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Economics of Innovation and New Technology

1995 - 2021

Current editor(s): Professor Cristiano Antonelli

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Volume 30, issue 2, 2021

Patent network analysis in agriculture: a case study of the development and protection of biotechnologies pp. 111-133 Downloads
Vinícius Eduardo Ferrari, José Maria Ferreira Jardim da Silveira and Maria Ester Soares Dal-Poz
Big data of innovation literature at the firm level: a review based on social network and text mining techniques pp. 134-150 Downloads
O. Lerena, F. Barletta, F. Fiorentin, D. Suárez and G. Yoguel
The joint impact of different types of innovation on firm's productivity: evidence from Italy pp. 151-182 Downloads
Luigi Aldieri, Cristian Barra, Concetto Paolo Vinci and Roberto Zotti
A theory of optimum cryptocurrency scope pp. 183-196 Downloads
John Marthinsen and Steven Gordon
Open for growth? Evidence on EU countries and sectors pp. 197-219 Downloads
Giacomo Damioli, Claudia Ghisetti, Daniel Vertesy and Andrea Vezzulli

Volume 30, issue 1, 2021

Artificial intelligence: neither Utopian nor apocalyptic impacts soon pp. 1-23 Downloads
Wim Naudé
R&D financing and growth pp. 24-47 Downloads
Mario Tirelli and Luca Spinesi
The nonlinear effects of firm size on innovation: an empirical investigation pp. 48-65 Downloads
Xin Fang, Noelia R. Paez and Bei Zeng
A two-factor learning model for private sector industrial firms pp. 66-88 Downloads
Thomas O. Boucher
Can innovation shocks determine CO2 emissions (CO2e) in the OECD economies? A new perspective pp. 89-109 Downloads
Manzoor Ahmad, Zeeshan Khan, Zia Ur Rahman, Shoukat Iqbal Khattak and Zia Ullah Khan

Volume 29, issue 8, 2020

Impact of improved maize variety adoption on smallholder farmers’ welfare in Benin pp. 831-846 Downloads
Gbodja Hilaire Houeninvo, Cossi Venant Célestin Quenum and Gbêtondji Melaine Armel Nonvide
Market competition, R&D spillovers, and firms' cost asymmetry pp. 847-865 Downloads
Nana Ishikawa and Takashi Shibata

Volume 29, issue 7, 2020

Latin American development and the role of technology: an introduction pp. 661-669 Downloads
Diana Suarez and Gabriel Yoguel
Conditional factors Pushing catch-up across developed and emerging countries in the nanotechnology sector, 2000–2010 pp. 670-688 Downloads
Alenka Guzman, Flor Brown and Edgar Acatitla
Risks and opportunities for the progress of digitalization in Mexico pp. 689-704 Downloads
Mónica Casalet and Federico Stezano
Back to the future. Is industry 4.0 a new tecno-organizational paradigm? Implications for Latin American countries pp. 705-719 Downloads
Cristian Brixner, Paula Isaak, Silvina Mochi, Maximiliano Ozono, Diana Suárez and Gabriel Yoguel
Technological capabilities accumulation and internationalization strategies of Mexican biotech firms: a multi case study from agro-food & pharma industries pp. 720-739 Downloads
Marcela Amaro Rosales and José Miguel Natera Marín
Choosing sides in the trilemma: international financial cycles and structural change in developing economies pp. 740-761 Downloads
Mario Cimoli, Jose Antonio Ocampo, Gabriel Porcile and Nunzia Saporito
Services as drivers of economic growth. Is there an opportunity for Latin America countries? pp. 762-783 Downloads
Lorenzo Cassini and Veronica Robert
The framework of ‘local productive and innovation systems’ and its influence on STI policy in Brazil pp. 784-798 Downloads
José Eduardo Cassiolato and Helena Maria Martins Lastres
Institutions and industrial policy in Brazil after two decades: have we built the needed institutions? pp. 799-813 Downloads
Wilson Suzigan, Renato Garcia and Paulo Feitosa
The need for new theoretical conceptualizations on National Systems of Innovation, based on the experience of Latin America pp. 814-829 Downloads
Rodrigo Arocena and Judith Sutz

