Coping with System Failure: Why Connectivity Matters to Innovation Policy

Lykke Margot Ricard

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Resumé

This chapter is concerned with policy and the role of the European Technology Platforms as new experimental policy tools for structuring change. The problem discussed here concerns a change in the current European energy system towards a better integration of low-carbon technologies enabling it to reach its climate goals for 2020. The chapter’s research strategy stresses the importance of relations rather than the determinism of technology or ideas. As a result, the chapter’s structural analysis shows how firms in the modern European economy work, on a collective level, from within the political system to create new institutional structures in the economy. A major social network analysis examines how connectivity in two specific European ‘technology’ platforms’ networks has changed and evolved in relation to researching the solutions to solving major societal problems, and therefore has also driven innovation towards new business opportunities. The analysis shows how connectivity and network relations play an important role in innovation, as opposed to arm-length anonymous interactions as presumed in mainstream economic thinking.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Evolution of Economic and Innovation Systems
RedaktørerAndreas Pyka, John Foster
Antal sider25
Udgivelses stedSwitzerland
ForlagSpringer
Publikationsdato15 mar. 2015
Udgave1
Sider251-276
Kapitel12
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-319-13298-3
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-3-319-13299-0
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 15 mar. 2015

Bibliografisk note

Lykke Margot Ricard er født i 1976. Udannet Cand.merc. i erhvervsøknomi og filosofi ved Handelshøjskolen i København (CBS) i 2003. Har en Phd i innovationsledelse, teknologiudvikling og politik fra Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) i 2013. Er forsker og projektleder på arbejdspakke 1 om innovationsmiljøer i EU projektet 'Learning from Innovation in Public Sector Environments' og er innovationsforsker ved Institut for Samfund og Globalisering på Roskilde Universitet

Emneord

  • Innovation systemer
  • evolutionær økonomi
  • netværk
  • industrial dynamik
  • politik innovation
  • videnskabspolitik
  • innovationsledelse
  • teknologi
  • teknologi-menneskerelationer
  • Teknologisk udvikling
  • strategi for bæedygtig udvikling
  • Innovationspolitik

Citer dette

Ricard, L. M. (2015). Coping with System Failure: Why Connectivity Matters to Innovation Policy. I A. Pyka, & J. Foster (red.), The Evolution of Economic and Innovation Systems (1 udg., s. 251-276). Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-13299-0_12
Ricard, Lykke Margot. / Coping with System Failure: Why Connectivity Matters to Innovation Policy. The Evolution of Economic and Innovation Systems. red. / Andreas Pyka ; John Foster. 1. udg. Switzerland : Springer, 2015. s. 251-276
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