2 edition of Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU found in the catalog.
Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU
by European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs in Brussels
Written in English
|Statement||by Andre Jungmittag.|
|Series||Economic papers / European Commission -- no.199|
|Contributions||European Commission. Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
Technological change is not only a determinant of growth but is also a pivotal factor in international competition and the modernisation of an economy. In one of the most in-depth and detailed studies of its kind, George Korres analyzes the macroeconomic and the microeconomic factors influencing the economics of innovation and the economic. -"Smart specialisation: the concept", Knowledge for growth, prospects for science, technology and innovation, ERA, EUR , Brussels, with and , An important aspect of my work on this topic involves the preparation and development of a 12 weeks EPFL MOOC for executive education on "designing smart specialisation.
Economic and social history of Europe in the later Middle Ages (–) () Primary sources. Cave, Roy C. and Herbert H. Coulson, eds. a Source Book for Medieval Economic History () online; Pollard, Sidney and Colin Holmes, eds. Documents of European Economic History, Volume 1: The Process of Industrialization – (). Smart Specialisation: Diagnosing the potential of regions Martin Eichler, Andrea Wagner BAK Basel Economics AG, Switzerland Smart Specialisation is a new innovation policy concept as part of Europe's growth strategy. Its aim is to support regions in their economic advances. It means identifying the unique characteristics and assets of.
Currently, the EU’s use of the smart specialisation approach is gaining international attention, as is seen countries in other parts of the world registering in the European Commission’s Smart Specialisation Platform.6 Given the economic and spatial proximity, it seems plausible that mutual learning from experiments and experiences in Author: Maximilian Benner. Here is your starter for ten. What do the Uber app and David Ricardo have in common? Ricardo, I hear you ask. Scarcely known outside academic economics, he ranks equal with Adam Smith and Keynes as the greatest ever British economist. His classic Principles of Political Economy was published in He made millions of pounds on the stock market, at a time when a million was a vast amount of.
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Get this from a library. Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU. [Andre Jungmittag; Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs.] -- This paper analyses the effects of innovations, technological specialisation and technology diffusion on economic growth and convergence of the EU countries from to Downloadable.
The paper analyses the effects of innovations, technological specialisation and technology diffusion on economic growth and convergence of the EU countries from to The empirical analysis is based on a panel data model, which enables us to assess the impacts of these three factors as well as of the usual production factors on long-term economic growth, and to calculate.
The paper analyses the effects of innovations, technological specialisation and technology diffusion on economic growth and convergence of the EU countries from to Jungmittag A (a) Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU, in: International Economics and Economic Policy 1, – CrossRef Google Scholar Jungmittag A, Blind K, Grupp H () Innovation, standardisation and the long-term production function-A cointegration analysis for Germany, –Author: Andre Jungmittag.
"Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU," International Economics and Economic Policy, Springer, vol. 1(2), pagesJanuary. Andre Jungmittag, " Innovations, technological specialisation and economic growth in the EU," European Economy - Economic Papers -Directorate General Economic.
Jungmittag, A. Innovations, Technological Specialisation and Economic Growth in the EU. Economic Papers of the European Commission, DG II Economic and Financial Affairs No.
Brussels Google ScholarCited by: 3. Smart Specialisation, Regional Growth and Applications to EU Cohesion Policy 1. Introduction Over the last couple of years the role of smart specialisation has become central to economic development and growth policy-thinking in European circles.
Smart specialisation has been highlighted by the European Commission as a central p illar of theFile Size: KB. Innovations, Technological Specialisation and Economic Growth in the Eu (European economy) by Andre Jungmittag Paperback, 33 Pages, Published by European Commission, Directorate-General For Economic And Financial Affairs ISBNISBN: The Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialization of Sofia (ISSS) is developed mainly in accordance with the: Europe Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, as well as the implementation of thematic objective 1 of Art.
9 of Regulation (RE) / – "Strengthening research, technological development and innovations". Get this from a library. Research and technological innovation: the challenge for a new Europe.
[Alberto Quadrio Curzio; Marco Fortis;] -- Explains the importance of scientific research and technological innovation for industrial countries and in particular for the EU, in order to improve or to maintain economic leadership.
This book. • incremental innovations • radical innovations • technological systems • techno-economic paradigms 4. Innovation is a process of turning opportunity into new ideas and of putting these into widely used practice (Tidd & Bessant,p). Subjects Architecture and Design Arts Asian and Pacific Studies Business and Economics Chemistry Arts Asian and Pacific Studies Business and Economics Chemistry.
Te final section discusses the smart specialisation agenda of the EU, and the paper ends with some brief conclusions. Innovation in economic growth: analytical and empirical issues. The role which knowledge plays in economic growth is not simply a matter of knowledge assets but also a matter of knowledge by: The book provides conceptual and empirical insights into the complex relationship between knowledge flows and regional growth in the EU.
The author critically scrutinizes and enhances the RIS (Regional Innovation System) approach, discussing innovation as a Brand: Springer International Publishing.
This chapter explains and clarifies the nature of smart specialization strategies as a “sector-nonneutral” innovation policy. • It discusses the rationale for specialization in the area of R&D and innovation, and identifies the conditions that would make such a process of specialization “smart”.Cited by: 8.
In the EU, the current elixir of growth is ‘smart specialisation’, which prioritises ‘domains, areas and economic activities where regions or countries have a competitive advantage or have the potential to generate knowledge-driven growth and to bring about the economic transformation needed to tackle the major and most urgent challenges Cited by: 2.
The JRC in Seville (Spain) The JRC site in Seville works closely with sister services of the European Commission to provide socio-economic and techno-economic support for the conception, development, implementation and monitoring of EU ished in with a small group of researchers, today it is the second largest site of the JRC.
“Respecialisation and the deployment of the ICT paradigm: An essay on the present challenges of globalisation”. in Compano et al., The Future of the Information Society in Europe: Contributions to the Debate, Technical Report EUREN, IPTS, Joint Research Centre, Directorate General, European Commission).
Download: Perez Respecialisation in IPTS book, EU Sevilla pdf (kb). involved. This book addresses itself to both components of new and small firm innovation. Many empirical studies have shown the aggregate relationships between entrepreneurship and SME activity and economic growth and job creation.
These growth and job creation effects happen through innovation, as new firm creation and SME growth. Re-specialisation and the deployment of the ICT paradigm 35 regions, in each country and across the world.
Whatever its shape and rhythm, the complete process of diffusion of each new technological constellation and its techno-economic paradigm constitutes a Great Surge of Development. Table 1 The five great surges of development.
Nicholas Crafts, Kevin Hjortshøj O’Rourke, in Handbook of Economic Growth, The Great Specialization The fact that the Industrial Revolution reduced manufacturing costs so substantially during the 19th century, but only in a small portion of the world.
evolutionary economics explains economic growth, wealth creation and economic growth and technological & institutional innovation. Enabling Environments & Economic Growth - synergies of specialisation & scale are secured as lawful individual freedoms discover & accumulate a diversity of specialised survival tricks which generate.• as engines of economic growth and employment, • as breeding grounds for art, culture and creativity and • as the place for innovation and start-ups.
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