EMAEE 2009: Evolution, Behavior and Organizations
EMAEE is an international conference focusing on young researchers (PhD students and post-docs). EMAEE provides a unique opportunity to discuss the latest insights and methods in applied evolutionary economics and innovation studies with top international scholars.
Evolutionary economics is a leading paradigm for research into innovation, organizations, and industrial dynamics. Beyond these fields, evolutionary economics provides a general approach to the study of emergent novelty and dynamic change in the economy. Plenary speakers at EMAEE 2009 explored commonalities with the neighboring fields and disciplines – in particular behavioral economics, organization and management science, and historiography.
EMAEE 2011 will be organized by Luigi Marengo and Alessandro Nuvolari at the Sant' Anna School in Pisa (Italy).
Invited Speakers of EMAEE 2009:
- Markus Becker (University of Southern Denmark)
- Uwe Cantner (Friedrich Schiller University)
- Herbert Dawid (University of Bielefeld)
- Lee Fleming (Harvard Business School)
- Werner Güth (Max Planck Institute of Economics)
- Steven Klepper (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Francesco Lissoni (Bocconi University)
- Paul Nightingale (University of Sussex)
- Bart Nooteboom (University of Tilburg)
- Olav Sorenson (University of Toronto)
Advisory Committee of EMAEE 2009:
- David Audretsch (Max Planck Institute of Economics)
- Giorgio Fagiolo (Sant’Anna School)
- Koen Frenken (University of Utrecht)
- Werner Hoelzl (Wifo)
- Franco Malerba (Bocconi University)
- Stan Metcalfe (University of Manchester)
- Andreas Pyka (University of Bremen)
- Pier Paolo Saviotti (University of Grenoble)
- Paul Windrum (Manchester Metropolitan University)
- Ulrich Witt (Max Planck Institute of Economics)
EMAEE 2009 was organized under the patronage of Dr. Albrecht Schröter (Mayor, City of Jena).
Organization of EMAEE 2009:
Guido Buenstorf (Max Planck Institute of Economics)