Patent Transaction Trends in Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing describes a type of Internet-based computing that provides access to shared computer processing resources. Cloud users store and process data to run diverse sets of software applications on shared computing systems. Cloud computing allows to run performance intensive processes on demand. This avoids up-front infrastructure costs and possibilities to scale up or scale down systems as to user traffic. Pay as you go models enable users to quickly get applications up and Read more

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These German-speaking economists, economic journalists and bloggers have the greatest influence on Twitter.

Pos. 78: Knut Blind – TU Berlin – “Professor for Innovation Economics at TU Berlin affiliated to the Fraunhofer Institute of Open Communication Systems FOKUS” Pos. 69: Axel Mangelsdorf – TU Berlin – “Economist and Consultant interested in #InternationalTrade, #InnovationEconomics, #Standards, #TTIP, National Quality Infrastructure, #WTO, #Malawi, #Tajikistan” Have a look at the whole ranking: Read more

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Two student assistant vacancies

The Chair of Innovation Economics is seeking to employ a student assistants (41 h/month) beginning 1st of February 2017 to support work in the EU-funded research project „STAR4BBI: Standards and Regulations for the Bio-based Industry“. Furthermore, the Chair of Innovation Economics is seeking to employ a student assistant (41 h/month) beginning 1st of April 2017 to support the organization and preparation of lectures and tutorials for the Chair’s curriculum. More informations at: Read more

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Best Paper Award won at the International Public Procurement Conference

The Seventh International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC) was held August 3-5 in Bali, Indonesia. Hundreds of participants from around the world came to share learnings and best practices on public purchasing. The conference is held biannually, and is the largest international public procurement conference globally dedicated to academic discussion and practitioner engagement. More than 75 presentations were given from practitioners and academia, and findings shared from economic and Read more

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16th Conference of the International Schumpeter Society 2016, Montréal, Canada

By organizing a biennial conference, the International Schumpeter Society (ISS) brings together research that is of interest in the spirit of Joseph A. Schumpeter. Representatives from an international research community discuss current topics and present latest research related to innovation and evolutionary economics. This year’s ISS conference was organized and hosted by Prof. Jorge Niosi (University of Québec) in the beautiful city of Montréal, Canada for three days, from July 6th to Read more

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