James Bessen, TPRI Executive Director’s, new article “How Software Stifles Competition and Innovation” in Communications of the ACM, Volume 66, Issue 10, October 2023 pp 34–36.
Rena Conti, TPRI’s Faculty Director will lead the Opportunities for Biotechnology to Improve Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Resiliency pilot project (one of six pilot projects) in the National Network for Critical Technology Assessment.The project will systematically assess vulnerabilities in the supply chain of essential medicines and identify opportunities to improve supply chain resiliency. As part of […]
By Diego Dabed, Sabrina Genz and Emilie Rademakers
Technology changes the demand for different skills. Automation, for example, eliminates some routine tasks, reducing the demand for related skills.
By Maarten Goos
During the US-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC) in late September 2021 in Pittsburgh, both the US and European Commission expressed strong interest in working on a joint study to assess the potential impact of Artificial Intelligence on our workforces.
By Po-Hsuan Hsu, Yiqing Lü, Hong Wu, and Yuhai Xuan
Under the escalating global technology competition, corporate innovation activities play a critical role in determining firms’ future growth and survival.
By Michael Meurer
By Felix Poege
Knowledge generation is increasingly pursued in collaboration. The success of such collaborative efforts is grounded in the joint use of “team-specific capital”.
By Felix Poege
IG Farben used to be the world’s largest chemical company and a major innovator – until it was broken up in one of the largest antitrust events in history.
By Jeremy Watson , Megan MacGarvie, and John McKeon
Technological change has led to a rapid and dramatic evolution of business models in copyright-intensive industries, especially in the music industry.
By Melanie Arntz, Cäcilia Lipowski, Guido Neidhöfer and Ulrich Zierahn-Weilage
The effect of social background on professional success decreases when technological change is strong.