Latest update: June 04, 2002 The final programme for the DRUID Summer Conference 2002 on Industrial Dynamics of the New and Old Economy – who embraces whom? Copenhagen, Denmark, June 6-8, 2002. [All papers mentioned below are available through the DRUID website at] Day 1: Thursday June 6 12:00-13:45 Arrival, Registration. 12:00-13:30 Lunch 13.45 OPENING THE CONFERENCE: Peter MASKELL, DRUID Research Director 14:00-14:45 WELCOME LECTURE: Keith PAVITT: System Integrators as "post-industrial" firms? 15:00-16:30 PLENARY SESSION 1: PRODUCTION AND USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE OLD & NEW ECONOMY Chair: Keld LAURSEN • Dominique FORAY and David HARGREAVES: The development of knowledge of different sectors: a model and some hypotheses. • Michelle GITTELMAN and Bruce KOGUT: Does Good Science Lead to Valuable Knowledge? Biotechnology Firms and the Evolutionary Logic of Citation Patterns; • Benjamin CORIAT, Fabienne ORSI and Olivier WEINSTEIN: Science Based Sectors and Institutional Arrangements: From Science Based "1" to Science Based "2" Regimes Discussant 1: Sidney WINTER Discussant 2: Pier Paolo SAVIOTTI Coffee break 17:00-18:30 PLENARY SESSION 2: TECHNICAL CHANGE, CORPORATE DYNAMICS AND INNOVATION Chair Esben Slot ANDERSEN • Jacques MAIRESSE and Pierre MOHNEN: Accounting for Innovation and productivity: A Comparison Across Four European Countries • Franco MALERBA: New Challenges for the European Sectoral System of Innovation • Finn VALENTIN and Rasmus Lund JENSEN: Reaping the fruits of science. Comparing exploitations of a scientific breakthrough in European innovation systems Discussant 1: Gunnar ELIASSON Discussant 2: Hariolff GRUPP 19:00 Dinner 20:30-22:00 PLENARY SESSION 3: THE INTERNET AND THE NEW ECONOMY Chair: Alice LAM • Bo CARLSSON: The new economy: What is new and what is not? • Jens Frøslev CHRISTENSEN, Marie Louise SCHMIDT and Mette Rønberg LARSEN: Turbulence and competitive dynamics of the Internet consultancy industry • Martin KENNEY: National Exceptionalism?: The Importance of Context in Shaping the Birth of the U.S.Internet Industry Discussant 1: Bart van ARK Discussant 2: Richard N. LANGLOIS Day 2: Friday June 7 09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 1 Parallel Session 1-1: Reconstructing Old Sectors in the New Economy. Chair: Joseph WINDSPERGER • Jan VANG: Urgent Information Goods and Governance Structures: Messages from the News Industry • Richard BLUNDEL: Reproducing Artisanal Knowledge in The New Economy. A Case Study of English Farmhouse Cheese Making 1850-2000 • Christopher PALMBERG: The Many Faces of Absorptive Capability in Low-tech Industries – the case of glue-lam timber foodstuffs Discussant 1: Alessandro NUVOLARI Discussant 2: Edward W. CONSTANT II Parallel Session 1-2: Learning and Organization Chair: Jesper Lindgaard CHRISTENSEN • Richard N. LANGLOIS: Cognitive Comparative Advantage and the Organization of Work: Lessons from Herbert Simon's Vision of the Future (Lead paper) • Alice LAM: Alternative Societal Models of Learning and Innovation in the Knowledge Economy • Michel QUERE and Pier Paolo SAVIOTTI: Knowledge Dynamics and the Organization of Life Science Industries Discussant 1: Brian LOASBY Discussant 2: Stefano BRUSONI Parallel Session 1-3: Productivity, ICT and input-output economics Chair: Gert Villumsen • Bart VERSPAGEN: Structural Change and Technology. A Long View • Bart van ARK, Robert INKLAAR and Robert H. McGUCKIN: 'Changing Gear'. Productivity, ICT and Service industries: Europe and the United States. • Gunnar ELIASSON, Dan JOHANSSON and Erol TAYMAZ: Simulating The New Economy Discussant 1: Keld LAURSEN Discussant 2: Pierre MOHNEN Parallel Session 1-4: The Development of Technology Clusters Chair: Elisa GIULIANI • Bent DALUM, Christian Ø.R. PEDERSEN and Gert VILLUMSEN: Technological Life Cycles: Regional Clusters Facing Disruption • Gil AVNIMELECH and Morris TEUBAL: Venture Capital – Start-Up Co-Evolution and the Emergence & Development of Israel’s New High Tech Cluster • Dieter ERNST: Digital information systems and global flagship networks: How mobile is knowledge in the global network economy? Discussant 1: Virginia ACHA Discussant 2: Alfonso GAMBARDELLA Parallel Session 1-5: Market Structure and Appropriability Chair: Stuart GRAHAM • Jean-Michel DALLE: Open Code: The Sources of Open-Source Innovation • Elad HARISON