Regenerating a prestigious tradition of studies, the CNR returns to provide quantitative analyses and case studies to inform the debate and policy choices on Research and Innovation, with a valid documentary basis. A contribution intended for those who work in Universities, Public Research Institutions, companies and in general in the production and diffusion of new knowledge. A useful tool for public opinion to understand the Italian research and innovation system.
The Report, coordinated by Daniele Archibugi and Fabrizio Tuzi, and promoted by the Department of Social and Human Sciences – Cultural Heritage (DSU-CNR) involves colleagues from four CNR Institutes – IRPPS, ISSIRFA, IRCRES and IASI, together with colleagues and scholars from universities, public research organizations such as ENEA, and industry.
The first two Reports are available online