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Research Interests
 
Technological change and economic development, Sustainable development, Paradigm shift, Knowledge dynamics, Industrial dynamics 
 
 
 
Biography
 
I graduated in 2004 at Bocconi University (cum laude) and obtained my PhD in 2009 at the University of Milan. In fall 2006, I have been visiting PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
 
From 2010 to 2013 I have worked as post-doc fellow at the GREThA institute (University of Bordeaux) and, later, at the BETA institute (University of Strasbourg). Since 2013, I am associate professor (maître de conférences) in economics at the University of Lorraine (Polytech Nancy) and researcher at the BETA institute (University of Strasbourg, University of Lorraine, CNRS).
 
 
 
Publications in peer-reviewed journals
 
Epicoco M., Technological revolutions and economic development : endogenous and exogenous fluctuations. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, forthcoming.
 
Epicoco M. (2016), Patterns of innovation and organizational demography in emerging sustainable fields : An analysis of the chemical sector. Research Policy, 45(2), 427-441.
 
Epicoco M., Oltra V. and Saint Jean M. (2014), Knowledge dynamics and sources of eco-innovation : Mapping the Green Chemistry community. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 81, 388–402.
 
Epicoco M. (2013), Knowledge patterns and sources of leadership : mapping the semiconductor miniaturization trajectory. Research Policy, 42(1), 180-194.
 
 
 
Working papers
 
Epicoco M., Jaoul-Grammare M., Plunket A. (2020), Technological novelty and productivity growth : a cliometric approach. Working Papers of BETA 2020-37, Bureau d’Economie Théorique et Appliquée, UDS, Strasbourg. Working Papers 04-20, Association Française de Cliométrie (AFC). 
 
 
 
Other publications
 
Epicoco M. (2016), L’innovation : quelle place dans la formation des ingénieurs ?, Dans : "Des sciences humaines, économiques et sociales (SHES) pour l’ingénieur ? La preuve par l’exemple", Audran J. et Gartiser N. (Ed.), Presses de l’UTBM, 87-94.