Resilience and ingenuity : global innovation responses to Covid-19
By: Fink, Carsten
Contributor(s): Ménière, Yann | Toole, Andrew A | Veugelers, Reinhilde | Centre for Economic Policy Research | European Patent Office | United States Patent and Trademark Office | World Intellectual Property OrganizationPublisher: July 2022Description: vii, 236pISBN: 9781912179626Subject(s): Innovation (Technological) -- economics | Patent filing -- trends | Trade mark applications -- trends | Intellectual property -- statistics | Research and developmentGenre/Form: Report part Online Resources: E-Resource Local URL: SNIPER Full Text In: Resilience and Ingenuity: Global Innovation Responses to Covid-19 July 2022, vii, 236 p.
Includes a chapter authored by Michael Falk, Haiyang Zhang, Brodie Dobson-Keeffe, Catriona Bruce and Pushpika Wijesinghe
Sniper Electronic Document/Report Paper
Accessed 5 August 2022.
Explores how the Covid-19 shock shaped the innovation landscape of the world’s major economies; how scientists, entrepreneurs and creative professionals responded to the crisis; and how this response differed across regions, sectors, and industries. The eBook’s 19 chapters – authored by leading institutional and academic economists – paint a picture of resilience and ingenuity. They not only document that innovation, although also hit by the restrictions imposed during the pandemic, was nevertheless at the centre of addressing the public health emergency, but also how the Covid-19 shock has unleashed a new entrepreneurship wave driven by digital technologies that has reshaped economic activity.
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