Parallel Session E 10 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Saturday 10 July 2021 – 12:10-13:50 (Italian Time) Parallel Session E


ICT and Industry 4.0Chair: Mattia Pedota (305)

1. Technology Adoption and Competence Upgrade in the Wake of Industry 4.0 – 305
Authors: Mattia Pedota; Luca Grilli; Lucia Piscitello

2. ICT’s Wide Web: a System;Level Analysis of ICT’s Industrial Diffusion with Algorithmic Links – 313
Author: Ekaterina Prytkova

3. Measuring Innovation in Emerging Countries with Unsupervised Machine Learning – an Explorative Analysis of the ICT Sector in Mauritius using Web Mining and Topic Modeling – 376
Authors: Moritz Böhmecke; Schwafert; Colin Dörries

4. Health and Technologies 4.0 for Digital Transformation in Mexican Health Sector – 09
Authors: Lorena del Carmen Álvarez; Castañón ; Carlos Villaseñor; Mora ; Marco Antonio Contreras; Cruz

5. Windows of Digital Opportunities across Emerging Economies: a Digital Capability Framework and Deep;Dives on Product, Process and Service Innovation in South Africa – 461
Authors: Guendalina Anzolin ; Antonio Andreoni


Digitalisation and PerformanceChair: Hugo Confraria (351)

1. Exploring the Factors influencing Crowdfunding Projects: an Empirical Analysis of 3D Printing Projects – 310
Authors: Chong Yu ; Koichiro Okamura

2. Do not judge a Business Idea by its Cover: a Machine learning Approach to retrieve the Impact of Innovative and Non-Innovative Business Idea Content on their Incorporation Success – 320
Authors: Jessica Birkholz

3. Emerging 21st Century Technologies: Is Europe Falling Behind? – 351
Authors: Hugo Confraria ; Vitor Hugo Ferreira ; Manuel Mira Godinho

4. Technological Inequality of the Russian High-Tech manufacturing Firms: a Challenge for Digital Transformation? – 364
Author: Vitaliy Roud

5. Benefits of Investing into the Development of Fourth Industrial Revolution Related Technologies – 452
Authors: Markus Trunschke; Bettina Peters


Determinants and Effects of DigitalisationChair: Serenella Caravella (368)

1. Digitization and the Evolution of Money as a Social Technology of Account – 275
Author: Michael Peneder

2. The Digitization of Economic Research: an Investigation into the Applicability of Machine Learning for Literature Analysis – 329
Author: Frank Hofmann Paper:

3. The Early and the Late Birds: Propensity and Speed of Regions to initiate R&D Activities towards E-Mobility – 371
Authors: Patrick Wolf ; Muhamed Kudic ; Tobias Buchmann

4. Digitalization and Industrial Transformation – 381
Authors: Magnus Holmén ; Rögnvaldur Saemundsson

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


Robotics and AutomationChair: Ingrid Ott (481)

1. Robot Adoption at German Plants – 330
Authors: Liuchun Deng ; Verena Plümpe ; Jens Stegmaier

2. Effects of Technological Change and Automation on Industry Structure and (Wage) Inequality: Insights from a Dynamic Task-Based Model – 396
Authors: Herbert Dawid ; Michael Neugart

3. Diffusion of Industrial Robotics and Inclusive Growth: Labour Market Evidence from cross Country Data – 469
Authors: Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu; Qun Bao; Hongjun Xie; Xiaolan

4. Tracing the Evolution of Service Robotics: Insights from a Topic Modeling Approach – 481
Author: Ingrid Ott

5. An Empirical Study of Creative Destruction in Robotics – 484
Authors: Andrew Morriss ; Andrew Torrance


Sectoral patterns of innovation and the evolution of industrial structure (PhD students Scuola Sant’Anna and INET special session)Chair: Julia Mazzei

1. Rails and Innovation: Evidence from China,
Author: Georgios Tsiachtsiras
Paper: LINK

Presentation: LINK

2. How does innovation take place in the mining industry? Understanding the logic behind innovation in a changing context
Author: Beatriz Calzada Olvera

3. Drivers for technology adoption: evidence along the automotive value chain in South Africa
Author: Guendalina Anzolin

4. Exploring labor market transitions in Europe in light of technological change,
Author: Florencia Jaccoud

Book Presentation: How Capitalism Destroyed Itself – Chair: William Kingsto