Ph.D.-School on National Systems of Innovation and Economic Development
Students


Ana AbrunhosaPortuguese   ampa@fe.uc.pt
Andrea MorrisonItaly   andrea.morrison@uni-bocconi.it

Local Systems of Innovation in Developing Countries: Evidence from a Brazilian Furniture Cluster   [paper]   [presentation]
Anna PobolAustria   anna_pobol@tut.by

Methodological concept of dissertation “Formation and state regulation of national innovation system: research-based spin-off entrepreneurship”   [abstract]   [paper]   [presentation]
Aygen S. KurtRepublic of Turkey   a.s.kurt@uel.ac.uk

Turkish ICT Sector and the European Information Society: Innovation for integration?   [presentation]
Bitrina Daniel DiyamettTanzania   bitrind@yahoo.com

Innovativeness and institutional linkages in the tanzanian manufacturing sector with reference to metal and engineering sub sector   [paper]   [presentation]
Can HuangChina   huangcan@egi.ua.pt

Organization, Program, and Structure: An Analysis of the Chinese Innovation Policy Framework   [paper]   [presentation]
Carlos António CarvajalColombia
Claudia Gonzalez BrambilaMexican   cgonzale@andrew.cmu.edu

The Determinants of Research Productivity: A Case Study of Mexico   [paper]   [presentation]
Cristina Paixão de SousaPortuguese   acristovao@teledata.mz

Innovation Systems: The Portuguese Case in the European Union Context   [presentation]
D.P. SoetantoIndonesia   d.p.soetanto@tbm.tudelft.nl

Research on the Role of the Incubation Policy in Helping the Growth of New Technology Based-Firm   [paper]   [presentation]
Dirk BoeheGermany   dmbohe@ea.ufrgs.br

Interaction between TNC subsidiaries and the Host Country Innovation System   [paper]   [presentation]
Dudi HidayatIndonesia
Ester Dal PozBrazil   dalpoz@ige.unicamp.br

Agriculture in Brazil: plant genomics networks and internacional intellectual property rights.   [paper]   [presentation]
Florian TaeubeGermany
Gonzalo Rodríguez RodríguezSpain   eagrr@usc.es

May primary activities be innovative? The case of galician mussell farming   [presentation]
Helena BarnardSouth Africa   hbarnard@pegasus.rutgers.edu

Catching up and asset-seeking FDI: Outbound FDI by developing country firms as a means to access more advanced systems of innovation   [presentation]
Hugo HortaPortuguese   hugo.horta@dem.ist.utl.pt

On the role of engineering schools on the process of technological change: A comparative analysis 1985 - 2000   [paper]   [presentation]
João Pedro TabordaPortuguese   jptaborda@inteli.pt

Technological Innovation, Institutional Change and Economic Performance: The use of Economic Compensations associated to public acquisitions   [paper]
Jong-Hak EunKorea, China   yinzh@hanmir.com

Evolution of the Academy-run Enterprises in China: An Organizational Approach   [paper]   [presentation]
Kesidou, EfthimiaThe Netherlands   e.kesidou@tm.tue.nl

Knowledge Spillovers in High-tech Clusters in Developing Countries   [paper]   [presentation]
Kyoo-Ho ParkKorea, China   khpark2k@empal.com

Linking the Technological regime to the Technological Catch-up: An Econometric Analysis using the US patent Data   [paper]
Lian-Yuan (Kevin) FangTaiwan   chca4336@ms31.hinet.net
Luisa Ferreira LopesPortuguese

Services Innovation and Economic Performance   [presentation]
Luísa HenriquesPortuguese   lh@fct.mces.pt
Mahesh SarmaIndia   mahesharma@rediffmail.com

A Case study of public sector R&D system in India   [presentation]
Maria José Madeira SilvaPortuguese
Marina SzapiroBrazil   marinaszapiro@vetor.com.br

The Telecommunications Restructuring Process in the 90s: A comparative study of the impacts on the Brazilian and Spanish innovation system   [paper]   [presentation]   [diagram I]   [diagram II]
Mei-Chih HuTaiwan
Michael SableUS
Monica DesiderioBrazil   monidesiderio@uol.com.br
Myrna Fatima Flores PinedaMexico   myrna.flores@polimi.it

Proximity and learning in metropolitan innovation systems, towars the formation of high tech clusters in Monterrey and Milan   [paper]   [presentation]
Naubahar SharifHong Kong, China   ns89@cornell.edu

Genesis and Development of the National System of Innovation (NSI) Framework   [abstract]
Nina KazakovaRussia   nina@sstu.saratov.su

Innovation management in Russian universities   [abstract]   [paper]   [presentation]   [diagram I]   [diagram II]
Nuno de Almeida AlvesPortuguese   nalmeidaalves@oninetspeed.pt

The construction of “Knowledge and Information Societies” in the context of the process of structural change in modern societies   [abstract]   [paper]   [presentation]
Salvador EstradaMexican   sestrada@ccee.ucm.es

Technological behaviour and competitiveness at the firm level. Empirical evidence from Mexico   [paper]   [presentation]
Sandro MendonçaLisbon   sfm@iscte.pt

Mapping Innovation Systems: A framework for organising quantitative empirical research on national systems of innovation   [paper]
Tarmo KalvetEstonian   tarmo@praxis.ee

National Innovation Systems of Small European Transition Economies: General Framework and the case of Estonia   [presentation]
Vicente B. Ortiz LopezMexico
Vuyani LingelaSouth Africa   vuyani.lingela@dst.gov.za

The co-evolutionary framework to improve competitiveness in the South African system of innovation   [paper]
Yan LigangChina   yanlg@em.tsinghua.edu.cn

Role of organizational learning in strategic alliance   [abstract]   [paper]   [presentation]
Zonia AdraboSouth Africa   zsadrabo@hotmail.com

The Development of a New Telecommunications Policy Framework for a Knowledge Society   [paper]   [presentation]