What’s new in the economics of innovation? Theory, empirics and public policy
What’s new in the economics of innovation? Theory, empirics and public policy, international conference, UMR GAEL, December 1-2, 2016, Grenoble – France
–> Call for papers deadline : submission of abstracts until Thursday 30 June 2016
The conference is organized by GAEL, Grenoble Applied Economics Laboratory, which is a joint laboratory of INRA and the University of Grenoble Alpes, CNRS and INP. One of its main research topics is the economics of innovation. GAEL’s researchers use econometrics, experimental economics and industrial economics or game theory to deal with issues related to innovation and develop contributions in specific fields such as the energy or agri-food sectors.
In line with the previous conference, organized by GAEL in Grenoble in 2013, on Product differentiation and innovation on related markets, the main objective of this event is to discuss the most recent scientific contributions in the field of economics of innovation.
This new conference will bring together the economics of innovation research community and invites contributions in a wide range of topics underlying this research field with particular focus on themes such as:
- Scientific, technological and innovation policies,
- Markets for technology,
- Intellectual property,
- Innovation and Energy,
- Innovation networks and R&D collaboration,
- Geography of innovation,
- User innovation and open source,
- Environmental innovation,
- Research funding.
The conference welcomes theoretical as well as applied approaches which highlight policy decisions.