Parallel Session D 10 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Saturday 10 July, 2021 – 8:30-10:10 (Italian Time)

Parallel Session D

Technological Catching-up


Technology Catchup in Industries and SectorsChair: Alessandro Rosiello (277)

1. A Dynamic Comparative Analysis of Innovative Persistence and Technological Catch-up in Semiconductors – 277
Author: Alessandro Rosiello

2. Innovation Systems of Two Industrial Districts in East Asia: Dynamic Transformation from a Peripheral System – 347
Author: Keun Lee

3. Technological Capabilities and Catch-up in Service Innovation – 361
Authors: Sira Maliphol ; Wonsub Eum Paper:

4. The Creative Response and the Catching-up in Pharmaceutical Industry in OECD Members – 501
Authors: Fabian David Martinez Valdes ; Georgina Alenka Guzman Chavez


Technology Catch-up in Geographic AreasChair: Lucrezia Fanti (360)

1. The Architecture of Global Knowledge Production Connecting the Core and the Peripheral – 300
Authors: Xijie Zhang ; Thomas Grebel ; Uwe Cantner

2. Limits of the Industry’s Contribution to Development during the Lula and Rousseff Administrations: a New Version of Peripheral Industrialism? – 447
Authors: Antonio Carlos Diegues

3. Gains from Trade or from Catching-up? Value Creation and Distribution in the Era of China’s WTO Accession – 453
Authors: Xiaodan Yu

4. Endogenous Innovation and Inclusive Catch-Up: Prospects for the 4th Industrial Revolution in Southern Africa – 476
Authors: Ogundiran Soumonni


GeographyChair: Jarno Hoekman (290)

1. Geography of Authorship: Determinants of Authorship in Global Team Science – 290
Authors: Jarno Hoekman ; Bastian Rake

2. The Dark Side of the Geography of Innovation: Relatedness, Complexity, and Regional Inequality in Europe – 294
Authors: Ron Boschma ; Flavio Pinheiro ; Pierre; Alex Balland ; Dominik Hartmann

3. International R&D Teams: Performance Effects of Cultural Distance and the Moderating Role of Technological Complexity and Competency – 302
Author: Daniel Sommer

4. Regional technologies diversification and global R&D network: Be related, but also connected – 263
Authors: Sandro Montresor; Alessandro Palma; Fabrizio Fusillo; Chiara Burlina

5. The Influence of Applicants on the Technological Knowledge Space: an Application on German Regions – 312
Author: Stefano Basilico


Cities, Rural and Industrial AreasChair: Bernardo Caldarola (474)

1. Resilient Cities During Times of Upheaval: An Assessment of Innovation System Orientations – 340
Authors: ChanYuan Wong ; I Kim Wang ; Jeffrey Sheu ; Keun Lee ; Mei;Chih Hu

2. Informal-to-Formal Industrial Agglomeration in Ghana: the Role of Geography, Relatedness and Complexity – 350
Author: Bernardo Caldarola

3. SME innovation and generalized trust as a regional resource – 374
Authors: Thore Soeren Bischoff ; Ann Hipp ; Petrik Runst

4. Co-evolution of Technology Transfer and Absorptive Capacity: Illustrations from Rural Regions – 385
Authors: Deycy Janeth Sanchez Preciado ; Magnus Holmen ; Daniel Djunberg

5. Initial Conditions and Regional Performance in the Aftermath of Disruptive Shocks: The Case of East Germany after Socialism – 397
Authors: Michael Fritsch and Michael Wyrwich


Innovation Systems and Technology TransfersChair: Daniel Weiss (496)

1. A System Dynamics Model of the Heterogeneous Actors’ Behaviour in National Innovation Systems – 423
Authors: Apostolos Vetsikas ; Yeoryios Stamboulis Paper:

2. Gatekeepers of Regional Innovation Systems in Emerging Economies – 427
Authors: Mariane Santos Françoso ; Matheus Leite Campos

3. Knowledge Cross-Fertilization and Regional Innovation ; 434
Authors: Maximilian Goethner ; Martin Kalthaus ; Matthias Menter

4. Leaving No One behind? Toward a Differentiated Regional Institutional Framework for Sustainability of Technology-Driven Structural Change ; 459
Authors: Ben Vermeulen

5. A News Media-Based Innovation Indicator for Technological Innovation Systems ; 496
Authors: Daniel Weiss ; Fabian Nemeczek


Dedicated systems and mission-oriented innovation policies: The quest for normative orientation in the transformation of complex systemsChair: Andreas Pyka (442)

1. Towards a more differentiated take on Transformative Innovation Policy: Problem Structures and Rationales for Policy Action
Author: K. Matthias Weber

2. Government on a mission: The case of the Netherlands

Authors Koen Frenken, Marko Hekkert, & Matthijs Janssen Paper:

3. Appreciating Uncertainty: Laboratories for Co-creating Dedicated Knowledge in Innovation Systems

Authors: Andreas Pyka, Ezgi Ari, Stephanie Lang, Matthias Müller, Michael Schramm, & Michael P. Schlaile

4. Evolution, complementarities, and synergies between science, policy, and practice: The role of boundary infrastructures in Brazilian pig production evolvement

Authors: Jean Vilas-Boas, Laurens Klerkx, & Rico Lie

5. Developing organizational capacity for transformative policy: Insights from a comparative case study

Authors: Matthijs Janssen, Iris Wanzenböck, Lea Fünfschilling, & Dimitrios Pontikakis