Productivity, Growth and Innovation

Date: 
Thursday, 28 September, 2017 - 10:00 to 12:15
Location: 
National Institute of Economic and Social Research
2 Dean Trench Street
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom

 

 

This workshop provides an opportunity for new research findings on productivity, growth and innovation to be presented and discussed.  It is expected to be of particular interest to policy-makers and other researchers who are working in these areas.

 

 

The proceedings will be as follows:

 

9:30

Registration and coffee

10:00 to 10:05 

Introduction by Rebecca Riley, NIESR, LLAKES and Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE)

10.05 to 12.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presentations and discussion

 

Back to the Past: Is Growth Reverting to Pre-Industrial Levels?

Jakob Madsen * and Md. Rabiul Islam (Monash University, Australia)

 

Driving Productivity Growth: The Role of Firm-Specific Knowledge Assets

Rebecca Riley * (NIESR and LLAKES) and Chiara Rosazza Bondibene (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)

 

Which skills contribute most to absorptive capacity, innovation and productivity performance? Evidence from the US and Western Europe

Geoff Mason * (LLAKES and UCL Institute of Education), Ana Rincon-Aznar (NIESR) and Francesco Venturini (University of Perugia)

12:15

Lunch

 

The event is free but registration is required.

 

To register please RSVP to Luca Pieri:

Email: l.pieri [at] niesr.ac.uk ; Tel: 020 7654 1931

 

 

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