Inhalt des Dokuments
Innovation Policy - Summer 2021
|7351 L 16||VL (2
SWS)||12.04.21 - 17.07.21||Wednesday |
|7351 L 17||UE (2
SWS)||12.04.21 - 17.07.21||Wednesday|
The goal of this course is to provide comprehensive insights into relevant topics in Innovation Policy. The lecture covers the following aspects:
- Development and economics of technology and research policies at national, European and international level
- Evaluation of Innovation Policy (best governance of the innovation system)
- Introduction to empirical innovation research.
The lectures will be complemented by external guest lectures by representatives of national, European and international institutions dealing with innovation policy.
For an introduction and a general overview on the topic, please refer to: Compendium of Evidence on Innovation Policy .
This course correspends to Master's level. A good background is the
course Innovation Economics.
Schedule Guest Lectures Innovation Policy SS2021
Innovation Policy |
Dr. TAMURA, Suguru (Senior Fellow, RIETI), Mr. WADA, Takashi (Director General , JETRO Geneva), Mr. TAKEO, Nobutaka (Director General, NEDO Europe), and Mr.
SHIRATO, Hiroyuki (Economist, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD)
||Innovation Policy in the U.K. |
Dr. Olaf Kranz, British Embassy
||Innovation and Transformation - An OECD Perspective |
Dr. Nicola Brandt, Head of the OECD Berlin Centre
|02/06/2021 ||EU Innovation Policy |
Dr. Marianne Paasi, TU Berlin
||Innovation Policy at the Federal Ministry of
Education and Research (BMBF) |
Dr. Gisela Philipsenburg, BMBF
||Innovation Policy at the Federal Ministry for Economic
Affairs and Energy (BMWi) |
BMWi, Dr. Ulrich Romer
||Innovation Policy in Brazil |
Prof. Dr. Cristina Fróes de Borja Reis, Federal University of ABC (UFABC)