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Volume 31, issue 5, 2022

To what extent patents for Covid-19 mRNA vaccines are based on public research and taxpayers’ funding? A case study on the privatization of knowledge (For Billion-Dollar COVID Vaccines, Basic Government-Funded Science Laid the Groundwork) pp. 1137-1151 Downloads
Massimo Florio
Industrial R&D and national innovation policy: an institutional reappraisal of the US national innovation system (Public policy to promote entrepreneurship: a call to arms) pp. 1152-1176 Downloads
Ibrahim A Shaikh and Krithika Randhawa
Functional diversification and exaptation: the emergence of new drug uses in the pharma industry (What is not a real option: considering boundaries for the application of real options to business strategy) pp. 1177-1201 Downloads
Pierpaolo Andriani and Gino Cattani
Subsidies for innovative start-ups and firm entry (The effects of entry on incumbent innovation and productivity) pp. 1202-1222 Downloads
Antonio Accetturo
Sectoral patterns of collaborative tie formation: investigating geographic, cognitive, and technological dimensions (Endogenous effects and cluster transition: a conceptual framework for cluster policy) pp. 1223-1258 Downloads
Erlend Osland Simensen and Milad Abbasiharofteh
Innovating in knowledge-intensive entrepreneurial firms: exploring the effects of a variety of internal and external knowledge sources on goods and service innovations (Advancing knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship and innovation for economic growth and social well-being in Europe) pp. 1259-1284 Downloads
Ethan Gifford, Daniel Ljungberg and Maureen McKelvey
Knowledge generation and diffusion in the German wind energy industry (Bundesländer-Übersicht zu Erneuerbaren Energien) pp. 1285-1306 Downloads
Martin Heidenreich and Jannika Mattes
Trade-offs between external knowledge sources for firm innovation in a developing country (A comparative analysis of the innovation performance between foreign subsidiaries and owned domestic firms in Colombian manufacturing sector) pp. 1307-1327 Downloads
Alejandro Bello-Pintado, Carlos Bianchi and Pablo Blanchard

Volume 31, issue 4, 2022

Profitability and drug discovery pp. 891-904 Downloads
Enes Işık and Özgür Orhangazi
The role of institutions in the early entrepreneurial process pp. 905-933 Downloads
Christian Bjørnskov, Nicolai J Foss and Tianjiao Xu
The resilience of the British and European goods industry: Challenge of Brexit pp. 934-954 Downloads
Moshfique Uddin, Anup Chowdhury and Geoffrey Wood
Information and communication technologies and firms’ export performance pp. 955-979 Downloads
Dolores Añón Higón and Daniel Bonvin
Diffusion delay centrality: decelerating diffusion processes across networks pp. 980-1003 Downloads
Valerio Leone Sciabolazza and Luca Riccetti
A longitudinal analysis of Italian manufacturing companies’ labor productivity in the period 2004–2013 pp. 1004-1030 Downloads
Alessandro Zeli, Matilde Bini and Leopoldo Nascia
On the basis of brain: neural-network-inspired changes in general-purpose chips pp. 1031-1055 Downloads
Ekaterina Prytkova and Simone Vannuccini
The effect of technology and regulation on the co-evolution of product and industry architecture pp. 1056-1085 Downloads
Nicholas Burton and Peter Galvin
Submarket emergence, customer base expansion and strategic entry timing in the evolution of the German farm tractor industry pp. 1086-1112 Downloads
Guido Buenstorf, Christina Guenther and Sebastian Wilfling
Patent protection and foreign R&D investment location choices: inventor mobility and policy convergence pp. 1113-1136 Downloads
Jinhyuck (Joseph) Park and Rene Belderbos

