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Volume 49, issue 5, 2022

The design of transformative research and innovation policy instruments for grand challenges: The policy-nesting perspective (Transformative Innovation Policy Approach to E-waste Management in Ghana: Perspectives of Actors on Transformative Changes) pp. 659-672 Downloads
Susana Borrás and Sylvia Schwaag Serger
Institutionalizing public engagement in research and innovation: Toward the construction of institutional entrepreneurial collectives (Limits of Decentered Governance in Science-society Policies) pp. 673-685 Downloads
Joshua B Cohen
Assessment of success in university–industry cooperation literature: A bibliographic coupling analysis (University-industry Relations and Research Group Production: Is There a Bidirectional Relationship?) pp. 686-698 Downloads
Eva-María Mora-Valentín, Juan-José Nájera-Sánchez and Marta Ortiz- de-Urbina-Criado
Experts and climate change politicisation. A case study of the Environmental Protection Agency (1983–2015) (The Micro-Politics of Worthy Homelessness: Interactive Moments in Congressional Hearings) pp. 699-713 Downloads
Loredana Loy
The impacts of Centers for AIDS Research program and its enlargement on HIV/AIDS research collaboration (A Timeline of HIV and AIDS) pp. 714-727 Downloads
Ruiyao Xie, Chaocheng He, Shan Qiao, Xiaoming Li, Jiang Wu, Weiming Tang, Wentian Cui and Qingpeng Zhang
Achieving societal and academic impacts of research: A comparison of networks, values, and strategies (University Research Funding and Publication Performance - an International Comparison) pp. 728-738 Downloads
Jonna Brenninkmeijer
Peer effects of the young returnee scientists: Evidence from the state key laboratories in China (Semiparametric Difference-in-Differences Estimators) pp. 739-750 Downloads
Xi Yang, Xinlan Cai and Tingsong Li
Supporting health researchers to realize meaningful patient involvement in research: Exploring researchers’ experiences and needs (New Requirements for Patient and Public Involvement Statements in BMJ Open) pp. 751-764 Downloads
Simone Harmsen, Carina A C M Pittens, Eva Vroonland, Annemiek J M L van Rensen and Jacqueline E W Broerse
Disciplining interdisciplinarity: Infrastructure, identity, and interdisciplinary practice in nanoELSI research (Interdisciplinary Promises versus Practices in Medicine: The Decoupled Experiences of Social Sciences and Humanities Scholars) pp. 765-780 Downloads
Sharon Tsai-hsuan Ku and Stephen Zehr
Working with curiosity: Knowledge transfer practitioners’ ambivalence at CERN (Between Relevance and Excellence? Research Impact Agenda and the Production of Policy Knowledge) pp. 781-790 Downloads
Chih-wei Yeh
Can transparency undermine peer review? A simulation model of scientist behavior under open peer review (Reviewing Peer Review) pp. 791-800 Downloads
Ederico Bianchi and Flaminio Squazzoni
Perspective on research–policy interface as a partnership: The study of best practices in CREATE (Bridging the Research-Practice Gap) pp. 801-805 Downloads
Adriana Banozic-Tang and Araz Taeihagh
Use of science in public policy: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic efforts to ‘Follow the Science’ (Health-protective Behaviour, Social Media Usage and Conspiracy Belief during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency) pp. 806-817 Downloads
Barry Bozeman

Volume 49, issue 4, 2022

Economic incentive instruments and environmental innovation in China: Moderating effect of marketization (Incentives for Environmental Self-regulation and Implications for Environmental Performance) pp. 553-560 Downloads
Siying Long and Zhongju Liao
Situated gender equality in regional research and innovation: Collaborative knowledge production (Policies as Gendering Practices: Re-Viewing Categorical Distinctions) pp. 561-572 Downloads
Marja Vehviläinen and Liekki Valaskivi
The spatial distribution of public support for AI research (Agglomeration and Productivity: Evidence from Firm-Level Data) pp. 573-579 Downloads
Farhat Chowdhury, Albert Link and Martijn van Hasselt
Partial lottery can make grant allocation more fair, more efficient, and more diverse (Mavericks and lotteries) pp. 580-582 Downloads
Serge P J M Horbach, Joeri K Tijdink and Lex M Bouter
Unboxing knowledge in collaboration between academia and society: A story about conceptions and epistemic uncertainty (De-essentializing the Knowledge Intensive Firm: Reflections on Skeptical Research Going against the Mainstream) pp. 583-597 Downloads
Anna Jonsson, Maria Grafström and Mikael Klintman
Online platforms for research data: A requirements and cost analysis (Petrel: A Programmatically Accessible Research Data Service) pp. 598-608 Downloads
Rebecca Reichenbach, Christoph Eberl and Jörg Lindenmeier
How universities influence societal impact practices: Academics’ sense-making of organizational impact strategies (Between Relevance and Excellence? Research Impact Agenda and the Production of Policy Knowledge) pp. 609-620 Downloads
Stefan P L de Jong and Corina Balaban
The other side of the boundary: Productive interactions seen from the policy side (Rethinking Policy ‘Impact’: Four Models of Research-Policy Relations) pp. 621-631 Downloads
Silje Maria Tellmann and Magnus Gulbrandsen
Factors enabling social impact: The importance of institutional entrepreneurship in social science research (Institutional Entrepreneurship and Organizational Innovation: The Start-Up of a Divergent New Venture at the Periphery of a Mature Field) pp. 632-642 Downloads
Emanuela Reale
From ‘productive interactions’ to ‘enabling conditions’: The role of organizations in generating societal impact of academic research (One Size Does Not Fit All! New Perspectives on the University in the Social Knowledge Economy) pp. 643-645 Downloads
Stefan P L de Jong, Corina Balaban and Maria Nedeva
Is renewable energy more favorable to diversity than conventional energy sources on R&D performance? (Protecting Intellectual Property to Enhance Firm Performance: Does It Work for SMEs) pp. 646-658 Downloads
Dohyoung Kim and Junseok Hwang

