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|Organization||Warwick Business School|
|Please Briefly Describe your Research Interests|
I'm a post-doc in business enterprise, with a PhD in industrial economics. My older papers are on ssrn or mpra, and some are published.
My main interests are the company economics of clean / cultured meat. Examples are:
2) If the cost of an existing technology is higher for some companies than others, then does it increase innovation? Game theoretic analysis could be used here. If yes, then AR activists who want cultured meat innovation could target a single company to raise their costs of meat rearing; if no, then industry-wide targeting may be optimal.
3) There is a wide spread of skills and affiliation among cultured meat supporters. What's the best way to organise or facilitate them? Clearly, the fixed structures of a market or inside a company don't apply here. Perhaps open innovation or open source software give indications.
|Location||Coventry / the internet|
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