Changing Governance of Research and Technology Policy: The European Research Area

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Jakob Edler, Stefan Kuhlmann, Maria Behrens
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Political Science - 343 pages
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This collection analyses and comments on the development of the ERA, which seeks to co-ordinate national research and advance European wide projects. The contributors include leading scholars of European integration and technology policy and high-level ad
 

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Contents

Changing Governance in European Research and Technology Policy
3
Shared Governance Through Mutual Policy Learning
33
Old Games Old Players New Rules New Results
64
Political Dynamics of the ERA
81
Change in European RD Policy as a Complex Consensusbuilding Process
98
Changing Governance the SubEuropean Perspective
133
European Research Area New Roles for National and European RTDI Funding Programs?
135
National butandor European the Differentiation of EURD Policy Subsystems in Three Countries
165
Entering the Club
210
Introducing Regions and Innovationrelated Needs in the Multilayer Logic of the European Research Area
230
German Corporatism in Industrial RD Its National Structure and European Challenge
255
Changing Governance a Sectoral Perspective the Case of Biotechnology
269
International Innovative Activities National Technology Competition and European Integration Efforts
271
Innovation Policy in a Multilevel Governance System
290
The European Research Area and the Social Contextualization of Technological Innovations
311
Index
333

Finnish Science and Technology Policy in the Context of Internationalization and Europeanization
191

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