Parallel Session A 8 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Thursday 8 July 2021 – 8:30-10:15 (Italian Time) Parallel Session A

Determinants of AI innovation 1 Chair: Simone Vannuccini (451)


1. Skilled Machines: Technological Convergence and the Emergence of the AI industry – 451
Author: Simone Vannuccini

2. The Determinants of Innovation in Multinational Enterprises during Technological Change: the Case of Artificial Intelligence – 440
Author: Felix Lüders

3. Predicting Firm- Level Adoption of Artificial Intelligence: a Quantitative Analysis Combining Survey and Web Data – 373
Authors: Johannes Dahlke; Mathias Beck ; Jan Kinne ; David Lenz ; Robert Dehghan ; Martin Wörter ; Bernd Ebersberger

4. Knowledge Transfer in Artificial Intelligence. Findings from German Universities and Research Organizations – 356
Authors: Michael Rothgang; Bernhard Lageman; Christian Warnecke


Effects of AI innovation 1Chair: Giacomo Damioli (346)


1. Impact of AI Techniques on Relatedness and Complexity of Corporate Inventions – Evidence from a Matched Pair Analysis of Multinational Enterprises (2011-2019) – 314
Author: Matheus E. Leusin Paper:

2. May the AI Revolution Be Labour-Friendly? Some Micro Evidence from the Supply Side – 346
Authors: Giacomo Damioli ; Vincent van Roy ; Daniel Vertesy ; Marco Vivarelli

3. An Empirical Exploration of the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Increasing Innovation Productivity in Organisations – 369
Author: Edgar Brea


4. Artificial Intelligence and Radical Innovation: An Opportunity for all Companies? – 490
Authors: Nils Grashof ; Alexander Kopka

Effects of AI innovation 2 – Chair: Josh Entsminger (390)

1. Radical Change and Dominant Character of Digital Transformation in Artificial Intelligence Entrepreneurship in less Innovative Economies – 308
Authors: Dr. Rafael Palacios Bustamante;Xochitl Margarita Cruz Pérez-Dra ; María del Pilar Escott

2. Public Value and AI: Mapping Creative and Extractive Dynamics in Public Sector AI Innovation Strategies – 390 Authors: Josh Entsminger ; Rainer Kattel ; Rowan Conway ; Ville Takala ; Mihai Chereji

3. Artificial intelligence, Robots, and Societal Transformation: a Patenting Perspective – 429
Author: Lili Wang

Technology, Science, and Property Rights – Chair: Valeria Bastos (506)


1. Artificial Intelligence and the ‘Rosenberg Effects’ – 339
Authors: Victo Silva; Maria Beatriz Bonacelli; Carlos Américo Pacheco

2. Deep Learning in Science – 437
Authors: Pierre Pelletier; Stefano Bianchini ; Moritz Müller Paper:

3. Artificial Intelligence: Intellectual Property Rights Dilemma – 506
Author: Valeria Bastos

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heoretical Insights; Chair: Katharina Fritz (359)


1. A question of regulation or motivation? Green innovation activities in transition economies; 359
Author: Katharina Friz

2. An agent-based, stock-flow consistent model for Transition Risk – 402
Authors: Florian Botte ; Tommaso Ciarli ; Tim Foxon ; Andrew Jackson ; Tim Jackson ; Marco Valente

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3. A co-evolutionary agent-based approach to analyze new energy technologies: a case study on batteries – 403 Authors: Alexandre Mejdalani ; Michelle Hallack ; Miguel Vazquez

4. An agent-based model for the analysis of co-evolution between technology and institutions in the context of transitions towards low-carbon systems – 475
Authors: Gustavo Onofre Andreão ; José Maria F. J. da Silveira ; Miguel Vazquez

Sectors and Countries 1 – Chair: Anna Novaresio (298)

1. Green innovation patterns in the automotive industry: empirical evidence on green specialisation trends and the role of the systems of innovation from OECD countries – 298
Authors: Novaresio Anna ; Patrucco Pier Paolo ; Geuna Aldo

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2. Regional artificial intelligence and the geography of environmental technologies: Does the digital transformation meet the green transition? – 262
Authors: Gloria Cicerone; Alessandra Faggian ; Sandro Montresor ; Francesco Rentocchini

3. Intersectoral interaction spaces and the exploitation of new business opportunities: the case of marine energy technologies – 338
Authors: Cristina Sousa ; Margarida Fontes ; Juliana Barbosa

4. A Schumpeterian perspective on green new deals: evidence from the electricity sector in Canada – 372
Author: Andrew N. Reed

5. Evolution of capabilities in the energy storage industry through the lens of statistical models for knowledge networks – 410
Author: Ana Coelho

Sectors and Countries 2 – Chair: Francesca Rubiconto (498)

1. CO2 Allowance Price Dynamics and Stock Markets in EU Countries: Empirical Findings and Global CO2 Perspectives – 251
Authors: Paul JJ Welfens ; Kaan Celebi

2. DEA-based endogenous cap adjustment for the EU Emissions Trading System – 322
Authors: Prof. Thomas Grebel ; Rohidul Islam

3. Features of ecosystems for sustainable transformation and a role of disruptive inclusive innovation: Insights from emerging business in Asia – 370
Authors: Michiko Iizuka; Gerald Hane

4. The potential of technological progress for international sustainability transitions: A spatially disaggregated analysis across world regions – 478
Author: Marcus Wagner
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5. Is environmentally friendly innovation the key to the dual economic and sustainability challenge in the Italian economy?
Author: Francesca Rubiconto

Sustainability and Circular Economy – Chair: Nicolò Barbieri (460)

1. Circular by Necessity; the Circular Economy, Competition, and Economic Development in Africa and beyond – 337
Author: Maj Munch Andersen

2. Countries’ research priorities in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals – 379
Authors: Hugo Confraria; Ed Noyons; Tommaso Ciarli

3. What do we teach managers for sustainable innovation? – 393
Authors: Maike Becker; Kristina Bogner; Bernd Ebersberger; Sara Ljesic

4. Facilitating Data-Driven Innovation to Address Sustainability Challenges: Analysis of Data Governance in Smart Cities – 394
Author: Masaru Yarime

5. Green technologies, interdependencies and policy – 460
Authors: Nicolò Barbieri; Alberto Marzucchi; Ugo Rizzo