The Chair of Economic Policy and SME Research offers a master’s seminar in the summer term 2020 with the topic: Interdisciplinary Topics in Innovation Economics.
To understand the multidimensionality of innovation processes, an interdisciplinary approach in in-novation economics is indispensable. Just looking at advances in technology, market shares, patents, or R&D expenditures falls short of the mark. Economists as well as policymakers need to take a closer look at the firm-level of innovation and understand the managerial, organizational, and (social) psy-chological processes behind this endeavor. Therefore, the seminar’s overall question is: “What are the advantages of an interdisciplinary approach in innovation economics?”
Places will be awarded following the "first-come-first-serve" principle. To apply for the seminar, please write an email to Elaine Horstmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) until April 20th and state your three preferred topics.
For more information, please have a look at the seminar announcement.