Anthony Arundel

Professorial Fellow

  • Anthony Arundel
    Keizer Karelplein 19, 6211 TC, Maastricht, The Netherlands
    +31 433884453

    Biographical Statement

    Anthony Arundel is a Professor of Innovation at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Australia and concurrently a Professorial Fellow at UNU Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT). He was previously a Senior Researcher at UNU-MERIT since 1992. He specialises in the design, implementation, and analysis of innovation surveys. His research interests include questionnaire design and methodology, technology assessment, environmental issues, intellectual property rights, biotechnology, and knowledge flows from public research to firms.

  • Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

    • Sawaya, D. & Anthony Arundel, 2009, Agricultural biotechnology: A developing challenge, Chemistry and Industry, 6:16-18
    • Arundel, Anthony & D. Sawaya, 2009, Biotechnology in agriculture and related natural resources to 2015, OECD Journal – General Papers, Volume 2009/3, pp 7 – 112
    • Arundel, Anthony, D. Sawaya & I. Valeanu, 2009, Human health biotechnologies to 2015, OECD Journal – General Papers, Volume 2009/3, pp 113 – 205
    • Arundel, Anthony, E. Lorenz, B. A. Lundvall & A. Valeyre, 2007, How Europe’s economies learn: a comparison of work organization and innovation mode for the EU-15, Industrial and Corporate Change, 10(1093), 1-36
    • Arundel, Anthony, Charles Bérubé & I. Gillespie, 2007, Defining biotechnology – carefully, Trends in Biotechnology, 25(8), 331-332
    • Arundel, Anthony, Catalina Bordoy & M. van der Steen, 2003, Kennisstromen van kennisinstellingen naar ondernemingen, Kennis en Economie 2002: Onderzoek en innovatie in Nederland, CBS, Voorburg, pp 146-155
    • Arundel, Anthony & Aldo Geuna, 2003, Proximity and the use of public science by innovative European firms, Economics of Innovation and New Technology
    • Arundel, Anthony, 2002, Pharmaceutical access and research incentives: staying rue to TRIPS?, Technology Policy Briefs: Bio-Pharmaceuticals and Health, 1(3), 8-10
    • Arundel, Anthony, 2002, GM field trails: relevance to developing countries, Technology Policy Briefs: Agricultural biotechnology, 1(2), 4-5
    • Arundel, Anthony, 2002, Agro-biotechnology, innovation and employment, Science and Public Policy, 29, 297-306

    Technical Papers, Policy Briefs, etc