May 10 2012

Seminar on International Cooperation in R&D to Reduce Emissions: The Role of Spillovers and Absorptive Capacity

Melanie Heugues, FEEM Marie Curie research fellow, presents a study focusing on the interaction between two important forms of international cooperation: the one on clean energy technologies and the one on global environmental externalities. Differently from the precedent literature, the role of the ability of one country to absorb spillovers from other countries (absortive capacity) and its dependence on R&D spending are here at the core of the analysis.

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei

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