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Inequality, intangibles and growth

10.02.2021Comments are closed.

How is inequality related to innovation and productivity? Intangibles investments are seen as a key driver of productivity growth, but do efforts to promote intangibles and innovation increase inequalities? This workshop will present GLOBALINTO project work and host a panel discussion on intangibles and inequality.

Tuesday February 16, 2021, 14.00-16.00 CET
Please contact carter.bloch@ps.au.dk to register.

Workshop Program:

14:00-14:15
Intangibles, innovation and inequality – key issues (Professor Carter Bloch, Aarhus University, GLOBALINTO)

14:15-14:35
Gender balance, intangibles and productivity (Carita Eklund, Postdoc, Aarhus University, GLOBALINTO)

14:35-14:55
Innovation-biased technological change (Professor Hannu Piekkola (Coordinator of GLOBALINTO), University of Vaasa)

15:00-16:00
Panel discussion: What is the relation between innovation and intangibles and wage inequality? And what role should policy play in balancing the promotion of innovation and equality?
Expert panel members:

  • Liza Archanskaia, EU Commission DG ECFIN and postdoc KU Leuven.
  • Giuseppe Berlingieri, Assistant Professor in Economics at ESSEC Business School, and Economist within the Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation at the OECD (currently on leave).
  • Amos Zehavi, Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Tel Aviv.
  • Wim Naudé, Professor of Economics at Cork University Business School, University College Cork.
  • Neil Lee, Professor of Economic Geography at London School of Economics.
Globalinto workshop - Intangibles and Inequality

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