Laufende Drittmittelprojekte der Arbeitsgruppe
Modernisierungsblockaden in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft der DDR (Mod-Block-DDR)
Laufzeit: 2018 to 2022
Das Verbundprojekt „Modernisierungsblockaden in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft der DDR" wurde vom BMBF zur Förderung ausgewählt und wird seine Arbeit zum 1. Dezember 2018 aufnehmen. Das Ziel des Verbundprojektes besteht darin, die staatssozialistischen Modernisierungsblockaden in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft der DDR zu identifizieren, ihre Wirkungen auf die vergangene realwirtschaftliche Entwicklung zu analysieren und ihren bis heute andauernden Einfluss auf die sozio-ökonomischen Disparitäten zwischen den Alten und den Neuen Bundesländern aufzuzeigen. Die empirischen Analysen beziehen sowohl innerdeutsche Vergleiche als auch Vergleiche mit Nachbarländern in Ostmitteleuropa ein. Die Laufzeit beträgt zunächst vier Jahre.
Kontakt: Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther
From Biotech to Bioeconomy (B2B-Future)
Duration: 2017 to 2019
Project funding through Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
The project empirically investigates the development of the broad field of Bioeconomy out of the relatively specialized field of Biotech in Germany. Using patent and firm level data for network and citation analyses, major technological pathes will be detected for the time period of 1995 to 2015. Furthermore, data on R&D funding will be used to analyse the relationship between public funding and the development of the above mentioned major technological paths. The project will contribute to a better understanding of the emergence of the Bioeconomy in Germany, the role of public funding and corporate success factors. Results of the project will also be discussed in the context of the National Research Strategy Bioeconomy 2030. The project is jointly conducted with the University of Greifswald, Germany.
Project website: http://www.b2b-future.uni-bremen.de/
Evaluating Science Organisations in Ukraine (EvalScience)
Duration: 2017 to 2018
In this project, the University of Bremen and the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Institute for Economics) engage in a joint research project about the evaluation of science organisations in Ukraine. This joint project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Science (on the German side) and the Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science (on the Ukrainian side). The project team further develops the evaluation indicators, which have been adopted from the Leibniz Association and applied in a pilot evaluation in Ukraine during the year 2016. The project will use quantitative and qualitative empirical approaches to advance the evaluation indicators and integrate experiences made by the Leibniz Association.
Contact person: Tobias Wendler
INNcentive – Promoting Innovation Research of Young Scientists
Duration: 2017 to 2020
The INNcentive project is a joint initiative of the University Bremen, Faculty of Business Studies and Economics and the Stifterverband, a German non-profit organization that aims at promoting education, science and innovation. The funds for the realization of the INNcentive project have been provided by the Rolf-Maciejewski Foundation.
The INNcentive project supports young scholars in the preparation and completion of their master or doctoral theses in the field of innovation research.
The INNcentive project aims at encouraging young innovation scholars in addressing unconventional research questions, collecting new data, compiling unique datasets and applying novel methodological approaches. Eligible for application are all officially enrolled master or doctoral students in business studies, economics and related disciplines with a thematic focus on empirical innovation research. The central criterion for awarding a scholarship is the excellence and creative potential of the research proposal. For further information please visit the INNcentive project web page or contact us via Email.
Contact person: Dr. Muhamed Kudic
Duration: 2018 to 2019 (24 months)
The Dieter Schwarz Foundation financially supports the project VISIBLE 2.0, starting on January 01, 2018 in cooperation with the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart. VISIBLE 2.0 stand for "Virtual Simulation Lab for the Analysis of Investments in Learning and Education" and will be an investigation of policy intervention in regional innovation systems using agent based modelling as well as empirical and statistical tools. It is the objective to advice policy makers when making decisions about investments into education and knowledge creation. This will be done by simulating the consequences and results of policy intervention. Thereby, we do not only detect the direct effects, but also the complex interdependencies of the entire system, which is a novelty and particular value added of the project. Going beyond the first project stage, VISIBLE 2.0 will engage deeply into the regional entrepreneurship policies. The relationship between start up as well as firm exit activity and regional learning, knowledge diffusion and innovation processes will be the focus of the project.
Contact person: Dr. Muhamed Kudic
Network- and Output Measurement – Indicators for transformative technology fields - NEO-Indikatorik
Duration: 2018 to 2020
The aim of the project is to generate new indicators for the measurement of innovation and apply them exemplarily to the electric drive technology. The project will be carried out in cooperation with the Stifterverband – Wissenschaftsstatistik (Essen), the University of Applied Sciences Economics & Management (Essen) and the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Wuerttemberg (ZSW). Responsible project coordinator at the University of Bremen is Dr. Muhamed Kudic.