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Volume 51, issue 1, 2024

Universities of applied sciences’ EU research project participation through the lens of differentiation pp. 1-14 Downloads
Marco Cavallaro
Making space for CRISPR: scientists’ translation work to make gene editing a legitimate technology pp. 15-27 Downloads
Marit Svingen and Lisbeth Jahren
Distrust in grant peer review—reasons and remedies pp. 28-41 Downloads
Liv Langfeldt, Ingvild Reymert and Silje Marie Svartefoss
A four-asset technology-based growth policy pp. 42-54 Downloads
Gregory Tassey
Listing quality: Chinese journal lists in incoherent valuation regimes pp. 55-66 Downloads
Jing Wang, Willem Halffman and Serge P J M Horbach
Navigating missions: experiences from a long-term R&I programme to transform the building sector in Austria pp. 67-79 Downloads
Harald Rohracher and Michael Ornetzeder
Social innovation, transformation, and public policy: towards a conceptualization and critical appraisal pp. 80-88 Downloads
Jakob Edler, Katrin Ostertag and Johanna Schuler
Understanding career transitions of applied researchers to universities: evidence from Germany pp. 89-107 Downloads
Cecilia Garcia Chavez, David Howoldt, Patrick Hoyer, Maria Karaulova, Henning Kroll and Torben Schubert
What makes an entrepreneurial university? Institutional moderators of ecosystem impacts in a developing country pp. 108-126 Downloads
Paola Rücker Schaeffer, Bruno Brandão Fischer, Sérgio Queiroz and Gustavo Hermínio Salati Marcondes de Moraes
Moving to Smart Specialization for sustainability: the implications on the design of monitoring indicators pp. 127-143 Downloads
Ghinwa Moujaes
Bringing technology to market: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute SBIR Phase IIB projects pp. 144-148 Downloads
Sara Nienow, Olena Leonchuk, Alan C O’Connor and Albert N Link
The micro-dynamics of scientific choice: research project motivations among public affairs academics pp. 149-161 Downloads
John P Nelson
Evolution of the STIP literature: discovering the growing role of innovation governance concepts pp. 162-177 Downloads
Sepehr Ghazinoory, Alireza Ranjbar and Tahereh Sonia Saheb

Volume 50, issue 6, 2023

Openness, innovation, and science policy in the age of data-driven medicine pp. 947-949 Downloads
Graham Dutfield and Katerina Sideri
Making sense of knowledge-brokering organisations: boundary organisations or policy entrepreneurs? pp. 950-960 Downloads
Eleanor MacKillop, Andrew Connell, James Downe and Hannah Durrant
Priorities in research portfolios: exploring the need for upstream research in cardiometabolic and mental health pp. 961-976 Downloads
Wouter van de, Alfredo Yegros-Yegros, Tim Willemse and Ismael Rafols
Diversification, integration, and opening: developments in modelling for policy pp. 977-987 Downloads
Anja Bauer, Leo Capari, Daniela Fuchs and Titus Udrea
Government subsidies, private R&D, and global value chains position: the moderating role of task complexity pp. 988-1000 Downloads
Furong Qian
Improving the Regional Innovation Scoreboard for policy: how about innovation efficiency? pp. 1001-1017 Downloads
Peter Teirlinck and André Spithoven
Co-design and its consequences: developing a shared patient engagement framework in the IMI-PARADIGM project pp. 1018-1028 Downloads
Callum J Gunn, Sevgi E, Teresa Finlay, Lidewij Eva, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak and Tjerk Jan Schuitmaker-Warnaar
Multilevel innovation policy mix in China: do local programmes complement national programmes? pp. 1029-1043 Downloads
Xing Shi, Yating Guo, Huiping Dong and Shuai Wang
Research excellence and scientific advisory boards pp. 1044-1058 Downloads
Maya Göser, Stefan Wimmer and Johannes Sauer
To govern or be governed: an integrated framework for AI governance in the public sector pp. 1059-1072 Downloads
Hyeri Choi and Min Jae
Local market, central government support, and local governments’ homegrown development strategy in high-tech industries pp. 1073-1090 Downloads
Huidong Peng
Fun and less fun funding: the experiential affordances of research grant conditions pp. 1091-1102 Downloads
Andreas Kjær and Ea Høg
Evidence-neglect: addressing a barrier to UK health and climate policy ambitions pp. 1103-1109 Downloads
Theresa M Marteau

