ECPR General Conference
Universitetet i Oslo, Oslo
6 - 9 September 2017




Research Executive Agencies – Between Independent Organizations and Governments

European Union
 
Governance
 
Higher Education
 
Institutions
 
Knowledge
 
Power
 
Public Administration
 
Qualitative
 
Panel Number
P332
Panel Chair
Sarah Glück
Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen
Panel Discussant
Sarah Glück
Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen
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Time
08/09/2017 11:00
Location
Building: BL16 Georg Morgenstiernes hus Floor: 2 Room: GM 206
Abstract
On national but also on EU level the number of research executive agencies, responsible for the implementation of great research and innovation programs like Horizon 2020 are growing and become an integral part of the landscape of research programme implementation but also have their say in the development and the agenda setting process of new research foci and programme structures. So far their role and practices have been widely under-researched and little is known about their inherent social orders, their entanglements with research communities and their interdependences with national governments or the European Commission. As intermediary organizations research executive agencies are more and more collecting a valuable base of knowledge about the processes surrounding research and innovation programmes, they are at the same time competitors, which are partly government institutions, partly independent enterprises, these situations raise questions for legitimacy of this kind of knowledge governance and who has access to the resulting knowledge base?

Paper List


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Changing Governance Architecture of the European Research Area View Paper Details
Governance of Science and EU Control Regimes – Why the European Research Council is a Problem to the Commission View Paper Details
Nordic Umbrella Agencies for Higher Education and Research Cooperation: Region-building and Market-making View Paper Details
Resources, Capacities and Procedural Knowledge – The Role of German Research Executive Agencies in National and International Science Funding Programmes View Paper Details
The Role of Research Funding Agencies in Policy Discretion and Coordination in Austria View Paper Details
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