In this book chapter Reetta Muhonen and OSIRIS researcher Silje Tellmann explore the challenges of reporting societal impacts for ex post evaluation purposes.
In this article OSIRIS researcher Brita Bye and Taran Fæhn study how more and better human capital can contribute to knowledge accumulation and structural change by means of a dynamic endogenous growth model, with Norway as a numerical case.
In this recently published article OSIRIS researchers analyse how tax credits stimulate R&D through the user cost of capital and how it impacts the economy in general via knowledge flows from R&D capital.
OSIRIS researcher Gry Høiland and Lars Klemsdal have published an article analysing how management at the strategic level, and professionals at the operational level, organize the complexity of contemporary professional work and services differently.
OSIRIS researchers at the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture -TIK have published an article analysing the development of an innovation management system in the health care sector.
The Manchester Team within the OSIRIS centre has published a conceptual paper that underpins the empirical work on framework conditions on the user side combining various political science and sociological theories. The work on this paper has informed the design of the empirical work, in particular the OSIRIS survey.
OSIRIS researchers at Statistics Norway have published a an article analyzing the impact of all major sources of direct and indirect R&D subsidies to industries in Norway during the period 2002-2013.
The findings in the paper, written by OSIRIS researchers at Statistics Norway, shows that more R&D spending in Norway leads to higher productivity as firms improve their capacity to learn from other domestic firms as well as from firms in other countries. As a result, GDP, real wages and consumption will increase in the long run.
Do bureaucrats use research results? A report from OSIRIS researcher Taran Thune presents findings from pilot survey.
Political desicions are expected to be knowledge-based. And it is the government administration’s job to aquire this knowledge. But when seeking an overview of the knowledge in your policy area – is it enough to ask a colleague?
OSIRIS Director Magnus Gulbrandsen and Advisory Board member Claire Donovan have edited a special issue of Research Evaluation.
OSIRIS researchers at Statistics Norway have published a discussion paper analyzing the impact of all major sources of direct and indirect R&D subsidies to industries in Norway during the period 2002-2013.
OSIRIS researchers at INGENIO have published a special section dedicated to researchers’ efforts to balance the production of scientific knowledge with the generation of societal impacts in the journal Science and Public Policy (OUP).
Taran Thune and Magnus Gulbrandsen from the OSIRIS team have published an article in the European Journal of Innovation Management on the idea generation process in life science. Based on a data set of disclosed inventions to the technology transfer office Inven2, it is found that combined knowledge from basic research and clinical settings seems particularly important for life science invention. Such combinations appear in different ways. The article can be found here.