Volume 49, issue 3, 2022

Research funding randomly allocated? A survey of scientists’ views on peer review and lottery pp. 365-377 Downloads
Axel Philipps
Retraction in the online world—Shall we rethink the policy? pp. 378-381 Downloads
Piotr Rzymski
What is behind multiple institutional affiliations in academia? pp. 382-402 Downloads
Hanna Hottenrott and Cornelia Lawson
Evolution of the emergency drug innovation network and policy implications: Evidence from COVID-19 drug patents pp. 403-413 Downloads
Qing Xia, Lanjian Liu and Xiaoping Li
Designing a business intelligence system to support industry analysis and innovation policy pp. 414-426 Downloads
Seonjae Lee, Daehyeon Lim, Youngsu Moon, Hoshin Lee and Sungjoo Lee
Determinants of innovation and interactive learning in informal manufacturing enterprises in India pp. 427-440 Downloads
K Chandra Shekar and K J Joseph
How policies emerge and interact with each other? A bibliometric analysis of policies in China pp. 441-459 Downloads
Chao Zhang and Jiancheng Guan
A bibliometric study on the R&D funding and academic research performance in Shenzhen pp. 460-473 Downloads
Yawen Zou
Channels to shape procurement decision-making of public organisations for innovation through framework conditions pp. 474-487 Downloads
Jing Liu, Xiaoling Kang, Xia Zhang and Xing Chen
On the boundary of services and research collaborations in Japanese state-of-the-art academic research infrastructures pp. 488-498 Downloads
Takashi Onoda and Yasunobu Ito
Democratic and expert legitimacy: Science, politics and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 499-517 Downloads
Peter Weingart, François van Schalkwyk and Lars Guenther
What counts: Making sense of metrics of research value pp. 518-531 Downloads
Kate Williams
Are there political cycles hidden inside collaborative innovation efficiency? An empirical study based on Chinese cities pp. 532-551 Downloads
Fei Fan, Xuerong Zhang and Xueli Wang

