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33. ISEG: Geographies of economic growth and technological change | Prof. Dr. David Rigby

33. ISEG: Geographies of economic growth and technological change | Prof. Dr. David Rigby

Prof. Dr. David Rigby,  University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

Programm und Ablauf des Seminars

21. - 25.11.2016 jeweils von 16:00-19:00 Uhr

  1. Session (21. November 2016):
    Solow’s Growth Model
    • History of technological change
    • Solow’s growth model and Solow’s residual
    • Incorporating exogenous technological change
    • Growth accounting
    • Endogenous growth theory

  2. Session (22. November 2016):
    Building Markets for Technology
    • Technology as a special good
    • Building a market for knowledge/ideas
    • The history and the changing nature of knowledge production
    • The knowledge-based firm

  3. Session (23. November 2016):
    Geographies of Technology and Technological Change
    • EEG as a way of understanding economic dynamics & technological change
    • Technology varies over space
    • The lumpiness of innovation
    • The knowledge/learning region

  4. Session (24. November 2016):
    Knowledge Space and Relatedness
    • The concept of relatedness
    • Relatedness in economic geography
    • Product space
    • Knowledge space
    • Occupation space

  5. Session (25. November 2016):
    Knowledge Complexity and Flow
    • Codified and tacit knowledge
    • Knowledge mobility
    • The complexity of knowledge
    • Complexity and knowledge flow
    • Smart specialization?