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Fast growing mid-sized firms in Europe: Presentations are now available

RISIS project has recently organised the first Policymakers’ Session, that took place on October 24th 2019 and was hosted by Clora (Club des Organismes de Recherche Associés), in Brussels. The meeting, titled “Fast growing mid-sized firms in Europe. Evidence from the RISIS-Cheetah database” has explored European mid-size firms from RISIS Cheetah data. Presentation material is now available on RISIS-Zenodo community space.   The introduction set the context of Cheetah dataset and Cheetah firms: fast-growing firms…

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European fast growing mid-sized firms: a policy meeting by RISIS project

On 24 October 2019, the Club of associated research organisations (Clora) of Brussels will host the first RISIS Policymakers' Session. The European Research Infrastructure for Science, technology and Innovation policy Studies (RISIS) will focus on European mid-size firms, with a half-day presentation and discussion around evidence from RISIS Cheetah data. Massimiliano Guerini, representative of Politecnico di Milano (Polimi) in RISIS project and Cheetah access manager and Roberto Camerani, Research Fellow at Science Policy Research Unit…

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RISIS-ETER at Consortium of Higher Education Researchers conference

RISIS project had a space during the 32th Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER) conference, that took place in Kassel University, August 28-30. With a paper titled “The heterogeneity of European Higher Education Institutions” Benedetto Lepori, professor of Science Communication at Università della Svizzera italiana (USI), discussed on organizational typologies and on Higher Education Institutions (HEI) diversity to construct a conceptual model that is tested on a large sample of European HEIs.   In order…

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RISIS-JoREP at European sociology Association conference

RISIS has landed in Manchester University, in occasion of the European Sociology Association conference. Antonio Zinilli, post-doctoral researcher at Research Institute on Sustainable Economic Growth of Italian National Research Council (CNR-IRCRES), presented a paper discussing the contribution and the benefits of using complexity science approaches to the transnational research programmes, such as social network analysis (SNA) and spatial analysis. These approaches are likely to provide important insights into communication and knowledge flows, and to help…

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RISIS Summer School materials on Data Science

Online, on Zenodo space dedicated to RISIS project, it’s possible to find and download all materials related to first RISIS Summer School on Data Science for Studying Science, Technology and Innovation (STI), that took place in Glasgow on 24-28 June 2019.   During the 5-day training, we have learned:   R as a Data Science Tool, with Kate Pyper (University of Strathclyde): R programming language and how this can be used for data science, different…

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