Volume 50, issue 5, 2023

A new facet of cumulative advantage in higher education finance pp. 819-830 Downloads
Lars Herberholz
Does international R&D cooperation under institutional agreements have a greater impact than those without agreements? pp. 831-841 Downloads
Paulo Henrique, Sergio Salles-Filho, Adriana Bin, Yohanna Juk and Fernando Antonio
European industrial policy for the green and digital revolution pp. 842-857 Downloads
Alessio Terzi, Monika Sherwood and Aneil Singh
Do winners pick government? How scale-up experience shapes entrepreneurs’ assessments of innovation policy mixes pp. 858-870 Downloads
Steven Denney, Travis Southin and David A Wolfe
Researcher roles in collaborative governance interventions pp. 871-880 Downloads
Taru Peltola, Sanna-Riikka Saarela, Juha M, Tapio Litmanen, Jani Lukkarinen, Ismo Pölönen, Outi Ratamäki, Heli Saarikoski, Miikka Salo and Suvi Vikström
Responding to uncertainty in the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives from Bavaria, Germany pp. 881-892 Downloads
Amelia Fiske, Johannes Lange, Alena Buyx and Stuart McLennan
Herding in policy responses to coronavirus disease 2019 pp. 893-904 Downloads
Jianfeng Guo, Xuemei Zhang, Fu Gu, Jiannan Zhu, Chao Deng, Xinze Zhao and Xiaohan Yang
Institutional logics in the open science practices of university–industry research collaboration pp. 905-916 Downloads
Annina Lattu and Yuzhuo Cai
Brazilian Air Force acquisition policies: observing absorptive capacity and contingent factors in aeronautical beneficiary companies pp. 917-934 Downloads
Thiago Caliari, Mayara Bovo, Lígia Maria and Rodrigo Arnaldo
North–South research funding dynamics of collaborative projects: researchers’ appropriation strategies of agencies’ project frameworks pp. 935-946 Downloads
Montserrat Alom

Volume 50, issue 4, 2023

Are we nearly there yet? New technology adoption and labor demand in Peru pp. 565-578 Downloads
Rafael Novella, David Rosas-Shady and Alfredo Alvarado
Observable and unobservable causes of the gender gap in S&T funding for young researchers pp. 579-590 Downloads
Diana Suarez, Florencia Fiorentin and Mariano Pereira
Centres of excellence in Latin America: how do these differ from other experiences? pp. 591-602 Downloads
Pavel Gabriel
From global climate goals to local practice—mission-oriented policy enactment in three Swedish regions pp. 603-618 Downloads
Nancy Brett, Thomas Magnusson and Hans Andersson
Evaluation of research proposals by peer review panels: broader panels for broader assessments? pp. 619-632 Downloads
Rebecca Abma-Schouten, Joey Gijbels, Wendy Reijmerink and Ingeborg Meijer
Barriers as moderators in the innovation process pp. 633-654 Downloads
Diego R de, Nicholas S and André T
The experimentation–accountability trade-off in innovation and industrial policy: are learning networks the solution? pp. 655-669 Downloads
Slavo Radosevic, Despina Kanellou and George Tsekouras
Policy entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial strategies, and institutional contexts in Interreg Europe pp. 670-680 Downloads
Arnault Morisson and Evangelia Petridou
Analysis of COVID-19 recovery and resilience policy in Finland: a transformative policy mix approach pp. 681-694 Downloads
Paula Kivimaa, Jani Lukkarinen and David Lazarevic
Disentangling the local context—imagined communities and researchers’ sense of belonging pp. 695-706 Downloads
Serge P J M, Mads P Sørensen, Nick Allum and Abigail-Kate Reid
Ideology, knowledge, and the assessment of science policy agencies pp. 707-718 Downloads
Kathryn Haglin and Arnold Vedlitz
Exploring indicators for monitoring sociotechnical system transitions through portfolio networks pp. 719-741 Downloads
Caetano C R, Oscar Yandy and Cristian Matti
Coloniality in science diplomacy—evidence from the Atlantic Ocean pp. 742-753 Downloads
Andrei Polejack
Science diplomacy in the Global South—an introduction pp. 742-748 Downloads
Derya Büyüktanir and Pierre-Bruno Ruffini
The globalization of science diplomacy in the early 1970s: a historical exploration pp. 749-758 Downloads
Sam Robinson, Matthew Adamson, Gordon Barrett, Lif Lund, Simone Turchetti, Aya Homei, Péter Marton, Leah Aronowsky, Iqra Choudry, Johan Gärdebo, Jaehwan Hyun, Gerardo Ienna, Carringtone Kinyanjui, Beatriz Martínez-Rius, Júlia Mascarello, Doubravka Olsakova, Giulia Rispoli and Waqar Zaidi
Scientific collaborations between Latin America and Europe: an approach from science diplomacy towards international engagement pp. 754-766 Downloads
Luisa F, Aura Fossati, Nussaïbah B, Kleinsy Bonilla, Bernardo Urbani, Radenka Krsmanović and Tereza Vizinová
Science diplomacy from a nation-state’s perspective: a general framing and its application to Global South countries pp. 771-781 Downloads
Pierre-Bruno Ruffini and Olga Krasnyak
Science diplomacy from the Global South: the case of intergovernmental science organizations pp. 782-793 Downloads
Anna-Lena Rüland, Nicolas Rüffin, Katharina Cramer, Prosper Ngabonziza, Manoj Saxena and Stefan Skupien
China’s use of formal science and technology agreements as a tool of diplomacy pp. 807-817 Downloads
Caroline S Wagner and Denis F

