Plechero, M. Kulkarni, M., Chaminade, C., Parthasarathy, B. "Explaining the past, predicting the future: the influence of regional trajectories on innovation networks of new industries in emerging economies", Industry and Innovation. In this new article, co-authored with Monica Plechero, Mandar Kulkarni, and Balaji Parthasarathy, we look at how regional trajectories shape the configuration of innovation … Continue reading New publication: how regional trajectories influence the configuration of innovation networks of new industries in emerging economies
In this last post of this series about Economics and Conservation, I will look at how another branch of Economics - Development Economics - can contribute to conservation. Development Economics in a nutshell Development economics is a branch of economics that focuses on improving the economics and social conditions of developing countries. That is, it … Continue reading Development Economics and Conservation
At the offset of this world pandemic, I kept on thinking how the Corona would impact the most marginalized members of society. Now there are few articles tackling the topic, but they are mostly discussing what the impact of the Coronavirus will be in economic terms for those that are already struggling. But what about … Continue reading Pandemics and Poverty
On Innovation for Sustainable Development Are you intrigued about what innovation for sustainable development means but you do not have time to dive into an endless list of readings? Then you have arrived to the right place! In this serie of short free videos, you can get a quick introduction into the concepts of sustainability … Continue reading Free short educational videos
Over the last few years, there has been a growing concern among academics and practitioners about the slow pace in which sustainability transformations unfold. In this context, my most recent work has been on understanding why and how transformations happen at a much faster pace in certain places than in others. I am very happy … Continue reading New publication: How can we accelerate sustainability transformations? A deeper look at place-based structural pre-conditions and agency.
When people think about innovation, they usually portray technological artifacts. But innovation is much more than that. In simple terms, it is about the capacity to change. As it goes, many conservation projects require individuals and organizations to change; to adopt new practices; to abandon others. This is where an economist with an Economics of Innovation background can come in handy.