Welcome address Jackie Krafft


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  • Welcome address

  • Jackie Krafft


  • Eurkind: European Network on Knowledge, Innovation, Development

  • Open, informal, flexible network

  • Join us at www.facebook.com/Eurkind

  • ‘Like’ to receive some updates about our actions



Eurkind is intended to develop research connections through the organization of an annual conference:

  • Eurkind is intended to develop research connections through the organization of an annual conference:

  • - GCW 2012, 1-3 Nov, Nice

  • - GCW 2013, 24-26 Oct, Rotterdam

  • - GCW 2014, 18-20 June, Turin

      • GCW 2015, 1-3 July, Nice
      • GCW 2016, 22-24 june, Valencia


Eurkind wants to include the younger generation by the organization of a dedicated summerschool:

  • Eurkind wants to include the younger generation by the organization of a dedicated summerschool:

  • - KID 2012, 1st edition: Nice, 8-14 july 2012

  • - KID 2013, 2nd edition: Nice, 7-13 july 2013

  • - KID 2014, 3rd edition: Nice, 6-12 july 2014

  • - KID 2015, 4th edition: Nice, 5-11 july 2015

  • About 150 Phds/Post docs trained so far



KID 2016: 5th edition of the Summer School “Knowledge Dynamics, Industrial Evolution, Economic Development”

  • KID 2016: 5th edition of the Summer School “Knowledge Dynamics, Industrial Evolution, Economic Development”

  • CNRS thematic school

  • KID is an international event, with about 20 institutions, 15 countries

  • Speakers of past editions: Paula Stephan, Maryann Feldman, Reinhilde Veugelers, Mary O’Sulllivan, Ines Macho Stadler, Rosina Moreno, Valeria Costantini, David Audretsch, Ron Boschma, Uwe Cantner, Alan Kirman, David Perez Castrillo, Davide Consoli, Sandro Montresor, Paolo Saviotti, Cristiano Antonelli, Francesco Lissoni, Marco Vivarelli, Alex Coad, Aldo Geuna, Pablo d’Este, Andreas Pyka, Michael Dietrich, Francesco Crespi, Massimiliano Mazzanti, Michael Fritsch



Interest in the following sets of issues:

  • Interest in the following sets of issues:

  • 1. heterogeneity of knowledge (bits of knowledge, more or less combinable), of the sources of change (i.e. individuals, firms, industries, regions, countries), of the interactions between these sources (market-based, network-based, etc.), and of the characteristics of these interactions (frequency, regularity, etc.)

  • 2. variety in innovation (from the more radical to the more incremental), and in regimes of innovation (entrepreneurial mode versus accumulation mode)

  • 3. generation of different paths of growth, with some leading to smart, inclusive, and sustainable growth

  • => The summerschool is intended to provide an advanced understanding of these issues, as well as of the link between the issues



Discovering the latest results, especially:

  • Discovering the latest results, especially:

  • The way in which the properties of knowledge are likely to have an impact on industry evolution and economic performance

  • The way in which industry evolution may contribute to economic growth and sustainability

  • Accessing the latest methodologies and protocols of research

  • Presenting your own work as PhD student or young researcher, and getting comments and recommendations on how to get published

  • Being updated on what’s happening in social sciences (economics, management, geography, social economics, etc.), but also in other sciences (computer science, biology) as they provide key tools in the treatment of the relationships between knowledge, innovation and development (social network analysis, evolutionary models, agent-based modelling)



Some of the issues specifically covered by the speakers are:

  • Some of the issues specifically covered by the speakers are:

  • economics of science and innovation, intellectual property rights, agglomeration/dispersion of research and industrial activities, nascent versus mature industries, emergence and persistence of innovation, entrepreneurship, growth of firms, globalized firms, innovation networks, environment as a driver of innovation

  • Some of the methodologies and protocols of research under study are:

  • Statistical analysis of the dynamics of firms characteristics and firms localization, social network analysis, agent based modelling, patent analysis



General lectures (1h30): speakers will give a general overview of major contributions in the literature, including the more recent developments

  • General lectures (1h30): speakers will give a general overview of major contributions in the literature, including the more recent developments

  • Methodological or technical lectures (1h30): speakers will give a focus on a specific methodology or technique that is particularly useful in understanding recent developments in the literature

  • Research and publication sessions (30-40 minutes per student): students will present their research and will get comments and feedbacks from the speakers, including recommendations on how to get published









Speakers uploaded their material on the website all over the last weeks

  • Speakers uploaded their material on the website all over the last weeks

  • Students could access the website and print the material to prepare the lectures in advance

  • Format: 1 hour presentation + 30 minutes discussion



Students could circulate their work to discussants in advance in view of

  • Students could circulate their work to discussants in advance in view of

    • - feedbacks on a preliminary research project
    • - interactions on a draft of a PhD thesis chapter
    • - more focused advices on a paper to be submitted to an academic journal
  • Format: 15-20 minutes presentation + 10-15 minutes comments from the discussant + remaining time for general discussion











The KID 2016 prize will award the best paper (presented during the students presentations sessions)

  • The KID 2016 prize will award the best paper (presented during the students presentations sessions)

  • The scientific committee selects the best KID 2016 paper

  • Results will be announced on Friday 15 during the Summer School Dinner



We are aiming to provide an original, coherent, and stimulating event this year

  • We are aiming to provide an original, coherent, and stimulating event this year

  • We believe that the themes and the structure of the summerschool are promising and correspond to a demand from the younger generation

  • We take the opportunity of this version 4 to assess the good points, and less good points, to make it even better in the future

  • We will be starting to work on the next year session immediately after the closing of this year’s summerschool

  • Your feedbacks are very much appreciated!

  • Thanks very much and have a good time here!



Scientific committee: Cristiano Antonelli, Alexander Coad, Alessandra Colombelli, Davide Consoli, Alexander Ebner, Werner Hoelzl, Albert Jolink, Jackie Krafft, Massimiliano Mazzanti, Michele Pezzoni, Francesco Quatraro, Jacques Ravix, Andreas Reinstaller, Paolo Saviotti, Marco Vivarelli

  • Scientific committee: Cristiano Antonelli, Alexander Coad, Alessandra Colombelli, Davide Consoli, Alexander Ebner, Werner Hoelzl, Albert Jolink, Jackie Krafft, Massimiliano Mazzanti, Michele Pezzoni, Francesco Quatraro, Jacques Ravix, Andreas Reinstaller, Paolo Saviotti, Marco Vivarelli

  • InSHS-CNRS: Patrice Bourdelais, Hyppolyte d’Albis, Michèle Dassa

  • Délégation Régionale CNRS: Béatrice Saint Cricq, Brigitte Papin, Monique Clatot, Carine Antico, John Pusceddu

  • Administrative staff at UNS CNRS GREDEG: Laurence Gervasoni, Pierre Goursaud, Thérèse Marco, Muriel Mathery, Agnes Moreau, Sami Sfaxi

  • Sponsors:

  • CNRS, InSHS

  • UNS, UCA, GREDEG, ISEM, Ville de Nice, Région PACA




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