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#238 — Intellectual monopoly capitalism: rethinking monopoly theory, corporate planning and technological regimes

3 February 2023  / 13 h 45 min  16 h 00 min  CET

Cecil­ia Rikap, Lec­tur­er in Inter­na­tion­al Polit­i­cal Econ­o­my at City, Uni­ver­si­ty of London

Dis­cus­sants: Bruna Cos­ta (EPOG+, Major C), Otto Kyyrö­nen (EPOG+, Major B), Gabriel San­tos Carneiro (EPOG+, Major B).

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Relat­ed document(s)

Cecil­ia Rikap (2022), “From glob­al val­ue chains to cor­po­rate pro­duc­tion and inno­va­tion sys­tems: explor­ing the rise of intel­lec­tu­al monop­oly cap­i­tal­ism”, Area Devel­op­ment and Pol­i­cy, Vol­ume 7, Issue 2.
Bengt-Åke Lund­vall, Cecil­ia Rikap (2022), “China’s catch­ing-up in arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence seen as a co-evo­lu­tion of cor­po­rate and nation­al inno­va­tion sys­tems”, Research Pol­i­cy, 51.
Cecil­ia Rikap (2022), “The expan­sion­ary strate­gies of intel­lec­tu­al monop­o­lies: Google and the dig­i­tal­iza­tion of health­care”, Econ­o­my and Soci­ety.
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