ITA  ► HOME - Eventi - International conferences
| FACOLTA' DI ECONOMIA | ITA ENG      CERCA
 
 
 Strutture
  Presentazione
  Dove siamo
  Direttore
 Staff
  Docenti
  Assegnisti
 Varie
  News
  Bandi
 Post Lauream
  Master MEP - MES
  Dottorati
 Corsi di Formazione
  CAPEP - Gestione dei sistemi pensionistici
  CAPES - Gestione dei servizi sanitari
 
 
  International conferences

SAPIENZA UNIVERSITÀ DI ROMA, Dipartimento di Economia e Diritto

UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI URBINO “CARLO BO”, Dipartimento di Economia, Società, Politica

LUISS UNIVERSITÀ “GUIDO CARLI”, ROMA

 SCUOLA SUPERIORE SANT’ANNA, PISA, Institute of Economics

UNIVERSITÀ CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE, MILANO, Istituto di Politica Economica

UNIVERSITÀ ROMA TRE, Dipartimento di Economia

in cooperation with

ACCADEMIA  NAZIONALE  DEI  LINCEI

centro linceo interdisciplinare «beniamino segre»

                                                                                                              

Workshop

Explaining Economic Change

Wednesday 12 November 2014

Sapienza Università di Roma, Facoltà di Economia,

Dipartimento di Economia e Diritto, Viale del Castro Laurenziano 9, Roma

 

The Workshop follows up on the Conference “Economic Change and Evolution”organised at the Accademia dei Lincei on 10-11 November, and presents conceptual and empirical investigations – mostly by younger scholars - on the process of economic change. It aims to open up a dialogue between different approaches and themes, including macroeconomic and microeconomic perspectives, evolutionary approaches, investigations on structural change, studies on institutions and policies.

Senior scholars will deliver keynote lectures, chair sessions and discuss the presentations. Full papers have to be submitted by 20 October 2014 and will be available on the conference website. Participants will have to register for the conference by 30 October 2014, following the indications provided in the website. Registration is free.

 

Organising Committee

Giovanni Dosi, Maurizio Franzini, Anna Giunta, Luigi Marengo, Mario Pianta, Marco Vivarelli, Antonello Zanfei

Information and contacts

Valeria Cirillo and Dario Guarascio, explainingchange@gmail.com

Conference website

http://www.dipecodir.it/index.php?page=108&idmenu=108
    

                                                             Practical Information    Registration Form
   

Programme

 

9.00-9.30 Opening

Sala del Consiglio, Palazzina della Presidenza, 2nd floor (Building on the right of the main entrance)

 

Silvia Fedeli

Director of the Dipartimento di Economia e Diritto, Sapienza University of Rome

Tito Orlandi,

Director of the Centro Linceo Interdisciplinare “Beniamino Segre”, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei

 

9.30-11.30 Plenary Session

Explaining change in economies and firms

 

Chair

Richard Nelson, Columbia University

Keynote lectures

Michael Landesmann, WIIW Vienna, Change in economies

Uwe Cantner, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Change in firms and markets

Paul David, Stanford University and unu-Merit, Maastricht, Economic change in the history of US growth

 

Discussion

 

The Workshop proceeds with parallel sessions organised on four themes

 

Theme 1 : EVOLUTIONARY CHANGE

Sala del Consiglio, Palazzina della Presidenza, 2nd floor (Building on the right of the main entrance)

Theme 2: MACROECONOMIC CHANGE

Aula Steve, 5th floor

Theme 3: STRUCTURAL CHANGE

Aula Marrama, 6th floor

Theme 4: CHANGE IN FIRMS

Aula del Consiglio di Dipartimento, 6th floor

 

11.45-13.30 Session 1

 

Session 1.1 Evolutionary Models

Chairs and discussants: U. Cantner, G. Dosi, Sala del Consiglio, Palazzina della Presidenza, 2nd floor

 

P. Saviotti, A. Pyka, Université de Nice, INRA-GAEL

On the Coevolution of Innovation and Demand: Does Demand Saturate?

F. Villafranca, I. Almudi, University of Zaragoza

A Formal Discussion of the Sarewitz-Nelson Rules

S. Vannuccini, U. Cantner, F. Schiller University, Jena

Modeling Acquired Purpose: Industries Linked Payoffs, Innovation Inducements And the Emergence of General Purpose Technology

M. Jadack, A. Pyka, Hohenheim University

Competition in the German Market for Retail Energy: An Agent Based Simulation

 

Session 2.1 Variety of capitalism

Chairs and discussants: C. Antonelli, F. Bogliacino,  Aula Steve 5th floor

 

R. Pavelchievici, Université de Nice

Changes in the US Financial Capitalism: Reembedding Money and Finance Into The Social Fabric?

S. Le Chevalier, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris)

Liberalization, Increasing Corporate Diversity, and Rising Inequalities The Great Transformation of Japanese Capitalism

G. Capone, R. Boschma, IUSS Pavia and LUND University

Institutions and the Direction of Industrial Diversification: an evolutionary approach to variety of capitalism

A. Simonazzi, Sapienza University of Rome

Bubbles as An Engine for Growth?

 

Session 3.1 Labour, skills and wages

Chairs and discussants: M. Pianta, M. Vivarelli, Aula Marrama 6th floor

 

G. Marin, F. Vona, D. Consoli, F. Rentocchini,   CERIS (CNR), Science Po, Ingenio (Spain), Skema (France) 

That Was Then, This is Now: Skills and Routinization in the 2000s

V. Cirillo, Sapienza University of Rome

Innovation and Skills

D. Antonioli, P. Pini, R. Antonietti, University of Ferrara and University of Padova

Flexible pay Systems and Labour Productivity:  Evidence from Emilia-Romagna Manufacturing Firms

A. Heimisch, O. Falck, S.  Wiederhold, IFO, Germany

Does Exposure to the Internet Trigger ICT Skills? Evidence from PIAAC

 

Session 4.1 Micro studies on firms performance

Chairs and discussant: A. Giunta, L. Marengo,  Aula del Consiglio di Dipartimento 6th floor

 

Bianchini, G. Pellegrino, F. Tamagni, Scuola Superiore S. Anna and BETA

Innovation Strategies and Firm Growth: New Longitudinal Evidence from Spanish Firms

L. Nascia, F. Bogliacino, M. Lucchese, M. Pianta, Istat, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, University of Urbino

The Virtuous Circle of Innovation in Italian Firms  

M. Virgillito, G. Dosi, M. Pereira,  Scuola Superiore S. Anna

The ubiquitous fat tail distribution of firm growth rates.The birthmark of evolutionary processes of learning and selection

R. Gallo, G. Barbaresco, D. Mauriello, Sapienza Univ. of Rome, Mediobanca Res. Dept. and Unioncamere

Main Changes in The Growth Process of The Italian Industrial System

 

13.30-14.45 Lunch break

 

14.45-16.45 Session 2

 

Session 1.2 Evolution and Institutions

Chairs and discussants: M. Franzini, L. Marengo, Sala del Consiglio, Palazzina della Presidenza, 2nd floor

 

J. Silverberg, UNU-Merit, IIASA

Global, Endogenous, Unique, Evolutionary: Sleuthing the Industrial Revolution

P. Pelikan, Prague University of Economics

Towards a Conceptually Precise and Logically Consistent Synthesis of  Evolutionary and Institutional Economics for Safe Policy Applications

P. Ramazzotti, University of Macerata

Economic Theory and Purposive Economic Change in an Evolutionary Environment

P. Michaelides, K. Konstantakis, National Technical University of Athens

R&D Expenses and Business Cycles in The US Sectoral Economy: A Schumpeter Inspired Approach (1957-2006)

A. Fusari

An explanation of economic change and evolution

 

Session 2.2 Macro-models

Chairs and discussants: G. Dosi, M. Landesmann, Aula Steve, 5th floor

 

A. Roventini, G. Fagiolo, T. Ferraresi, University of Verona, Scuola Superiore S. Anna and IRPET

Fiscal Policies and Credit Regimes: a TVAR approach

R. Martino, University of Pisa

Convergence and growth. Labour productivity dynamics in the European Union

M. Tancioni, E. Beqiraj,  Sapienza University of Rome

Labor Market Targeted Policies in the Eurozone Periphery

I. Almudi, F. Villafranca, G. Jarne, J. Sanchez, University of Zaragoza

Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy Within a Simple Dynamic Model

 

Session 3.2 Structural change and services

Chairs and discussants: L. Orsenigo, M. Vivarelli,  Aula Marrama, 6th floor

 

L. Romano, F. Traù , Centro Studi Confindustria, Italy

The Nature of Industrial Development and the Speed of Structural Change

D. Palma, D. Ciriaci, S. Montresor,  ENEA, EU Commission and University of Bologna

Do KIBS Make Manufacturing More Innovative? An Empirical Investigation for Four European Countries

M. Savona, V. Meliciani, J. Gonzalez, Sussex University, University of Teramo and OECD

When Linder meets Hirschman: Inter-industry Linkages and Global Value Chains in businnes services

R. Evangelista, V. Meliciani, M. Lucchese,  University of Camerino, University of Teramo and ISTAT

Manufacturing Exports and the Impact on Businness Services

A. Vaona, A. Tescari,  University of Verona

Gender Employment Disparities, Financialization and Profitability Dynamics on the Eve of Italy's Long Crisis

 

Session 4.2 R&D and multinational firms

Chairs and discussant: U. Cantner, A. Zanfei, Aula del Consiglio di Dipartimento 6th floor

 

D. Castellani, S. Montresor, T. Schubert, A. Vezzani, University of Perugia and University of Bologna 

Multinationality, R&D and Productivity: Evidence on the top R&D spenders

C. Cozza, A. Zanfei,  University of Trieste and University of Urbino

The Cross Border R&D Activity of Italian Business Firms

C. Fassio, LUISS Rome

Export-led Innovation Among European Firms: Demand and Technological Learning Effects

F. Aiello, F. Ricotta, University of Calabria

Firm heterogeneity in productivity across Europe. What explains what?

A. Ferragina, F. Mazzotta,  University of Salerno

Agglomeration Economies Impact on Heterogeneous Firms Survival in Italy

 

17.00-19.00 Session 3

 

Session 1.3 Innovation

Chairs and discussants: C. Antonelli, L. Orsenigo, Sala del Consiglio, Palazzina della Presidenza, 2nd floor

 

M. Divella, University of Bari

Determinants of business R&D investments: evaluating the impact of technology-push and demand-pull engines of innovation

R. Cappellin, Tor Vergata University

Innovation and investment in an urban cross-sectoral growth model: a change of course is needed in macroeconomic policies

F. Crespi, V. Costantini, A. Palma Roma Tre University

Coherence, variety and spillovers of the policy mix: inducement effects in energy-efficient technologies

D. Archibugi, National Council of Research (Italy)

Blade Runner Economics. Will Innovation lead us out of crisis?

 

Session 2.3 Social norms and experiments

Chairs and discussants: M. Franzini, M. Tancioni, Aula Steve, 5th floor

 

M. Raitano, R. Fantozzi, Sapienza University of Rome & ISTAT

Political cycle and reported labour incomes in Italy: a quasi-experimental evidence on tax evasion

E. Carrera, E. Accinelli, Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi (Mexico)

Corruption, Inequality, and Income Taxation

F. Bogliacino, G. Grimalda, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Kiel Institute for the World Economy

Social Norms, Violence and Bandwidth: Evidence from Field Experiments in Colombia

F. Blandinieres, F. Schiller University, Jena

Synergy and complementarity of rules: the importance of public organizations in anticancer development

 

Session 3.3  Structural change in open economies

Chairs and discussants: M. Landesmann, M. Pianta, Aula Marrama, 6th floor

 

R. Stoellinger, WIIW Vienna

Global Value Chains and Structural Change

G. Felice, L. Tajoli, University Carlos III Madrid and Politecnico di Milano

External Imbalances in the European Union and International Fragmentation of Production: Is There a Link?

D. Guarascio, Sapienza University of Rome

Exports, New products and R&D. Modeling Complexity and Change

M. Grazzi, G.Dosi, D. Moschella, University of Bologna and Scuola Superiore S.Anna

Technology and costs in international competitiveness: from countries and sectors to firms            

A. Gkypali, K. Tsekouras, K. Kounetas, N. Chatzistamoulou, University of Patras (Greece)

European Countries’ Competitiveness and Productive Performance Evolution: Unraveling the complexity                                                                                              

 

Session 4.3 Global value chains

Chairs and discussants: A. Giunta, A. Zanfei, Aula del Consiglio di Dipartimento 6th floor

 

D. Del Prete, A. Rungi, Sapienza University of Rome and IMT Lucca

Organizing The Global Value Chain: a Firm Level Test

R. Brancati, E. Brancati, A. Maresca, MET and LUISS

Global Value Chains Diffusion, Governance and Upgrading Process: Evidence From Italy

A. Bramucci, A. Zanfei, University of Urbino

The Governance of Offshoring and Its Effects Home. The Role of Codetermination in The International Organization of German Firms

B. Potì, G. Cerulli, CERIS-National Council of Research

Firm Investment Sensitivity to Cash Flow, Liquidity Constraints and The Evidences From a Public Subsidy Dose-response Model.

M. Duenas, M. Campi, Universidad de Bogotà Jorge Tadeo & Scuola Superiore St. Anna

Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade of Agricultural Products

 

Related events

Università di Urbino “Carlo Bo”,

Dipartimento di Economia, Società, Politica, Via Saffi 42, Urbino, Aula Rossa

Thursday, 6 November 2014, h.14

Lecture by Giovanni Dosi

L’evoluzione di imprese e industrie

 

LUISS Università “Guido Carli”

Viale Romania 32, Aula Toti, Roma

Thursday, 13 November 2014, h.18

Lecture by Paul David

The innovation fetish among the economoi -- and why increased productivity and economic growth

doesn't come from the commericialization of novelties

 

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore,

Istituto di Politica Economica, Largo Gemelli 1, Room G 014, Sala Negri da Oleggio, Milano

Thursday, 13 November 2014, h.10.30

Lecture by Uwe Cantner

On the Schumpeterian entrepreneur

 

Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna,

Piazza Martiri della Libertà 33, Pisa, Aula 6

Friday, 14 November 2014 h.14.30

Lecture by Sidney Winter

Research on routines: recent progress and recurrent distractions

 

 
   
 
 Didattica
  Insegnamenti
  Lezioni a.a. 2014-2015
  Infostud
  CdS Scienze Economiche
  EPOS - English
  Tesi
 Ricerca
  Pubblicazioni
  Commissione Ricerca
  Attività di ricerca
 Eventi
  Seminari
  Convegni
  International conferences
  Lezioni Federico Caffe'
 Link
  Link utili
 
 
DIPARTIMENTO DI ECONOMIA E DIRITTO - via Castro Laurenziano 9 - fax +39 06.49.76.68.11