Philipp Boeing is a researcher with the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim, Germany, at the Research Department “Economics of Innovation and Industrial Dynamics.” His main research interests include the economics of innovation at the firm-level, in particular policy evaluation, productivity effects of research activities, and the quality of patents. His applied micro-econometric research is particularly concerned with China’s development towards an innovation-driven economy and the impact on Europe.
He earned his doctoral degree at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and holds a bachelor degree in East Asian Studies and Economics from the Ruhr University Bochum as well as a master’s degree in International Business from Frankfurt School. Philipp Boeing was a visiting scholar at Melbourne University, Tsinghua University, United Nations University – Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT), and Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich.
Visiting Assistant Professor
Economics of innovation at the firm-level (in particular policy evaluation, productivity effects of research activities, and quality of patents), applied micro-econometrics, China’s development and the impact on Europe
Boeing, P. and Mueller, E., 2016. Measuring Patent Quality in Cross-country Comparison, Economics Letters 149, 145-147.
Boeing, P. 2016. The Allocation and Effectiveness of China’s R&D Subsidies – Evidence from Listed Firms, Research Policy 45, 1774-1789.
Boeing, P., Mueller, E., and Sandner, P., 2016. China’s R&D Explosion – Analyzing Productivity Effects Across Ownership Types and Over Time, Research Policy 45, 159-176.