Innovation Economics is a multidisciplinary centre committed to shedding light on – and providing scientific evidence of – the profound economic impact of the Internet and digital technologies. It combines a unique mixture of scientific rigour, original research, world-class talent and exacting thought leadership in a format that is broad in its outreach, innovative in its approach and interdisciplinary in its design. It was founded in 2012 by the Lisbon Council and Google.
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