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Financing Technology Transfer

Jacques Darcy, Helmut Kraemer-Eis, Dominique Guellec, Olivier Debande
2009 Social Science Research Network  
EIF, Dominique Guellec (Dominique.guellec@oecd.org) is in charge of the productivity and innovation unit at OECD; Olivier Debande (o.debande@eib.org) works on cohesion and innovation policies in the Projects  ...  ABSTRACT Jacques Darcy (darcy@eif.org) heads product development and incubation at European Investment Fund (EIF); Helmut Krämer-Eis (h.kraemer-eis@eif.org) is head of research and market analysis at the  ...  across firm boundaries to optimise the use of internal and external sources of innovation.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1846344 fatcat:xokl7a3ixzdtndbsmmoqzxjcma

Practices and technology deployment for efficiency

Stephen Axon, Rosita Aiesha, John Morrissey
2017 Zenodo  
The historically poor adoption rates of viable solutions suggest that a gap continues to exist between the availability of technically feasible, cost effective, and energy efficient products and what is  ...  This contradicts rational economic theoretical expectations of what should be occurring and further demonstrates the energy efficiency paradox.  ...  targets across the EU.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3479216 fatcat:t37dhtmgcbha7egrfyjarfzape

Energy Technological Review

Alberto Landini, Tommaso Zerbi, John Morrissey, Stepehen Axon
2016 Zenodo  
Through these steps, evidence on the technological elements of the Energy Supply Chain is produced, enabling a fuller understanding of this aspect of the energy regime, and presenting a critical part of  ...  D2.2 focuses on the technical /technological elements of the Energy Socio-Technical regime, to contribute significant and robust evidence on what constitutes a regime.  ...  The latest directive that regulates building efficiency, in order to reach the Roadmap2050 targets, is the 2012/27/EU, which defines a series of common measures for energy efficiency promotion across the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3479264 fatcat:zhsow6pnsfd2tlj7bkyrepnnnq

International Trade and Investment Law and Carbon Management Technologies

Nigel Bankes, Anatole Boute, Steve Charnovitz, Shi-Ling Hsu, Sarah McCalla, Nicholas Rivers, Liz Whitsitt
2012 Social Science Research Network  
International Investment Law and the Regulatory "Chill".  ...  Howse & Elizabeth Tuerk, The WTO Impact on Internal Regulations -A Case Study of Canada -EC Asbestos Dispute, in THE EU AND THE WTO: LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES 283 (G. de Burca & J.  ...  The focus in this paper has been on CMTs in the upstream energy production sectors, though the analysis in this paper has wide application across a number of different emitting industries and countries  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2171054 fatcat:yblsqmxaczgrrlksqncbh7nfva

Foreign entry and spillovers with technological incompatibilities in the supply chain

Juan Carluccio, Thibault Fally
2013 Journal of International Economics  
It benefits foreign firms and the most productive downstream domestic firms that adopt the foreign technology, and negatively affects firms using the domestic technology.  ...  Does foreign entry improve host country productivity and welfare? Previous studies have looked at the role of backward linkages with domestic suppliers and their effects on domestic competitors.  ...  measure of suppliers of M-type inputs and smaller measure of suppliers of D-type inputs) and a larger relative mass of downstream firms using the M-technology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jinteco.2012.08.004 fatcat:dxroum5tvvbzbk2acuwwcnky4a

Foreign Entry and Spillovers with Technological Incompatibilities in the Supply Chain

Juan Carluccio, Thibault Fally
2012 Social Science Research Network  
It benefits foreign firms and the most productive downstream domestic firms that adopt the foreign technology, and negatively affects firms using the domestic technology.  ...  Does foreign entry improve host country productivity and welfare? Previous studies have looked at the role of backward linkages with domestic suppliers and their effects on domestic competitors.  ...  measure of suppliers of M-type inputs and smaller measure of suppliers of D-type inputs) and a larger relative mass of downstream firms using the M-technology.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2180710 fatcat:grf6cddq6nfb7iybtt4www5fpe

How to decarbonise international shipping: Options for fuels, technologies and policies

Paul Balcombe, James Brierley, Chester Lewis, Line Skatvedt, Jamie Speirs, Adam Hawkes, Iain Staffell
2019 Energy Conversion and Management  
Section 5 evaluates the impact of various energy efficiency measures, before the policy mechanisms to achieve emissions reductions are assessed in terms of current status and future potential.  ...  Lowest-cost policy options should be fuel-or technology-agnostic, internationally applied and will require action now to ensure targets are met by 2050. reduction potential of energy efficiency measures  ...  Funding through the EPSRC project EP/R045518/1 is gratefully acknowledged. Note that funding bodies were not involved in the design, implementation or reporting of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enconman.2018.12.080 fatcat:r4z4chq7ljf7tgrer23dgojiq4