Volume 49, issue 2, 2022

The role of Universities in Transformative Innovation Policy (Living Lab: An Open and Citizen-centric Approach for Innovation) pp. 159-167 Downloads
Rachel Parker and Petra Lundgren
Impacts for whom? Assessing inequalities in NSF-funded broader impacts using the Inclusion-Immediacy Criterion (The Role of Governance in Mobile Phones for Inclusive Human Development in Sub-Saharan Africa) pp. 168-178 Downloads
Thomas Woodson and Sophia Boutilier
Systems of innovation, diversification, and the R&D trap: A case study of Kuwait (Building Technological Capability in the Less Developed Countries: The Role of a National System of Innovation) pp. 179-190 Downloads
Husam Arman, Simona Iammarino, J Eduardo Ibarra-Olivo and Neil Lee
Taking the pulse of science diplomacy and developing practices of valuation (The Perverse Effects of Competition on Scientists’ Work and Relationships) pp. 191-200 Downloads
Tim Flink
What motivates academics for external engagement? Exploring the effects of motivational drivers and organizational fairness (The Nature of Academic Entrepreneurship in the UK: Widening the Focus on Entrepreneurial Activities) pp. 201-218 Downloads
Kwadwo Atta-Owusu and Rune Fitjar
Capturing the invisible. Sociotechnical imaginaries of energy. The critical overview (School of Social Sciences Working Papers Series, vol. 67. Cardiff: Cardiff University) pp. 219-245 Downloads
Tadeusz Józef Rudek
Education and training policies for research integrity: Insights from a focus group study (Research Integrity is Much More than Misconduct) pp. 246-266 Downloads
Krishma Labib, Natalie Evans, Rea Roje, Panagiotis Kavouras, Andrea Reyes Elizondo, Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner, Ivan Buljan, Tine Ravn, Guy Widdershoven, Lex Bouter, Costas Charitidis, Mads P Sørensen and Joeri Tijdink
Erratum to: Restoring the antibiotic R&D market to combat the resistance crisis pp. 267-267 Downloads
Lucas Böttcher, Didier Wernli and Hans Gersbach
Making university and industry research collaboration: Evidence from co-inventions in Japan (Endogenous Matching and the Empirical Determinants of Contract Form) pp. 268-288 Downloads
Junichi Nishimura, Sadao Nagaoka, Shinichi Akaike and Mitsuaki Hosono
Deconstructing impact: A framework for impact evaluation in grant applications (Evidencing Impact from Art Research: Analysis of Impact Case Studies from the REF 2014) pp. 289-301 Downloads
Lai Ma and Rachael Agnew
Individual attributes and inventors matching: A study using data from the Brazilian co-patents network (Scientific Teams and Institutional Collaborations: Evidence from US Universities, 1981–1999) pp. 302-312 Downloads
Alexandre Mejdalani and Eduardo Gonçalves
Assessing broader impacts of funded research: the US National Science Foundation v. Lamar Smith (What is Societal Impact of Research and How Can it Be Assessed? A Literature Survey) pp. 313-323 Downloads
Caitlin Drummond Otten and Baruch Fischhoff
Walking the talk? Innovation policy approaches to unleash the transformative potentials of the Nordic bioeconomy (Derfor har vi brug for en national bioøkonomistrategi. By the Danish Agriculture & Food Council, The Danish society for Nature Conservation, Novozymes and the partnership for Sustainable Biorefining) pp. 324-346 Downloads
Lisa Scordato, Markus M Bugge, Teis Hansen, Anne Tanner and Olav Wicken
Local political turnover, R&D investment leap and corporate innovation performance: Evidence from China (Connecting the Dots: Bringing External Corporate Governance into the Corporate Governance Puzzle) pp. 347-364 Downloads
Zhenyu Jiang, Zongjun Wang, Chengxiao Feng and Lin Yi

Volume 49, issue 1, 2022

Role of professional autonomy and project commitment in the Korean government–funded R&D projects (R&D Work Climate and Innovation in Semiconductors) pp. 1-17 Downloads
Seung Chul Baek and Duk Hee Lee
The promise of the Maker Movement: policy expectations versus community criticisms (Self-Help, Social Work and Empowerment) pp. 18-27 Downloads
Federico Ferretti and Harro van Lente
Canada’s changing innovation landscape (Does Technological Diversification Spur University Patenting?) pp. 28-41 Downloads
Md. Razib Alam, Bonwoo Koo and Brian Paul Cozzarin
Cyborg ethics and regulation: ethical issues of human enhancement (The Consequences for Human Beings of Creating Ethical Robots) pp. 42-53 Downloads
Liza Ireni-Saban and Maya Sherman
A comparative analysis of innovation policies in Hong Kong and Shenzhen within the Greater Bay Area initiative (Constructing Regional Advantage: Platform Policies Based on Related Variety and Differentiated Knowledge Bases) pp. 54-71 Downloads
Naubahar Sharif and Kevin Chandra
Knowledge networks in Brazil’s health sciences (As especificidades do sistema de inovação do setor saúde) pp. 72-84 Downloads
Ana Lúcia Tatsch, Janaina Ruffoni, Marisa dos Reis A Botelho and Rafael Stefani
Researchers’ institutional mobility: bibliometric evidence on academic inbreeding and internationalization (Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC)) pp. 85-97 Downloads
Vít Macháček, Martin Srholec, Márcia R Ferreira, Nicolas Robinson-Garcia and Rodrigo Costas
Technological structure network analysis to explore the hotspots of academic patents in international technology transfer (Technology Transfer through Imports) pp. 98-114 Downloads
Shu-Hao Chang
An evidence-based culture: COVID-19 positivity factors during the asymptomatic occurrence in Jakarta, lndonesia (Application of Bayesian Logistic Regression to Mining Biomedical Data) pp. 115-126 Downloads
Bahrul Ilmi Nasution, Yudhistira Nugraha, Andi Sulasikin, Hansen Wiguna, Juan Intan Kanggrawan, Alex Lukmanto Suherman, Ngabila Salama and Dwi Oktavia
Restoring the antibiotic R&D market to combat the resistance crisis (21 U.S. Code § 360bb—Designation of Drugs for Rare Diseases or Conditions) pp. 127-131 Downloads
Lucas Böttcher, Hans Gersbach and Didier Wernli
The rise of UK–China research collaboration: Trends, opportunities and challenges (The West Should Start Sending Its Scientists to China) pp. 132-147 Downloads
Jonathan Adams, Jo Johnson and Jonathan Grant
The Innovation Superclusters Initiative in Canada: A new policy strategy? (Public Policy to Promote Entrepreneurship: A Call to Arms) pp. 148-158 Downloads
David Doloreux and Anthony Frigon
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