09.02.2015 - 14.02.2015 | Vienna, Austria
The Seminar on Research and Innovation Policy informed about fundamental theory of STI policy-making and policy-delivery, discussed new approaches and instruments of modern STI policies and put emphasis on policy learning, assessment and evaluation of public interventions.The participants of the seminar were experts from the field of STI policy-making, STI policy-delivery and research management from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan as well as from Ukraine.
All participants agreed that the seminar met their expectations and would recommend this seminar to their colleagues.
The seminar consisted of the following modules, which were conducted by the following experts:
In addition, a presentation about international cooperation in the field of STI in Austria was given by Mr. Heribert Buchbauer at the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy. Furthermore, the participants were invited to a discussion on 'social innovations as amplifiers of sustainable economic growth?' at the ZSI - Centre for Social Innovation.
The Seminar on Research and Innovation Policy was organised by ZSI in the frame of the IncoNet Central Asia project which is funded by the EC under the 7th European Framework Programme for Research and Technological Develeopment (FP7).