Mariia Shkolnykova

Mariia Shkolnykova
Universität Bremen | Uni Bremen · Faculty 07: Business Studies and Economics

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Introduction
I am an economist, working in the field of economics of innovation and structural change. I am especially interested in innovation emergence and diffusion, especially for the case of new technologies. My interests also include new indicators, measuring innovation, especially ones based on textual data. I am always open to new topics and methods.

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Gesamtheit aller Patentanmeldungen und -erteilungen in der DDR, die im Zeitraum zwischen dem 1.1.1939 (Anmeldung vor, aber Erteilung in der DDR) und dem 29.06.2006 (Anmeldung in, aber Erteilung nach der DDR) vom Amt für Erfindungs- und Patentwesen (AfEP, später: Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt/DPMA) veröffentlicht wurden. Der Kerndatensatz umfasst...
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This paper contributes to the discussion on exploration and exploitation by analyzing the innovation behavior of SMEs and large firms during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. It provides a novel way to measure the type of firm innovation behavior in a dynamically changing environment. After collecting news articles about innovatio...
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Radical innovations are of key importance from an economic point of view since they bear the potential to trigger the emergence of new technological trends and fuel economic prosperity while simultaneously causing far-reaching structural change processes. In this paper we focus on the transfer channels of radical innovations launched by small and m...
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This paper investigates the impact of applicant and inventor team composition on patent commercialization in form of product creation. It outlines the importance of applicant and inventor team characteristics, i.e. specifically, size and internationality, on the speed of market authorization of a patent-related product and on the product quality. T...
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It is a challenge to empirically investigate rapidly developing situations. An economic crisis is such a situation in which firms exit, enter, and create new business models. The current pandemic has caused a turbulent situation with hardship, but at the same time with creative potential of innovative change. It calls for empirical analyses, but fi...
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Das regionale Innovationsgeschehen ist in Zeiten der COVID-19-Pandemie mit großen Unsicherheiten beispielsweise in Bezug auf die Arbeitsplatzsicherheit, Einkommenssituation sowie gesundheitliche und gesamtwirtschaftliche Entwicklungen konfrontiert. Prioritäten und Ziele müssen in einer Krise überprüft und an die neue Situation angepasst werden. Dab...
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The interdependence of science and technology has been of high interest for researchers from different fields for several decades now. As they represent different means of knowledge output protection, patents and research articles generally have different reasons for creation and different audiences. However, some of the inventors may be interested...
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Radical innovations by definition have a great influence on the future of the existing economic systems. It means that not only radical innovators, but also other stakeholders can experience their impact. The factors, influencing the direction and strength of this impact are far from being understood. Early appropriation of radical innovator's know...
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Nowadays environmental and climate issues have brought the topic of bioeconomy to the political agenda around the world. Plant-based bioeconomy (pBE) has a key role in securing sustainable supplies of energy, food and raw materials for increasingly aging and growing societies. However, the technological roots and development path of pBE are far fro...

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The project empirically investigates the development of the broad field of Bioeconomy out of the relatively specialized field of Biotech in Germany. Using patent and firm level data for network and citation analyses, major technological pathes will be detected for the time period of 1995 to 2015. Furthermore, data on R&D funding will be used to analyse the relationship between public funding and the development of the above mentioned major technological paths. The project will contribute to a better understanding of the emergence of the Bioeconomy in Germany, the role of public funding and corporate success factors. Results of the project will also be discussed in the context of the National Research Strategy Bioeconomy 2030. The project is jointly conducted with the University of Greifswald, Germany. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Science and Education (BMBF).