REMARC hosts several projects on a number of focus areas, in collaboration with external researchers. Here are some of our special focus topics:

  • The dark side of innovation research agenda. Our work on Patent Toxicity is an example of this agenda.
  • Science evaluation, asymmetric information, and science integrity. Our ongoing research on predatory journals is part of this agenda.
  • Climate change and finance. We conduct research to assess whether financial institutions and universal owners are contributing to combat climate change by analyzing their investment portofolios. Works on how finance contributes to a low-carbon transition are central to this area of research.
Elisa Giuliani

Elisa Giuliani

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Gianluca Biggi

Research Assistant
Arianna Martinelli-REMARC

Arianna Martinelli

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Mauro Sylos-Labini REMARC

Mauro Sylos-Labini

University of Pisa
andrea vezzulli

Andrea Vezzulli

Insubria University
Alex Coad

Alex Coad

Waseda Business School

Valentina De Marchi

University of Padua

Valeria Arza

CENIT - Argentina

Caterina Giannetti

Assistant Professor

Giuseppe Ragusa

Associate Professor

On responsible, green and social innovation:

Biggi G.,  Giuliani E., Martinelli A.,  Benfenati E. 2022. Patent Toxicity, Research Policy, 51 (1), 104329

Cecere G., Martinelli A. 2017. Drivers of knowledge accumulation in electronic waste management: An analysis of publication data. Research Policy 46: 925-938.

Coad A., Biggi G., Giuliani E. 2021. Asbestos, leaded petrol, and other aberrations: comparing countries’ regulatory responses to disapproved products and technologies, Industry and Innovation 28 (2), 201-233.

Biggi G., Giuliani E. 2021. The noxious consequences of innovation: what do we know? Industry and Innovation 28 (1), 19-41.

Antonietti, R., De Marchi, V., & Di Maria, E. 2016. Governing offshoring in a stringent environmental policy setting: Evidence from Italian manufacturing firms. Journal of Cleaner Production, 155, 103-113.

On science evaluation, asymmetric information, and science integrity:

Bagues M., Sylos-Labini M., Zinovieva N. 2017. Does the Gender Composition of Scientific Committees Matter? American Economic Review, 107(4): 1207-1238.

Bagues M., Sylos-Labini M., Zinovieva N. 2017. Connections in Scientific Committees and Applicants’ Self-selection: Evidence from a Natural Randomized Experiment. CEPR Discussion Paper No. 12308.

Bagues M., Sylos-Labini M., Zinovieva N. 2017. A Walk on the Wild Side: `Predatory’ Journals and Information Asymmetries in Scientific Evaluations. CEPR Discussion Paper No. 12309