Marco Vivarelli: Comparison
Please note this is a comparison between Version 1 by Marco Vivarelli and Version 2 by Amina Yu.
  • Innovation
  • Technological change
  • R&D
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Start-up
  • Globalization
  • Skill bias

1.Brief Introduction

Ph.D. in Economics and Ph.D. in Science and Technology Policy, is full professor at the Catholic University of Milano, where he is also Director of the Department of Economic Policy.

2. Current Positions

Affiliated Professorial Fellow at UNU-MERIT, Maastricht

Research Fellow at IZA, Bonn

Fellow of the Global Labor Organization (GLO)

Member of the Academic Advisory Council of the Global Digital Foundation (Brussels, Canberra and Washington D.C)

Member of the Scientific Executive Board of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES, Istanbul)

Member of the International Board of the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO, Vienna)

Scientific consultant for the International Labour Office (ILO), World Bank (WB), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the European Commission (EC)

Since October 2010 to September 2013 he has been Honorary Professor at the SPRU-University of Sussex.

Since April 2005 to December 2012 he has been External Associate at the CSGR- University of Warwick

Since February 2004 to December 2009 he has been External Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Economics (Jena)

Since July 2007 to December 2007 and since July 2008 to February 2009 he has served as Senior Scientist at the European Commission-Joint Research Centre-Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS, Seville).

Since June 2002 to May 2005 he has served as Senior Research Economist at the International Labour Office - Geneva.

Editorial Boards:

Editor-in Chief of the Eurasian Business Review: A Journal in Industrial Organization, Innovation and Management Science

Editor of Small Business Economics

Editor of Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment Journal

Associate Editor of Industrial and Corporate Change

Member of the Editorial Review Board of International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal

Member of the Editorial Board of Sustainability (Section: "Economic, Business and Management Aspects of Sustainability")

Editor of Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali

Member of the Advisory Board of Economia e Politica Industriale - Journal of Industrial and Business Economics

He has served as referee for more than 110 international journals

He is author and editor of various books and his papers have been published in refereed international journals such as Applied Economics, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics, Economics Letters, Empirical Economics, Industrial and Corporate Change, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Economics, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Population Economics, Journal of Productivity Analysis, Journal of Technology Transfer, Labour Economics, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Regional Studies, Research Policy, Small Business Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, World Bank Research Observer, World Development.

3. Research Interests

His current research interests include the relationship between innovation, employment and skills; the labour market and income distribution impacts of globalization; the entry and post-entry performance of newborn firms.

4. Story about Notable Contributions

According to GOOGLE SCHOLAR, his works collected more than 13,000 citations (h-index=63)

According to WEB OF SCIENCE, his works collected more than 3,600 citations (h-index=35)

According to SCOPUS, his works collected more than 4,000 citations (h-index=41)

According to REPEC-IDEAS, he is among the global top 2% authors as average rank score and among the global top 5% authors with regard to other 30 more specific criteria

According to RESEARCH.COM, he is ranked #372 among the top 8,000 economists worldwide (#10 in Italy)

According to SSRN, he is ranked #544 among the top 8,000 economists worldwide

According to VIA-Academy, he is ranked among the top Italian scientists worldwide (#16 among economists)

According to IZA, he is ranked #3 in terms of number of downloads, among a total of more than 11,000 IZA discussion papers authors

