International Schumpeter Conference
Details – Parallel Sessions
All parallel sessions will be held online using Cisco WebEx. Each session can be accessed by clicking the active Cisco WebEx link you can find below each session’s title.
Each Cisco WebEx connection will be opened 30 minutes before the start of the corresponding session.
Some technical information:
a) It is possible to share presentations.
b) Should you wish to share your presentation, please convert the corresponding file to PDF.
c) Do not use any animations or videos as this can affect the presentation’s delivery online.
d) Should you use MAC systems, please ensure you install the appropriate Cisco WebEx plugin.
e) Please keep your microphone off during presentations, except when you ask questions. It is highly recommended that you tunr off your webcam when you are not presenting.
For any specific information, contact: issRome2020@luiss.it
Thursday 8 July 2021 – 18:40-20:20 (Italian Time) Parallel Sessions B
Determinants and Outcomes of Science-Industry Collaboration – Chair: Lorenzo Cassi (480)
1. Influential factors on outcomes from Science-Industry collaboration – 349
Author: Indira Yarullina
2. Stability and Change in Academic Engagement: Collaborative PhD Projects in Biomedical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology 1948;2018 – 362
Authors: Maureen McKelvey ; Rognvaldur Saemundsson
3. A Study of Successful Cooperation between University and Industry – 420
Author: Matthias Kapa
4. Do all Roads actually Lead to Rome? University-Industry Collaborations and Academic Patenting in France – 480
Authors: Lorenzo Cassi ; Patrick Llerena ; Antoine Port
Effects of Knowledge Transfers and Academic Spin-offs – Chair: Maximilian Goethner (433)
1. An Offer They Choose to Refuse: Academic Scientists’ Rejection of Industry Jobs as an Example of Failed Knowledge and Technology Transfer – 327
Authors: Lukas Dreier ; Maximilian Goethner
2. Where Do Research Results Go to? Academics’ Awareness of Various Transfer Channels – 412
Author: Matthias Huegel
3. Knowledge Transfer Linkages, Research Quality, and the Early Performance of Academic Spin;Offs – 433
Authors: Maximilian Goethner ; Matthias Menter
4. The Pamper-Effect of Technology Transfer Offices on Academic Spin-Off Creation – 456
Authors: Philip Doerr ; Maximilian Goethner
Determinants and Effects of Researchers’ Quality – Chair: Marco Valente (404)
1. When the Brightest Are Not the Best – 404 Author: Marco Valente
2. Ph.D. Publication Productivity: the Role of Gender and Race in Supervision in South Africa – 416
Authors: Giulia Rossello ; Robin Cowan ; Jacques Mairesse
3. How Does Knowledge Shape the Institutional Framework? A Bibliometric Analysis of Scientific Knowledge in Norms and Laws for Diabetes in Mexico – 468
Author: Jose Miguel Natera
Entrepreneurship’s Characteristics – Chair: Franco Malerba (247)
1. Knowledge Contexts of Entrepreneurship, New Entrants’ Capabilities, and Performance Outcomes – 247
Authors: Aliasghar Bahoo Torodi ; Roberto Fontana ; Franco Malerba
2. Entrepreneurship, Redistribution, and Economic Growth: Evidence from Electoral Reservations in India – 341
Author: Venkat Nadella
3. Entrepreneurial Ecosystem as Complex System: a Multilayer Network Approach – 363
Authors: Nicolás Fuentes ; Jana Schmutzler ; Andrés Vargas
4. Early External Funding Sources and the Social Capital of Nascent Entrepreneurs – 439
Author: Marcos Segantini
5. Employees’ Entrepreneurial Human Capital and Firm Performance – 463
Authors: Pontus Braunerhjelm ; Emma Lappi
Emergence and impact of artificial intelligence – What can neo-Schumpeterian economics contribute to the current discourse? – Chair: Bjorn Jindra (428)
1. Does AI qualify as a GPT? What complementary views can we offer?
Author: Simone Vannuccini
2. AI in science and the direction of AI inventive activity
Authors: Stefano Bianchini Juan Mateos-Garcia
3. Measuring AI adoption and diffusion in the private sector,
Authors: Daniel Hain Björn Jindra Roman Jurowetzki
4. AI and the challenges of valuing and governing data,
Authors: Maria Savona Tommaso Ciarli
5. AI impact upon employment, skills and income,
Authors: Giacomo Damioli Marco Vivarelli
1. Michael Rothgang ; Bernhard Lageman ; Christian Warneck