We have a new paper “Public Procurement of Innovation: Evidence from a German Legislative Reform“ out at IJIO (preprint available without paywall here under “Research”) and I’ve briefly summarized the content in a Twitter thread (apparently that’s were these things happen these days, blogs are so 2012…). For reference, I’ll link to the tweets below:
Next week we will organize the 7th ZEW/MaCCI Conference on the Economics of Innovation and Patenting in Mannheim and the program will be great. We will have Bronwyn Hall from Berkeley and Pierre Azoulay from MIT as keynote speakers. I’m definitely looking forward to hear them speak.
Myself, I will present a new project on the relationship between public procurement and innovation. In brief the research question is the following. Continue reading Innovation on (government) demand?