Corinne Autant-Bernard

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Corinne Autant-Bernard es profesora de Economía de la Universidad Jean Monet Saint-Etienne. Institute of Business Administration EuroLIO scientific manager (European Localized Innovation Observatory, www.eurolio.eu). GATE-LSE Coordinator of the ANR RENEWAL project. Fields of interest: Economics of innovation, Knowledge diffusion, Spatial Econometrics and Network analysis. Entre sus publicaciones están: The Role of R&D Collaboration Networks on Regional Knowledge Creation: Evidence from Information and Communication Technologies (with S. Hazir et J. LeSage), Papers in Regional Science, 2016, forthcoming. Geography of Innovation: New Trends and Implication for Public Policy Renewal (With Nadine Massard), 2016, Taylor&Francis, Special issues as books, Forthcoming. Technological interdependence between South American countries: A spatial panel data growth model (with Carolina Guevara), Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2015, 1-2, 181-210. Determinants of cross-regional R&D collaboration: some empirical evidence from Europe in biotechnology (with Selin Hazir), Annals of Regional Science, 2014, 53 (2), 369-93. Editors’ introduction to spatial knowledge networks: structure\, driving forces and innovative performances (with R. Cowan and N. Massard), Annals of Regional Science, 2014, 53 (2), 315-23. Knowledge Diffusion and Innovation Policies within the European Regions: New Challenges based on recent empirical evidence (with Muriel Fadairo and Nadine Massard), Research Policy, 2013, 42 (1), 196-210. Spatial econometrics of innovation: Recent contributions and research perspectives, Spatial Economic Analysis, 2012, vol. 7 n°4, décembre, 403-19. Agglomeration and social return to R&D: Evidence from French plant productivity changes (with Jean-Pascal Guironnet and Nadine Massard), International Journal of Production Economics, 2011, vol. 132, n° 1, 34-42. Quantifying knowledge spillovers using spatial econometric tools (with James LeSage), Journal of Regional Science, 2011, vol. 51, n° 3471–496. Firm Innovation Strategies: a spatial cohort multinomial probit approach (with James LeSage and Olivier Parent), Annales d’Economie et de Statistiques, 2007, 87-88, 63-80. Social distance versus spatial distance in R&D cooperation. Empirical evidence from European collaboration choices in Micro and nanotechnologies (with Pascal Billand, David Frachisse and Nadine Massard) Papers in Regional Science, 2007, 86 (3), 495-519. Most recent working papers: Que savons-nous de l’impact économique des parcs scientifiques? Une revue de la littérature, Working paper GATE 2015-26. The Role of R&D Collaboration Networks on Regional Innovation Performance (with S. Hazir et J. LeSage), Working Paper GATE 2014. The effect of spatio-temporal knowledge flows on regional innovation performance: the case of ICT patenting in Europe (with Selin Hazir), SEARCH Working Paper, 2013. Technological interdependence between South American countries: A spatial panel data growth model (with Carolina Guevara), Working Paper GATE 2013-13. And Network Formation and Geography: Modelling Approaches, Underlying Conceptions, Recent and Promising Extensions (with Selin Hazir), Working Paper GATE 2013-12.

Artículos en Temas

En los Estados Unidos, el sector de la biotecnología se ha desarrollado alrededor de polos de excelencia científica. La mitad de las firmas biotecnológicas (FB) de ese país están localizadas en cuatro clústeres geográficos (Powell et al., 2002). El desplazamiento de investigadores de laboratorios académicos hacia el sector privado ha proporcionado un vehículo para la difusión del conocimiento y ha sido una fuerza poderosa que ha...