Ph.D.-School on Innovation and Economic Development
Globelics Academy 2011



Jose Cassiolato, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Readings: Lecture 1: Discussing Innovation and Development (pdf)and Innovation Systems and Development (pdf),
Lecture 2: Innovation Systems and Development (pdf) and The State and the National System of Innovation (pdf)
Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Joanna Chataway, Director, Innovation and Technology Policy, RAND Europe
/Open University
Readings: The Evolution of Science policy and Innovation Studies (pdf), Alalyse this (pdf), Policy Learning and Innovation Theory (pdf)
Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Manuel Mira Godinho, ISEG, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Readings: Two Emerging Innovative Gragons (pdf) and Analyszing the Evidence of an IPR take-off in China and India (pdf)
Lecture 1

Erkki Kaukonen, University of Tampere, Research Centre for Knowledge, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies
Presentations: Lecture 1

Helena Maria Martins Lastres, Brazilian Development Bank, BNDES, Brazil
Readings: Lecture 1: Innovation, Production and Innovation Systems and the BNDES´ contribution (pdf) and
The State and the Architecture of National Systems of Innovation
Lecure 2: The BNDES - general information (pdf), BNDES Performance Report (pdf) and
The new generation of production development policies: social and environmental sustainability
Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture BNDES

Edward Lorenz, GREDEG-CNRS, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France
Readings: How Europe’s economies learn (pdf), Organisational Learning and Innovation (ppt), Lectures Summary (pdf)
Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Bengt-Åke Lundvall, Aalborg University, Denmark
Readings: Innovation System Research (pdf), Innovation and Competence building in the Learning Economy(pdf),
Knowledge Management (pdf)

Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Franco Malerba, Universitá Luigi Bocconi, Italy
Readings:Lecture 1:  F.Malerba  R. Nelson  Learning and catching up in different sectoral systems: evidence from six industries    Industrial and corporate change 6,  1645-1676   2011

Readings:Lecture 2: F. Malerba R.Nelson, L.Orsenigo and S.Winter “History friendly models of industry evolution: the case of the computer industry” Industrial and Corporate change, 1999

F. Malerba R.Nelson, L.Orsenigo and S.Winter “ Vertical Integration and Dis-integration of Computer Firms: A History Friendly Model of the Co-evolution of the Computer and Semiconductor Industries”   Industrial and Corporate Change v.17 n. 2 2008

Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Sunil Mani, Center for Development Studies, Kerala, India
Readings Lecture 1: Smith, Keith (2004), ?Measuring Innovation?, in Jan, Fagerberg, David
C.Mowery and Richard Nelson (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Innovation,
Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 148-177;

Additiinal Reading: Nagaoka, Sadao, Kazuyuki Motohashi and Akira
Goto(2010),?Patent statistics as an innovation indicator?, Bronwyn
Hall and
Nathan Rosenberg , Handbook of the Economics of Innovation, Amsterdam:
North-Holland, pp. 1084-1127.

Readings Lecture 2: Mani, Sunil (2012), ?Have China and India become more innovative since the
onset of reforms in the two countries??, in Amiya Kumar Bagchi and Anthony
P.D?Costa (eds.), Transformation and Development, Delhi: Oxford University
Press, pp. 273-300.

Additional reading: OECD (2013), OECD Economic Surveys China

Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2

Mammo Muchie, Aalborg University, Denmark
Presentations: Colloquium lecture and Lecture 2

Jorge Niosi, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Presentations: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2


Policy Lectures and Workshops

Kari Kankaala, The City of Tampere, Director of Economic and Urban Development

Mika Kautonen, University of Tampere, Research Centre for Knowledge, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies
Lecture slides

Ilari Lindy, The World Bank, WB
Lecture slides

Jyrki Pulkkinen, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Finland

Mika Raunio, University of Tampere, Research Centre for Knowledge, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies

Lectures focus on methodological issues, theories of innovation and differences and similarities of approaches.
Commenting and discussion during the lectures is highly encouraged!
The topics will be completed.



Monday 20
13:30–15:00  Lundvall: Knowledge management in the learning economy
15:30–17:00  Lundvall: From innovation as an interactive process to innovation                                        
                                  systems and innovation policy              

Tuesday 21                                     
8:30–10:00   Chataway: STI Policy and Methods: Moving targets and goalposts               

Wednesday 22                              
8:30–10:00    Chataway: Developing a national STI policy: an experiment in
                                     mixed policy research methods                                                  
13:30–15:00  Cassiolato: Innovation Systems and Development: Connecting the neo-Schumpeterians with Latin American Structuralism
15:30-17:00   Lastres:     Innovation, Production and Innovation Systems (and the BNDES)          

Thursday 23                                   
15:30–17:00  Cassiolato:  Innovation systems and development: what can we learn from Globelics Conferences and Projects

Friday 24                                        
8:30–10:00    Mani: Measuring Innovation: Conventional vs New Indicators  
13:30–15:00  Mani: China and India: Have these economies become more
                             innovative since the onset of reforms in the two countries?                               

Monday 27                                     
8:30–10:00   Niosi: Rethinking innovation policies for development    
13:30–15:00 Niosi: How to write an academic paper                                         

Tuesday 28                                     
8:30–10:00 Kaukonen:   Universities as institutions of knowledge economy and innovation                                                                                                         

Wednesday 29
8:30–10:00  Godinho:    IPR take up in the emerging economies                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Thursday 30
8:30–10:00   Malerba: Sectoral systems, economic development and catching up  
10:30–11:15 Malerba:Innovation and the evolution of industries: history friendly models 
15:30–17:00 Muchie: Innovation systems in African context (tbc)

Friday 31
8:30–10:00  Lorenz: Links between work organization and innovation: 2010 European working conditions survey(tbc)                  
13:30–15:00 Lorenz: Labour market and innovation systems: Limits of the varieties of capitalism approach (tbc)                           


TaSTI (Unit for science, technology and innovation studies)     IST (Instituto Superior Técnico)     IN+ (Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research)     ISEG (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão)     GLOBELICS (The global network for the economics of learning, innovation, and competence building systems)