Economics of Science and Innovation
Open Economics invites submissions for the topical issue “Economics of Science and Innovation.”
Ali Sina Önder, University of Portsmouth, UK
This topical issue aims to gather current research on underlying mechanisms as well as economic consequences of scientific and innovative activities in a broad spectrum from the individual level analysis of the production of scientific articles and/or patents to sectoral-level analysis of research and development (R&D) activities and policies.
The scope of this topical issue includes, but is not limited to, the following areas of research:
- Analysis of academic labor markets
- Cost efficiency of science
- Economics of patents
- Gender and academic careers
- Life cycle analysis of innovators/scientists
- Patents and trade
- R&D activities and innovation
- Scientific productivity
- Scientometric analysis of academic publications
- Sociology of collaboration
- Tax incentives for R&D and multi-national firms
HOW TO SUBMIT
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