Instituto de Gestión de la Innovación y del Conocimiento

investigadores 33
subvenciones 127.555 €
contratación 164.536 €

Principales clientes

FACHHOCHSCHULE MUNSTER-UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION BIOMEDICA EN RED (CIBER), UNIVERSIDAD DE PLAYA ANCHA DE CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACION, Q-PLAN INTERNATIONAL ADVISORS, LTD, SPRL TECHNOPOLIS CONSULTING GROUP BELGIUM, TECHNOPOLIS CONSULTING GROUP BELGIUM SPRL

Líneas I+D+i

  • Dynamics and policy of biomedical science and innovation. Dynamics and policy of biomedical science and innovation.
    This research group is interested in understanding how medical innovation is achieved. We adopt an evolutionary perspective on the dynamics of science and technology, and investigate the development of technologies both over time and across networks of actors and institutions. We employ a broad range of research methods including interviews, network analysis, scientometrics and econometrics. The team¿s background is highly interdisciplinary, and includes expertise in medicine, physics, engineering, economics and sociology. Our portfolio of activities spans writing of resarch articles and books, involvement in publicly funded research projects, and interaction with policy makers, medical practitioners and business firms..
  • Group of Research on Energy and Environmental Innovation (GreeIN) . Research on Energy and Environmental Innovation.
    The Group of Research on Energy and Environmental Innovation (GreeIN) conducts a broad range of activities related to the analysis of sustainable economic growth and the formulation of policy guidelines for promoting environmental innovation. Our remit encompasses issues such as the emergence of technology, the evolution of industry, the transformation of know-how, the identification of governance mechanisms and the evaluation of policy. GreeIN brings together researchers from diverse backgrounds (economics, sociology, geography, environmental science) and with expertise in both quantitative (e.g. econometrics, scientometrics, networks analysis) and qualitative (e.g. interviews, content and discourse analysis) techniques. Last but not least, GreeIN activities are informed by systematic engagement with public and private stakeholders in the areas of energy and environment..
  • Research Evaluation Group. Research Evaluation.
    Ingenios research evaluation team investigates methods to assess the diverse contribution of research, with a special focus on the socio-economic impact of research and the processes of knowledge exchange among researchers and stakeholders. A unique characteristic of Ingenios evaluation is the combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods. In particular we have expertise in interview techniques, survey design and analysis and quantitative analyses, including scientometrics and econometrics..