Anthony Bartzokas

Professorial Fellow

Profile
Bibliography
  • Anthony Bartzokas
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-MERIT
    OFFICE:
    Keizer Karelplein 19, 6211 TC Maastricht, The Netherlands
    E-MAIL:
    PHONE:
    +31 (0)43 388 4400
    NATIONALITY:
    Greece

    Research Interests

    • Micro-based evidence research on innovation and technological change

    Education

    Ph.D., Economics of Technological Change

    Biographical Statement

    Dr. Anthony Bartzokas is Professorial Fellow at the UNU Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT) and on the faculty of the Department of Economics, University of Athens, Greece. He is an economist by training with a Ph.D. in the Economics of Technological Change. His work in recent years has focused on trajectories of technological change, with special reference to the role of financial markets, industrial organization and environmental regulation in Developed and Industrializing Countries. He has carried out extensive research on the impact of innovation and technology policy in industrialization and economic development with financial support from several international organizations and the European Union.

  • Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

    • Bartzokas, Anthony & Morris Teubal, 2002, A Framework for Policy Oriented Innovation Studies in Industrialising Countries, Journal of the Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 11:4&5, pp. 477-496
    • Bartzokas, Anthony & Morris Teubal, 2002, Introduction to a Special issue on the Political Economy of Innovation Policy Implementation in Industrialising Countries, Journal of the Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 11:4&5, pp. 271-274
    • Bartzokas, Anthony & Morris Teubal, 2002, Introduction to a Special issue on the Political Economy of Innovation Policy Implementation in Industrialising Countries, Journal of the Economics of Innovation and New Technology, XI:3&4
    • Bartzokas, Anthony, 2002, Policy Relevance and Theory Development in Innovation Studies, Enterprise and Innovation Management Studies, 2:1, pp. 1-18