ATLC2023: ATLANTA CONFERENCE ON SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICY
PROGRAM

Days: Tuesday, May 23rd Wednesday, May 24th Thursday, May 25th Friday, May 26th

Tuesday, May 23rd

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Wednesday, May 24th

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10:30-12:00 Session 2A: Research Careers
10:30
Mobility of U.S.-Trained Foreign-Born S&E PhDs – a study of evidence building for science policy research (abstract)
10:45
Experiences of Foreign Born/Foreign Trained US STEM Faculty: A Qualitative Metasynthesis of the Literature through the Intersectional Lenses of Gender and Race/Ethnicity (abstract)
11:00
Talking and Walking Interdisciplinarity Across Fields (abstract)
11:15
Quantifying gender and retention patterns among U.S. faculty (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2B: Measuring and Governing Global Science
10:30
The latent structure of global scientific development (abstract)
10:45
Exploring Alternatives for Measuring National Scientific Capacity (abstract)
11:00
Changing landscape of global science funding (abstract)
11:15
Democratic Governance and International Research Collaboration: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Global Science Network (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2C: Innovation Capabilities for Transformative Change
10:30
Panel: Innovation capabilities for transformative change: opening a critical knowledge dialogue - Title: Institutional capacities and capabilities for Transformative Innovation. Learnings from diverse experimental policy engagements (abstract)
10:45
Innovation capabilities for transformative change: opening a critical knowledge dialogue (abstract)
11:00
Making Urban Sustainability Transitions happen: Transformative Innovation Policy in Six European Cities (abstract)
11:15
Transformative innovation capabilities in practice: insights from the Living Catchments policy experiment in South Africa (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2D: Assessing Use of Research Evidence in Legislatures
10:30
[Panel: Akerlof et al., Quantitative Methods for Assessing the Use of Research Evidence in Legislatures] Detecting Evidence Citation and Quotation in the U.S. Congress: A Methodological Case Study (abstract)
10:45
[Panel Proposal] Quantitative Methods for Assessing the Use of Research Evidence in Legislatures (abstract)
11:00
Did governments leverage the ‘best’ research during COVID-19? An education policy case study. (abstract)
11:15
Quantitative Methods for Assessing the Use of Research Evidence in Legislatures (abstract)
11:30
Quantitative Modeling of Science-Policy Engagement – Leveraging Behavioral Science to Strengthen Legislative Science Advice (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2E: Government Funding
10:30
Research misconduct investigations in China’s science funding system (abstract)
10:45
Is this grant scarce and desirable? The perception of competition in public research funding (abstract)
11:00
Cross-disease spillovers: Evidence from HIV research targeting (abstract)
11:15
Joining the dots between government, funders and academia: are Areas of Research Interest the missing cog in the system? (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2F: Climate Sustainability and Environmental Justice
10:30
Policy perspectives regarding benefits and challenges of connecting with citizen science initiatives. A case study on environmental justice (abstract)
10:45
STI policy and climate change: insights from Uruguay and South Africa (abstract)
11:00
Equitable Energy Transition Issue Analysis: A Comprehensive Success Factor Analysis (CSFA) Approach (abstract)
11:15
“Walking the green line”: government sponsored R&D and clean technologies in the US (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 2G: Responsible Research and Innovation
10:30
Inclusion as Science and Innovation Policy Objective: Comparing Responsible Research and Innovation and Broader Impacts Frameworks (abstract)
10:45
Framing and operationalizing ethical and responsible innovation in AI-driven manufacturing innovation (abstract)
11:00
Role of Scientific Institutions in the Development of Molecular Diagnostics in India: Need for Responsible Innovation System Approach (abstract)
11:15
Engaging learned societies in promotion of open science and responsible research (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3A: Research Careers and Institutional Types
13:15
Institutional reproduction of intersectional inequalities in science (abstract)
13:30
Labor advantages drive the greater productivity of faculty at elite universities (abstract)
13:45
Faculty Research Productivity in Striving Research Universities (abstract)
14:00
The value of competitive hires within institutions under audit: A global comparison of university departments in the UK, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Norway and Hong Kong (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3B: Institutions and Science
13:15
Explaining growth and decline of academic field at public universities. (abstract)
13:30
Scholarly publishing at US federally funded research & development laboratories: influences on public-private science (abstract)