Volume 31, issue 3, 2022

The economic system question revisited (The problem of market bias in modern capitalist economies) pp. 591-609 Downloads
Richard R Nelson
Impact of sourcing from the informal economy on the export likelihood and performance of emerging economy firms (Navigating China’s feudal governance structures: some guidelines for foreign enterprises) pp. 610-627 Downloads
Octavio Escobar, Olivier Lamotte, Ana Colovic and Pierre-Xavier Meschi
Corporate governance and R&D investment: the role of debt financing (Corporate governance and financing decisions of Ghanaian listed firms) pp. 628-653 Downloads
Hussain Muhammad, Stefania Migliori and Sana Mohsni
Off the beaten path: what drives scientists’ entry into new fields? (Collaboration, Stars, and the Changing Organization of Science: Evidence from Evolutionary Biology (Working Paper No. 19653)) pp. 654-680 Downloads
Stijn Kelchtermans, Daniel Neicu and Reinhilde Veugelers
Influence of genetic factors and institutional environment on entrepreneurial activity: evidence from a twin study in Italy (Genetics and organizational behavior) pp. 681-714 Downloads
Diego Zunino
The long-term economic effects of pandemics: toward an evolutionary approach (Epidemics and trust: the case of the Spanish flu) pp. 715-735 Downloads
Beniamino Callegari and Christophe Feder
Personality characteristics and the decision to hire (Do the unemployed become successful entrepreneurs?) pp. 736-761 Downloads
Marco Caliendo, Frank Fossen and Alexander Kritikos
Internationalization, value-chain configuration, and the adoption of additive manufacturing technologies (On vertical relations and the timing of technology adoption) pp. 762-782 Downloads
Giovanna Magnani, Stefano Denicolai and Bent Petersen
Reallocation and productivity during the Great Recession: evidence from French manufacturing firms (Turbulence, firm decentralization, and growth in bad times) pp. 783-810 Downloads
Giacomo Domini and Daniele Moschella
Patterns of integration in global value chains and the changing structure of employment in Europe (The effects of technology and offshoring on changes in employment and task-content of occupations) pp. 811-837 Downloads
Filippo Bontadini, Rinaldo Evangelista, Valentina Meliciani and Maria Savona
Patent- and trademark-seeking outward foreign direct investment by Chinese firms: The role of business group affiliation (Institutional analysis and the determinants of Chinese FDI) pp. 838-862 Downloads
Xinwei Shi, Christopher Williams, Dylan Sutherland and Ke Rong
Mapping technological trajectories as the main paths of knowledge flow: Evidence from printers (Patterns of industrial innovation) pp. 863-889 Downloads
Shih-Chang Hung, Jiun-Yan Lai and John S Liu

Volume 31, issue 2, 2022

How automation and skill gaps fail to explain wage suppression or wage inequality (Are the Job Prospects of Recent College Graduates Improving?) pp. 269-280 Downloads
Lawrence Mishel
Fiscal resiliency in a deeply uncertain world: The role of semiautonomous discretion (Revisiting the Federal Budget Outlook) pp. 281-300 Downloads
Peter R Orszag, Robert E Rubin and Joseph Stiglitz
Specialize or diversify? And in What? Trade composition, quality of specialization, and persistent growth (Catching up, forging ahead, and falling behind) pp. 301-337 Downloads
Giovanni Dosi, Federico Riccio and Maria Enrica Virgillito
Firm innovation in Africa and Latin America: Heterogeneity and country context (Technological and non-technological innovation and productivity in services vis a vis manufacturing in Uruguay) pp. 338-357 Downloads
Eva Paus, Michael Robinson and Fiona Tregenna
Assessing the Economic Impact of Lockdowns in Italy: A Computational Input–Output Approach (Nonlinear Production Networks with an Application to the Covid-19 Crisis) pp. 358-409 Downloads
Severin Reissl, Alessandro Caiani, Francesco Lamperti, Mattia Guerini, Fabio Vanni, Giorgio Fagiolo, Tommaso Ferraresi, Leonardo Ghezzi, Mauro Napoletano and Andrea Roventini
Agent-Based Covid economics (ABC): Assessing non-pharmaceutical interventions and macro-stabilization policies (Optimal Targeted Lockdowns in a Multi-Group SIR Model) pp. 410-447 Downloads
Domenico Delli Gatti and Severin Reissl
Kindleberger in retrospect: the Federal Reserve’s dollar swap lines and international lender of last resort rules (Selective swap arrangements and the global financial crisis: analysis and interpretation) pp. 448-463 Downloads
Emmanuel Carré and Laurent Le Maux
Being small at the right moment: Path dependence after a shift in the technological regime (What Happened to U.S. Business Dynamism? Working Paper 25756) pp. 464-499 Downloads
Jasper Hepp
The effect of labor market institutions and macroeconomic variables on aggregate unemployment in 1990–2019: Evidence from 22 European countries (The effect of government size on the unemployment rate) pp. 500-551 Downloads
Gaetano Perone
Nonlinearities and expenditure multipliers in the Eurozone (Tales of fiscal adjustment) pp. 552-575 Downloads
Andrea Boitani, Salvatore Perdichizzi and Chiara Punzo
Reconsidering macroeconomic policy prescriptions with meta-analysis (Statistical nonsignificance in empirical economics) pp. 576-590 Downloads
Sebastian Gechert

