Researcher, lecturer and international consultant, specialized in the social and economic impact of technical change and in the historically changing conditions for growth, development and competitiveness.
ON THE BOARD
The web page of my current research project is up: http://beyondthetechrevolution.com/
I am working on a sequel to Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital, this time focusing on the role of the state. There will be articles and blogs as the project progresses. Your comments will be welcome.
I contributed a chapter on ‘green growth’ in Rethinking Capitalism, edited by Michael Jacobs and Mariana Mazzucato (Political Quarterly, Wiley Blackwell, 2016)
You can access the table of contents and introduction here:
There will also be a chapter of mine on using natural resources as a platform for industrialization. It will appear in December 2016 in Akbar Noman and Joseph Stiglitz (eds.)
Efficiency, Finance and Varieties of Industrial Policy: Guiding Resources, Learning and Technology for Sustained Growth
Here is the table of contents.
I sent a letter to the FT arguing with J. Rostowski’s article about the relevance of using the parallel with the 1930s for explaining today’s success of the populists.
You can access the letter and the discussion in the comments via my new Twitter account: @CarlotaPrzPerez
Making the same mistakes as in the 1930s - http://FT.com http://on.ft.com/2asjjPb via @FT
There is a European Union report on Green Growth and Jobs, by an expert group I chaired.
It is titled Changing gear in R&I: Green growth for jobs and prosperity in the EU
A talk to the CEOs of the startups funded by Balderton, a venture capital firm.
Link to video: https://vimeo.com/166824648/e7d9733c9c
A presentation in the International Telecoms conference in Bern, Switzerland.
Link to a short interview about that talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTr5DnkSCXk
A talk to the CEOs of the startups financed by Balderton UKLink to video: https://vimeo.com/166824648/e7d9733c9c
Links of Interest:
SPRU 50th Anniversary Conference September 7-9 at the University of Sussex, UK.
The main programme is here:
And the detailed programme of the many parallel sessions is here in pdf:
More videos here:
Carlota Perez: 4. Small Knowledge-Intensive Enterprises: crucial for competitiveness of countries vimeo