2016 World Trade Center - Grenoble - France

Complete Program here

Thursday 01 December 2016

9:15 am - 10:15 am : Plenary session: Matthieu GLACHANT: Is green innovation specific ?

Matthieu Glachant (MINES ParisTech)

Is Green Innovation Specific_M.Glachant.pdf
pdf - 1.54 MB

Abstracts list :

10:31 am - 12:30 pm : Special Session Innovation in Low carbon technologies

Clément Bonnet (EconomiX, Unviersity of Paris Ouest - Climate Economics Chair)

Measuring Innovation with Patent Data an Application to Low_C. Bonnet.pdf
pdf - 2.07 MB

Georg Zachmann and Robert Kalcik (Bruegel)

An approach to identify the sources of low-carbon growth fo_R. Kalcik.pdf
pdf - 6.21 MB

Abstracts list :

10:31 am - 12:30 pm : Normal Session: New drivers of innovation and public policies

Michael Mödl (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich) is happy to share a current version upon request:

Is Wisdom of the Crowd a Positive Signal_M. Mödl.pdf
pdf - 7.17 kB

Matthijs J. Janssen (Harvard University, Cambridge)

What bangs for your bucks Assessing the design and_M. Janssen.pdf
pdf - 1,000.92 kB

Abstracts list :

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm : Keynote speaker 2: Robin COWAN (Network and Innovation)

Robin Cowan (University of Maastricht & University of Strasbourg) and Nicolas Jonard (University of Luxemburg)

Organization, affect and innovation performance_R.Cowan.pdf
pdf - 1.17 MB

Abstracts list :

3:46 pm - 4:15 pm : Special Session: Economics of Innovation Theory (ANR Revewal)

Nikolay Chernyshev (University of St Andrews)

Inverted-U Relationship between R&D and_N. Chernyshev.pdf
pdf - 658.83 kB

Abstracts list :

3:46 pm - 4:15 pm : Normal Session: Collaborative networks and regional dynamics

Julie Le Gallo (CESAER, AgroSup Dijon) and Anne Plunket (Université de Lorraine, BETA)

Technological gatekeepers, regional inventor networ_A. Plunket.pdf
pdf - 410.40 kB

Abstracts list :

4:31 pm - 6:00 pm : Normal Session: Econometrics of innovation

Antonio Musolesi, Georgios Gioldasisy (DEM, University of Ferrara Italy) and Davide Antonioliz (University of Chieti-Pescara Italy)

A nonparametric shape constrained IV_G. Gioldasis.pdf
pdf - 796.20 kB

Abstracts list :

Friday 02 December 2016

9:01 am - 11:00 am : Special Session: Evaluation of innovation policies / Empirics 1 (ANR Renewal)

Hanna Hottenrotta, Cindy Lopes-Bento and Reinhilde Veugelers (Strategy and Innovation, K.U.Leuven)

Direct and Cross Scheme Effects in a Research and D_C. Lopes-Bento.pdf
pdf - 305.08 kB

Pierre Mohnen and Bart Verspagen (Maastricht University, UNU-MERIT)

Evaluating the Innovation Box Tax Policy Instrument in t_P. Mohnen.pdf
pdf - 356.32 kB

Abstracts list :

9:01 am - 11:00 am : Special Session: Vertical Relationships and Innovation

Emmanuel Petrakis (University of Crete) and Nikolas Tsakas (University of Cyprus)

The Effect of Entry on R&D Networks_E. Petrakis.pdf
pdf - 1.12 MB

Abstracts list :

11:15 am - 12:45 pm : Plenary session: Maryann FELDMAN: Regional Entrepreneurial Pathways and Dominique GUELLEC: Science and innovation policies at the age of digitalisation

Maryann Feldman (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)

Understanding Innovative Regional Economies_M.Feldman.pdf
pdf - 3.22 MB

Dominique Guellec (Science and Technology Policy - OECD)

Science and Innovation Policies at the Digital Age_D.Guellec.pdf
pdf - 750.20 kB

Abstracts list :

1:46 pm - 3:30 pm : Special Session: Evalutation of innovation policies / Empirics 2 (ANR Renewal)

Claire Dujardin, Virginie Louis (IWEPS) and Florian Mayneris (Université catholique de Louvain)

The Walloon competitiveness clusters_C. Dujardin.pdf
pdf - 1.32 MB

Haithem Ben Hassine (France Stratégie) and Claude Mathieu (ERUDITE-UPUC)

Évaluation de la politique des pôles de compétitivité : la fin d’une malédiction ?

Abstracts list :

1:46 pm - 3:30 pm : Normal Session: Technological dynamics

Petros Gkotsis and Antonio Vezzani (European Commission, Seville, Spain)

Technological diffusion as a recombinant process_A. Vezzani.pdf
pdf - 833.10 kB

Abstracts list :