Dr. Sebastian von Engelhardt

"Combining different expertise productively enables innovation. Therefore, in addition to (education and training), institutional factors such as the norms and rules of cooperation are important."

Focus of work

  • Innovation, institutional and industrial economics
  • Innovation capability and innovation indicators, in particular the iit innovation capability indicator
  • Digitization of the economy

Curriculum vitae

After studying economics, Sebastian von Engelhardt completed his doctorate in Jena as part of the DFG Research Training Group "The Economics of Innovative Change". He then conducted post-doctoral research in a research project in Jena and Berkeley. Since February 2014, Sebastian von Engelhardt has been a research associate in the Society and Economy department at VDI/VDE-IT.

Publications

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von Engelhardt, Sebastian; Ensthaler, Jürgen; Gieschen, Jan-Hinrich; Haase, Martin S.; Liebchen, Tilman; Mangelsdorf, Axel; Petzold, Stefan; Rifai, Haifa; Schweitzer, Heike; Seidel, Uwe; Seifert, Inessa; Weiler, Petra; Wischmann, Steffen (2018): SMART SERVICE WELT INNOVATIONSBERICHT 2018
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Apt, Wenke; Bogenstahl, Christoph; Christmann-Budian, Stephanie; von Engelhardt, Sebastian; Ferdinand, Jan-Peter; Gaens, Thomas; Geffers, Johannes; Jetzke, Tobias; Kind, Sonja; Krabel, Stefan; Lindow, Ina; Loroff, Claudia; Richter, Stephan; Seebode, Julia; Schubert, Michael; Stubbe, Julian; Weber, Stefan G.; Weide, Sebastian; Wittpahl, Volker; Zinke, Guido (2017): Digitale Souveränität
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von Engelhardt, Sebastian; Kudernatsch, Wilhelmine; Liebchen, Tilman; Rifai, Haifa; Seidel, Uwe; Seifert, Inessa; Weiler, Petra; Wischmann, Steffen (2017): Smart Service Welt - Innovationsbericht 2017