Session 2: Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation: State of Play and Ways Ahead

Frans van der Zee, Govert Gijsbers and Arjen Goetheer. Comparative analysis of strategic PPPs and industrial transformation in Europe: where theory and current practices meet

Denise Di Dio, Mario Calderini and Magali‘ Fia. Non-financial PPP for participatory priority-setting in R&I policy: the case of the Italian National Technology Cluster policy

Vladislav Cadil and David Marek. Support to science-industry collaboration; Is there a pathway towards more complex and long-term collaborative projects? The case of Czech Competence Centres Programme

Open Track: S&T Capabilities

Raffaele Spallone, Bianca Poti and Giovanni Cerulli. Internationalization of business R&D investments. A responsiveness score analysis.

Gaston Heimeriks, Floortje Alkemade, Antoine Schoen, Patricia Laurens and Lionel Villard. Evolving technological capabilities of firms; Complexity, divergence, and stagnation

Peter Persoon, Floortje Alkemade and Rudi Bekkers. The Science Base of Cleantech

Cristina Peñasco, Laura Cruz-Castro, Catalina Martínez and Luis Sanz-Menéndez. Characterising Heterogeneity in Public Research Organisations (PROs): A Taxonomical Approach

Session 2: Nexus Governance: Rethinking the Governance of Large Technical Infrastructure

Sarah Glück. Energy Transformations in the European Union: Energy Timescapes and Discursive Power in Governance Processes

Phil Johnstone, Paula Kivimaa, Chiara Fratini, Eeva Primmer and Karoline Rogge. Disruptive innovation and industrial policy from the perspective of sustainable energy transitions: illustrations from the energy trajectories of Denmark, Germany and the UK

Jorrit Gosens, Björn Sandén, Fredrik Hedenus and Jessica Jewell. How did they get there? Pathways and changing roles in a global innovation system for wind turbines

Edilaine Venancio Camillo and André Tosi Furtado. The policy mix for wind energy technology: a framework for pioneering and latecomer countries

Session 3: R&D Networks and Geography: Novel Empirical and Analytical Approaches in a Policy Context

Ugo Finardi and Andrea Buratti. Drivers of scientific international collaborations: strong inter-Country coautorship

Sergey Kolesnikov, Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira. International University Research Ventures: An Emergent Node in Global Knowledge Networks?

Juan Carlos Salazar-Elena and Asuncion Lopez. Regional innovation policy and the geography of systemic failures

Emanuela Reale and Antonio Zinilli. Interdisciplinarity in academic research? Evidences from competitive project funding

Session 1: Open Track – FORESIGHT

Attila Havas and Matthias Weber. The role of foresight in shaping the next production revolution

Douglas Robinson, Antoine Schoen, Philippe Larédo, Jordi Molas-Gallart, Philine Warnke, Stefan Kuhlmann and Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros. Policy lensing of futures intelligence: connecting foresight with decision making contexts

Jarno Hoekman and Wouter Boon. Regulating emerging innovations: combining risk assessment and forward-looking approaches

Nicolas de Menthiere, Denis Lacroix and Bertrand Schmitt. Is Science and technology innovation a main driver of the different future representations in envionment foresight international bibliography?

Session 1: Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation: State of Play and Ways Ahead

Daniele Rotolo, Roberto Camerani and Nicola Grassano. Do Firms Publish? A Cross-Sectoral Analysis of Corporate Science

Daniele Rotolo. Networks dynamics in the case of emerging technologies

Frank van Rijnsoever. More meeting or mating? the relationship between incubator support mechanism and weak problems in the entrepreneurial ecosystem

Laurens Hessels, Stijn Brouwer, Stefan de Jong and Mark Annevelink. Dealing with heterogeneous stakeholders in transdisciplinary programs: a comparative analysis

Session 1: Nexus Governance: Rethinking the Governance of Large Technical Infrastructure

Sandro Kapeller and Peter Biegelbauer. Participation in Local Decision-Finding Processes on the Energy Transition

Chiara F. Fratini. Making integrative imaginaries across water, landuse and energy visible: advancing nexus governance theorizations for inclusive and desirable transformational policies and innovations

Mika Kari, Erika Holt, Johanna Kohl and Rafael Popper. Sustainable Nexus Governance (SNG): Rethinking the governance of siting a nuclear waste management facility

Chiara Carrozza, Emilia Primeri and Andrea Orazio Spinello. From ‘climate science’ to ‘climate research’: interdisciplinarity, taxonomies and ‘grand challenges’

Session 2: R&D Networks and Geography…

Wolf-Hendrik Uhlbach, Pierre-Alexandre Balland and Thomas Scherngell. The effects of the European Union Framework Programmes on the technological diversification of European regions

Iris Wanzenböck, Martina Dünser and Thomas Scherngell. RTI policy for co-creation activities and its effects on Key Enabling Technologies: Regional evidence from the 7th EU Framework Programme

Kadri Ukrainski and Hanna Kanep. Participation of EU-13 Countries in FP7 and Horizon Programs Measured by Segregation Indexes

Session 4: Next Generation Research Evaluation Governance…

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

Edurne Magro and Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia. What makes the evaluation of public procurement for innovation be different from other policy instruments? A preliminary framework

Kirsi Hyytinen, Katri Kallio and Rafael Popper. Towards a strategic and dynamic evaluation framework in the context of research and technology organisations (RTOs)

Stefan Philipp, Helmut Gassler and Philipp Brugner. Monitoring and evaluation of S3 strategies – Regional insights and future challenges