Edited by Dagmar Simon, Stefan Kuhlmann, Julia Stamm and Weert Canzler
Chapter 26: The future of science policy and innovation studies: some challenges and the factors underlying them
The field of science policy and innovation studies (SPIS) is now over half a century old. Although relatively well established, it is confronted with various major challenges, as the author has set out in previous papers. In this chapter, the author examines what factors might be underlying those challenges. The aim is to understand those factors so that we are better positioned to tackle and eventually overcome these challenges to the field of SPIS.
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