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DAY 1 - Wednesday 19 May 2004
8:30 - 9.00 Registration
9:00 - 9:15 Welcome [Rm G24/25]
Professor Joe Tidd (SPRU)
9:15 - 10:45 Session 1 [Rm G24/25] Multi-actor spaces in research and innovation
Chair : Professor Ben Martin (SPRU)

Isabel Bortagaray, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology. The building of agricultural biotechnology capabilities in small countries : the cases of Costa Rica and Uruguay. [Abstract]
 
Claire Champenois, Center for the Sociology of Organizations (CSO / CNRS). Emergence of multi-actor markets for innovative projects and routinisation of entrepreneurship : an insight on the recent boom of the German biotechnology industry. [Abstract]
 
Ashveen Peerbaye, Groupe d’Analyse des Politiques Publiques (GAPP). The emergence of intermediary devices in genomics research : a look at the instrumental logics of the French Genopole system [Abstract]
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11.15-2.45 Session 2a [Rm G23] Regional policies
Chair : Elvira Uyarra (PREST)

Kasper Birkeholm Munk, Copenhagen B.Sl. Seeking and applying knowledge for the practical development of a regional innovation strategy : the case of the Greater Copenhagen Region. [Abstract]
 
Marta Romero de la Cruz, Research Unit on Comparative Policy and Politics, CSIC. Explaining regional science and technology policies in Spain : change and continuity. [Abstract]
 
Cécile Crespy, Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology, CNRS. The growing importance of regional policies for research in innovation in France ? The case study of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA). [Abstract]
11.15-12.45 Session 2b [Rm G24/25] Assessing and measuring innovation policy
Chair : Jordi Molas-Gallart (SPRU)

Isabelle Bruno, CERI/CNRS, Sciences Po Paris (FNSP). "The 3% Objective" : Benchmarking as a political tool towards a European Research Area. [Abstract]
 
Marco Jaso, PREST, University of Manchester. Assessing innovation policies in the Mexican phytopharmaceutical industry. [Abstract]

Susana Elena, Autonomous University of Madrid. Knowledge production in public sector research institutions : Problems of measurement and management. [Abstract]
12:45 - 13:45 Lunch
13.45-15.45 Session 3a [Rm G23] Policy process in heterogeneous environments
Chair : Erik Millstone (SPRU)

Pilar Rico Castro, Research Unit on Comparative Policy and Politics, CSIC. Opening resource niches and organizational adaptation : the Spanish technological centres. [Abstract]

Catherine Lyall, INNOGEN, University of Edinburgh. Concurrent Power : the role of policy networks in the multi-level governance of science and innovation in Scotland. [Abstract]

Wai Wah Alexandra Wong, University of Edinburgh. Policy issues in the cluster building process : a study of the information communication technology (ICT) cluster in Scotland. [Abstract]

Isabel Freitas, SPRU, University of Sussex. Organisational change in policy programmes supporting firms’ management capabilities. [Abstract]
13.45-15.45 Session 3b [Rm G24/25] National approaches to the study of innovation
Chair : David Twigg (SPRU)

Gustavo Atilio Crespi, SPRU, University of Sussex. Productivity growth in Latin America : vintage, selection and learning effects in Chilean manufacturing. [Abstract]

Tarmo Kalvet, Department of Public Administration and Social Policy, University of Tartu. Innovation policy in small states : general framework and the case of Estonia. [Abstract]

Jingjing Zhang, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology. How does China develop technological capabilities : an overview of the patent data. [Abstract]

Valeria Arza, SPRU, University of Sussex. Macroeconomic instability, innovation and financial constraints in Argentina. [Abstract]
16.00-17.30 Session 4 [Rm G24/25] New strategies for public research organisations
Chair : Kate Barker (PREST)

Rachel Levy, BETA, University of Strasbourg. The role of University-Industry relationships at the regional level : Application to University Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg. [Abstract]

Peter Schilling, Umeå School of Business and Economics, Umeå University. Swedish research policy 1980-2001. Towards a Mode 2 system of knowledge production ? [Abstract]

Anna Kosmützky, Institute for Science and Technology Studies, University of Bielefeld. On the relationship between research and teaching in the self-descriptions of German universities since 1990. [Abstract]
 
DAY 2 - Thursday 20 May 2004
9.00-11.00 Session 5a [Rm G23] New actors in biomedical research
Chair : Duncan Thomas (PREST)

Simone Rödder, Institute for Science and Technology Studies, University of Bielefeld. The "book of life" in German and British media. [Abstract]

Anne van Cromvoirt, Faculty of Health Sciences, Maastricht University. Therapeutic and non-therapeutic research. The Declaration of Helsinki as a boundary object. [Abstract]

Michael Hopkins, SPRU, University of Sussex. Exploring the "hidden research system" - Mapping the influence of key groups within hospital-centred networks that bring new medical technologies to the clinic. [Abstract]
9.00-11.00 Session 5b [Rm G24/25] Human capital formation and utilisation
Chair : TBC

Juan Manuel Corona, PREST, University of Manchester. Science and technology policies encouraging human capital formation : the case of the Mexican biotechnological sector. [Abstract]

Carolina Cañibano, Autonomous University of Madrid. Human capital and innovation systems : a theoretical approach based on empirical evidence from Spain. [Abstract]

Yesim Ucdogruk, Department of Economics, Middle East Technical University. Do researchers benefit from R&D support programs ? [Abstract]

José Real-Dato, Research Unit on Comparative Policy and Politics, CSIC. The Spanish research training system in transition. [Abstract]
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11.30-13.30 Session 6a [Rm G23] How firms benefit from external sources of knowledge
Chair : Paul Nightingale (SPRU)

Fernando Afonso de Barros Perini, SPRU, University of Sussex. Micro-dynamics of subsidiaries development : subsidiary initiatives and technological capability accumulation in the Brazilian ICT Sector. [Abstract]

Andrés Barge Gil, Autonomous University of Madrid. The utilisation of external sources of knowledge by firms. Explaining factors according to the degree of intangibility of services consumed. [Abstract]

Miriam Ricci, National Institute of Nuclear Physics, University of Torino. The industrial applications of electron accelerators : challenges and opportunities for innovations. [Abstract]
11.30-13.30 Session 6b [Rm G24/25] Emerging challenges in intellectual property policy
Chair : Puay Tang (SPRU)

Andréa Koury Menescal, Institute for Science and Technology Studies, University of Bielefeld. NGOs influence on WTO/TRIPS decisions : The need for scientific expertise in entering the field of science and technology. [Abstract]

Nicola Baldini, University of Bologna. Institutional change and the commercialisation of academic knowledge : a study of university-level patent policies in Italy. [Abstract]

Silvia Giannangeli, Laboratory of Economics and Management, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. Adaptive entry strategies under dominant standards. Hybrid business models in the Open Source software industry. [Abstract]
13:30 - 14:30 Lunch
14.30-15.30 Session 7 [Rm G24/25] Changing boundaries of public and private research
Chair : Kieron Flanagan (PREST)

Natalia Glebovskaya, Institute for Science and Technology Studies, University of Bielefeld. From public to private research : Privatization of science in Russia. [Abstract]

Jinwon Kang, PREST, University of Manchester. Generation and exploitation of nanotechnology at the heterogeneous network between public and private sector. [Abstract]
15.30 -15.45 [Rm G24/25] Concluding remarks
Professor Ben Martin SPRU, University of Sussex
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