#11 - Economics of Innovation
Being among the world’s fastest growing regions, the Asia Pacific is in an attempt to transform itself from the manufacturing center of the global economy to the innovation center of the knowledge-based economy which has been driven by dense innovation networks, constant development of human capital and strategic support from governments. In light of this, the Innovation Working Group is thus seeking contribution in the following themes:
- Transition economies and transition economics: Critical assessment of the reaction of various trends of economics, when confronted with the diversified experience of postsocialist transformation and accompanying surprises - Discussion on the mainstream transition doctrine, and its gradual qualification, as well as institutionalist and evolutionary approaches of the systemic transformation problems
- Comparative perspective: Regional Varieties of Capitalism in Southeast Asia
- The state of Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital in Asia: Case studies and qualitative works are preferred
- Innovation in State-owned Enterprises: Public management of Innovation
About the Economics of Innovation Working Group
The Innovation Working Group views innovation as being central to the process of economic development and growth. The Working Group aims to study how economic actors, policies, technology and market conditions interact and evolve over time.
HOW TO APPLY
To submit your abstract to this call, go to https://ysd.ineteconomics.org/rc. In your abstract, please clearly identify your research question, elaborate on methodology, and list your preliminary findings and/or tentative conclusions.