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Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship: Regional Innovation Policy, Knowledge Spillovers, Productivity and Institutions (REGIOSPIN)

Researcher: Dr Andrea Filippetti|

Supervisor: Professor Simona Iammarino|

This project aims to develop and lead a coherent programme of research based on robust and systematic empirical evidence, which addresses key questions on: the determinants of university-industry linkages; the relationship between institutions and regional government; the functioning of regional labour markets and training systems.

Papers in progress include:

  • Crescenzi, Filippetti, Iammarino: 'Academic Inventors in Italy: Patterns of Collaboration with Industry'
  • Filippetti, Guy, Iammarino: Training quality and return to training in the Italian regions
  • Filippetti, Reggi: Impact of Structural Funds expenditure on economic growth in the EU
  • Cerulli, Filippetti: Are decentralized countries better ruled? Evidence across European regions with a dose-response approach
  • Filippetti, Peyrache: Labour productivity and technology gap in European regions: A non-parametric approach. Regional Studies. (forthcoming).

Books in progress include:

  • ‘The Handbook of Global Science, Technology, and Innovation’. The Handbooks of Global Policy series, Wiley-Blackwell, (edited with Daniele Archibugi).

Papers presented at workshops and conferences include:

  • July 2014: workshop on scientific labour markets and innovation systems at Birkbeck College University of London. Paper presented: Training quality and return to training in the Italian regions.
  • May 2014: workshop on University-Industry linkages. Paper presented: The patterns of academic-industry relationship in Italy, University of Rome Tre.
  • February 2014: seminar at the University of Padova. Paper presented: The patterns of academic-industry relationship in Italy, 22 February 2014.
  • January 2014: Geography of Innovation Conference. Paper presented: The patterns of academic-industry relationship in Italy, 23-25 January 2014 Utrecht University.
  • November 2013: What can we learn from microdata? Czech Science Foundation grant agreement P402/10/2310, University of Prague. Paper presented: The patterns of academic-industry relationship in Italy.

Grant: 209,033.40 euros

Research period: 2013 - 2015 

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