and Robin COWAN: On Substitution of Intellectual Property and Free Disclosure: An Ex-ante Analysis of R&D Strategies in Software Technologies. • Giampaolo GARZARELLI: The Pure Convergence of Knowledge and Rights in Economic Organization: The Case of Open Source Software Development Discussant 1: Maria BROUWER Discussant 2: Aija LEIPONEN Parallel Session 1-6: Industry Innovation Chair: Thorbjørn KNUDSEN • Tessa AVERMAETE: On Innovation and Meeting Regulation: The Case of the Belgian Food Industry • Lars FREDERIKSEN: Organisation of innovation in creative industries: An analysis of the dynamics of the music industry • Harry BLOCH and Jo VOOLA: Strategic Interactions and Industry Dynamics: A Case Study of the Effects of Advanced Upstream Seismic Technologies on the Petroleum Industry. Discussant 1: Jens Frøslev CHRISTENSEN Discussant 2: Franco MALERBA Coffee break 11:00-12:30 PLENARY SESSION 4: TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION AND THE NEW ECONOMY Chair: Bent DALUM • Maryann FELDMAN: Locational dynamics of the biotech industry. • Timothy BRESNAHAN, Alfonso GAMBARDELLA and Annalee SAXENIAN: 'Old Economy Inputs for 'New Economy Outputs: Rise and Growth of the New Silicon Valleys • Michael STORPER & Anthony J. VENABLES: Buzz: The Economic Force of the City • Discussant 1 Morris TEUBAL • Discussant 2: Mark LORENZEN 12:30 Lunch 13:30-16:15 Excursions or walk on the beach (or watching football) Coffee 16:30-18:00 PARALLEL SESSIONS 2 Parallel Session 2-1: The Use of Knowledge in the Service Sector Chair: Luc SOETE • Ina DREJER: Business Services as a Production Factor • Erik BAARK: Engineering Services: Emerging Patterns of Knowledge Creation • Jane MARCEAU and Cristina MARTINEZ: Selling Solutions: Product-Service Packages as Links Between New and Old Economies Discussant 1: Olavi LEHTORANTA Discussant 2: Marva CORLEY Parallel Session 2-2: The Role of Innovation in Corporate Dynamics Chair: XX • John CANTWELL and Grazia D. SANTANGELO: The Boundaries of Firms in the New Economy: The Impact of M&As on Corporate Technological Profiles • Mette Præst KNUDSEN and Thorbjørn KNUDSEN: Unfolding the Industry Dynamics • Heinz HOLLENSTEIN: Determination of the Adoption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Discussant 1: XX Discussant 2: Jacques MAIRESSE Parallel Session 2-3 : Uncertainty, Knowledge Creation and Industrial Dynamics Chair: Bengt-Åke LUNDVALL • John MATHEWS: Schumpeterian competitive dynamics and economic learning: An economy-wide resource-based view. • Brian J. LOASBY: Options and Evolution (Lead paper) • Edward W. CONSTANT II: How Old becomes New: The Social Production and Authentication of communal Knowledge Discussant 1: Dominique FORAY Discussant 2: Mark TOMLINSON Parallel Session 2-4: The Dynamics of Regional Clusters Chair: Lars Bo JEPPESEN • Luciana LAZZERETTI: Competition, predatory competition and symbiosis interdependencies in industrial districts: A multi-population analysis of Prato 1946-1998 • Ana SANTACREU-GIL: How the innovative capacity of firms can generate endogenous growth in a region composed of SMEs • Mark LORENZEN: Global Strategy and the Acquisition of Local Knowledge: How MNCs Enter Regional Knowledge Clusters" Discussant 1: Maryann FELDMAN Discussant 2: Esben Slot ANDERSEN Parallel Session 2-5: Collaboration and Control of Knowledge Chair: George RICHARDSON • Brian KAHIN: Public Policy and the Political Economics of Knowledge (Lead Paper). • Birgitte ANDERSEN: The Performance of the IPR System in the New Economy: Implications for Digital Inventions and Business Methods • Aija LEIPONEN: Intellectual Property and Innovation in Business Services: Implications for the Management of Knowledge and Supply Relationships Discussant 1: Giampaolo GARZARELLI Discussant 2: Lee DAVIS Parallel Session 2-6: Interfirm Interaction Chair: Michel QUERE • Robin COWAN and Nicolas JONARD: Invention on a Network • Nicholas S. VONORTAS and John HAGEDOORN: Alliance Cycles • Henrich DAHLGREN: Networks, Information and the Creation of Markets Discussant 1: Robert INKLAAR Discussant 2: Sidney WINTER Coffee 18:15-19:45 PLENARY SESSION 5: NEW COMPETITION POLICIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS Chair: Peter LOTZ • David C. MOWERY and Stuart GRAHAM: Submarines and Strategy in Firms' Intellectual Property Portfolios: Continuations in Software Patents • Eric BROUSSEAU: Internet Regulation: Does Self-Regulation Require an Institutional Framework ? • Lee DAVIS: Should We Consider Alternative Incentives for Basic Research? Patents vs. prizes Discussant 1: Birgitte ANDERSEN Discussant 2: Markus REITZIG 20:00 Conference dinner Day 3: Saturday June 8 09:00-10:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 3 Parallel Session 3-1: New Models of Economic Organization of Knowledge Chair: Henrich DAHLGREN • Mona Domaas WIBE and Rajneesh NARULA: Interactive Learning and Non-Globalisation: Knowledge Creation by Norwegian Software Firms • Tina Brandt HUSMAN: New Conditions in a New Economy? The Prosperity of the Project-Based Organisation. • Josef WINDSPERGER: The Organization of Knowledge in Franchising Firms Discussant 1: Alice LAM Discussant 2: Maureen McKELVEY Parallel Session 3-2: Technological Trajectories Chair: Jesper Lindgaard CHRISTENSEN • Antonio D’AGATA: Localised technical progress and choice of technique in a linear production model • Fabrice GALIA and Diègo LEGROS: Complementarities between Obstacles to Innovation: Empirical Study on French Data Set. • Nils STIEGLITZ: Industry Dynamics and Types of Convergence: the Evolution of the Personal Digital Assistant Market in the 1990s and Beyond Discussant 1: Bart VERSPAGEN Discussant 2: Toke REICHSTEIN Parallel Session 3-3: The Role of ICT in Corporate Dynamics Chair: Mette Præst KNUDSEN • Olavi LEHTORANTA: Analysing the Dynamics of the New Economy Enterprises • Sandro MENDONCA: ICT Capabilities Among the World’s Largest Companies: Is there an Underestimation and a Bias? • Koen DITTRICH: The Evolution of Innovation Networks in the Global ICT Industry Discussant 1: Martin KENNEY Discussant 2: Heinz HOLLENSTEIN Parallel Session 3-4: Knowledge Flows within Regional Clusters Chair: Jan VANG • Michael S. DAHL: Embedded knowledge flows through labor mobility in regional clusters in Denmark • Fiorenza BELUSSI: Industrial Districts: Networks without Technologies? The Diffusion of Internet Applications in the three Northeast Industrial Districts of Italy: Results from a Survey. • Elisa GIULIANI: Cluster absorptive capability: An evolutionary approach for industrial clusters in developing countries Discussant 1: Kenneth L. SIMONS Discussant 2: Ana SANTACREU-GIL Parallel Session 3-5: Growth and Policy Chair: Henrik SORNN-FRIESE • Leiner VARGAS and Klaus LINDEGAARD: New Economies and Innovation for Developing Countries. The Case of Intel in Costa Rica. • Claudia Ines CHAMAS: Management of Intangible Assets at Brazilian Universities Discussant 1: Luc SOETE Discussant 2: Gabriel YOGUEL Parallel Session 3-6: Innovation and Economic Development Chair: Erik BAARK • Hariolff GRUPP, Iciar Dominguez LAASA and Minica FRIDRICH-NISHIO: Innovation and Growth in Germany in the Past 150 Years • Pier Paolo SAVIOTTI and Andreas PYKE: Economic development, Qualitative Change and Employment Creation • Birgitte ANDERSEN and Marva CORLEY: The Theoretical and Empirical Impact of The Service Economy: A Critical Review Discussant 1: Eric BROUSSEAU Discussant 2: John MATHEWS Coffee break 11:00-12:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS 4 Parallel Session 4-1: Measuring and Comparing Features in Traditional and New Sectors Chair: Toke REICHSTEIN • Mark TOMLINSON: Measuring Competence and Knowledge using Employee Surveys: Evidence using the British Skills Survey of 1997 • Virginia ACHA and Stefano BRUSONI: Knowledge on Wheels: new lessons from the tire industry. • Alessandro NUVOLARI and Bart VERSPAGEN: ’Unravelling the Duty’: Lean’s Engine Reporter and the Dynamics in Steam Power Technology Discussant 1: Michelle GITTELMAN Discussant 2: Bo CARLSSON Parallel Session 4-2: Organization of Industry Chair: Ina DREJER • John H. FINCH and Nicola C. DINNIE: Reshaping Connections Between Corporate Routines, Know-how and Know-that. The Case of Companies Operating in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry • Lionel NESTA and Ludovic DIBIAGGIO: Knowledge organisation and Firms’ specialisation in the biotech industry • Dan MARSH: What Drives Innovation in the New Economy? The case of the New Zealand Biotechnology Sector. Discussant 1: Robin COWAN Discussant 2: Grazia Domenica SANTANGELO Parallel Session 4-3: The Internet as a Foundation of the New Economy Chair: XX • Lars Bo JEPPESEN: Organizing value in the on-line