International Innovation Programme design test bed BSR Flagship Programme

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Coordinator Mobile Heights AB (svb)
Funding from Vinnova SEK 950 000
Project duration December 2009 - June 2011
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The main objectives for this project are: · Research on trans-national innovative governance, programme design and evaluation · Development of new methodologies and international best practices regarding policy and programme innovation with trans-national objectives and scopes · Gather empirical data to anchor the design process and the frameworks supporting trans-national programmes tested within the framework of the BSR Innovation programme · Provide empirical data for VINNOVA and other stakeholders to develop future trans-national innovation, cluster and SME-network programmes with a global impact.

Results and expected effects

Research reports will be delivered on the following topics: · Future and best practices on innovation policies and programmes · Bridging the knowledge from the EU DG E BSR Inno-Net project to the flagship programme · Trends and international breakthroughs on policy and programme innovation . New methodologies strengthening international i.e. trans-national co-operation · Fact-based programme development and user driven design · Innovative Governance models of the future · Effect logics and implementation efficiency · Policy learning and continuous renewal of the programme beyond 2010 regarding impacts 2013 · Internet base co-design and collaboration tools the tools of the future

Approach and implementation

The following methods will be used: · Expert interviews · Literature review (and interviews) with relevant · Interviews and action based research embedded in the design process · Learning seminars and study trips · Literature review (organizational/network management theory, multinational governance, etc.) · EU/Nordic programme management experience (alternative programme management methods) · Internet based collaboration tools and methodologies

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Last updated 25 November 2019

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