Chair in Economic Policy offers a strong research environment with other universities and institutions. The research group KIT/BETA is one of the scientific initiative between German and French universities. Chair in Economic Policy (KIT) and the Faculty of Economics and Management of University of Strasbourg (BETA) jointly organize workshops and conferences under the Helmholtz International Research Group. Thanks to diverse academic backgrounds of the members, the research group KIT/BETA maintains a well-functioning network and develops theoretical and empirical studies in the field of economics with a special focus on knowledge creation.
The Research Group KIT/BETA
|2d BETA-Workshop in Economics of Science and Innovation||
The workshop is going to take place at the 17th and 18th of october 2018 in Straßburg, France. More Information here.
|6th KIT/BETA research workshop||
The 6th research workshop between KIT and the University of Strasbourg / BETA takes place on December 15th, 2017 at the University of Strasbourg. The workshop-program is available here.
|5th KIT/BETA research workshop||
The 5th research workshop between KIT and the University of Strasbourg / BETA takes place on March 21-22th, 2017 at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology. The workshop schedule is available here.
|4th KIT/BETA research workshop||
The 4th research workshop between KIT and the University of Strasbourg / BETA takes place on October 19th 2016 at the University of Strasbourg. The workshop schedule is available here.
|3rd KIT/BETA research workshop||
The 3rd research workshop between KIT and the University of Strasbourg / BETA takes place on March 24th 2016 at the University of Strasbourg. The workshop schedule is available here.
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|2nd KIT/BETA research workshop||
The workshop organized by the University of Strasborg / BETA and KIT took place on November 20th 2015 at the University of Strasbourg. The programme is available here.
|1st EAEPE – RA[X] Workshop||
On November 2-3, 2015 Ivan Savin and Vladimir Korzinov attended the 1st EAEPE – RA[X] Workshop and contributed with an interactive workshop on the topic "General purpose technologies as an emergent property – introduction and applications".
|9th Jena Summer Academy||
On August 7th 2015 Ivan Savin will present ongoing research work on the topic "Pervasive enough? General Purpose Technologies as an Emergent Property" within the 9th Jena Summer Academy on 'Innovation and Uncertainty'.
|1st KIT/BETA research workshop||
On July 13th, 2015 a one day workshop of the KIT/BETA research group will take place. Among participants are Ingrid Ott, Ivan Savin and Vladimir Korzinov (all from KIT) and Patrick Llerena, Robin Cowan, Andre Lorentz, Moritz Müller and Stefano Bianchini (all from BETA). The group will discuss ongoing research projects and plans for further activities.
From May 2015 the KIT research group is a member of the the German Network for New Economic Dynamics (GENED), which united researchers from Germany working on the development and application of computational models of economic dynamics based on interacting heterogeneous agents. On 28-29th of September 2015 Ivan Savin and Vladimir Korzinov will attend the annual meeting of that network and present ongoing projects.
|9th Kiel Institute Summer School on Economic Policy||
During 15th-19th of June, 2015 Ingrid Ott and Vladimir Korzinov will discuss with other summer school participants the role of innovation for growth and employment during the 9th Kiel Institute Summer School on Economic Policy.
Joint research project with Johannes Herrmann on "Evolution of the electricity market in Germany: Identifying policy implications by an agent-based model" has been accepted for presentation at the Annual Congress of the German Economic Association to be held in Münster in September 2015.
On 1st of June 2015 Ivan Savin presented a work in progress titled "Replicator dynamics in value chains: explaining some puzzles of market selection" at the 2015 European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE) in Maastricht.
Ivan Savin joined the KIT/BETA group as a new postdoc.