Session 4: Policy Mixes and New Instruments for Transforming Innovation

Jürgen Janger, Agnes Kügler and Fabian Unterlass. Guiding innovation policy mixes: focussing on structural change vs. upgrading

Josie Coburn, Frédérique Bone and Michael Hopkins. Evaluation of Policy mixes in practice: What prescriptions for tackling ‎the problem of antimicrobial resistance?‎

Duncan Edmondson, Florian Kern and Karoline Rogge. The politics of policy mix evolution: Towards a conceptual framework of policy mix feedbacks in socio-technical transitions

Session 4: Innovation Ecosystems…

Innovation Ecosystems – a Governance Challenge for Coompanies and Policy Makers

Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia. Epigenetic economics dynamics and the Internet ecosystem

Douglas Robinson. Understanding Innovation Ecosystems : a framework to analyse meso-level techno-economic dynamics

Lisa Dale-Clough, Katrin Hahn, Chiara Marzocchi, Luke Georghiou and Jillian Yeow. Open Innovation and Innovation Ecosystem Characteristics: Exploring Relationships between Intrinsic and Systemic Factors and Firm Innovation Strategies

Session 5: The Impact of STI-Policies…

The Impact of STI-Policies on the Organization of Research and Production of Knowledge

Inge Ramberg, Antje Klikou and Espen Solberg. Social science research in the field of environmentally friendly energy – the importance of dedicated funding streams for knowledge production

Merle Jacob and Leila Jabrane. Funding Instruments and the Institutionalisation of new norms in research systems

Antti Pelkonen. External research funding instruments and novelty in university research – Findings from Finland

Session 3: The Content, Context and Future of STI-Policy…

The Content, Context and Future of STI-Policy: Towards a new Framing?

Joanna Chataway, Molly Morgan Jones and Sonja Marjanovic. Changing frames of health research and innovation

Simon Sinsel and Volker Hoffmann. Exploring drivers for the diffusion of complementary technologies – evidence from the power sector transition

Andrew James. Policy Entrepreneurship and Agenda Setting: Comparing and Contrasting the Origins of the European Research Programmes for Security and Defence

Dylan Henderson. Development of new policy solutions for Innovation in services: the role of multiple streams and policy entrepreneurs in small countries

Session 2: Next Generation Research Evaluation Governance…

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

Benjamin Teufel and Ralf Lindner. The governance of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) at the level of a large Research and Technology Organisation (RTO): Experiences from stakeholder dialogues on RRI-related goals

Katharina Warta. A long-term experience with evidence and judgement, narratives and discourse: the case of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Haris Shekeris. Scientists’ guidance in the formulation of STI policy – a necessity or a hurdle to democratisation?

Xiaoxi Xiao, Steve Wenbin Liu, Jie Chen and Xiaoxuan Li. Evaluation of convergent science fields in Chinese Academy of Sciences: cases on energy and life sciences

Roundtable Discussion: National Funding Agencies in Europe: A Comparative View


Jakob Edler, Professor of Innovation Policy and Strategy, Executive Director Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

Charles Edquist, Rausing Professor in Innovation Studies at CIRCLE, Lund University; Member of the Swedish National Innovation Council

Florian Eichberger, Department for Location Policies and Internal Market, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, Vienna

Rupert Pichler, Head of the Department for RTD Government Support, Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology

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Session 1: What Models of Innovation Governance for Emerging Economies?

Chao-Chen Chung and Hao Hu. Entrepreneurship, knowledge spilled-over and the evolution of the innovation system: The case of pharmaceutical innovation system in China

Kerstin Wilde. STI policy in ASEAN: Enhancing heterogeneous cooperation

Gonzalo Ordonez-Matamoros and Stefan Kuhlmann. Searching for appropriate innovation governance models for emerging economies

José Carlos Rodríguez, Mario Gómez, Enrique Armas and Alejandro Rodríguez-Valle. STI Policy and Regional Innovation Systems in Emerging Economies: A System Dynamics Approach

Session 1: R&D Networks and Geography: Novel Empirical and Analytical Approaches in a Policy Context

Douglas Robinson, Antoine Schoen, Patricia Laurens, Philippe Laredo and Pierre Colas. Profiling the territorial embedding of marine biotechnology research centres: developing global and local STI indicators

Laurens Patricia, Antoine Schoen, Yegros Alfredo and Laredo Philippe. Production of knowledge in European large firms in Chemicals and Pharma/biotech sectors : where is the knowledge produced

Lionel Villard, François Perruchas, Thomas Scherngell, Michael Barber and Philippe Larédo. The role of European Programmes in the European distribution of knowledge, the case of nanoscience and technology

Francisco Freitas and Chiara Carrozza. Tracing research and development impacts using geographic data and a FP7 dataset

Session 5: Policy Mixes and New Instruments for Transforming Innovation

Koen Frenken, Marko Hekkert, Iris Wanzenböck and Matthias Weber. A new policy paradigm for accelerating societal transitions

Jurgita Staniulyte. Institutional entrepreneurship as the key instrument for transforming a post-socialist innovation system: the case study of Lithuania

Susana Borras. New Instruments for Transformative Innovation & their Functions: Product Development Partnerships for Neglected Diseases