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Programme & Papers

mercredi 6 janvier 2010, par julien

PRIME Doctoral Conference 2005 Programme

DAY 1 - Monday 20 June 2005

8:30 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 9:15 Welcome [Rm G24/25]
Professor Michael Gibbons (SPRU)

9:15-10:45 Session 1 [Rm G24/25]
The Role of Key Selected Actors in Innovation Policy
Chair : Michael Gibbons

Raul Hermosa, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. An assessment of venture capital contribution to technological innovation in Spain (download Abstract/Presentation

Jinwong Kang
, University of Manchester. Implementation analysis of science, technology and innovation policy : the case of Korean national nanotechnology initiative (download Abstract/Presentation)

Evila Piva
, Politechnico di Milano. Testing the differences between ASU’s and other NTBFs through matched pair techniques (download Abstract/Presentation)

10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 - 12:45 Session 2a [Rm G24/25]
Assessing and Measuring Innovation Policy 1
Chair : Ben Martin

Diego Moñux, UAM. Towards the integration of social impact evaluation in STI policies (download Abstract/Presentation)

Elisa Squerzanti, Bielefeld University. The different facets and applications of “responsibility” principle at Communitarian and at national level (download Abstract/Presentation)

Roberto Lopez-Martinez, University of Manchester. Economic rationales underlying innovation policies : an analysis of policy-making practices in Finland, Spain and the United Kingdom (download Abstract/Presentation)

11:15-12:45 Session 2b [Rm G23]
Internationalisation of Innovation Activities 1
Chair : Simona Iammarino

Can Huang, University of Aveiro, Portugal. The transition of Chinese S&T institutes since 1980s : policy, performance and implication (download Abstract/Presentation)

Taehyun Jung, Georgia Institute of Technology. Crossing the chasm between the follower and the innovator : a case study of Korea’s mobile equipment manufacturing industry (download Abstract/Presentation)

12:45 – 13:45 Lunch

13:45 - 15:15 Session 3 [Rm G24/25]
Microstructure of Public Research
Chair : David Twigg

Rodrigo Costas, CSIC. Advantages and implications of bibliometric indicators at the micro level : results from the analysis of the area of natural resources at the Spanish CSIC (download Abstract/Presentation)

Maria Theresa Larsen, CBS. Enabling innovation through engineering : The other face of university research ? (download Abstract/Presentation)

15:15 – 15:45 Coffee Break

15:45 - 17:45 Session 4 [Rm G24/25]
Multi-actor Spaces in Research and Innovation
Chair : Paul Nightingale

Pilar Rico Castro, CSIC. The creation of new regional R&D environments (download Abstract/Presentation)

David Demortain, LATTS. Research networks and the emergence of new regulatory instruments in the food and health area (download Abstract/Presentation)
Nihan Yildirim, Istanbul Technical University. Technology foresight in a developing country/software technology in Turkey (download Abstract/Presentation)

Aurélie Delemarle, LATTS/ENPC. Rationale for public intervention in disruptive S&T as a trust-supporter mechanism at all stages in the process of credibility building of a long-term option (download Abstract/Presentation)

DAY 2 - Tuesday 21 June 2005

9:00-10:30 Session 5 [Rm G24/25]
Social and Economic Conditions and Firm Behaviour
Chair : Piera Morlacchi

Valeria Arza, SPRU. How does the macroeconomic context influence long-term investment behaviour ? Firm’s decisions to invest in R&D and in machinery in Argentina during the 1990s (download Abstract/Presentation)

Christophe Rynikiewicz, Grenoble University/CNRS. Technology policies in a new setting : social and technological transitions and the climate change challenge (download Abstract/Presentation)

Antonios Kaniadakis, University of Edinburgh. Agoras of techno-organisational change (download Abstract/Presentation)

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:00 Session 6a [Rm G24/25]
Internationalisation of Innovation Activities 2
Chair : Kate Barker (PREST)

Michiko Iizuka, SPRU. Role of standards in up-grading of organisational capability (download Abstract/Presentation)

Roberto Mavilia, UAM/Bocconi University. Multinational enterprise and knowledge flows (download Abstract/Presentation)

11:00-12:00 Session 6b [Rm G23]
Assessing and Measuring Innovation Policy 2
Chair : Pablo D’Este Cukierman

Nicholas Harrap, University of Manchester. Impacts and benefits of the promotion of UK SET abroad - Why it pays to collaborate at the international level (download Abstract/Presentation)

Raquel Rojo, CSIC. Analysis of the Spanish scientific and technological output in the ICT sector (download Abstract/Presentation)

12:00 – 12:30 [Rm G24/25]
Concluding remarks Ben Martin

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch

Abstract accepted, but unable to attend the conference :

Mieke van Hermert, University of Twente. Heuristics of specialities forming interfaces in bio and geoscience (download Abstract

José Guimón, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Inward FDI and the EU Innovation System (download Abstract)