8168 - INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
MM-LS - AFC-LS - CLAPI-LS - CLEFIN-LS - CLELI-LS - DES-LS - CLG-LS - M-LS - IM-LS - ACME-LS - EMIT-LS
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
This is an advanced course in economics and management of innovation and technology. The course encourages the students to take a critical and analytical approach through the reading and discussion of papers at the frontier of this literature.
- Institutions and Long-Run Firm Performance
- Industry vs Firm Effects in Firm Performance
- Firms vs Markets in Innovation
- Firm competencies vs agglomeration economies
- Patents: Yes or No?
- Fragmentation of Intellectual Property Rights
- Profiting from Innovation through Licensing or Vertical Integration
- Globalization and Industrial Concentration Worldwide
- Centralization vs delegation and the innovativeness of the firms
- Monopoly, competition and innovation
Attending students have to present and discuss papers during the regular lectures and they are evaluated on the basis of their class presentations and their participation in the discussion of the other student presentations.
The students not attending the course have to take a written exam at regular exam sessions based on three questions from a list of questions for non-attending students distributed before the end of the course.
Papers made available to the students at the beginning of the course