ATLC2019: ATLANTA CONFERENCE ON SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY
PROGRAM

Days: Monday, October 14th Tuesday, October 15th Wednesday, October 16th

Monday, October 14th

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10:30-12:00 Session 2A: Changing Production Dynamics (SciSIP)

SciSIP

10:30
Innovation and manufacturing in global value chains: impact of internationalization of component suppliers for wind energy technology (abstract)
10:50
Technology Development, Strategic Risk and National Policy: The Impact of Chinese State-Capitalist Investments in U.S. Shale Gas (abstract)
11:10
Not all Technological Change is Equal: Disentangling Labor Demand Effects of Automation and Parts Consolidation (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2B: Careers & Families

Careers

10:30
Gender and the Impact of Parenthood on Faculty Productivity (abstract)
10:50
The relationship between parenting roles and academic productivity (abstract)
11:10
Family employees and innovation behavior of start-ups: A family embeddedness perspective of entrepreneurship (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2C: Misconduct & Delay
10:30
Standing on Shoulders of the Tumbling Giants: Empirical Investigation on Post-retraction Citation (abstract)
10:50
Delayed Recognition in Science: Different Causes of Sleeping and Awakening of Discoveries (abstract)
11:10
Measuring Correction Effects in Science: The Case of Retractions across Time, Places, and Fields (abstract)
11:30
Determinants of whistleblowing intention on research misconducts: Evidence from China (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2D: Open Science & Inclusion
10:30
Co-learning and innovation diffusion in South African university community engagement projects (abstract)
10:50
A proposal for assessing researchers’ engagement with Open Science: Indicator frameworks – between universal indicators and full customization (abstract)
11:10
Assessing community readiness and and adoption of open science infrastructure (abstract)
11:30
Re-evaluating the NSF broader impacts with the Inclusion-Immediacy Criterion: A look at nanotechnology research (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2E: University-Industry Linkages

Triple Helix

10:30
Acknowledgements to private funding: exploring additional traces of university-industry interactions through scientific publications (abstract)
10:50
When Average Joe met the Inexperienced Giant - The consequences for a young university of a partnership with a world-renowned company (abstract)
11:10
How Human Capital Affect the Effectiveness of Government-sponsored University-Industry Collaboration: Professionality in Firm’s Employee and Board (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2F: Procurement for Innovation Policy
10:30
Innovation policy on health in Brazil: a proposal for evaluation of the Partnerships for Development Productive (PDPs) (abstract)
10:50
Investigating the policy impact of public procurement for innovation (PPI) on firm's activity Korean case of R&D related pre-commercial PPI (abstract)
11:10
Functional procurement for innovation, welfare and the environment (abstract)
11:30
Innovation Mercantilism in the Global Clean Energy Sector (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2G: STI Institutions in Sustainable Development
10:30
Towards a monitoring and evaluation mechanism of the National System of Agroindustrial Science and Technology (SNCTA1, by its acronym in Spanish) to support decision-making regarding technical change in the sector (abstract)
10:50
An integrative management approach for the National Agriculture Innovation System in Colombia based on STI policy instruments. (abstract)
11:10
MANAGING INNOVATIONS: PERSPECTIVE FROM INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (abstract)
11:30
A Novel Indirect Cost Compensation Model to Keep Sustainable Development of Research Universities and Institutions (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3A: Start-ups & Entrepreneurs (SciSIP)

SciSIP

13:30
The Success of Start-Up that Participate in Business Incubators and Accelerators (abstract)
13:50
Media influences on entrepreneurship and innovation (abstract)
14:10
Funding Emerging Ecosystems (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3B: Early Careers

Careers

13:30
Converging structures – diverging functions: Is there a trend towards functional differentiation in the role of the doctorate? – Evidence from Germany (abstract)
13:50
Increasing transparency on postdoctoral salaries and numbers (abstract)
14:10
International Postdoctoral Mobility and Career Effect in Italian Academia – 1986-2015 (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3C: User Side of Impact
13:30
What Is the Role of Scientific Knowledge in Developing Urban Transport Policy? The Case of a Northern City in the United Kingdom (abstract)
13:50
Reframing policy issues through research: how obesity became a global warming concern (abstract)
14:10
Research utilization in public policy organizations: A systematic literature review and empirical test (abstract)
14:30
Productive Interactions from a user perspective (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3D: Novelty & Bibliometrics
13:30
Does the NIH Fund Edge Science? (abstract)
13:50
Google Scholar h-index as an alternative indicator to evaluate journals in Social Science and Humanities (SSH) : the Brazilian case (abstract)
14:10
The Potential for Proposal Analytics (abstract)
14:30
Is China’s Scholarship Also More Novel? (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3E: Tech Transfer

Triple Helix

13:30
Advanced technology adoption and its impact on innovation performance (abstract)
13:50
From Invention to innovation – tech transfer offices, patents, and technology adoption (abstract)
14:10
Revealing Patent Ownership: A Study of Life Sciences Companies (abstract)
14:30
How does exclusivity affect company behaviour toward university research commercialisation? (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3F: System analysis
13:30
State Economic Innovation and R&D Tax Credits (abstract)
13:50
Has the 2008 Global Financial Crisis a lasting impact on universities and public research institutes in the OECD? (abstract)
14:10
From North American hegemony to global competition for scientific leadership? Insights from the Nobel population. (abstract)
14:30
Research universities. A comparative study of US and Europe (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 3G: Innovation Capabilities: National Contexts

Global South

13:30
Novel Framework for Academic - Industry Linkage for Intellectual Property (IP) Generation and Management: A Case Study of Technical and Vocational Education Training(TVET) Research- Based Institution in Lagos- Nigeria (abstract)
13:50
Innovation policies and processes in the Global South: Many policies but limited results: What is the problem? (abstract)
14:10
Planning Innovation from the State: Policy Networks of Ecuador and Colombia (abstract)
14:30
Capabilities for Innovation and Policymaking: addressing the needs of Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4A: Firm Led Innovation Policy
15:30
The evolution of transnational R&D: the case of US MNEs and India and China (abstract)
15:50
Emergence of advocacy coalition supporting emerging technology innovation systems: Case study of strategic foresight for additive manufacturing (abstract)
16:10
Transformation of cross-border regional innovation system: A case study of Hong Kong and Shenzhen (abstract)
16:30
Leveraging on Technological Learning for Scaling-up in Clustered Micro-Firms in Nigeria (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4B: Institutional Prestige & Careers

Careers

15:30
Productivity, prominence, and the effects of academic environment (abstract)
15:50
The Increasing Importance of Training Awards in the Careers of Early-Stage Biomedical Academic Researchers (abstract)
16:10
Faculty Recruitment and Retention at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (abstract)
16:30
Research choices in scientific careers: Competition in Science? (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4C: Publishing Norms
15:30
Motives to Publish - Structures of company publications in scientific journals (abstract)
15:50
Predicting Breakthroughs in Research (abstract)
16:10
Do Firms Publish? A Multi-Sectoral Analysis (abstract)
16:30
Demographic Differences in the Publication Output of U.S. Doctorate Recipients (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4D: Science to Society
15:30
Socio-technical Transitions and Mission-orientated Policies: The need for new implementation models for innovation and research programmes (abstract)
15:50
Conceptualising and characterising the mechanisms for Grimpact (abstract)
16:10
A formative approach to the evaluation of Transformative Innovation Policies (abstract)
16:30
A Framework for Understanding Social Engagement in Research Universities (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4E: Universities & Innovation I

Triple Helix

15:30
Assessing the Role of Championing Leadership in Enhancing Academic Entrepreneurship: Evidence from U.S. Research Universities (abstract)
15:50
Maximizing Technology Commercialization of Federal Research Investments through the Best Practices at Innovation and Economic Prosperity Universities (abstract)
16:10
The challenge of the generation of university spin off companies in Mexico (abstract)
16:30
The Impact of I-Corps on Academic Entrepreneurship (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4F: Public Investments in Innovation: National Contexts

Global South

15:30
Innovation Trajectories and Transitions to a Knowledge Society in Brazil and Japan: Institutional Challenges and Structural Barriers (abstract)
15:50
Innovation-Productivity Paradox in India’s manufacturing sector - An analysis using innovation system perspective (abstract)
16:10
Evaluating the policy mix to support innovativeness in firms: evidence from Estonian firms (abstract)
16:30
Implementation Evaluation for the Policy reform of Scientific Research Project Management ——A case study from China (abstract)
15:30-17:00 Session 4G: Measuring Innovation Impacts (SciSIP)

SciSIP

15:30
Innovations in scientific grants and their relationship to future impact (abstract)
15:50
Measuring R&D knowledge diffusion through large databases (abstract)
16:10
The Impact of Bayh-Dole on Commercialization of Publicly-Funded R&D (abstract)
18:00-21:00 Gala Dinner

Conference Banquet & poster session

18:00-21:00 Session 5: Poster Session and Cocktails
18:00
Individual and Institutional Characteristics Contributing to Open-Access Publishing (abstract)
18:00
Most Published Research Findings Maybe False, But Some Worth Doing: An Application to Public Health (abstract)
18:00
Dynamic capabilities and the Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship: the case of academic spin-offs (abstract)
18:00
SCIENCE IN THE NATIONAL PARKS: DYNAMICS ASSOCIATED WITH US POLICY (abstract)
18:00
Ties with Benefits: Relationship between Multi-functional Network and Work-Life Balance (abstract)
18:00
The Impact of Energy Industry Intellectual Property on US Renewables Policy (abstract)
18:00
Innovation capabilities or social needs: what defines the spatial distribution of social innovations in European regions? (abstract)
18:00
Non-scientist Use of Scientific and Technical Information: An Analysis of User Comments from Harvard's DASH Repository and MIT OpenCourseWare (abstract)
18:00
Science and Technology Human Capacity Building in Developing Countries: Challenges and Opportunities for Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras (abstract)
18:00
An estimation of the reduction of health effect caused by air pollution by implementing new technology to reduce the emissions of particulate matter: The case of Chile (abstract)
18:00
The interplay between science and policy in environmental collaboration and governance: the case of the Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macao Greater Bay Area (abstract)
18:00
Ethnic Diversity and the Productivity of Scientists (abstract)
18:00
Innovation in the Global South: Understanding innovation in the informal sector using a participatory research methodology. (abstract)
18:00
Has Social Sector Development Catalyzed Inclusiveness of India’s Growth Policy With Special reference to education and health (abstract)
18:00
Development of open business models and innovation in the Canadian aerospace sector (abstract)
18:00
Use me when you need me: firms’ co-creation output with universities and the economic cycle (abstract)
18:00
An evolutionary game theory approach to the role of government in technology transitions (abstract)
18:00
An analytical heuristic of societal impact assessment (AMOSIA) (abstract)
18:00
The Dynamics of Policy Design: What do we know about its processes and challenges? (abstract)
18:00
Study on the Basic Research Policies in China in the 40 Years of Reform and Opening up via Policy Documents Analysis (abstract)
18:00
Relationship between public support to firms and dynamics of firm innovation strategies (abstract)
18:00
The “Weak” Version of the Porter Hypothesis, Environmental Regulation, and Technological Innovation — An Empirical Analysis Based on Panel Data at Provincial Level in China (abstract)
18:00
Under what conditions does a firm’s research publication in emerging science-related technology benefit itself rather than external actors? (abstract)
18:00
Strategizing Scientific Awards: The Impacts of Early-Career Awards on the Research Network of Recipient Scientists (abstract)
18:00
The evolution of megascience project leadership - Evidence from the Tevatron and the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) (abstract)
18:00
Development and Implementation of an Indicator Model of Early Career Researchers in Germany (abstract)
18:00
The pattern of innovation in South African Manufacturing sector (abstract)
18:00
Science, technology and innovation policy networks and governance: the case of the projects funded with royalties between 2012 and 2018 (abstract)
18:00
Exploring the influence of absorptive capacity of non-R&D intensive firms on innovation performance: A sectoral analysis of South African manufacturing and services firms (abstract)
18:00
Public University Research Funding and local University-Firm Cooperation: An Analysis of the German Excellence Initiative (abstract)
18:00
The Network Mode of Transformation of Scientific and Technological Achievements: A New Idea from China (abstract)
18:00
Industry and University - the STIM Consortium strategy for a self-organizing platform. (abstract)
18:00
The formation of doctorates in the context of international mobility. The case of nanotechnology in Mexico (abstract)
18:00
R&D Subsidies on Misallocation of Innovation Resources in China (abstract)
18:00
How Automation and AI Affect Worker Well-Being: Looking Beyond Displacement and Wages (abstract)
Tuesday, October 15th

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08:30-10:00 Session 6A: S&T Policy Processes (SciSIP)

SciSIP

08:30
A collaboratively-derived international research agenda on legislative science advice (abstract)
08:50
Science Advice to the President and the Role and Impact of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) (abstract)
09:10
Measuring & Analyzing the Use of Science and Innovation in Policy: An Application to National Environmental Policy Act Decisions (abstract)
09:30
Exploring Knowledge production in Europe. The KNOWMAK tool (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6B: Chinese Return Mobility

Careers

08:30
Returnee Academic Entrepreneurship in China (abstract)
08:50
From inbreeding to student laundering: How academic background is influencing the career attainment of Chinese overseas returnees (abstract)
09:10
The career development of leading social scientists in China — A multidimensional comparison of returnees and locals (abstract)
09:30
Returning scientists and the emergence of China’s science system (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6C: Rethinking Technology Emergence
08:30
Characterizing Emerging Topics toward Priority Setting in Research Funding (abstract)
08:50
Rethinking Technology Emergence: Measurement, Policy, Insights (Jan Youtie Panel Organizer, Submission #77); Paper Title: The Politics of Attention for Autonomous Vehicles: Technology Forecasts and Policy Images from U.S. Industry (abstract)
09:10
Emerging Technologies: Responsible Development and Challenges of Societal Alignment (abstract)
09:30
Rethinking Technology Emergence: Measurement, Policy, Insights (abstract)
09:50
Dispatches from the Indicators of Technology Emergence Project (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6D: Patents & Regulation
08:30
Institutional ownership of academic patent in Japan: empirical analysis of its impact on academic research (abstract)
08:50
Assessing how the Colocation of Science and Technology Benefits Innovation (abstract)
09:10
The effect of patent pledge policy on patent pledges and regional innovation (abstract)
09:30
The role of regulators in mitigating uncertainty within the Valley of Death (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6E: Measuring Innovation in Africa

Global South

08:30
Towards participatory innovation measures and indicators: exploring the value of participatory visual methods (abstract)
08:50
Special Session Presentation: Linking Work Organisation with Capacity Development and Innovativeness in Microenterprises in Nigeria (abstract)
09:10
Innovation for inclusive development (IID): Learning from informal settings in the Global South (abstract)
09:30
Towards a measurement programme of innovation in the informal sector in Africa (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6F: National Level Policy
08:30
Policy learning as a key drive of science, technology and innovation policy in China——How the Concept of National Innovation System was introduced and developed in China (abstract)
08:50
Functional Analysis of Innovation Policy Instruments: A Method to Assess Design, Implementation and Governance of Innovation Policy in Developing Countries (abstract)
09:10
What 50 Years of R&I Policy History Tells us about How to Make Future Policy: Evidence from a study of policy changes in Sweden (abstract)
09:30
The role of politics in transformative science, technology and innovation policies in emerging economies: the case of Colombia (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6G: Biomedicine & Policy
08:30
R&D incentives and innovation spillovers: evidence from the European orphan drug regulation (abstract)
08:50
Resolving the healthcare needs in developing countries: Role of inclusive innovations (abstract)
09:10
Disease burden, research efforts and scientific visibility: Exploring factors diverting research attention from global health needs (abstract)
09:30
Medical research versus disease burden in Africa (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7A: Entrepreneurs & Firms
10:30
Emergent small business narratives in three high-technology industries (abstract)
10:50
Understanding the role of Local Institutional Entrepreneurs in inclusive innovation initiatives in rural communities in Colombia (abstract)
11:10
Cooperative R&D and the performance of start-up firms: Does founders’ human capital matter? (abstract)
11:30
Ecosystems of Entrepreneurship: Configurations and Critical Dimensions (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7B: Gathering Input for Policy
10:30
Sustainable Energy Transition towards the 100% Renewable Energy Society: Insights from Surveys of Experts in Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom (abstract)
10:50
Succeeding and failing in delivering scientific evidence: a close look of two cases of environmental conflicts in Chile. (abstract)
11:10
The Connection Between Battery Storage and Climate Change: Testing for the Politicization of Energy Storage Research in the Media (abstract)
11:30
A Schizophrenic Public? Understanding the Shifts of Public Opinion on Nuclear Energy Policy through the Deliberative Polling Process (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7C: Team Science
10:30
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Team Science: A Study of Evaluating Current State of China's Scientific Research Teams (abstract)
10:50
Enabling combinatoric innovation (abstract)
11:10
The Importance of Dynamic Scientific Networks in Science Policy of Africa (abstract)
11:30
Aligning scientific impact and societal relevance: The roles of academic engagement and interdisciplinary research (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7D: Human Capital Indicator Challenges
10:30
Core Indicators of U.S. S&E Higher Education (abstract)
10:45
STEM K-12 Education Indicators (abstract)
11:00
Science and Engineering Labor Force (abstract)
11:15
Science and Engineering Indicators Reimagined: S&E Indicators for the Digital Age (abstract)
11:30
Foreign Nationals Earning S&E PhDs from U.S. Institutions: Are those at highly ranked departments more likely to stay in the U.S. after graduation? (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7E: Universities & Innovation II

Triple Helix

10:30
STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT THEORY REVISITED: SCIENCE COMMERCIALIZATION, PERSONNEL AUTHORITIES, AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN U.S. RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES (abstract)
10:50
Effectiveness of technology transfer in public research institutions in South Africa: A review of national survey data using the revised contingent effectiveness model, and implications for future measurement (abstract)
11:10
The University of Pfizer: How Pharma Uses Translational Science to Offload Risk to Universities (abstract)
11:30
Revisiting the agent roles of the technology transfer office in Taiwan (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7F: Changing Research on Research in UK
10:30
Discourses, politics and practices of UK research on research (abstract)
10:50
‘Lost in translation? Post-Brexit futures for UK research’ (abstract)
11:10
A new agenda for Research on Research: combining disciplines, mixing methods (abstract)
11:30
Examining emerging methodologies in the Research on Research landscape (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7G: Green Innovation
10:30
Supporting New Ventures in Clean Energy Technology: The Role of ARPA-E (abstract)
10:50
Mission-oriented research policies impact to research themes: case fuel cell technology (abstract)
11:10
Governing Competing Technological Innovation Systems for Sustainability Transitions – Lessons from the German Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs (abstract)
11:30
Public Policy of S,T&I and Territory: Energy Sectorial Fund in Pernambuco/Brazil (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8A: Interdisciplinarity & Human Capital (SciSIP)

SciSIP

13:30
Policy Extensions and Pathways: Engaging the Science of Broadening Participation and Inclusion in Science and Engineering (abstract)
13:50
Regulations that do not help: The effect of rule and regulations on scientific collaboration and productivity (abstract)
14:10
Basic Research on the Scientific Frontier: The Influence of the Disciplinary Knowledge Variety of Scientists’ Publications and their Citation Impact on Subsequent Interdisciplinary Publications (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8B: Gender & Productivity

Careers

13:30
Female-authored papers are more often in high impact journals but less cited (abstract)
13:50
Field differences in gender bias: the ERC starting grants case (abstract)
14:10
How inclusive is AI? A bibliometric study on gendered scientific and technological development (abstract)
14:30
Scientific production and impact in Africa – Does collaboration mitigate the gender bias? (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8C: Policy Laboratory
13:30
Breaking Bad with the Participatory Turn? Acceleration and Intensification of Participatory Experiments (abstract)
13:45
How experiments become futures: Social learning for self-driving cars (abstract)
14:00
Co-creating with robots: Testing knowledge and designing futures for our aging societies (abstract)
14:15
A Laboratory put to the Test. Experimenting with Self-Driving Cars and their Infrastructures (abstract)
14:30
Testing future societies? Developing a framework for test beds and living labs as instruments of innovation governance (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8D: Evaluation in Practice
13:30
A Value Assessment Engine for International Space Station Research and Development (abstract)
13:50
Evaluating an Innovative Basic Research Program: The Case of the Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Systems Initiative (abstract)
14:10
Professional standards in bibliometric research evaluation? A meta-evaluation of European assessment practice (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8E: Technologies Emerging Globally

Global South

13:30
Timing of Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy for Country-level Innovation (abstract)
13:50
Boundary Work and Transversality: A Framework for the North-South Governance of Emerging Technologies (abstract)
14:10
Multi-level Governance of Emerging Science and Technology: Insights from Nanoscience in Canada (abstract)
14:30
Regional Technological Systems in Transition - Effects and Development of Technological Portfolios in China (abstract)
13:30-15:00 Session 8F: Space Policy
13:30
Influence of Commercial Satellite Operator Data Sharing and Emerging Space Nation Stakeholder Preferences on Space Traffic Management System Architecture (abstract)
13:50
Success and Failure in National Security-Civil Cooperation: Examining the Case of Interagency Sharing of Satellite Reconnaissance Data (abstract)
14:10
Helping the Little Guy: The Impact of Government Awards on Small Technology Firms (abstract)
14:30
Active Space Debris Removal: Responsibility, Timeline, and National Security Implications (abstract)
Wednesday, October 16th

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08:30-10:00 Session 10A: National Innovation Networks
08:30
STI Policy Impacts on Building International Emerging Innovation Networks (abstract)
08:50
Do research groups benefit from their linkages with firms? Some evidence for nano, bio and ICT research groups from Argentina. (abstract)
09:10
Government funding and international collaboration in scientific research (abstract)
09:30
Interdisciplinary collaboration in research networks: Empirical analysis of energy-related research in Greece (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 10B: Mobility & Career Development

Careers

08:30
International mobility and the career progression of European academics (abstract)
08:50
When scientists cross the line (abstract)
09:10
How Does Scientific Mobility Impact Knowledge Flows? An Examination of the Knowledge Diffusion Channel (abstract)
09:30
Human Capital and Transitions Out of Entrepreneurship by Scientists and Engineers (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 10C: Individuals & Excellence
08:30
Recruiting by numbers - The diffusion and translation of bibliometrics in academic hiring processes (abstract)
08:50
Towards a multidimensional valuation model of scientists (abstract)
09:10
Origin of Novelty (abstract)
09:30
How can we detect star scientists? : The type of star scientists and the transition in Japan (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 10D: Technology concentration/dispersion
08:30
Technological Diversification in European Regions: The Role of E-skills (abstract)
08:50
Technological diversification: a matter of related or unrelated varieties? (abstract)
09:10
The R&D composition of European countries: concentrated versus dispersed profiles (abstract)
09:30
Investigating Originality and Generality of Technological Competitiveness Based on Corporate R&D (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 10E: Interdisciplinarity & Institutions
08:30
A contribution to the structural evaluation of research organizations – the case of the Austrian Research Center of Industrial Biotechnology (abstract)
08:50
A concept for the measurement of the interdisciplinarity of research organizations - The example of the Fraunhofer Society (abstract)
09:10
The development of a new instrument to evaluate research agendas in STEM fields (abstract)
09:30
Exploring Barriers to Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 10F: Digital Innovation Policy
08:30
Digital transition policies in the emerging economies: are agents for development an optimal choice? (abstract)
08:50
Governing Data-Driven Innovation in Cyber-Physical Systems: Open Data for Smart Cities through Regulatory Sandboxes (abstract)
09:10
Estimation of Adoption Functions for Multiple Smart Technologies: Evidence from a Variety of Levels of Government (abstract)
09:30
Experimental innovation policy (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 11: Bridging the divide between research and practice in science policy: fostering value and use of research on research

Closing Plenary Panel

10:30
Bridging the divide between research and practice in science policy: fostering value and use of research on research (abstract)