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Resilience and Ingenuity: Global Innovation Responses to Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly affected the ecosystems that spur innovation and creativity around the world. Innovators faced demand shocks, heightened uncertainty, far-reaching supply disruptions and a radical shift in the demand for new technologies. How did they respond?

A new eBook published by CEPR untangles how the Covid-19 shock shaped the innovation landscape of the world’s major economies, and how scientists, entrepreneurs and creative professionals responded to the crisis. The eBook’s 19 chapters – authored by institutional and academic economists – paint a picture of resilience and ingenuity. They not only document that innovation was at the centre of addressing the public health emergency, but also how the Covid-19 shock has unleashed a new entrepreneurship wave driven by digital technologies that has reshaped economic activity.

Join us for the virtual launch of this book, where the editors will present a brief overview of the findings followed by commentary from Jonathan Haskel and Bronwyn Hall and a live discussion.

Carsten Fink (Chief Economist, World Intellectual Property Organisation)
Yann Ménière (Chief Economist, European Patent Office)
Andrew Toole (Chief Economist, US Patent and Trademark Office)
Reinhilde Veugelers (Professor, KU Leuven and CEPR)

Jonathan Haskel (Professor of Economics, Imperial College Business School and CEPR)
Bronwyn Hall (Emerita Professor, UC Berkeley)

Tim Phillips (Journalist)

Jul 13, 2022 03:00 PM in Paris

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