Fulvio Castellacci

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Positions

Director, TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo, 2014–2018.

Research Professor, Department of International Economics, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (2009–).

Head of Department, Department of International Economics, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (2007–2014).

Postdoctoral fellow, TIK Centre, University of Oslo, 2004–2006.

Doctoral fellow, TIK Centre, University of Oslo, 2000–2004.

 

Education

PhD in Economics, University of Rome La Sapienza, June 2005.

PhD in Innovation Studies, TIK Centre, University of Oslo, September 2004.

Master in Quantitative Methods for Economics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, 2000.

Laurea (Summa cum laude) in Economics, University of Rome La Sapienza, 1998.

 

Teaching activities

Coordinator of TIK and ESST Master programs, TIK Centre, University of Oslo (2015-).

Emneord: Economics of innovation, R&D and innovation policy, Economic growth and development, Innovation in industries, Innovation in firms, Well-being

Publikasjoner

 

Articles in journals

Bodas, I., Castellacci, F., Fontana, R., Malerba, F. and Vezzulli, A. (2016): "Sectors and the additionality effects of R&D tax credits: A cross-country microeconometric analysis", Research Policy.
 
Enger, S. and Castellacci, F. (2016): "Who gets Horizon 2020 research grants? Propensity to apply and probability to succeed in a two-step analysis", Scientometrics.

Castellacci, F. and Natera, J.M. (2015): “Innovation, Absorptive Capacity and Growth Heterogeneity: Development Paths in Latin America 1970-2010”, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics.

Castellacci, F. and Pons. S. (2015): “Towards a New Innovation Policy in Cuba: Proposal for the Introduction of a R&D Fiscal Incentive Program”, Science and Public Policy.

Castellacci, F. and Lie, C. (2015): “Do the effects of R&D tax credits vary across industries? A meta-regression analysis”, Research Policy.

Castellacci, F. (2015): “Institutional Voids or Entry Barriers? Business Groups, Innovation and Market Development in Latin America”, World Development.

Castellacci, F. and Mahmood, P. (2015): “Business groups in Emerging Economies: Introduction to the Special Issue”, Review of Economics and Institutions.

Castellacci, F. (2015): “Group Affiliation and Firms’ Export Intensity: A Cross-Country Study”, Review of Economics and Institutions.

Castellacci, F., Los, B. and de Vries, G. (2014): “Sectoral productivity trends: Convergence islands in oceans of divergence”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics.

Castellacci, F. and Fevolden, A. (2014): “How are Defence Companies Responding to EU Defence and Security Market Liberalization? A Comparative Study of Norway and Sweden”, Journal of European Public Policy.

Castellacci, F. and Natera, J.M. (2013): “The dynamics of national innovation systems: a panel cointegration analysis of the coevolution between innovative capability and absorptive capacity”, Research Policy.

Castellacci, F. (2013): “Service firms heterogeneity, international collaborations and export participation”, Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade.

Blom, M., Castellacci, F. and Fevolden, A. (2013): “The trade-off between innovation and defence industrial policy”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Blom, M., Castellacci, F. and Fevolden, A. (2013): “Defence Firms Facing Liberalization: Innovation and Export in an Agent-based Model of the Defence Industry”, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory.

Castellacci, F. and Fevolden, A. (2011): “Capable companies or changing markets? Explaining the export performance of firms in the defence industry”, Defence and Peace Economics.

Castellacci, F. (2011): “Service innovation and the proximity-concentration trade-off model of trade and FDI”, Economics of Innovation and New Technology.

Castellacci, F. (2011): “Closing the technology gap?”, Review of Development Economics.

Castellacci, F. (2011): “How does competition affect the relationship between innovation and productivity? Estimation of a CDM model for Norway”, Economics of Innovation and New Technology.

Castellacci, F. and Natera, J. M. (2011): “A new panel dataset for cross-country analysis of national systems, growth and development, Innovation and Development.

Castellacci, F. (2010): “Structural change and the growth of industrial sectors: Empirical test of a GPT model”, Review of Income and Wealth.

Castellacci, F. and Zheng, J. (2010): “Technological regimes, Schumpeterian patterns of innovation and firm-level productivity growth”, Industrial and Corporate Change.

Castellacci, F. (2010): “The internationalization of firms in the service industries: Channels, determinants and sectoral patterns”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Castellacci, F. (2009): “The interactions between national systems and sectoral patterns of innovation: A cross-country analysis of Pavitt’s taxonomy”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics.

Castellacci, F. (2008): “Technological Paradigms, Regimes and Trajectories: Manufacturing and Service Industries in a New Taxonomy of Sectoral Patterns of Innovation”, Research Policy.

Castellacci, F. (2008): “Innovation in Norway in a European Perspective”, Nordic Journal of Political Economy.

Castellacci, F. and Archibugi, D. (2008): “The technology-clubs: The Distribution of Knowledge Across Nations”, Research Policy.

Castellacci, F. (2008): “Technology clubs, technology gaps and growth trajectories”, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics.

Castellacci, F. (2008): “Innovation and the competitiveness of industries: Comparing the mainstream and the evolutionary approaches”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 75: 984-1006.

Castellacci, F. (2007): “Technological regimes and sectoral differences in productivity growth”, Industrial and Corporate Change.

Castellacci, F. (2007): “Evolutionary and new growth theories. Are they converging?”, Journal of Economic Surveys.

Castellacci, F. (2006): “A critical realist interpretation of evolutionary growth theorizing”, Cambridge Journal of Economics.

Castellacci, F. (2006): “Innovation, diffusion and catching up in the fifth long wave”, Futures.

Castellacci, F. and Alvarez, I. (2006): “Innovation, diffusion and cumulative causation: Changes in the Spanish growth regime, 1960-2001”, International Review of Applied Economics.

Castellacci, F., Grodal S., Mendonca S., and Wibe M. (2005): “Advances and challenges in Innovation Studies”, Journal of Economic Issues.

Castellacci, F. (2004): “A neo-Schumpeterian approach to why growth rates differ”, Revue Economique.

Cappelen A., Castellacci, F., Fagerberg J. and Verspagen, B. (2003): “The impact of regional support on growth and convergence in the European Union”, Journal of Common Market Studies.

Castellacci, F. (2002): “Technology-gap and cumulative growth: models and outcomes”, International Review of Applied Economics.

 

Books

Bull, B., Castellacci, F., and Kasahara, Y. (2014): Varieties of Peripheral Capitalism: Strategies and Performance of Business Groups in Central America, Palgrave Macmillan.

Castellacci, F. and Fevolden, A. (2015): Innovation and Liberalization in the EU Defence Sector: A Small Country Perspective, Edward Elgar.

 

Publisert 9. sep. 2014 14:11 - Sist endret 23. sep. 2016 13:36

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