Volume 29, issue 6, 2020

Green technological diversification of European ICT firms: a patent-based analysis pp. 559-581 Downloads
Nicoletta Corrocher and Muge Ozman
Tracking the technological composition of industries with algorithmic patent concordances pp. 582-602 Downloads
Nathan Goldschlag, Travis J. Lybbert and Nikolas Zolas
Innovative growth: the role of market power and negative selection pp. 603-624 Downloads
Hannu Piekkola and Jaana Rahko
Human capital, innovation and productivity in Colombian enterprises: a structural approach using instrumental variables pp. 625-642 Downloads
Simón Ramírez, Juan Gallego and Mery Tamayo Plata
Do social exclusion and remoteness explain the digital divide in Australia? Evidence from a panel data estimation approach pp. 643-659 Downloads
Mohammad Afshar Ali, Khorshed Alam and Brad Taylor

Volume 29, issue 5, 2020

Does the position in the inter-sectoral knowledge space affect the international competitiveness of industries? pp. 441-488 Downloads
Francesco Lamperti, Franco Malerba, Roberto Mavilia and Giorgio Tripodi
Creativity-enhancing technological change in the production of scientific knowledge pp. 489-500 Downloads
Albert Link and John Scott
Is there a profit premium for market-oriented firms? A panel data investigation pp. 501-521 Downloads
Eleonora Bartoloni and Maurizio Baussola
Effects of public funding on firm innovation: transforming or reinforcing a weak innovation pattern? pp. 522-539 Downloads
Felipe Berrutti and Carlos Bianchi
Perpetual growth, the labor share, and robots pp. 540-558 Downloads
Önder Nomaler and Bart Verspagen

Volume 29, issue 4, 2020

Underpricing of venture backed IPOs: a meta-analysis approach pp. 331-348 Downloads
Alessandra Tanda and Giancarlo Manzi
Moore's law and price trends of digital products: the case of smartphones pp. 349-368 Downloads
Juhong Feng and Kam Yu
Who innovates with whom and why? Evidence from international collaboration in energy patenting pp. 369-393 Downloads
Sahar Milani
Innovation and productivity in family firms: evidence from a sample of European firms pp. 394-416 Downloads
Francesco Aiello, Lidia Mannarino and Valeria Pupo
Technological innovation and the demand for labor by firms in expansion and recession pp. 417-440 Downloads
Javier Ortiz and Vicente Salas Fumás

Volume 29, issue 3, 2020

Which skills contribute most to absorptive capacity, innovation and productivity performance? Evidence from the US and Western Europe pp. 223-241 Downloads
Geoff Mason, Ana Rincon-Aznar and Francesco Venturini
Influence of open innovation strategies on employment dynamics: evidence for Spanish manufacturing firms pp. 242-265 Downloads
Ángela Triguero, David Córcoles and Sara Fernández
Heterogeneous agent modelling of technology adoption in competitive agricultural markets pp. 266-286 Downloads
Jason West
How do housing cycles influence listed firms’ R&D investment: evidence from the collateral channel pp. 287-312 Downloads
Zhao Rong and Jinlan Ni
A competitive idea-based growth model pp. 313-330 Downloads
Carla Marchese and Fabio Privileggi

Volume 29, issue 2, 2020

Embracing invention similarity for the measurement of vertically overlapping claims pp. 113-146 Downloads
Charles A. W. deGrazia, Jesse P. Frumkin and Nicholas A. Pairolero
Two-way relationship between innovation and market structure: evidence from Indian high and medium technology firms pp. 147-168 Downloads
Madan Dhanora, Ruchi Sharma and Manu Jose
What drives the capacity to integrate Industry 4.0 technologies? Evidence from European R&D projects pp. 169-183 Downloads
Alessandro Muscio and Andrea Ciffolilli
Founders’ human capital and external knowledge sourcing: Exploring the absorptive capacity of start-up firms pp. 184-205 Downloads
Masatoshi Kato
Does licensing promote innovation? pp. 206-221 Downloads
Stefano Colombo

Volume 29, issue 1, 2020

Corporate venture capital and the nature of innovation pp. 1-30 Downloads
Hannes Maxin
The productivity effect of public R&D in the Netherlands pp. 31-47 Downloads
Luc L. G. Soete, Bart Verspagen and Thomas Ziesemer
Do knowledge-intensive business services innovate differently? pp. 48-65 Downloads
Giulio Cainelli, Valentina De Marchi and Roberto Grandinetti
Public support to innovation: impact on technological efforts in Argentine manufacturing firms pp. 66-88 Downloads
Natalia Petelski, Darío Milesi and Vladimiro Verre
A portrait of U.S. firms that invest in R&D pp. 89-111 Downloads
Lucia Foster, Cheryl Grim and Nikolas Zolas
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