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New ideas and inventions are being produced at rapid rates and can have dramatic impacts on how we live and work. SIEPR researchers are studying both the causes and consequences of innovation, including research and development and burgeoning technology like artificial intelligence, and how best to encourage innovation through patent systems.   SIEPR scholars also study how information and technology are shared and transmitted among people and businesses and the factors that affect productivity and economic growth.

Keywords: technology, diffusion, productivity, economic growth, artificial intelligence, patents, intellectual property, R&D, networks

People in Innovation and Technology Research

Assistant Professor
Professor of Economics
Professor of Finance and Economics
Professor of Medicine
Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor in Technology and the Economy
Ralph Landau Senior Fellow in Economic Growth
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor of Earth System Science
Associate Professor of Medicine
Professor of Economics
Trione Director of SIEPR
Senior Fellow
Professor of Economics and of Health Research and Policy
Professor of Economics
Professor of Law and Business
Professor of Law
Assistant Professor of Law
Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Gordon and Betty Moore Senior Fellow
Professor of Sciences and Humanities
Assistant Professor of Economics
Visiting Fellow
Professor of Economics
Professor of Law
Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of Accounting
Gordon Cain Senior Fellow
Professor of Economics
Professor of Finance
Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Postdoctoral Fellow
Tad and Dianne Taube Policy Fellow
Associate Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of American Economic History

Related Publications

Freyberger, J., & Larsen, B. (2021). How Well Does Bargaining Work in Consumer Markets? A Robust Bounds Approach. Working Paper.
Larsen, B., Lu, C. H., & Zhang, A. L. (2021). Intermediaries in Bargaining: Evidence from Business-to-Business Used-Car Inventory Negotiations. Working Paper.
Keniston, D., Larsen, B., Li, S., Prescott, J., Silveira, B., & Yu, C. (2021). Fairness in Incomplete Information Bargaining: Theory and Widespread Evidence from the Field. Working Paper.

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