Danube-INCO.NET — Advancing Research and Innovation in the Danube Region


Evaluating smart specialisation and regional innovation (Danube-INCO.NET panel at Open Evaluation 2016)

This panel (previously announced on this site as Science for S3 workshop: Combining old and new approaches for monitoring and evaluating innovation policies) aims at discussing how we can monitoring and evaluate both problem definition and policy implementation in STI policies with a special emphasis on smart specialisation. It will be organised by the Danube-INCO.NET project, and in particular by the consortium member JRC-IPTS of the European Commission and the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) as local host, on 25th November 2016 between 11.10 - 13.10 at the international conference Open Evaluation 2016 - Business Stage 3.1).

  • Event date: November 25, 2016
  • Posted on: 19.10.2016
  • Vienna,
  • Austria

Website: Link

The panel will consist of the following three presentations:

  • Networking additionality, but for whom? Evidence from a regional innovation programme (Annalisa Caloffi, University of Padova)
  • Knowledge governance and policy learning: Theoretical reflections (Alwin L. Gerritsen, Wageningen University)
  • The informational basis of STI policies in Europe (Alexander Kleibrink, Joint Research Centre, European Commission)

To attend this panel it is necessary to register first for the OPEN EVALUATION Conference.


For more information, please contact: Alexander.KLEIBRINK@ec.europa.eu


S&T field/scope: General, Innovation and Development, Social Sciences | Affilation and Pillar: Danube-INCO.NET, Key stakeholders, Research and innovation community, Research and Innovation support Initiatives | Geographical focus: Danube Region, EU Member States

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