welcome to the teaching pages of the Chair of Innovation Economics.
Our courses focus on the tension field between the theoretical models of innovation economics and their empirical application, alternating between prospects of economics and business studies. In addition, patents and standards are presented as strategic tools within economy and society. Our teaching program is complemented by regular guest lectures held by representatives from industry, academia and government as well as teaching collaborations with industry partners.
The curriculum of the Chair of "Innovation Economics" is particularly aimed at students of industrial engineering, economics and business administration, but it is also open to students from other programs. Students from other disciplines will be asked to clarify the eligibility of our courses in advance with the staff of our chair or the appropriate academic program counselor.
Here you can find some interesting links about the teaching and research at the Chair of Innovation Economics:
IEEE Standards University Presents:A 6-part video series that explores key themes from the book Open Standards & the Digital Age by Andrew L. Russell. These videos focus on the role that standards have played in shaping the Internet and how technical standards support innovation.
We thank you for your interest in our program.