Volume 50, issue 3, 2023

The promise of artificial intelligence in combating public corruption in the emerging economies: A conceptual framework pp. 355-370 Downloads
Henry Adobor and Robert Yawson
Online panel work through a gender lens: implications of digital peer review meetings pp. 371-381 Downloads
Helen Peterson and Liisa Husu
The role of intermediaries in nurturing innovation ecosystems: a case study of Singapore’s manufacturing sector pp. 382-397 Downloads
Huey Yuen Ng, Yining Luo and Hyunkyu Park
Missions as boundary objects for transformative change: understanding coordination across policy, research, and stakeholder communities pp. 398-415 Downloads
Matthijs J Janssen, Joeri Wesseling, Jonas Torrens, K Matthias, Caetano Penna and Laurens Klerkx
Chinese public university patents during 2006–20: a comprehensive investigation and comparative study pp. 416-432 Downloads
Lin Zhang, Fan Qi, Ying Huang, Bart Van Looy, Lixin Chen and Ozcan Saritas
Opportunity or responsibility? Tracing co-creation in the European policy discourse pp. 433-444 Downloads
Anja K Ruess, Ruth Müller and Sebastian M Pfotenhauer
European scholarly journals from small- and mid-size publishers: mapping journals and public funding mechanisms pp. 445-456 Downloads
Mikael Laakso and Anna-Maija
University–industry cooperation: a taxonomy of intermediaries pp. 457-490 Downloads
Telmo N Santos, José G Dias and Sandro Mendonça
A research on the effectiveness of innovation policy for regional innovation under Chinese long-range plan pp. 491-508 Downloads
Boxu Yang, Xielin Liu, Yuchen Gao and Langmei Zhu
Mission-oriented innovation policy as a hybridisation process: the case of transforming a national fertilising system pp. 509-520 Downloads
Erkki-Jussi Nylén, Jan-Erik Johanson and Jarmo Vakkuri
Open science–related policies in Europe pp. 521-530 Downloads
Sh Moradi and S Abdi
Competition, open innovation, and growth challenges in the semiconductor industry: the case of Europe’s clusters pp. 531-547 Downloads
Robert Huggins, Andrew Johnston, Max Munday and Chen Xu
Boundary work in the regional innovation policy mix: SME digital technology diffusion policies in Wales pp. 548-558 Downloads
Dylan Henderson
Perspectives on the narrowing and clustering of research trajectories: an epistemic threat to medical progress? pp. 559-563 Downloads
Mark P Khurana and Emil Bargmann Madsen

