Welcome to the Chair in Economic Policy
Prof. Dr. Ingrid Ott is going to give a talk about the economic perspective on robotics and artificial intelligence. More information can be found here.
organized jointly by the Bureau d'Économie Théorique et Appliquée (BETA) , University of Strasbourg, and the Chair in Economic Policy at KIT
The program can be found here.
Today’s science and value creation processes are increasingly based not only on interacting people but also on objects, data, and software being connected to each other. While traditional knowledge flows are related to individuals, technical devices operate autonomously based on data which they produce, collect and exchange with each other. Combined with both development and application of modern methods of data analysis, the recent technological developments allow for a tremendous transformation across all sectors. New opportunities for innovation arise which crucially depend upon smart transformation of data into knowledge. New data analysis methods are relevant in at least two ways: They impact profoundly the economic processes that we study, and they expand remarkably our toolbox in economic and management research. Against this background, the BETA-KIT Spring Research Workshop provides a platform to discuss the relevance of these recent developments for economics of science and innovation. More information can be found here.
A research paper entitled "Dilution effects, population growth and economic growth under human capital accumulation and endogenous technological change" by Alberto Bucci, Levent Eraydin and Moritz Müller has been accepted for publication in an special issue of the Journal of Macroeconomics. You can find the working paper format of the paper here.
The research paper "Worker personality: another skill bias beyond education in the digital age" of Eckhardt Bode, Stephan Brunow, Ingrid Ott and Alina Sorgner has been published online in advance in the Scientific Journal German Economic Review.
A recent working paper with the title "Persönlichkeit und Arbeitsmarkterfolg in Zeiten der Digitalisierung: Welche Merkmale helfen" has been published by Ökonomenstimme
Der Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftspolitik (ECON) bietet im kommenden Wintersemester das Seminar „Datengetriebene Innovation und Wissenschaftskommunikation“ in Kooperation mit dem Teilinstitut Wissenschaftskommunikation (ITZ) an. Weitere Informationen finden Sie im WiWi-Portal.
You can find more information regarding the lectures in SoSe 2019 here and on ILIAS.