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Science, technology and governance in europe

Objective

The public response to scientific and technological innovation is increasingly seen as central to both economic and social policy. Key issues of the relationship between public accountability and effective strategy, which are confronting governments at all levels, have broad significance for the future of governance in Europe.
STAGE will build on and synthesise earlier work under FP4, current research, and case studies in three contrasting technology domains, in order to construct, test and disseminate to users and beneficiaries a conceptual model of:
- how policy cultures - local, national and European - construct and process the S&T agenda;
- the range of social actors involved and the scope of their participation;
- the relation of issues, processes and participants to outcomes.

Coordinator

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY
Address

UB8 3PH Uxbridge
United Kingdom

Participants (7)

CENTRO DE ESTUDOS SOCIAIS
Portugal
Address
Praca De D. Diniz, Colegio De S. Jeronimo
3001-401 Coimbra
GOETEBORG UNIVERSITY
Sweden
Address
Brogatan 4
40530 Goeteborg
NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES IN RESEARCH AND HIGHER EDUCATION
Norway
Address
Hegdehaugsveien 31
Oslo
UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
Address
Nieuwe Prinsengracht 130
1018 VZ Amsterdam
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
Denmark
Address
Linneesgade 22
1361 Koebenhavn K/copenhaegen
UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI
Finland
Address
7,Aleksanterinkatu 7
00014 Helsinki
University of Patras
Greece
Address
Panepistimioupoli Rio
26500 Patras