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AutorIn 1:
Polt, Wolfgang
AutorIn 2:
Unger, Maximilian
AutorIn 3:
Ploder, Michael
weitere AutorInnen:
Wagner-Schuster, Daniel
HerausgeberIn 1:
JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH - POLICIES – Institut für Wirtschafts- und Innovationsforschung
Titel:
The Leverage Potential of the European Research Area for Austria’s Ambition to become one of the Innovation Leaders in Europe – A comparative study of Austria, Sweden and Denmark
Ort:
Wien
Verlag:
JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH - POLICIES
Jahr:
2015
Anmerkung:
Study on behalf of the ERA Council Forum Austria
Abstract:
"(...) Against the background of an apparent loss of dynamics of the Austrian Research and Innovation system, and the danger of missing the target of the Austrian STI strategy from 2011 to advance among the ranks of the innovation leaders, the ERA Council Forum Austria commissioned a study in the beginning of 2015 which should identify the main gaps and barriers for Austria to become an innovation leader, the role of Austrian universities and their potential contribution to this goal and to compare Austria to ‘Innovation Leaders’, especially Denmark and Sweden with a view to learn from their performance and practices. The study was carried out by JOANNEUM RESEARCH (AT) in cooperation with DAMVAD Analytics (DK/SE). It employed a mix of quantitative and qualitative approaches including Interviews, Webinars, policy roundtables and workshops covering a broad range of actors in both comparator countries. It gradually advanced from the aggregate quantitative level of comparison of indicators to the micro-level of individual policy initiatives and programmes, at each stage refining and reformulating the hypothesis. In this process, we benefitted from the feedback of both the ERA council forum, the members of our scientific advisory board as well as from colleagues in Denmark and Sweden. In addition, an OECD Review of Swedish innovation policy which ran in parallel to this study provided chances for exchange and joint discussions. (...)"
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