RISIS Session

Speakers:

Gaston Heimeriks, Utrecht University

Chiara Carrozza, University of Coimbra Antoine Schoen, ESIEE

Andrea Spinello, CNR IRCRES Cristina Penasco Paton, CSIC

Douglas Robinson, UPEM

Participating via live broadcast: Georgios Kotoulas, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR)

Detailed information

Session 4: The Content, Context and Future of STI-Policy…

Steffi Friedrichs and David Winickoff. Evaluating the Impact of Convergence – Towards a Guidance Framework for Future Policy Assessment (presented by Michael Keenan)

Ernesto Fernandez Polcuch and Diana Malpede. Framing STI policy in changing landscapes of science: a global perspective

Morris Teubal. Country Adaptation (CA) to Threats/Challenges and Opportunities: A Strategic Innovation Policy (SIP) & National and Government Strategy (N&GS) Perspective

Inga Ulnicane. Do scientists know best? Limitations and opportunities for STI policies to shape cross-border research collaborations in Europe

Session 4: R&D Networks and Geography…

R&D Networks and Geography: Novel Empirical and Analytical Approaches in a Policy Context

Laura Cruz-Castro, Adelheid Holl, Ruth Rama and Luis Sanz-Menéndez. Economic crisis and company R&D in Spain: do regional and policy factors matter?

Andre Spithoven, Peter Teirlinck and Walter Ysebaert. What determines industrial funding for university research? Exploring economic and proximity factors

Antoine Schoen, Patrica Laurens, Alfredo Yegros and Philippe Larédo. Comparative analysis of knowledge production in analogous large European firms: how much do individual strategies matter?

Session 5: Next Generation Research Evaluation Governance…

Next Generation Research Evaluation Governance – Enabling Creative and Responsive Knowledge Production

Dario Guarascio and Francesco Crespi. Public procurement and innovation dynamics in OECD countries

Sandro Giachi. Innovation Policies and the Institutionalisation of Science-Industry Collaboration in a National Research System

Cristian Mardones and Annabella Zapata. Impact of Public Support on the Innovation Probability in Chilean Firms

Session 6: Policy Mixes and New Instruments for Transforming Innovation

Lisa Scordato, Markus Bugge, Teis Hansen, Anne Tanner and Olav Wicken. Policies for system change: the transition to the bioeconomy

Michal Miedzinski. Towards a systemic framework for tracing and assessing cumulative effects of Research and Innovation Policy mix on sustainability transitions

Marius Schwarz, Jan Ossenbrink, Christof Knoeri and Volker H. Hoffmann. How policy shapes the diffusion of renewable energy systems – An agent-based simulation of California’s energy transition

Session 5: Innovation Ecosystems…

Innovation Ecosystems – a Governance Challenge for Companies and Policy Makers

Jochen Dehio, Wolfgang Dürig and Michael Rothgang. Innovation and knowledge transfer in a complex Innovation Ecosystem: Lightweight Forging in the German Automobile Industry

Frans Hermans, Kerstin Wilde and David Ayrapetyan. Analysing the role and function of bioclusters from a transition perspective: towards a research agenda

Fatemeh Salehi, Philip Shapira and Abdullah Gök. Combining New Business and Societal Models in Emerging Technologies: Challenges and SME Strategies in Synthetic Biology

Open Track – The Role of Scientists

Wout Scholten, Elizabeth Koier and Edwin Horlings. Attracting the best and the brightest: policies and mobility behavior in the academic ‘war for talent’

Karl Boosten and André Spithoven. When the going gets tough: Exploring migration intentions of doctorate holders to industry or abroad

David Johann and Sabrina Mayer. The perception of scientific authorship across disciplines

Pablo D’Este, Irene Ramos-Vielba, Mabel Sanchez-Barrioluengo, Alfredo Yegros and Oscar Llopis. Sourcing Upstream or Downstream? Exploring Knowledge-Based Antecedents of Academic Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer