Innovation Policy University of Bordeaux
Innovation is the key engine of economic growth and the object of alarge number of public policies. The students will be exposed tosimple treatments of the key economic problems addressed by the mostimportant among such policies, coupled to data and examples on howthey are implemented and evaluated. At the end of the course, studentswill be able to understand the basic economic rationale of majorinnovation policy measures as well as the principles and methods usedfor their evaluation.
Intermediate test (controle continu): students read and comment anarticle on topics 1) to 3)Final test (controle continu): students readand comment an article on topics 4) to 7)
1) ECONOMICS OF INNOVATION : BASIC NOTIONS a. Sources of innovation b. Knowledge tacitness and codificationc. Innovation, marketstructure, and industrial dynamics 2) R&D POLICIES: PUBLIC SCIENCE AND SUPPORT TO INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 3) EVALUATION OF R&D POLICIES 4) INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) RIGHTS 5) EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF IP RIGHTS ON INNOVATION _Depending on time, one or both of the following : _6) PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND MISSION-ORIENTED POLICIES 7) DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS, TECHNICAL STANDARDS AND POLICYIMPLICATIONS
Online Course Requirement
- Support: slides (pre-loaded on Moodle) - Readings : as indicated on slides and made available either onlineor on MoodleDuration: 15 hours
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