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Technological & innovation challenges for industry: New science for policy insights

Maria Teresa Álvarez (), Salvador Barrios (), Andrea Bellucci (), John Boden, Giacomo Damioli (), Nestor Duch-Brown (), Gianluca Gucciardi (), Anabela Marques-Santos (), Robert Marschinski, David Martínez-Turégano (), Pietro Moncada-Paternò-Castello (), Daniel Nepelski (), Dimitris Pontikakis (), Emanuele Pugliese (), Giuseppina Testa and Alexander Tübke
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Maria Teresa Álvarez: European Commission - JRC,
Andrea Bellucci: European Commission - JRC,
Giacomo Damioli: European Commission - JRC,
Nestor Duch-Brown: European Commission - JRC,
Anabela Marques-Santos: European Commission - JRC,
David Martínez-Turégano: European Commission - JRC,
Dimitris Pontikakis: European Commission - JRC,
Emanuele Pugliese: European Commission - JRC,

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: David Martínez Turégano () and Néstor Duch Brown

No JRC123980, JRC Research Reports from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: This report holds the results of a selection of European Commission’s JRC activities which aim to support EU policies to tackle the technological and innovation challenges of the European industry in the next decade. It addresses some of these challenges by implementing novel scientific analyses within the following themes: Technology diffusion and industrial dynamics; innovation and company value chains; Financing innovation; Industrial innovation for transitions and transformation; Employment and skills for industrial transformations; Integration of global to local industrial innovation perspectives; and new data, standards and methods. The outcomes obtained provide insights relevant to EU policy initiatives dealing with innovation and industry and aiming to achieve the priorities of the European Commission's "Green Deal" and "A stronger Europe in the world", and in general the EU industrial competitiveness & sustainability.

Keywords: Research, technology and innovation challenges; Industrial transitions and transformation; science for policy; Industrial and innovation policy; European Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-04
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