13:45
University scientific coproduction becomes more social in crisis (abstract)
14:00
Imprinting or Learning? Charting the Organizational Evolution of Scientific Laboratories (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3C: Regions II
13:15
The Geographic Content of Research: What are the places that get studied? (abstract)
13:30
Comparing states’ AI capabilities in governance and performances (abstract)
13:45
Rationality of export promotion policies in Costa Rica: is this a mix of GVC, innovation system and middle income trap approaches? (abstract)
14:00
Signaling innovation activities within agri-food ecosystems (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3D: Governance
13:15
Research Governance and the Dynamics of Science: A Comparative Analysis of Governance Effects in Organisational Context (abstract)
13:30
The Technological Convergence of Emerging Intelligent Technology Ecosystem (abstract)
13:45
Knowledge Intermediaries and Evidence Use in State Policymaking: Topic Modeling and Analysis of Two Consequential Policy Areas (abstract)
14:00
Building resilient technology policy through public participation: The case of the Chilean National AI Strategy (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3E: Measuring Innovation
13:15
Understanding the use of innovation-related concepts in enterprises’ websites (abstract)
13:30
Examining Firms’ Engagement with Different Forms of Knowledge Disclosure: Website, Publication and Patent data (abstract)
13:45
Quantifying biomedical firms’ basic research (abstract)
14:00
Are Federal Contractors Less Innovative? (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3F: Energy Technology
13:15
The impact of innovation cluster policies on Energy-transition: Learning from leading energy clusters in Germany. (abstract)
PRESENTER: Mahendra Singh
13:30
Using Granular Start-up and Project Data to Analyze Global Scaling of Novel Climate and Energy Technologies (abstract)
13:45
Leveraging technology spillovers to accelerate clean energy innovation (abstract)
14:00
Mission-oriented policy learning for an agile energy research program – The case of Germany (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 3G: Open Science and Accessibility
13:15
The Economic Logic of Open Science in Fusion-Energy Research: A Systematic Approach to Policymaking (abstract)
13:30
How to make research data available and ensure compliance with the OSTP Memo (abstract)
13:45
Open Access policies, their effectiveness and unexpected consequences (abstract)
14:00
Information accessibility and knowledge creation: the impact of Google’s withdrawal on Chinese scientific publications (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4A: Decisions and Scientific Productivity
15:15
Does Double-blind Peer-review Effectively Correct for Demographic Disparities in Research Funding? (abstract)
15:30
Parody, Joke, or Insanity? Retracted Publications Continue to Garner Attention (abstract)
15:45
Gender bias in funding evaluation: A RCT field experiment (abstract)
16:00
Large-scale assessment of editors' impact on publishing in the social sciences (abstract)
16:15
Exploring Transparency and Openness Through TOP Factors and Citation Indicators (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4B: Barriers, Bottlenecks and Disruptions in Innovation
15:15
Team collaboration network, team structure and evolution of knowledge network: An empirical examination of solar energy industry (abstract)
15:30
How do firms overcome barriers to innovations?: the mediating roles of external and internal funding of Korean Green firms (abstract)
15:45
A cluster analysis of innovation barriers in agricultural sector: A k-modes machine learning algorithm approach (abstract)
16:00
Voluntary Human Capital Mobility, Involuntary Mobility, and Innovation; Evidence from the Collapse of Nortel Networks (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4C: Digital and Data Led Innovation
15:15
The Smart City as a Field of Innovation: Effects of Public-Private Data Collaboration on Innovation Performance of Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises in China (abstract)
15:30
Are Digital Innovation Policies Effective in Promoting the Development of Digital Economy in China? (abstract)
15:45
Assessing Organizational Capabilities and Effectiveness of Digital Transformation Implementation Agencies: A Case of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA) of South Korea (abstract)
16:00
Data-driven innovations in Germany: Drivers and determinants of adoption by SMEs (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4D: Networks
15:15
Capturing Research Field Dynamics through Multiplex Network Structures (abstract)
15:30
Using Hierarchical Stochastic Blockmodels to Examine Synthetic Biology Discourse on Twitter (abstract)
15:45
How do scientists’ network reciprocity and proximity affect their scientific resource exchange and collaboration? (abstract)
16:00
Exploring emerging trends in 5G industry from patent data using text mining techniques and network analysis (abstract)
16:15
Evolution of the co-authorship network in 5G technology: Bibliometrics and network analysis from 2005 to 2021. (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4E: Triple Helix
15:15
Advancing University, Industry, and Government Collaboration in Bibliometrics Building a network infrastructure for data infrastructure (abstract)
15:30
The Relationship between Government Innovation Funding and the Likelihood of Venture Capital, IPO, and Acquisition in Genomics (abstract)
15:45
Technology Transfer and Commercialisation in Nigerian Universities: Motivation, Barriers and Policy Options (abstract)
16:00
Local innovation potential of universities: university-industry cooperation and bridging researchers (abstract)
15:15-16:45 Session 4F: Carbon, Batteries, Energy
15:15
Greening manufacturing: Technology intensity and carbon dioxide emissions in developing countries (abstract)
15:30
The multilevel roles of the State in transformative innovation policy: analyzing the implications for emerging economies in the case of Uruguay and Colombia (abstract)
15:45
Innovation-Led Oriented Policies: Investigating the Development of Low-Carbon Hydrogen Technologies (abstract)
16:00
The role of external knowledge in industry development and sub-market formation: the case of lithium-ion batteries (abstract)
18:00-21:00 Session 5: Poster Session @ Gala Dinner
Open Innovation System, Absorptive Capacities, and Sustainable Economic Growth in Africa (abstract)
What drives wastewater reuse policy adoption and reinvention? A policy diffusion analysis (abstract)
A guiding framework for University-Industry partnerships to strengthen innovation and technology transfer ecosystem…a case study from India (abstract)
An Analysis of Revealed Comparative Advantages in Scientific and Technological Disciplines in the Anglophone Caribbean Region, 1996-2020 (abstract)
Using Zero Robotics as a study case for Intersectional Antiracist Technology Framework (abstract)
Policy innovations spawned by the advance of rooftop solar systems (abstract)
A Preliminary Study of First-Generation Academic Scientists’ Career Experiences (abstract)
Net Zero? An assessment of the technological innovation research funding towards low-carbon transitions (abstract)
PRESENTER: Abdulrafiu Abbas
From Crisis to Survival: How Informal Businesses Harness Innovation to Evolve their Businesses (abstract)
Purpose, progress and significance of innovative and challenging project in South Korea (abstract)
Changes and characteristics of science and technology policy due to COVID-19 -Focusing on the case of Korean government R&D investment- (abstract)
Bibliometric Analysis of Nanotechnology Applications for Coronavirus Treatment from 2000-2022 (abstract)
Facilitating STEM doctoral graduates’ innovation in the developing world: the case of South Africa, 2000 – 2018 (abstract)
Analysis of the Impact of Sovereign Wealth Funds on Defense Policy : The Case of South Korea’s Cluster Munition Industry (abstract)
Are researchers in national research institutes in China satisfied with the block grant funding policy ?-evidence from Fundamental Research Funds policy implementation (abstract)
Balancing the Tradeoff between Regulation and Innovation for Artificial Intelligence: An Analysis of Top-down Command and Control and Bottom-up Self-Regulatory Approaches (abstract)
Discovery patterns in the concepts entropy network and their impact on scientific research (abstract)
The Impacts of Network Multiplexity on Successful Scientific Productivity: The Case of US STEM Faculty (abstract)
Implementing Research Impact Assessments: what data, methods and resources do funders need to do this well? (abstract)
Are Women's Works and Claims Received with More Skepticism? (abstract)
Clusters and the Internationalization of National Innovation Systems (abstract)
Inequalities in knowledge production in the emerging Bioeconomy? The case of German-Brazilian scientific collaboration (abstract)
Differential Effects of Work-Family Conflicts on Academic Scientists’ Networks (abstract)
Navigating the tightrope: Understanding Shenzhen, its contemporary contexts, and its future as a center for Chinese technology and innovation (abstract)
An Analysis of Autonomous Vehicle Deployment Forecasts: Understanding a Technology Hype Cycle (abstract)
Analyzing the Significance of Public Values in Artificial Intelligence Patent Documents (abstract)
The Quest for Strategies of Social Control: from State Policy Documents for Autonomous Vehicles (abstract)
Governing academic research and publication with public sector logics: recipe for failures? (abstract)
How sectoral differences influence STI policies in catching up by emerging countries: A systematic literature review (abstract)
Investigating the determinants of publishing in journals indexed in the Web of Science: The Case of African Countries (abstract)
Thursday, May 25th

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08:30-10:00 Session 6A: Realities of Scientific Work I
08:30
Risk-Taking in Science (abstract)
08:45
Failure in Science: How organizational and institutional factors shape early career experience (abstract)
09:00
Female researchers report more overall responsibility in teamwork (abstract)
09:15
The Impact of Team Diversity on Research Productivity (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6B: Equity and inclusion in innovation II
08:30
Innovation for start-ups: the sooner the better? (abstract)
PRESENTER: Ming Gao
08:45
Does Institutional Context Matter for How Gender Influences Innovation? The Heterogeneous Impact of Gender Diversity on Technological Evolution (abstract)
09:00
Obstacles to innovation and labor productivity: evidence for Latin American and Caribbean SMEs (abstract)
09:15
Gender and transformative innovation in Africa: Strategic policy interventions to enhance participation of women in the 4th industrial revolution. (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6C: Innovation Along the Value Chain
08:30
Robot adoption and innovation activities (abstract)
08:45
The Material Basis of Modern Technologies. A Case Study on Rare Metals (abstract)
09:00
Induced innovation revisited: the development of US battery storage (abstract)
09:15
The curvilinear effect of economic growth on the quality of business patents (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6D: NLP and Policy Documents
08:30
Creation of new indicators with a specialized DeepLearning model for innovation studies – Testing the B Corp Certification (abstract)
08:45
Digital tools for tracing policy action through COVID-19 - Exploring the innovation strategies of 24 countries with natural language processing (abstract)
09:00
Evaluating Canadian Climate Policy Mix Stringency (abstract)
09:15
Teaching a virtual dog new tricks – Drawing intelligence from science, technology, innovation and policy documents (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6E: STI Policies for Sustainable Transitions
08:30
Specificities of energy and environmental transitions and resulting challenges for innovation policies to support them: a view from Germany (abstract)
08:45
How Willing are Consumers to Electrify Their Households? Case Study of the U.S. State of Georgia (abstract)
09:00
Innovation intermediaries in the new bioeconomy: Integrating translation, responsibility, and sustainable transitions (abstract)
09:15
History-friendly modelling of energy transitions in an enlarged TIS-MLP framework: the case of wind turbines (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 6F: Coproduction and Public Good
08:30
The involvement of non-academic partners in societally targeted funded research (abstract)
08:45
Public science for the public good? An evaluation of plant breeding innovations at Land Grant Universities (abstract)
09:00
What Does Equitable Co-production Entail? Three Perspectives (abstract)
09:15
Interactions among societal and professional RTDI actors in four different futures (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7A: Mobility and Careers
10:30
Labor-market placement of doctorate degree holders in Norway (abstract)
10:45
Quasi-experimental analysis of academic mobility: an example of the Polish international exchange program (abstract)
11:00
Quantifying hierarchy and dynamics in US faculty hiring and retention (abstract)
11:15
How many times should scholars move? The relationship between international academic mobility and research performance in the US and Europe (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7B: Disruptions in Research
10:30
Global research governance and its adaptation to research 'shocks': COVID disruption, response and recovery (abstract)
10:45
Knowledge accumulation and coordination capacities facing the COVID-19 pandemic (abstract)
11:00
Social Innovation for Resilience in Global Collaborative Research (abstract)
11:15
Artificial intelligence for COVID-19 research: What makes scientific collaborations successful? (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7C: National Policies
10:30
The Effects of Chinese Investments in Digital Infrastructures on Data Policies and Regulations in Host Countries: A Case Study on New Clark City, Philippines (abstract)
10:45
Transformative Innovation Policies as sociotechnical niches: An illustrative case from Colombia’s Social Appropriation of Knowledge policy (abstract)
11:00
The participation of the Global South in Ocean transnational science networks: evidences from the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina (abstract)
11:15
Innovation Policy Governance in Africa: insights from Nigeria and South Africa (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7D: Governance and Innovation
10:30
Equality of Opportunity as a Driver of Innovation: Conceptualization and Cross-Country Econometric Evidence (abstract)
10:45
Building an innovation ecosystem: ENCQOR’s strategy (abstract)
11:00
Connectivity, Networks, and Policy: Broadband and Urban Workforce Development (abstract)
11:15
Is Korean research council system good fit for innovation? (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7E: Qualitative & Machine Learning Methods
10:30
A methodological contribution to activate the trajectory of productive interactions between science and society. Application in two case studies and comparison of results. (abstract)
10:45
The making of a new technoscience: the contribution of CIFAR databases to the development of deep learning (abstract)
11:00
Use of Science in Government Decision-making: An Analysis of Regulatory Impact Analysis (abstract)
11:15
An inside look at the qualitative dimensions of research and researchers (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7F: Funding Mix
10:30
Diversification vs. specialization from the perspective of research programmes: a complexity approach (abstract)
10:45
Research generality as a measure of interdisciplinary impact: A case study of the NC State Genetic Engineering and Society Center (abstract)
11:00
Impact of Institutional Design and Funding Mix of Research Funding Programs (abstract)
11:15
Towards a conceptual clarification on large-scale research infrastructures (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 7G: Public Welfare and Social Good
10:30
Directionality in mission-oriented research: how portfolio analysis can reveal misalignments in priorities for mental health (abstract)
10:45
Innovation and social welfare: A new research agenda (abstract)
11:00
Tracing causal mechanisms for the impact of societally targeted funding (abstract)
11:15
What is in It for Us? Institutional Trustworthiness and Facial Recognition Technology in Policing (abstract)
12:00-13:15 Session 8: Early Career Professional Development Session
12:00
Critical Transitions from Student to Scholar and Professional: A Professional Development Session for Early Career Researchers (Students, Postdocs, Asst Profs) (abstract)
PRESENTER: Mary Frank Fox
13:15-14:45 Session 9A: Equity and Inclusion in Innovation 1
13:15
Averting Obsolescence: Knowledge Spillovers from Junior to Senior Inventors (abstract)
13:30
Innovation in Capacity Building for Applied Policy Research: The Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) Project - "Inclusivity at the Edge" (abstract)
13:45
Building the Future Science Policy Workforce Through Undergraduate Opportunities (abstract)
14:00
The Influence of Gender, Work Experience, and Education on the Likelihood of Raising Venture Capital and IPO in Genomics (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 9B: Collaborating Across Boundaries
13:15
Connecting innovation to human capabilities: a case study of township innovators in South Africa (abstract)
13:30
Joining evenly while remaining unlike: the influence of balanced inter-sectoral research collaborations on scientific performance (abstract)
13:45
Stronger together: migrant entrepreneurial teams in high-tech industries in Germany (abstract)
14:00
Collaboration Patterns of Public Research Institutes in Korea and Their Relation to Positioning of Research (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 9C: Regions I
13:15
Biomedical Entrepreneurship in U.S. Regions (abstract)
13:30
Understanding Economic Cluster Types: The Case of Europe (abstract)
13:45
Geography and Selection in the SBIR Program (abstract)
14:00
Government support to spur innovation in remote regions in Canada – Evidence from two Canadian Federal programs (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 9D: Universities and STI
13:15
Funding excellence and universities’ staff recruitment: evidence from the Italian ‘Department of Excellence’ program (abstract)
13:30
Resource Dependence Effects in Formalized Inter-organization Exchanges: The Case of University F&A Rates (abstract)
13:45
Is there gender bias in academic careers? An event history analysis (abstract)
14:00
Should universities be Smart about innovation? University technology portfolio and licensing strategies (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 9E: Evaluation 1
13:15
A Realistic Evaluation of Science Policy - Generating Learning for Spanish Public Administration Institutions (abstract)
13:30
Evaluation of the innovation incentive program. (abstract)
13:45
Evaluating the quality of non-written research outputs (abstract)
14:00
Measuring Ecosystems’ Innovation Capabilities with The Innovation Potential of Individuals: A Systematic Review of Multidimensional Construct (abstract)
13:15-14:45 Session 9F: STI & SDGs: STRINGS
13:15
Mapping and Steering STI towards SDGs: Insights from the STRINGS project (abstract)
13:30
How does SDG related research differ? (abstract)
13:45
Panel session name: Mapping and Steering STI towards SDGs: Insights from the STRINGS project. Paper tittle: Steering research towards sustainability: the role of international collaboration in research on Chagas disease (abstract)
14:00
Mapping patented inventions for progress towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (abstract)
14:15
Changing Directions: Steering science, technology and innovation towards the Sustainable Development Goals (abstract)
Friday, May 26th

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08:30-10:00 Session 11A: Career Roles: Trajectories
08:30
Gender bias in team formation: The case of the European Science Foundation’s grants (abstract)
08:45
Project Roles over the Career Trajectory: The misalignment between performed labor and desired career preparation (abstract)
09:00
Understanding Career Transitions of Applied Researchers to Universities. Evidence from Germany (abstract)
09:15
Academic Skill Variety Among Scientists and Engineers (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 11B: Realities of Scientific Work II
08:30
Gender and attrition in the changing nature of scientific work (abstract)
08:45
Leadership emergence and team performance: A network approach to analyze idea-generation discussions (abstract)
09:00
STEM collaboration practices: how academic patent networks influence knowledge flows (abstract)
09:15
Towards the measurement of epistemic disagreement in science (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 11C: Global & Regional
08:30
New industrial and innovation policies in the context of recent productive and innovative global transformations (abstract)
08:45
The Division of Scientific Labour: An empirical view on contributions to global science from the periphery (abstract)
09:00
Technological Capabilities and Co-Invention Networks for Regional Diversification: Evidence from Brazil (abstract)
09:15
Monitoring and evaluation of regional agricultural innovation in emerging economies: assessing the conditions for further operationalization in the case of Casanare, Colombia (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 11D: Policy Considerations
08:30
How are GVC-oriented policies different? The Implications for ST&I Policies (abstract)
08:45
Policy considerations for AI and genome editing shaping humanity (abstract)
09:00
The Evolving Role of White House Science Advice: An Assessment of the Membership Balance and Policy Impact of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) (abstract)
09:15
Policy levers to traverse the “Valley of Death” – which to pull, when, and how hard? (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 11E: Evaluation 2
08:30
Learning to evaluate transitions and missions policies (abstract)
08:45
Meta-evaluation of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy: evidence from an emerging economy (abstract)
09:00
Evaluating Sectoral and Associative Policy: The Case of the FSAT Program in Argentina. (abstract)
09:15
An Integrated Approach to Innovation Policy Analysis: The Case of Romania (abstract)
08:30-10:00 Session 11F: Innovation for Public Purposes
08:30
Applied research to develop cancer drugs, basic research to succeed (abstract)
08:45
How does artificial intelligence contribute to public values? A large-scale analysis of AI patents (abstract)
09:00
Biomedical research and its propensity for spillover: a comparison of investigator initiated and NIH funder-initiated grants (abstract)
09:15
Problematising the role of STI policy in agricultural innovation in developing countries: The case of South Africa (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12A: Challenges in Innovation Policy
10:30
Covid-19 and Beyond: Arguments for a New Innovation Policy (abstract)
10:45
Ethics, Justice, and Policy: On the Dangers of Innovation (abstract)
11:00
Revisiting Research and Innovation Futures 10 years after: Devising policy insights against the backdrop of actual developments (abstract)
11:15
Innovation policy making from the practitioner's perspective – A morphological design process for policy instruments – The case of Germany (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12B: Rethinking National Innovation Policy Frameworks
10:30
Spheres of the context and institutional framework as conditioning factors for the accumulation of technological capabilities (abstract)
10:45
Technology Sovereignty: empirical implementations of a conceptual framework (abstract)
11:00
Obstacles to Innovate and the Role of Public Funding: Evidence from Chile (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12C: Informetric Methods
10:30
Quantifying science in policy : applying govscienceuseR research software to describe the science of Environmental Impact Statements (abstract)
10:45
Informetric methods for studying the diversity of the scientific workforce: Towards a state-of-the-art (abstract)
11:00
Identifying Hot Topics Based on Export Activity (abstract)
11:15
Identifying and Characterizing Translational Research Strategies (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12D: Private Sector Funding
10:30
Utilizing the national resources for financing transformation: experiences from four Latin American countries (abstract)
10:45
The Role of Speedier Public Funding for Small High-Tech Firmsentrepreneurial finance; seed funding; SBIR; NIH; public venture capital; entrepreneurial timing (abstract)
11:00
The commercialization of DoD-SBIR patents (abstract)
11:15
Corporate science and IPO (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12E: Tech Transfer
10:30
Innovative Funding Mechanisms to Enhance Federal Technology Transfer and Public Private Partnerships (abstract)
10:45
Varieties of Regional Innovation Systems around the World and Catch-up by Latecomers (abstract)
11:00
Government Funding and the Development of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Ecosystems (abstract)
10:30-12:00 Session 12F: Societal Impact of Research
10:30
Disentangling the societal discourse on covid-19 in Belgium: scientists communicating in the written press during the recent public health crisis (abstract)
10:45
A Toolkit for Demonstrating Societal and Economic Impact of University Research (abstract)
11:00
Societal impact of research and public policy: a bibliometric assessment (abstract)
11:15
Literature review and scientific mapping on the economic, policy, and societal impact of research (abstract)