Flavia Filippin

PhD fellow

Research group(s):
1. Economics of Knowledge and Innovation

Flavia Filippin is a PhD Fellow at United Nations University (UNU-MERIT). She has a BA of International Relations and a BA of Economics from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil, and a MA of Economics from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil. Her master thesis, "State and Development: The Semiconductor Industry in Brazil", was awarded best master thesis in the 37th edition of the Brazilian Development Bank Award in Economics (Prêmio BNDES de Economia)  She worked as a technical advisor at the Development Agency of the State Government of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Her current research is on Economics of Technology and Innovation and focuses on the semiconductor industry. Her doctoral thesis aims at improving the understading of technological paradigms and trajectories by clarifying the mechanisms behind Moore's law. She is also interested in Industrial Organization and Development Studies.

Selected publications by Flavia Filippin

Articles (journal, professional, popular)
Filippin, Flavia, 2021, Do main paths reflect technological trajectories? Applying main path analysis to the semiconductor manufacturing industry, Scientometrics, More information
Biancarelli, Andre M. & Flavia Filippin, 2017, O Estado e seu papel industrializante: uma contribuição ao debate sobre o desenvolvimentismo, Cadernos do Desenvolvimento, 12(21): 155-186, More information

Books (monograph or edited volume)
Filippin, Flavia, 2020, Estado e desenvolvimento: a indústria de semicondutores no Brasil, Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 438 pp, More information

Conference contributions
Filippin, Flavia, 2019, Do Main Paths Reflect Technological Trajectories? A Comprehensive Review of Main Path Analysis, II Annual Conference on Geography of Innovation and Complexity, Utrecht, Netherlands