Presentations from the Workshop: From National Innovation System to Innovation Policy Learning in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, and Serbia

As a part of the project Innovation Policy Learning from Norway in Western Balkans (WBinNO), the workshop: From National Innovation System to Innovation Policy Learning in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, and Serbia was successfully held in Sarajevo, June 6 2012.

Please find attached the following presentations from the workshop below:

  • Mark Knell (Research Professor, NIFU, Oslo, Norway) Introduction to Innovation Policy Learning from Norway in Western Balkans.
  • Per Koch (Special Advisor, Innovation Norway, Oslo, Norway) On Practical Innovation Policy Learning
  • Zoran Aralica (Researcher, Institute of Economics, Zagreb) Nordic Influences in the Croatian Innovation Strategy.
  • Slavo Radošević (Professor, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UK) Industrial upgrading in Western Balkans and policy implications: pointers for discussion
  • Country Report presentations: Strengths and weaknesses of the National Innovation Systems of the Balkan countries:
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina (Anto Domazet, Almir Pestek)
    • Croatia (Zoran Aralica, Denis Redzepagic)
    • FYR of Macedonia (Slavica Roceska, Gjorgji Mancheski, Olivera Kostoska, Marjan Angeleski)
    • Serbia (Djuro Kutlaca, Marija Mosurovic Ruzicic)
Document type
  • Presentation
Language

English

Publication Year

2012

Geographical focus
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Croatia
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • Serbia
  • WBC
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Ines Marinkovic on June 19, 2012
Modified on June 21, 2012