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|Title:||WEB 2.0 FORESIGHT FOR INNOVATION POLICY: A CASE OF STRATEGIC AGENDA SETTING IN EUROPEAN INNOVATION|
|Authors:||HAEGEMAN Karel; CAGNIN Cristiano; KÖNNÖLÄ Totti; COLLINS Doug|
|Citation:||INNOVATION-MANAGEMENT POLICY & PRACTICE vol. 14 no. 3 p. 446-466|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The use of web 2.0 in shaping and implementing public sector innovation policies is rather unexplored. Private sector innovation practice in web 2.0 suggests a good potential for reshaping innovation policy processes from top down to more bottom-up approaches, building on low cost access to collaborative spaces of knowledge. By way of analysing a recent web 2.0 foresight project attached to European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), we explore how the application of web 2.0 process influences on the widely applied For-Learn Foresight Cycle and more in general on the design and management of foresight projects. The paper also identifies implications for policy-making and avenues for future research.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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