ECON 222/BUS AD 297T-1: SEMINAR ON INNOVATION


Fall 2004: Wednesday 12-2 PM, C250 Haas School (NOTE NEW ROOM)

Convenors: Professor Bronwyn H. Hall


The innovation seminar is open to graduate students, faculty, and visitors from Economics, Haas, ARE, and other departments in the university who have an interest in the economics of innovation, technical change, and intellectual property. Here are some lists of past presentations:

Fall 2003    Fall 2002     Fall 2001     Fall 2000      Fall 1999      Fall 1998     prior to 1998

I encourage presentation by graduate students in early stages of research, and have occasionally had students present discussion of a set of papers by others on a specific topic that is of general interest to the group. Anyone who wants an electronic link added for their presentation, please send email. Also send me email if you would like to speak this Fall.

Sep 1     No meeting
Sep 8 
    Jenny Lanjouw, ARE
Berkeley,
    Patents, Price Controls, and the Arrival of New Drugs: How Policy Affects International Launch Patterns

Sep 15
    Pia Hurmelinna, Lappeenranta University of Technology,
    Incentives and Barriers Related to
University-Industry Collaboration - Appropriability Strategies and Principle of Publicity
    Slides for presentation

Sep 22
    Daniel Wilson,Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco,
   
IT and Beyond: The Contribution of Heterogeneous Capital to Productivity

Also note the Economics Departmental Seminar, 4-6 PM :

    Philippe Aghion, Harvard University
    Volatility, R&D, and Growth: The Role of Financial Development

Sep 29 
    Gregory Graff, ARE and UC Davis
    The Division of Innovative Labor among Universities, Entrepreneurs, and Corporations in Agricultural Biotechnology (with David Zilberman)

Oct 5 (joint with IO seminar, Tues, 4-6 PM, 608-11 Evans Hall)
    Jun Ishii, UC Irvine, visiting UC Berkeley
    Technology Adoption and Regulatory Regimes: Gas Turbine Electricity Generators from 1980 to 2001

Oct 13  
    Carl Shapiro, Haas
    Prior User Rights in Patent Cases

Oct 19 (joint with IO seminar, Tues, 4-6 PM, 608-11 Evans Hall)
    Manuel Trajtenberg,
Tel Aviv University (visiting Stanford)
    Tracing the Mobility of Inventors with Patent Data

Oct 27  
    Ian Larkin, Haas
   Switching Costs and Competition in Enterprise Software: Theory and Evidence

Nov 3
    Kira Markiewicz, Haas

    Firm Capabilities and Absorptive Capacity: Implications for Exploitation of Public Science and the Pace of Knowledge Exploitation

Nov 10  
   Marc Fetscherin, visiting SIMS
   To Purchase or to Pirate Movies  - A Model for Evaluating Consumer Behavior

 

Nov 17  
   
Dirk Czarnitzki, ZEW Mannheim and U Katholieke Leuven, visiting UC Berkeley

    Biomedical Academic Entrepreneurship through the SBIR Program (with Andrew Toole)

Nov 24   no meeting, Thanksgiving holiday


Dec 1
    Simon Wakeman,
Haas School of Business,

    IP Portfolios and R&D Firm Commercialization Strategy: Evidence from Biotechnology Alliances


Last updated 30 November 2004 by Bronwyn H. Hall