Globalization, Market economy, Technological change, Economic geography and Economy are her primary areas of study. Her study in Globalization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Competition, Public policy and International relations. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including New product development, Human resources, Innovation economics and Recession.
Knowledge management, Research based, Strengths and weaknesses, Country level and Regional science are fields of study that intersect with her Technological change research. Her research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Information and communication technologies for development, Information and Communications Technology, Human Development Report, Developing country and Index. Her work deals with themes such as Multinational corporation and Relevance, which intersect with Economic geography.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Globalization, Democracy, Political economy, Politics and Economic system. Globalization is integrated with Technological change and Context in her research. The various areas that Daniele Archibugi examines in her Democracy study include Global governance and International relations.
Her studies deal with areas such as Creative destruction, Market economy and Financial crisis as well as Economic system. Her studies examine the connections between Market economy and genetics, as well as such issues in Recession, with regards to Human resources. Her Developing country research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Index and Human Development Report.
Daniele Archibugi spends much of her time researching Politics, Political economy, Democracy, Intellectual property and Economic system. Daniele Archibugi combines subjects such as Empirical evidence and Economic expansion with her study of Politics. As a part of the same scientific study, Daniele Archibugi usually deals with the Democracy, concentrating on Global governance and frequently concerns with International relations.
Her Intellectual property study combines topics in areas such as Globalization, Public economics and Public good. Daniele Archibugi has included themes like Global studies and Engineering ethics in her Globalization study. Her Economic system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social change, Science policy, Sociological imagination and Intervention.
Daniele Archibugi focuses on Intellectual property, Public economics, Public good, Economic system and Public sector. Her Intellectual property study incorporates themes from Business studies, Globalization, International trade and Relevance. Her research integrates issues of Developing country and Enforcement in her study of Globalization.
Her Public economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Active learning, Global public good, Knowledge value chain, Consumption and Excludability. Her Economic system research incorporates themes from Political economy, Social innovation, Sociological imagination and Intervention. Her research investigates the connection between Public sector and topics such as Government that intersect with problems in Resource allocation.
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The globalisation of technology: a new taxonomy
Daniele Archibugi;Jonathan Michie.
Cambridge Journal of Economics (1995)
Measuring technological change through patents and innovation surveys
Daniele Archibugi;Mario Planta.
The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy
A New Indicator of Technological Capabilities for Developed and Developing Countries (ArCo)
Daniele Archibugi;Alberto Coco.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Patenting as an indicator of technological innovation: a review
Science and Public Policy (1992)
The globalizing learning economy
Daniele Archibugi;Bengt-Åke Lundvall.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
The Technological Specialization of Advanced Countries: A Report to the EEC on International Science and Technology Activities
Daniele Archibugi;Mario Pianta;Jacques Delors.
Measuring technological capabilities at the country level: A survey and a menu for choice
Daniele Archibugi;Daniele Archibugi;Alberto Coco.
Research Policy (2005)
Innovation in times of crisis: National Systems of Innovation, structure, and demand
Andrea Filippetti;Andrea Filippetti;Daniele Archibugi;Daniele Archibugi.
Research Policy (2011)
The globalisation of technology and its implications for developing countries: Windows of opportunity or further burden?
Daniele Archibugi;Carlo Pietrobelli.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2003)
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