Parallel Session C’ 9 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Friday 9 July, 2021 – 8:30-10:30 (Italian Time) Parallel Session C


Sources of Innovation: R&D, Patents Trust, AuthorshipChair: Ke Xing (253)

1. Research on the diversity of cross-border regional innovation ecosystems —Evidence from China Myanma Economic Corridor – 253
Authors: Ke Xing ; Ge Jimin

2. “With no siblings, but with home”: single patent-class inventions (SPIs) and regional technological diversification in Europe – 261
Authors: Claudio Cozza ; Sandro Montresor ; Ilaria Landin ; Alessandro Palma ; Gianluca Tarasconi

3. The Early Development of New Establishments: an Evaluation of the Role of Spatial Selection and Agglomeration – 307
Author: Javier Changoluisa

4. Assessing the importance of proximity dimensions for the diffusion of radical innovations in German biotechnology – 281
Author: Mariia Shkolnykova

5. Offshore wind energy trends in Germany ; A historical policy comparison to Denmark – 435
Author: Armağan Canan


Private Enhancement of InnovationChair: Stefano Bianchini (487)

1. Agility and the new mission orientation – Limitations of established perspectives and the need for an evolutionary theory of innovation policy – 287
Author: Carsten Schwäbe

2. Industrial engagement of teams: Penalized or rewarded in grant evaluation process? – 483
Authors: Sıla Öcalan;Özel ; Patrick Llerena

3. Gender Bias in Grant Peer Review: Evidence from the EUROCORES Scheme – 487
Authors: Stefano Bianchini; Patrick Llerena ; Sıla Öcalan;Özel ; Emre Özel


Entrepreneurship, Markets and InstitutionsChair: Michael Fritsch (377)

1. The Process of Building Innovation Capabilities: Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in Brazil
Authors: Nathália Pufal ; Paulo Zawislak ; Nicholas Vonortas

Paper: LINK


2. Conflict, Inflation and Distribution: an Agent-Based Model Approach
b>Authors: João Santoro ; Esther Dweck

3. Control Freaks or Good Fathers: Revealing Entrepreneurial Motivations through Managerial Strategies
Authors: Francesco Ferrante


CompetitionChair: Michael Wyrwich ( 380)

1. Trade in Innovation Services and Firm Innovation
Authors: Bastian Krieger ; Fabian Trottner
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Presentation: LINK

2. Social Transformation in Competitive Environment – Neo;Schumpeterian Neo-Schumpeterian Approach
Author: Beata Cialowicz

3. The Technological Regime and Barriers to Entry
Author: Sung Hoon Lee

4. Innovation and Competition: Evidence from European Micro Firms
Author: Luca Farè

5. Is Cooperation Behavior Imprinted in New Ventures? A Context-Sensitive Perspective on the Cooperation-Inhibiting Legacy of Authoritarian Regimes
Authors: Michael Wyrwich ; Pedro de Faria ; Florian Noseleit ; Philip J. Steinberg


Innovation and Growth: A Theoretical ApproachChair: Johan Karlsson (268)

1. Secular Stagnation and Innovation Dynamics: An Agent-based SFC Model. Part II – 249
Author: Andrea Borsato

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Presentation: LINK

2. R&D-based Economic Growth in a Supermultiplier Model – 264
Authors: Danilo Spinola ; Önder Nomaler ; Bart Verspagen

3. Growth and Inequality in a Unified Schumpeter Mark 1 + 2 Model – 274
Author: Patrick Mellacher

4. Competences, product innovation, growth and employment: SIMECO2, an SFC macroeconomic agent based model – 358
Authors: Ballot Gérard ; Huynh Than Thuan


Innovation and Growth: an Empirical ApproachChair: Federico Riccio (324)

1. Resource-Constrained Innovations: Three Main Processes in Developing Countries – 265
Author: Semaan Marleine

2. Industrial Robots, Productivity, and Income: A Euro Area Regional Analysis of Inclusive Growth – 301
Author: Andrea Gentili

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Presentation: LINK

3. Digital Skill and Productivity Performances: a Comparison across EU Regions – 368
Author: Serenella Caravella

4. Technological Novelty and Productivity Growth: a Cliometric Approach – 388
Authors: Marianna Epicoco ; Magali Jaoul;Grammare ; Anne Plunket

5. Technology, Diversification and Demand: Understanding the link between Structure of Trade-Sustained Growth – 324
Author: Federico Riccio


Innovation and Pharma IndustriesChair: Luigi Marengo (353)

1. The Internationalization of Large Brazilian Pharmaceutical Companies: Competitive Advantages and Strategies – 333
Authors: Fernanda Steiner Perin ; Julia Paranhos

2. Big Pharma and Monopoly Capitalism: Appropriation, Rentification, Distribution
Authors: Giovanni Dosi ; Luigi Marengo ; Jacopo Staccioli ; Maria Enrica Virgillito

3. Innovation in the health field: the main elements of diffusion of Tetehealth in Rio Grand do Sul / Brazil – 448
Authors: Janaina Ruffoni ; Juliana Nascimento

4. Positioning Translational Research in the Biomedical Ecosystem: From Basic Research to Biomedical Entrepreneurship – 465
Authors: Sang;Min Park ; Nicholas S. Vonorta