Inverse Enclosure: Abdicating the Green Technology Landscape

Daniel R. Cahoy
2012 American Business Law Journal  
Given the importance of technology areas like alternative energy, understanding the risks of inverse enclosure is necessary for both industry and government.  ...  and use requirements.  ...  Overall, the evidence suggests that U.S. subsidies have had an impact and resulted in a more robust renewable fuel industry. 41 the success is efficient in terms of its economic cost and likelihood  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-1714.2012.01142.x fatcat:2w5wdhaiqzaj7dqpitbfr2ohgi

PV and CSP solar technologies & desalination: economic analysis

M.A. Darwish, H.K. Abdulrahim, A.S. Hassan, A.A. Mabrouk
2015 Desalination and Water Treatment  
By spring 2011, there is evidence of stronger R&D activity in some non-EU countries, namely in China, South Korea, India, Japan and the US.  ...  A conclusion on this matter is that the EU does not currently seem to under-invest in these technologies but recent trends indicate a likely challenge on this over the medium term.  ...  In these sectors, bottom-up company-data were collected, market supply and demand factors addressed, the regulatory framework examined, and EU industry compared against its main competitors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19443994.2015.1084533 fatcat:nmfrnfqdqfdqlpgsggf3uurmqq

Diversely moving towards a green economy: Techno-organisational decarbonisation trajectories and environmental policy in EU sectors

Massimiliano Mazzanti, Ugo Rizzo
2017 Technological forecasting & social change  
Acknowledgements The article is based on work carried out in the following research project: 'Climate changes in the Mediterranean area: scenarios, mitigation policies and technological innovation' funded  ...  .eu).  ...  These other measures include the imposition of regulations or the development of specific quotas, such as renewable quotas, and the generation and adoption of organisational innovations, which mainly refer  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2016.09.026 fatcat:htibdqn3tjg5nokgbjk62ecu2q

Heterogeneous policies, heterogeneous technologies: The case of renewable energy

Francesco Nicolli, Francesco Vona
2016 Energy Economics  
For the EU countries and the years 1980 to 2007, we built a 24 unique dataset containing information on patent production in eight different technologies, proxies of market 25 regulation and technology-specific  ...  needed 236 to imitate the leading-edge technologies. 237 Sanyal and Ghosh (2013) investigate how the deregulation of the US 238 electricity market affected the patenting propensity of upstream equip-239  ...  Thus, it can be regarded as a proxy for the structure of 293 the upstream electric equipment manufacturer industry.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2016.03.007 fatcat:q7vx4nduw5eyln3r55kyc6qane

Sustainable Phosphorus Measures: Strategies and Technologies for Achieving Phosphorus Security

Dana Cordell, Stuart White
2013 Agronomy  
While the timeline of phosphorus scarcity is contested, there is consensus that more efficient use and recycling of phosphorus is required.  ...  world's food systems against the long and short-term impacts of global phosphorus scarcity.  ...  The analysis of barriers to the uptake of resource efficiency measures, and the policy tools, or instruments that are needed to overcome those barriers can be generalized across a range of resource issues  ... 
doi:10.3390/agronomy3010086 fatcat:fwccvoyganhotkqo55ntvwjjay

Antitrust and Information Technologies

Herbert J. Hovenkamp
2014 Social Science Research Network  
when patents competed. 90 When two things are complements, such as hardware and software, they are efficiently used together.  ...  Technological change can both facilitate and undermine the use of information to facilitate anticompetitive practices.  ...  . 80 Such agreements most generally arise in the context of standard setting organizations, particularly in industries such as digital video technology or cellular phones, where compatibility and ability  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2531689 fatcat:nooe5zk74rhxrd533zsgj4jqbq

New Technologies and Firm Organization: The Case of Electronic Traceability Systems in French Agribusiness

Danielle Galliano, Luis Orozco
2013 Industry and Innovation  
in terms of managerial practices, information systems and contractual relations, as well as the strengthening of the intermediate levels in the hierarchy.  ...  We use data from the French "Organizational Changes and Computerization" survey from 2006.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are very grateful to the two anonymous reviewers, to Eric Cahuzac and to the participants at the EAEPE Annual Conference in Amsterdam and the ISDA International Meeting in  ... 
doi:10.1080/13662716.2013.761379 fatcat:k3tfc4dplbczpesn74vzgre5aa

GLOBAL EXPERIMENTALIST GOVERNANCE, INTERNATIONAL LAW AND CLIMATE CHANGE TECHNOLOGIES

Chiara Armeni
2015 International and Comparative Law Quarterly  
This article investigates the opportunities and barriers to developing global experimentalist governance approaches in the international regulation of climate change technologies, focusing on the recent  ...  AbstractGlobal experimentalist governance has emerged within and across a number of international regulatory regimes, but its potential contribution to the global governance of climate change remains largely  ...  imposition of the rules governing the EU Emission Trading Scheme to emissions of greenhouse gases generated abroad. 37 Finally, non-state actors (e.g. industry, the scientific community, consumers and  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0020589315000408 fatcat:kaalbbs4jbgrjlpxun5ciuzg5a
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