Volume 50, issue 2, 2023

What governs attitudes toward artificial intelligence adoption and governance? pp. 161-176 Downloads
Matthew R O’Shaughnessy, Daniel S Schiff, Lav R Varshney, Christopher J Rozell and Mark A Davenport
The dynamics of policy coordination: The case of China’s science and technology policy-making pp. 177-193 Downloads
Ying Huang, Yashan Li, Jinge Mao, Ruinan Li and Lin Zhang
A legitimacy approach to social innovation initiatives at universities pp. 194-205 Downloads
Letizia Donati and Caroline Wigren-Kristoferson
Policy-making and evaluation of gender equality programmes: Context, power, and resistance in the transformation process pp. 206-218 Downloads
Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt, Rachel Palmén and Susanne Bührer
Making sense of transdisciplinarity: Interpreting science policy in a biotechnology centre pp. 219-229 Downloads
Maria Bårdsen Hesjedal and Heidrun Åm
Can innovation vouchers promote SMEs’ innovation in China: A flexible conditional difference-in-differences analysis pp. 230-242 Downloads
Nini Xu and Junhua Guo
Numeric work: The efforts of calculation actors to make numbers count in climate and energy policy pp. 243-252 Downloads
Susanne Jørgensen and Knut H Sørensen
Discussion on the entrepreneurial university in Spain: The case of the Madrid Region pp. 253-274 Downloads
Natalia Dévora Quintero and Gonzalo León Serrano
Does offensive patent insurance promote corporate innovation? Evidence from a quasi-experiment pp. 275-286 Downloads
Ying Wu and Yi Zhang
Coevolution between institutions and scientific organizations: The case of IMPA pp. 287-303 Downloads
Renata Petrin, Roberto Gonzalez Duarte and Irene Kazumi Miura
Gender mainstreaming research funding: a study of effects on STEM research proposals pp. 304-317 Downloads
Karolin Sjöö and Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner
Guidance on research integrity provided by pan-European discipline-specific learned societies: A scoping review pp. 318-335 Downloads
Rosie Hastings, Krishma Labib, Iris Lechner, Lex Bouter, Guy Widdershoven and Natalie Evans
Mission incomplete: Layered practices of monitoring and evaluation in Swedish transformative innovation policy pp. 336-349 Downloads
Harald Rohracher, Lars Coenen and Olga Kordas
Technology entrepreneurship and innovation hubs: Perspectives on the universal regulatory sandbox pp. 350-353 Downloads
Thomas A Hemphill

Volume 50, issue 1, 2023

Balancing interests between freedom and censorship: Organizational strategies for quality assurance in science communication pp. 1-14 Downloads
Benedikt Fecher, Freia Kuper, Birte Fähnrich, Hannah Schmid-Petri, Thomas Schildhauer, Peter Weingart and Holger Wormer
A computational approach to study the gap and barriers between science and policy pp. 15-29 Downloads
Nancy Li, Markus Luczak-Roesch and Flavia Donadelli
‘Unite behind the Science!’ Climate movements’ use of scientific evidence in narratives on socio-ecological futures pp. 30-41 Downloads
Simone Rödder and Christopher Niklas
The industry of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies in Brazil: Public policies as instruments of technology upgrading pp. 42-58 Downloads
Renan G L, Bruno B, Paola R and Hillegonda M D
Negotiating space for knowledge co-production pp. 59-71 Downloads
Lisa Verwoerd, Hilde Brouwers, Eva Kunseler, Barbara Regeer and Evelien de Hoop
Subsidy policies of a fresh supply chain considering the inputs of blockchain traceability service system pp. 72-86 Downloads
Pan Liu, Xiaoyan Cui and Ye Li
Policy seduction and governance resistance? Examining public funding agencies and academic institutions on decarbonisation research pp. 87-101 Downloads
Abbas Abdul
Prioritizing diversity? The allocation of US federal R&D funding pp. 104-119 Downloads
Alexandra Graddy-Reed and Lauren Lanahan
Environmental policy and R&D productivity: A case study from the Korean Emissions Trading Scheme pp. 120-128 Downloads
Jung Youn
Perspective on honest brokers in science: Broadening conflicts of interest and role academies could play pp. 129-132 Downloads
Philippe C
Fostering a research integrity culture: Actionable advice for institutions pp. 133-145 Downloads
Steven De and Stijn Conix
Co-creating end-user roles. Understanding the new variety of user involvement in public sector innovation pp. 146-159 Downloads
Benjamin Lipp, Mathieu Baudrin, Carlos Cuevas-Garcia, Federica Pepponi, Magdalena Rozwadowska and Shelly Tsui
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