5. Principal Publications/Works

  • Piva, M. - Tani, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2022), The productivity impact of short-term labor mobility, Small Business Economics, forthcoming (doi version).
  • Santarelli, E. - Staccioli, J. - Vivarelli, M. (2022), Automation and related technologies: a mapping of the new knowledge base, Journal of Technology Transfer, forthcoming (doi version).
  • Montobbio, F. - Staccioli, J. - Virgillito, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2022), Robots and the origin of their labour-saving impact, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 174, January, 121122.
  • Dawid, H. - Pellegrino, G. - Vivarelli, M. (2021), The role of demand in fostering product vs process innovation: a model and an empirical test, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 31, 1553-1572.
  • Ugur, M.- Vivarelli, M. (2021), Innovation, firm survival and productivity: The state of the art, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 30, 433-467.
  • Dosi, G. - Piva, M.- Virgillito, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2021) Embodied and disembodied technological change: the sectoral patterns of job-creation and job-destruction, Research Policy, 50 (4), 104199.
  • Arouri, H. - Youssef, A.B - Quatraro, F. - Vivarelli, M. (2020) Drivers of Growth in Tunisia: Young Firms vs Incumbents, Small Business Economics, 54, 323-340 .
  • Pellegrino, G. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2019), Beyond R&D: The role of Embodied Technological Change in Affecting Employment, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 29, 1151-1171.
  • Barbieri, L. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2019), R&D, Embodied Technological Change and Employment: Evidence from Italian Microdata, Industrial and Corporate Change, 28, 203-218.
  • Castellani, D. - Schubert, T. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2019), R&D and Productivity in the US and the EU: Sectoral Specificities and Differences in the Crisis, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 138, 279-291.
  • Van Roy, V. - Vertesy, D. - Vivarelli, M. (2018), Technology and Employment: Mass Unemployment or Job Creation? Empirical Evidence from European Patenting Firms, Research Policy, 47, 1762-1776.
  • Piva, M. - Tani, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2018), Business Visits, Knowledge Diffusion and Productivity, Journal of Population Economics, 31, 1321-1338.
  • Colombo, L. - Dawid, H. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2017), Does Easy Start-Up Formation Hamper Incumbents' R&D Investment?, Small Business Economics, 49, 513-531.
  • Meschi, E. - Taymaz, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2016), Globalization, Technological Change and Labor Demand: A Firm Level Analysis for Turkey, Review of World Economics, 152, 655-680.
  • Colombelli, A. - Krafft, J. - Vivarelli, M. (2016), To Be Born Is Not Enough: The Key Role of Innovative Startups, Small Business Economics, 47, 277-291.
  • Quatraro, F. - Vivarelli, M. (2015), Drivers of Entrepreneurship and Post-entry Performance of Newborn Firms in Developing Countries, World Bank Research Observer, 30, 277–305.
  • Ortega-Argilés, R. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2014), The Transatlantic Productivity Gap: Is R&D the Main Culprit?, Canadian Journal of Economics, 47, 1342-1371.
  • García-Quevedo, J. - Pellegrino, G. - Vivarelli, M. (2014), R&D Drivers and Age: Are Young Firms Different?, Research Policy, 43, 1544-1556.
  • Catozzella, A. - Vivarelli, M. (2014), The Catalysing Role of In-house R&D in Fostering       Complementarity among Innovative Inputs, Industry and Innovation, 21, 179-196.
  • Vivarelli, M. (2014), Innovation, Employment, and Skills in Advanced and Developing Countries: A Survey of the Economic Literature, Journal of Economic Issues, 48, 123-154.
  • Vivarelli, M. (2013), Is Entrepreneurship Necessarily Good? Microeconomic Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries, Industrial and Corporate Change,22, 1453-1495.
  • Iammarino, S.- Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. - von Tunzelmann, N. (2012), Technological Capabilities and Patterns of Innovative Cooperation of Firms in the UK Regions, Regional Studies, 46, 1283-1301.
  • Kumbhakar, S.C. - Ortega-Argilés, R. - Potters, L. - Vivarelli, M. - Voigt, P. (2012), Corporate R&D and Firm Efficiency: Evidence from Europe’s Top R&D Investors, Journal of Productivity Analysis, 37, 125-140.
