Iris Wanzenböck
Iris Wanzenböck
Assistant Professor, Innovation Studies, Utrecht University
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A framework for mission-oriented innovation policy: Alternative pathways through the problem–solution space
I Wanzenböck, JH Wesseling, K Frenken, MP Hekkert, KM Weber
Science and public policy 47 (4), 474-489, 2020
The promises and premises of mission-oriented innovation policy—A reflection and ways forward
MJ Janssen, J Torrens, JH Wesseling, I Wanzenböck
Science and public policy 48 (3), 438-444, 2021
How do firm characteristics affect behavioural additionalities of public R&D subsidies? Evidence for the Austrian transport sector
I Wanzenböck, T Scherngell, MM Fischer
Technovation 33 (2-3), 66-77, 2013
The subsidiarity principle in innovation policy for societal challenges
I Wanzenböck, K Frenken
Global Transitions 2, 51-59, 2020
Embeddedness of regions in European knowledge networks: a comparative analysis of inter-regional R&D collaborations, co-patents and co-publications
I Wanzenböck, T Scherngell, T Brenner
The Annals of Regional Science 53 (2), 337-368, 2014
Embeddedness of European regions in European Union-funded research and development (R&D) networks: A spatial econometric perspective
I Wanzenböck, T Scherngell, R Lata
Regional Studies 49 (10), 1685-1705, 2015
Small wins for grand challenges. A bottom-up governance approach to regional innovation policy
SA Bours, I Wanzenböck, K Frenken
European Planning Studies 30 (11), 2245-2272, 2022
R&D networks and regional knowledge production in Europe: Evidence from a space‐time model
I Wanzenböck, P Piribauer
Papers in Regional Science 97, S1-S24, 2018
The impact of relational spillovers from joint research projects on knowledge creation across European regions
D Di Cagno, A Fabrizi, V Meliciani, I Wanzenböck
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 108, 83-94, 2016
Centrality of regions in R&D networks: a new measurement approach using the concept of bridging paths
LR Bergé, I Wanzenböck, T Scherngell
Regional Studies 51 (8), 1165-1178, 2017
Towards a problem-oriented regional industrial policy: possibilities for public intervention in framing, valuation and market formation
K Flanagan, E Uyarra, I Wanzenböck
Regional Studies 57 (6), 998-1010, 2023
Do systemic innovation intermediaries broaden horizons? A proximity perspective on R&D partnership formation
MJ Janssen, M Bogers, I Wanzenböck
Industry and Innovation 27 (6), 605-629, 2020
Position paper ‘Mission-oriented innovation policy observatory’
M Janssen, J Colen Ladeia Torrens, JH Wesseling, I Wanzenböck, ...
Utrecht University, 2020
Impacts of EU funded R&D networks on the generation of key enabling technologies: Empirical evidence from a regional perspective
I Wanzenböck, M Neuländtner, T Scherngell
Papers in Regional Science 99 (1), 3-25, 2020
Bridging centrality as an indicator to measure the ‘bridging role’of actors in networks: An application to the European Nanotechnology co-publication network
L Bergé, T Scherngell, I Wanzenböck
Journal of Informetrics 11 (4), 1031-1042, 2017
Proposal success in Horizon 2020: A study of the influence of consortium characteristics
I Wanzenböck, R Lata, D Ince
Quantitative Science Studies 1 (3), 1136-1158, 2020
A concept for measuring network proximity of regions in R&D networks
I Wanzenböck
Social Networks 54, 314-325, 2018
Embeddedness of European regions in EU funded R&D networks: A spatial econometric perspective
I Wanzenböck, T Scherngell
Available at SSRN 2319391, 2013
A genealogical approach to academic success
M Wuestman, K Frenken, I Wanzenböck
Plos one 15 (12), e0243913, 2020
The subsidiarity principle in innovation policy for societal challenges. Glob. Transitions 2, 51–59
I Wanzenböck, K Frenken
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