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Mario Coccia       

Senior Researcher
National Research Council of Italy

Visiting Scholar
Arizona State University- Center  for Social Dynamics and Complexity

   

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Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth

Collegio Carlo Alberto

Via Real Collegio, 30

10024 - Moncalieri (Torino) Italy

 

Mario Coccia is an economist (First Researcher) at the National Research Council of Italy and visiting scholar at Arizona State University. He has been research fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Economics and visiting professor at the Polytechnics of Torino and University of Piemonte Orientale (Italy). He has conducted research work at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Yale University, UNU-Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (United Nations University-MERIT), RAND Corporation (Washington D.C.), University of Maryland (College Park), Bureau d’Économie Théorique et Appliquée (University fo Strasbourg), Munk School of Global Affairs (University of Toronto), and Institute for Science and Technology Studies (University of Bielefeld). He has written extensively on Economics of Innovation, Management of Technology, R&D Management, History of Technology. His research publications include more than three hundred papers in several disciplines.

 

Research Fields

 List of Publications

  • Sources and measurement of technical change
  • Emerging technological trajectories (properties and characteristics)
  • Impact of innovation on economic, industrial, corporate and social change
  • Patterns of international research collaboration in scientific fields (temporal and spatial analysis)
  • Managerial, organizational behaviour and measurement of performances in public research labs

Evolution and convergence of the patterns of international scientific collaboration

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