Intangibles, Global Value Chains and Productivity Growth – GLOBALINTO workshop summary
Intangibles, Global Value Chains and Productivity Growth – Workshop summary
The role of the diffusion of knowledge across countries and the participation of firms in Global Value Chains (GVCs) has gained increasing attention in recent years. This workshop examines the relationship between intangibles, GVC participation and productivity. The workshop will include presentations of recent findings and of the newly constructed GLOBALINTO Input-Output Intangibles Database that contains data on intangibles (and additional related competitiveness metrics) from 56 2-digit NACE Rev.2 industries for EU-27 European Union and UK.
The workshop was held on the 13th of April 2021 and included presentations by project members Senior Research Fellow Felix Roth of the University of Hamburg, Associate Professor Aggelos Tsakanikas of the National Technical University of Athens and Professor Ahmed Bounfour and Postdoc and Alberto Nonnis of the University of Paris-Saclay.
See the workshop summary here
|14:00-14:10||Welcome and introduction
Hannu Piekkola, Professor, University of Vaasa, GLOBALINTO
|14:10-14:45||Revisiting intangible capital and labour productivity growth, 2000-2015 – Accounting for the crisis and economic recovery in the EU
Felix Roth, Senior Research Fellow, Chair for International Economics, University of Hamburg
|14:45-15:20||The role of intantangible assets and GVCs in European manufacturing competitiveness: Empirical evidence from the GLOBALINTO IO Intangibles database
Aggelos Tsakanikas, Associate Professor, Director of the Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics, National Technical University of Athens
|15:20-16:00||The combined contribution of intangible capital and global value chain participation to productivity
Ahmed Bounfour, Professor, European Chair on Intangibles, and Alberto Nonnis, Postdoc, University of Paris-Saclay