  • Bogliacino, F. - Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2012), R&D and Employment: An Application of the LSDVC Estimator Using European Data, Economics Letters, 116, 56-59.
  • Meschi, E. - Taymaz, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2011), Trade, Technology and Skills: Evidence from Turkish Microdata, Labour Economics, 18, S60-S70.
  • Moncada-Paternò-Castello, P. - Vivarelli, M. - Voigt, P. (2011), Drivers and Impacts in the Globalization of Corporate R&D: An Introduction Based on the European Experience, Industrial and Corporate Change, 20, 585-603.
  • Grimalda, G. - Vivarelli, M. (2010), Is Inequality the Price to Pay for Higher Growth in Middle-Income Countries?, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 20, 265-306.
  • Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2009), The Role of Skills as a Major Driver of Corporate R&D, International Journal of Manpower, 30, 835-852.
  • Ortega-Argilés R. - Vivarelli, M. - Voigt, P. (2009), R&D in SMEs: A Paradox?, Small Business Economics, 33, 3-11.
  • Meschi, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2009), Trade and Income Inequality in Developing Countries, World Development, 37, 287-302.
  • Lotti, F. - Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2009), Defending Gibrat's Law as a Long-Run Regularity, Small Business Economics, 32, 31-44.
  • Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2007), Is Demand-Pulled Innovation Equally Important in Different Groups of Firms?, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31, 691-710.
  • Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2007), Entrepreneurship and the Process of Firms’ Entry, Survival and Growth, Industrial and Corporate Change, 16, 455-488.
  • Lee, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2006), The Social Impact of Globalization in the Developing Countries, International Labour Review, 145, 167-184.
  • Piva, M. - Vivarelli, M. (2005), Innovation and Employment: Evidence from Italian Microdata, Journal of Economics, 86, 65-83.
  • Piva, M. - Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2005), The Skill Bias Effect of Technological and Organisational Change: Evidence and Policy Implications, Research Policy, 34, 141-157.
  • Piga, C. - Vivarelli, M. (2004), Internal and External R&D: A Sample Selection Approach, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 66, 457-482.
  • Vivarelli, M. (2004), Are All the Potential Entrepreneurs So Good? Small Business Economics, 23, 41-49.
  • Lotti, F. - Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2003), Does Gibrat’s Law Hold Among Young, Small Firms?, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 13, 213-235.
  • Barba Navaretti, G. - Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M. (2002), The Role of Subsidies in Promoting Italian Joint Ventures in Least Developed and Transition Economies, Applied Economics, 34, 1563-1569.
  • E. - Vivarelli, M. (2002), Is Subsidizing Entry an Optimal Policy?, Industrial and Corporate Change, 11, 39-52.
  • Audretsch, D. - Santarelli, E. - Vivarelli, M.  (1999),  Start-Up Size and Industrial Dynamics: Some Evidence from Italian Manufacturing, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 17, 965-983.
  • Arrighetti, A. - Vivarelli, M. (1999), The Role of Innovation in the Postentry Performance of New Small Firms: Evidence from Italy, Southern Economic Journal, 65, 927-939.
  • Vivarelli, M. - Audretsch,  (1998), The Link between the Entry Decision and Post-Entry Performance: Evidence from Italy, Industrial and Corporate Change, 7, 485-500.
  • Padalino, S. - Vivarelli, M. (1997), The Employment Intensity of Economic Growth in the G-7 Countries, International Labour Review, 136, 191-213.
  • Vivarelli, M. - Evangelista, R. - Pianta, M. (1996), Innovation and Employment: Evidence From Italian Manufacturing, Research Policy, 25, 1013-1026.
  • Audretsch, D. - Vivarelli, M. - (1996), Firm Size and R&D Spillovers: Evidence from Italy, Small Business Economics, 8, 249-258.
  • Audretsch, D. - Vivarelli, M. (1995), New Firm Formation in Italy: A First Report, Economics Letters, 48, 77-81.
  • Foti, A. - Vivarelli, M. (1994), An Econometric Test of  the Self-employment  Model:  The  Case  of  Italy, Small Business Economics, 6, 81-93; reprinted in Storey, D. (2000) (ed.), Small Business: Critical Perspectives, Vol. 4, 1450-1468.
  • Frey, M. - Vivarelli, M. (1991), New Technology and Employment in Italian Telecommunications, Technovation, 11, 303-314.
  • Vivarelli, M. (1991), The Birth  of  New  Enterprises,  Small Business Economics, 3, 215-223.