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Urbino Workshop on Crossborder Innovation - June 6th 2022

pubblicato il giorno 06/05/2022

University of Urbino, Department of Economics Society and Politics, via A.Saffi 42, Urbino, Italy https://goo.gl/maps/fu9R7jvJQnu81YWt5

This workshop is inspired by the very recent publication of the book on “Cross-border Innovation in a Changing World. Players, Places, Policies”  published by Oxford University Press (https://global.oup.com/academic/product/cross-border-innovation-in-a-changing-world-9780198870067?cc=gb&lang=en).

The idea is to highlight key findings of our chapters, discuss new research directions and generate novel ideas at the cross-roads of economics of innovation, international business, international trade and economic geography. Not least, it will be an opportunity to have a meeting with contributors of this book, many of which will convene in person together with other scholars of this field and with policy makers for an open discussion, complying with all the safety measures needed on the way out from the Covid-19 emergency.

The event is organised in collaboration with the Urbino PhD in Global Studies (www.uniurb.it/global-studies). The support given by DESP-University of Urbino, Italy and by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) [016.Veni.195.412/6817] is gratefully acknowledged 

No admission fee is required but registration is needed for attendance both in person and on-line, by sending an e-mail at: phd-global-studies@uniurb.it 

Link for online attendancehttps://bit.ly/WorkshopCrossBorderInnovation


9:30-10:45 Cross-border innovation: Overview of results and research perspectives (Chair: Antonello Zanfei)
Introductory presentationVittoria Scalera (15')
Opening of general discussion: Reinhilde Veugelers (10’)
General discussion (50’): all attendants in person and online

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30 Multinationals and cross-border innovation (Chair: Davide Castellani)
Introductory presentations: Anu Phene (10’) and Marianna Marra (10’)
Opening of general discussion: Ulf Andersson (10’) and Francesco Manaresi (OECD) (10’)
General discussion (50’): all attendants in person and online

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Migrants, innovation hubs and cross-border innovation (Chair: Alessandra Perri)
Introductory presentations: Francesco Lissoni (10’) and Michael Murphree (10’) 
Opening of general discussion: Ram Mudambi (10’) and Max Nathan (UCL, London) (10’)
General discussion (50’): all attendants in person and online

15:30-16:00 Break

16:00-17:30 Policies for cross-border innovation  (Chair: Antonello Zanfei)
Introductory presentations: Jan Fagerberg (10’) and Carlo Pietrobelli (10’)
Opening of general discussion: Patries Boekholt (10’) and  Yann Meniere (EPO) (10’)
General discussion (50’): all attendants in person and online

List of participants to the discussionUlf Andersson (Mälardalen University), Suma Atreye (University of Essex), René Belderbos (KU Leuven), Patries Boekholt (Innovation Policy Matters), John Cantwell (Rutgers University), Davide Castellani (HBS-Reading University), Marco Cucculelli,(Università Politecnica delle Marche),Jan Fagerberg (TIK, Oslo University), Ajai Gaur (Rutgers University), Elisa Giuliani (University of Pisa), Geon Ho Lee (KU Leuven), Francesco Lissoni (GREThA-Université de Bordeaux), Francesco Manaresi (OECD), Marianna Marra (University of Sussex), Ernest Miguelez (GREThA-Université de Bordeaux), Frank McDonald (University of Leeds), Yann Meniere (European Patent Office, EPO), Ram Mudambi (Temple University), Michael Murphree (University of South Carolina), Samuele Murtinu (Utrecht University), Rajneesh Narula (HBS Reading University), Max Nathan (University College London), Maria J.Nieto (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Nick Papageorgiadis (University of Liverpool) , Alessandra Perri (LUISS University), Anu Phene (George Washington University), Carlo Pietrobelli (Roma 3 University), Alicia Rodriguez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Vittoria Scalera (University of Amsterdam), Nicola Searle (Goldsmiths University of London), Reinhilde Veugelers (KU Leuven), Deyun Yin (Harbin  Institute of Technology), Antonello Zanfei (Urbino University)

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