Parallel Session E 10 July 2021

International Schumpeter Conference
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Saturday 10 July 2021 – 10:10-11:50 (Italian Time) Parallel Session E


PandemicsChair: Beniamino Callegari (355)

1. Long-run Equilibrium in the Context of COVID;19 Pandemic – 295 Authors: Agnieszka Lipieta ; Artur Lipieta

2. Pandemics and development: towards an evolutionary approach – 355
Authors: Beniamino Callegari; Christophe Feder

3. Economic Policies and Health Outcomes under Covid;19: A microsimulation analysis – 384
Author: Erol Taymaz


Effects of IPR on InnovationChair: Elisa Palagi (332)

1. From Knowledge Flow to Technical Signals: Patent Citations as Signals of Technical Interactions – 276
Authors: Guillermo Ruiz;Pava ; Giorgio Triulzi ; Chris L. Magee

2. The role of Inventors Networks and Variety for Breakthrough Inventions. A USPTO Patent Study in Italy from 1972-2011 – 284
Author: Francesco Capone; Niccolo Innocenti; Sergio Petralia and Luciana Lazzeretti Paper:

3. Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation: Results from an Evolutionary Model of the Pharmaceutical Industry – 332
Authors: Elisa Palagi; Giovanni Dosi ; Andrea Roventini ; Emanuele Russo

4. Empirical Calibration of p-values in Patent Analysis – 436
Authors: Stephan Bruns; Martin Kalthaus; Johannes König

Social and Profitability Effects of IPR – Chair:

1. Loans Secured by Patents and their Consequences on Patent Trolling and Innovation – 422
Author: Julien Pénin

2. Beyond Patents: Exploring the Impact and Societal Value of Technology Transfer Offices – 486
Author: Antoine Port

3. Overcoming Inefficiencies of Patent Licensing: a Method to Assess Patent’s Essentiality for Technical Standards – 489
Authors: R Bekkers ; E M Tur ; J Henkel ; T vd Vorst ; M Driesse ; J L Contreras


Evidence from Countries and RegionsChair: Michael Fritsch (399)

1. The Legacy of a Socialist Innovation System: Surprising Insights from a long-term Perspective in East Germany – 399
Authors: Michael Fritsch, Maria Greve

2. The Made in China 2025 Amid Hyper-globalization: Upgrading, Intangible Assets and Internationalization Strategies – 406
Authors: Marilia Bassetti Marcato

3. Does Mission-Oriented Funding Stimulate Private R&D? Evidence from Military R&D for US States – 321
Author: Emanuele Russo

4. Smart Specialisation Strategies in four Central European Countries: Policy Stances, Practice and Likely Impacts – 493
Author: Attila Havas

5. Uneven Firms’ Innovation Persistence: Policy Mix Implications from Uruguay – 502
Authors: Maximiliando Machado; Carlos Bianchi


Public Enhancement of InnovationChair: Andrea Filippetti (473)

1. Quality of Government Programs, heterogeneous finance & ownership: Global empirical evidence of innovative SMEs – 464
Authors: Stephen Kehinde Medase ; Laura Barasa ; Erika Kraemer-Mbula

2. The Political Economy of Public Research, or why some Governments Commit to Research more than Others – 473
Authors: Andrea Filippetti ; Antonio Vezzani

3. Risk Governance in the Implementation of Innovation Policies – 256
Authors: Seweryn Krupnik ; Mercedes Bleda ; Anna Szczucka

4. The Difference Principle and State;led Growth – 303
Author: Lukas Fuchs Paper:


The Governance of AI – II – Chair: Marteen Goos

1. For whom the bell tolls: the effects of automation on wage and gender inequality within firms,
Authors: Giacomo Domini; Marco Grazzi ; Daniele Moschella; Tania Treibich

2. The rise of privatised social and employment protection in the platform economy: evidence from the UK courier sector,
Authors: Steven Rolf; Jacqueline O’Reilly

3. Artificial Intelligence Work and Market Power on Online Labour Markets

Authors: Néstor Duch-Brown; Estrella Gomez-Herrera; Frank Mueller-Langer; Songül Tolan

4. The anatomy of the AI innovating sector in Europe
Authors: Francesco Venturini ; Ioana Igna Paper:

5. Governance of Data Sharing: A Law & Economics Proposal
Authors: Inge Graef; Jens Prufer Paper: