Contributions from 30 years of innovation policy research in Austria
Edited By Matthias Weber
This book brings together a set of contributions that show the breadth and depth of the scientific work of Josef Fröhlich and his influence on Austrian research, technology and innovation (RTI) policy. It is edited in honour of the occasion of his retirement as Head of Innovation Systems Department at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology. The contributors provide an overview of important issues of debate at the intersection of innovation studies and government policy, which have been pivotal for the modernisation and consolidation of the Austrian innovation system since the early 1990s.
Laurent Bergé is a post-doc researcher at the Centre for Research in Economics and Management at University of Luxembourg. He received his doctoral degree in Economics from University of Bordeaux. In his research he focuses on network dynamics, determinants of innovation and the economics of science.
Eva Buchinger is a scientist at the Austrian Institute of Technology, specializing in innovation and systems theory. She is, among other roles, board member of the ISA Research Committee on Sociocybernetics, lecturer at the Technical University of Vienna and consultant for the Austrian Government and EU Institutions.
Wolfgang Czerny graduated in Physics and Mathematics and was active in nuclear physics research. He studied systems theory and cybernetics and until his retirement worked as a scientist at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology with a focus on innovation research and complex systems.
Bernhard Dachs is Senior Scientist at the Center for Innovation Systems & Policy of AIT. His areas of expertise are the economics of innovation and technological change, in particular the internationalisation of R&D, innovation in services, and the analysis of technology policy.
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