Organized by CRENoS with financing from the Visiting Professor programme of the Regione Autonoma della Sardegna and University of Cagliari.
Stephen Parente (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Why England First? The End of Resistance and the Start of the Revolution.
Ramon Marimon (European University Institute, Firenze; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
Competition, Innovation and Growth con Limited Commitment.
Gianmarco Ottaviano (Università di Bologna; CEPR)
Rethinking the economic effects of immigration.
Giorgia Giovannetti (Università di Firenze; ICE)
Quality, R&D and exports: Italy faces globalization.
Fabiano Schivardi (Università di Cagliari, CRENoS; CEPR)
Does Idiosyncratic Risk Matter for Growth?.
Luigi Guiso (European University Institute, Firenze)
The rise of lending relationships.
Adriana Di Liberto (Università di Cagliari, CRENoS)
International TFP dynamics and income convergence. A panel data analysis.
Wendy Carlin (University College of London)
Multinational ownership and subsidiary investment.
Philip McCann (University of Waikato; University of Reading)
Sketching Out a Model of Innovation, Face-to-Face Interaction and Economic Geography.
Andres Rodriguez Pose (London School of Economics)
The Geographical Processes behind Innovation: A Europe-United States Comparative Analysis.
Mario Maggioni and Stefano Usai (Università Cattolica Milano) (Università di Cagliari, CRENoS).
Knowledge transfers and spillovers between Italian provinces.
Simona Iammarino (University of Sussex, SPRU)
Barriers to Innovation in the UK. Evidence from the Community Innovation Survey.
Raffaele Paci and Stefano Usai (Università di Cagliari, CRENoS)
Knowledge flows across European regions