Response to the Green Paper “Building our Industrial Strategy”.
Mazzucato, M. and O’Donovan, C. (2016) “The BBC as market shaper and creator” in Seth-Smith, N., et. al. (eds.)
Rethinking the BBC: Public media in the 21st Century, Commonwealth Publishing.
Mazzucato, M. and Robinson, D. (2016) “Directing vs. Facilitating the Economic Development of Low Earth Orbit”, in The Economic Development of Low Earth Orbit, Chapter 5 in NASA.gov publication, Eds A. MacDonald, P. Besha.
The current debate about medical innovation is characterized by a poor understanding of, and many myths around, the drivers behind innovation, in particular the respective roles of public and private actors in the innovation process.
Mazzucato’s joint policy paper with Jim Watson and Gregor Semieniuk outlines the policy imperatives needed to produce a ‘green revolution’. PDF
Pamphlet published with Policy Network including contributions from leaders of mission-oriented public agencies from around the world, policymakers and academics, co-edited by Mazzucato and Caetano Penna. Download or buy the pamphlet.
Professor Mazzucato contributed a chapter, titled ‘Smart and Inclusive Growth’, to this book, edited by former UK Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna MP, and published by Policy Network. Other contributors included Lord Mervyn Davies CBE (former chairman of Standard Chartered PLC and former UK minister of state for trade, investment and small business), Lord David Sainsbury (former UK minister of science and innovation and chancellor of the University of Cambridge) and Ha-Joon Chang (University of Cambridge).
This SPRU working paper by Mariana Mazzucato and Carlota Perez will be published as chapter in a forthcoming book, The Triple Challenge: Europe in a New Age (Oxford University Press).
This policy brief was launched at the Mission-Oriented Finance for Innovation conference organised by Professor Mazzucato.
Chapter for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Report, “Is there Still a Place for Public Service Television? Effects of the Changing Economics of Broadcasting“.
Professor Mazzucato contributed to the Demos policy paper “Twenty years of ideas” with the piece “Do something different – The role of an entrepreneurial state in fostering innovation”.
Professor Mazzucato contributed to the Fabian Society policy publication “The great rebalancing – How to fix the broken economy” with the piece “Lighting the Innovation spark”.
Mazzucato M. et al (2012) “Financing Innovation and Growth: reforming
a dysfunctional system”
Mazzucato M. et al (2011) “Innovation, Uncertainty and Bubbles”
Mazzucato M. et al (2009) “Do Financial Markets Reward Innovation?”
Mazzucato M. et al (2010) “The limits to the 3% R&D target in Europe 2020: the roles of institutions, industries, and business-government complementarities in achieving equitable and stable growth.”
This article by William Lazonick and Mariana Mazzucato, published in a special issue of Industrial and Corporate Change, was originally published as a Policy Network brief.
Professor Mazzucato contributed to the issue 34 of “The European” with the article titled “The EU needs more, not less investment, to get out of its current economic predicament”.
Mazzucato, M. (2012), “Rebalancing what? Reforming finance for creative destruction not destructive creation”, published by Policy Network.