age • Andrea BONACCORSI, Cristina ROSSI, Irma SERRECCHIA and Maurizio MARTINELLI: Measuring and modelling Internet diffusion using second level domains: The case of Italy • Kenneth L. SIMONS: Information technology and the dynamics of firm and industrial structure Discussant 1: XX Discussant 2: Luciana LAZZERETTI Parallel Session 4-4: Regional and Structural change Chair: Mark LORENZEN • Magnus HOLMÉN and Maureen McKELVEY: How and Why to Systematically Study Regional Renewal? Case Studies in Swedish Regions • Deborah TAPPI: Changing Structure - Keeping Location: Towards a Theory of the Evolution of Local Clusters • Facundo ALBORNOZ, Dario MILESI and Gabriel YOGUEL: New Economy in old sectors: Some issues coming from two production networks in Argentine Discussant 1: Henrik SORNN-FRIESE Discussant 2: Christopher PALMBERG Parallel Session 4-5: Patenting Strategies Chair: Benjamin CORIAT • Maria BROUWER: Insiders and Outsiders – The Rewards of Innovation • Markus REITZIG: The Private Values of “Thicket” Patenting: An Empirical Study Across Industries and Patent Types • Henrique BARROS and Paul STONEMAN: Patents and Pharmaceuticals in the UK: In Insight into the Patenting Process Discussant 1: David C. MOWERY Discussant 2: Jean-Michel DALLE Parallel Session 4-6: Knowledge, Growth and Policy Chair: Patricia PLACKETT • Paola CRISCUOLO and Rajneesh NARULA: A Novel Approach to National Technological Accumulation and Absorptive Capacity: Aggregating Cohen & Levinthal • Jan FAGERBERG and Jarle HILDRUM: Knowledge, Globalization and Growth: In Search of a Useful Theory • Deniz Eylem YORUK and Nick von TUNZELMANN: Network Realignment and Appropriability in the CEE Food Industry Discussant 1: Finn VALENTIN Discussant 2: Olivier WEINSTEIN 12:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 CONCLUDING PLENARY SESSION: BENCHMARKING NATIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS AND RTD-POLICY LEARNING IN EUROPE Consequences and recommendations for industrial and technology policies in the wake of the Danish EU Presidency. Roundtable discussion chaired by Bengt-Åke LUNDVALL Intro by Luc SOETE, Merit, based on his chairmanship of ETAN-group on benchmarking: What lessons for benchmarking can be drawn from innovation theory David MOWERY, Berkeley University: The rationale of Benchmarking for policy learning in the RTD-area - what can Europe learn from the US experience Nikolaos KASTRINOS, European Commission, DG XII: Lessons from the European 2001 Conference on Benchmarking Kim BRINCKMANN, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation: Benchmarking and policy learning in the fields of RTD policy Jens NYHOLM, Ministry of Economics and Industry: Benchmarking and Policy learning in the field of growth promoting policies Followed by one hour debate on three questions: • What lessons can Europe learn from US RTD-policy? • How should cross national benchmarking be designed in order to take into account the systemic character of innovation and avoid naive copying of so-called 'best-practise'? • How should the process of cross national benchmarking be organised in order to promote the open method of co-ordination at the European level in the field of innovation and competence building? 15:00-15:30 Closing the conference 15:30 Departure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Basic format of all sessions (plenary as well as parallel) Each session normally include three papers and lasts about one and a half hour. The standard time schedule looks like this: • First paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes • Second paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes • Third paper presentation by the author = 15 minutes • First discussant of all three papers = 12 minutes • Second discussant of all three papers = 12 minutes • General discussion and replies from the authors = approximately 20 minutes. Please note that overhead projectors are the standard tool for all presenters, also in plenary sessions. PowerPoint shows should thus be transferred to transparencies when at all possible and projectors for computer screens will normally not be available. Please consult the conference secretariat if PowerPoint shows or other computer screen facilities is really needed. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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