The Demographics of Innovation

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  • Author : James Liang
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Pages : 264 pages
  • ISBN : 111940892X
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The Demographics of Innovation

The Demographics of Innovation
  • Author : James Liang
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 06 February 2018
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Machine generated contents note: Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction Part I: Theory and Policy Chapter 1: Global Demographic Trends Chapter 2: Demographics and Innovation Chapter 3: Demographics and the Economy Chapter 4: Resource and Environment Chapter 5: Public Policy Part II: The Race of Innovation Chapter 6: Japan Chapter 7: China Chapter 8: The United States of America Chapter 9: Europe Chapter 10: India Conclusion Epilogue: Historical Competition Among Civilizations: An Essay on Transportation Technology, Demographics and the Race of Innovation References Index

The Demographics of Innovation

The Demographics of Innovation
  • Author : James Jianzhang Liang
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  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Machine generated contents note: Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction Part I: Theory and Policy Chapter 1: Global Demographic Trends Chapter 2: Demographics and Innovation Chapter 3: Demographics and the Economy Chapter 4: Resource and Environment Chapter 5: Public Policy Part II: The Race of Innovation Chapter 6: Japan Chapter 7: China Chapter 8: The United States of America Chapter 9: Europe Chapter 10: India Conclusion Epilogue: Historical Competition Among Civilizations: An Essay on Transportation Technology, Demographics and the Race of Innovation References Index

The demographics of innovation and asset returns

The demographics of innovation and asset returns
  • Author : Nicolae Garleanu,Leonid Kogan,Stavros Panageas
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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We study asset-pricing implications of innovation in a general-equilibrium overlapping-generations economy. Innovation increases the competitive pressure on existing firms and workers, reducing the profits of existing firms and eroding the human capital of older workers. Due to the lack of inter-generational risk sharing, innovation creates a systematic risk factor, which we call "displacement risk.'' This risk helps explain several empirical patterns, including the existence of the growth-value factor in returns, the value premium, and the high equity premium. We

Demographics and Innovation in the Asia Pacific

Demographics and Innovation in the Asia Pacific
  • Author : Karen Eggleston,Joon-Shik Park,Gi-Wook Shin
  • Publisher : Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center
  • Release : 30 March 2021
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Demographic transition, along with the economic and geopolitical re-emergence of Asia, are two of the largest forces shaping the twenty-first century, but little is known about the implications for innovation. The countries of East Asia have some of the oldest age structures on the planet: between now and 2050, the population that is age 65 and older will increase to more than one in four Chinese, and to more than one in three Japanese and Koreans. Other economies with younger populations, like

Educational Research and Innovation Higher Education to 2030 Volume 1 Demography

Educational Research and Innovation Higher Education to 2030  Volume 1  Demography
  • Author : OECD
  • Publisher : OECD Publishing
  • Release : 11 December 2008
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Demographic changes increasingly shape social policies as most OECD populations are ageing and include more migrants and “minorities”. Japan and Korea have already started to see their enrolments in tertiary education decline, but other countries ...

The Silver Market Phenomenon

The Silver Market Phenomenon
  • Author : Florian Kohlbacher,Cornelius Herstatt
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 17 September 2008
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TheSilverMarketPhenomenon In the developed countries, the dominant factor in the next society will be something to which most people are only beginning to pay attention: the rapid growth in the older po- lation and the rapid shrinking of the younger generation. Peter F. Drucker The current shift in demographics – aging and shrinking populations – in many countries around the world presents a major challenge to companies and societies alike. As a matter of fact, this is true both for a number

Fuel of Interest and Fire of Genius

Fuel of Interest and Fire of Genius
  • Author : Michael Jeffrey Andrews
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Consistent with this decrease being driven by a disruption of informal social interactions, the patenting rate for men decreased more than that for women in previously wet counties. In Chapter 3, my coauthors and I match the Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Patents from 1870 to 1940 to the corresponding U.S. Federal Population Censuses. This matching procedure provides a rich set of demographic information on a comprehensive set of inventors, allowing us to answer the fundamental question of who invents. We

Analysis of the Acceptance by Dublin s Population of Technological Innovation by Age Demographic Using AV and SAV as Examples

Analysis of the Acceptance by Dublin s Population of Technological Innovation by Age Demographic  Using AV and SAV as Examples
  • Author : Ciara Sugden
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Autonomous vehicle technology is the next frontier of Dublin's mobility sector, with plans formulated governmentally under Smart Dublin initiates for the introduction of this technology in the next 5 years(Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, 2018).For this change to be successfully implementedand accepted by Dublin's population, it must first be understood what influences acceptance of technological innovation. Within this study, a person's travel priorities, impression of AV technology and level of knowledge of said technology was examined in relation to

The Silver Market Phenomenon

The Silver Market Phenomenon
  • Author : Florian Kohlbacher,Cornelius Herstatt
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 01 November 2010
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The current shift in demographics – aging and shrinking populations – in many countries around the world presents a major challenge to companies and societies alike. One particularly essential implication is the emergence and constant growth of the so-called “graying market” or “silver market”, the market segment more or less broadly defined as those people aged 50 and older. Increasing in number and share of the total population while at the same time being relatively well-off, this market segment can be seen as

Does America Need More Innovators

Does America Need More Innovators
  • Author : Matthew Wisnioski,Eric S. Hintz,Marie Stettler Kleine
  • Publisher : MIT Press
  • Release : 09 April 2019
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A critical exploration of today's global imperative to innovate, by champions, critics, and reformers of innovation. Corporate executives, politicians, and school board leaders agree—Americans must innovate. Innovation experts fuel this demand with books and services that instruct aspiring innovators in best practices, personal habits, and workplace cultures for fostering innovation. But critics have begun to question the unceasing promotion of innovation, pointing out its gadget-centric shallowness, the lack of diversity among innovators, and the unequal distribution of innovation's burdens

High Growth Enterprises in the COVID 19 Crisis Context

High Growth Enterprises in the COVID 19 Crisis Context
  • Author : C. Benedetti Fasil,Clemens Domnick,J. C. Del Río,P. Fákó,Florian Flachenecker,James P. Gavigan,M. L. Janiri,B. Stamenov,G. Testa
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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High growth enterprises (HGEs) make a disproportionately high contribution to job creation and economic growth. Through their frequently innovative, technology-based character, they also can have a significant impact on industrial renewal, sectoral productivity and regional competitiveness. This report - which follows on from a previous one published just before the outbreak of the COVID- 19 pandemic (Flachenecker et al., 2020) - examines the EU's economies through the lens of HGEs and those enterprises benefiting from venture capital investments which have the characteristics