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03 junio 2022Utrecht

Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia panellist at the EU-SPRI conference

Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia, professor at Deusto Business School and researcher within B-Creative Interdisciplinary Research Platform, participated in the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation (Eu-SPRI) conference hosted by Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development in Utrecht University on 1-3 June 2022. The Eu-SPRI Forum aims to strengthen the community of researchers who focus on the study of policy and governance in the field of knowledge creation and innovation. The Eu-SPRI Forum annually organizes the Eu-SPRI conference, which is the leading event in science, technology and innovation policy in Europe, with a broad attendance of scientists as well as policymakers. The key objectives of the conference are to provide a forum for scholars in the areas of research and innovation policy analysis, to exchange ideas, and to present findings across disciplinary boundaries. This year’s conference theme, Challenging Science and Innovation Policy, explored future directions for studies of Policies for Research and Innovation with a special emphasis on the topics of Digitization, Open Science and Futuring. 

During the conference Dr. Zabala-Iturriagagoitia presented two articles. The first of these articles, co-authored with Juan Aparicio (Center for Operational Research of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche), Javier Barbero (Autonomous University of Madrid), and Jose Luis Zofío (Autonomous University of Madrid and Erasmus University Rotterdam), analyzes the influence of bottlenecks on the performance of innovation systems in Europe. The second of the articles, written jointly with Stephanie Grimbert (University of Deusto) and Ville Valovirta (VTT Technical Research Center of Finland), analyzes the capacities that are necessary in public administrations to be able to implement innovative public procurement policies.

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