Volume 31, issue 1, 2022

Economic impact of public R&D: an international perspective (The governance and performance of universities: evidence from Europe and the US) pp. 1-18 Downloads
Luc Soete, Bart Verspagen and Thomas Ziesemer
The EU vs US corporate R&D intensity gap: investigating key sectors and firms (A primer on innovation and growth) pp. 19-38 Downloads
Pietro Moncada-Paternò-Castello and Nicola Grassano
Within-firm inequality in workdays and labor productivity: evidence from linked employer–employee Italian data (Beyond Becker: training in imperfect labour markets) pp. 39-61 Downloads
Francesco Bloise, Valeria Cirillo, Michele Raitano and Andrea Ricci
Knowledge exchange under asymmetric information in emerging economies: impact of signals from Indian universities (Scientific teams and institutional collaborations: evidence from U.S. universities, 1981–1999) pp. 62-88 Downloads
Amit Ray and Abhijit Sengupta
Testing predictions on supplier governance from the global value chains literature (Using hostages to support exchange: dependence balancing and partial equity stakes in Japanese automotive supply relationships) pp. 89-111 Downloads
Johannes Van Biesebroeck and Alexander Schmitt
Patenting in 4IR technologies and firm performance (Robots and jobs: evidence from US labor markets) pp. 112-136 Downloads
Mario Benassi, Elena Grinza, Francesco Rentocchini and Laura Rondi
Research, innovation, and bankruptcy: evidence from European manufacturing firms (Who benefits from longer lending relationships? An analysis on European SMEs’ riskiness) pp. 137-160 Downloads
Mariarosaria Agostino, Domenico Scalera, Marianna Succurro and Francesco Trivieri
The birth and development of the Italian automotive industry (1894–2015) and the Turin car cluster (Istruzione tecnica e professionale e progresso industriale dalla fine dell’Ottocento al fascismo) pp. 161-185 Downloads
Aldo Enrietti, Aldo Geuna, Consuelo Nava and Pier Paolo Patrucco
Effects of the award of public service contracts on the performance and payroll of winning firms (Women, war and wages: the effect of female labor supply on the wage structure at midcentury) pp. 186-214 Downloads
Diego Ravenda, Maika Melina Valencia-Silva, Josep Maria Argiles-Bosch and Josep García-Blandón
Business groups, institutions, and firm performance (Value chains and the great recession: evidence from Italian and German firms) pp. 215-233 Downloads
Giulio Cainelli, Roberto Ganau and Anna Giunta
External financing of innovative small and medium enterprises (SMEs): unpacking bank credit with respect to innovation typologies and combinations (Financial dependence and innovation: the case of public versus private firms) pp. 234-267 Downloads
Tullio Gregori, Sandro Montresor and Stefania Ps Rossi
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