Parallel Session B 8 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Thursday 8 July 2021 – 15:10-17:00 (Italian Time) Parallel Sessions B

Innovation and Evolution

Technological Evolution: Historical and Philosophical PerspectivesChair: Giorgio Triulzi (445)

1. In Search of a Suitable Heuristic for Evolutionary Economics: from Generalized Darwinism to Economic Self Organisation – 272
Author: John Foster

2. A Multisector Model of Induced Technical Change: Results, Applications, and Comparisons with other ITC models – 432
Author: Luis Daniel Torres;Gonzalez ; Jangho Yang

3. Text-Mining Historical Sources to Trace Technological Evolution: The Case of Mass Production – 375
Author: Frédérique Bone ; Daniele Rotolo

4. Studying the Evolution of the Main Paths of Technology Development by Analyzing Patent Information Centrality – 445
Author: Giorgio Triulzi

Technological Evolution: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses – Chair: Manuel Romagnoli (343)

1. Diversity and innovation in economic evolution – 246
Author: Elżbieta Pliś

2. Barriers as moderators in the innovation process – 285
Authors: Diego Moraes ; Nicholas Vonortas ; André Furtado
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3. The Joint Effect of Innovation and Marketing on Industry Evolution: A Generalized NK-Approach – 343
Authors: Manuel Romagnoli ; Koen Frenken

4. Structure and dynamics of regional research landscape – 401
Author: Indira Yarullina

5. The production of technological and scientific knowledge in the development of leading technologies: a quantitative analysis – 444
Author: Krzysztof Szczygielski


Technological Evolution: Specific SectorsChair: Matteo Tubiana (407)

1. Technological evolution of industrial fertilizers: the first convergence between Oil industry and agrifood? – 405
Authors: Luis Orozco ; Arnoldo Pirela

2. The knowledge base evolution: the case of lifestyle research in medicine – 407
Authors: Elena Cefis ; Nicola Cornali ; Matteo Tubiana

3. Co-evolution of regulatory institutions and technology in the internet industry: the role of public policy in technological choices – 426
Authors: Vinícius Manhães ; Miguel Vazquez ; Ana Urraca Paper:

4. Case of cocoa industry in Côte d’Ivoire from 1955 to 2015 using The Multi-Level Perspective and the Triple Embeddedness Framework ; 446
Authors: Nabehi Kamna ; Jeeyeon Choi ; Jae;Hwan Park

5. Blockchain is a Platypus: A new theory of rapid technological evolution – 470
Authors: Jason Potts ; Aaron lane ; Primavera De Filippi
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EmploymentChair: Fabio Montobbio (315)

1. Robustly Redundant Labor Markets – 260
Author: Arthur M. Diamond, Jr.
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2. A Theory of Employment Impact Bonds – 270
Author: Anisa Plepi
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3. Labor-saving technologies and occupational exposure – 315
Authors: Fabio Montobbio ; Jacopo Staccioli ; Maria Enrica Virgillito ; Marco Vivarelli

4. Working from home and the explosion of enduring divides: income, employment and safety risks – 367
Authors: Armanda Cetrulo ; Maria Enrica Virgillito ; Dario Guarascio


AutomationChair: Alina Sorgner (318)

1. Digitalization Impacts on Labor in Different Countries – A New Method with Illustration for Vietnam – 318
Authors: Alina Sorgner ; Frank Fossen ; Francesco Carbonero ; Daniel Samaan ; Ekkehard Ernst

2. Automation and labor market polarization in an evolutionary model with heterogeneous workers – 325
Authors: Bordot Florent ; Lorentz André

3. How digitalization shapes regional labor markets: Evidence from job vacancy data – 449
Authors: Maximilian Goethner ; Martin Kalthaus ; Gandalf Buscher

4. Consequences of Lab Closures: Understanding Worker Mobility, Technological Trajectory and Productivity – 504
Author: Raphael Martins


Institutions and Labour MarketsChair: Corrado Pasquali (383)

1. Oligopsony power in labor market and technology innovation: Evidence from China’s manufacturers – 288
Authors: Jiawu Dai ; Yao Ouyang ; Guanghua Wan

2. Work discipline, control and algorithmic management – 383
Author: Corrado Pasquali

3. Vanishing social classes? Facts and Figures of the Italian Labor market – 421
Authors: Angelica Sbardella ; Maria Enrica Virgillito ; Armanda Cetrulo

4. Wage Formation Regimes and Structural Changes – 457
Author: André Lorentz

Wages – Chair: Tommaso Ciarli (414)

1. Do Innovative Firms Pay Higher Wages? Micro-Level Evidence from Brazil – 243
Author: Antonio Soares Martins Neto

2. For whom the bell tolls: the effects of automation on wage and gender inequality within firms – 326
Authors: Giacomo Domini ; Marco Grazzi ; Daniele Moschella ; Tania Trebich

3. Innovations and Wages and the Evolution of Capitalism – 352
Author: Mariano Alierta
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4. Do Wages Benefit from Productivity Growth? Evidence from UK Firms and Labour Markets – 414
Authors: Tommaso Ciarli ; Mattia Di Ubaldo ; Maria Savona


Innovation and FinanceChair: Marco Quatrosi (466)

1. Financial Innovations for Sustainable Finance: an Exploratory Research – 466
Author: Marco Quatrosi
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2. Financial Governance of Innovation, Strategic Investments and State-Led Investment Function – 418
Author: Olga Mikheeva

3. Advance Financing Innovations and Radical Change economic Development – 387
Author: Iurii Bazhal

4. Transformations of Economy with Financial Market – 296
Authors: Agnieszka Lipieta ; Ilona Ćwięczek

5. The Contingent Signaling Effect of Board Capital on Investor Valuation: Evidence from the Japanese Growth Enterprise Market – 280
Author: Tatsuki Tachibana
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6. Do IPO Firms Keep their Promises? Financial Slack, Post-IPO Innovation Activity, and the Moderating Effect of State Ownership – 278
Authors: Lei Yu ; Masaru Karube ; Daisuke Uchida