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Science and Public Policy (SPP)Science and Public Policy (SPP)
Наука и государственная политика -
ведущий международный журнал, издаваемый в Великобритании с 1973 г.
Том 35, Номер 4, 2008 г.

О журнале

Наука и государственная политика - ведущий международный журнал, издаваемый в Великобритании с 1973 г. Он освещает вопросы государственной политики в области науки и технологии (S&T), а также более широкие проблемы взаимодействия науки и общества. Журнал читают в 70 странах - как в университетах (для обучения и исследований), так и в правительственных учреждениях, в консалтинговых агентствах и т.д.

С февраля 2006 года журнал выходит 10 раз в год.
Сайт Science and Public Policy теперь легко доступен по адресу:
www.ingentaconnect.com/content/beech/SPP

Издатель журнала:
William Page, Beech Tree Publishing,
10 Watford Close, Guilford, Surrey
GU1 2EP, UK
Tel.: +44 1483 824871
Fax: +44 1483 567497
E-mail: page@scipd.demon.co.uk
www.scipol.demon.co.uk

Редакторы журнала:
Dr David H Guston,
Consortium for Science,
Policy and Outcomes,
Arizona State University, PO Box 874401,
Tempe, AZ 85287-4401, USA.
E-mail: scipol@asu.edu and
Dr Barend van der Meulen,
Centre for Studies of Science,
Technology and Society,
University of Twente, PO Box 217,
7500 AE Enschede, Netherlands.
E-mail: b.j.r.vanderMeulen@utwente.nl

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Содержание Наука и
государственная
политика


Том 35, Номер 4,
ISSN 0302-3427

Май 2008

Специальный выпуск об осуществлении координации между политикой в сфере знания и политики в сфере инноваций.
Приглашенный редактор Dietmar Braun

Рефераты основных статей приведены только на английском языке


Основные
статьи
227 Введение: организация координации между политикой в сфере знания и политикой в сфере инноваций
Dietmar Braun
241 Координирующая способность определяющей политики: политики в отношении высшего образования, науки и технологии в Финляндии
Antti Pelkonen, Tuula Teräväinen, Suvi-Tuuli Waltari
253 Надминистерский подход: объединенное управление наукой, технологией и инновациями с договорённой автономией
Christian Koch
265 Координация с фрагментацией: управление в политике по отношению к знанию в германской федеральной системе
Jakob Edler, Stefan Kuhlmann
277 Политическая координация политик в сфере знания и в сфере инноваций в Швейцарии
Thomas Griessen, Dietmar Braun
289 Вывод: уроки по политической координации политик в отношении сферы знания и сферы инноваций
Dietmar Braun

Второй
раздел
266 Доступ к журналу Science and Public Policy онлайн
300 Правила для авторов

Contents Science and
Public Policy


Volume 35, Number 4,
ISSN 0302-3427

May 2008

Special issue on the political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies
Guest editor Dietmar Braun

The summaries of main articles
227 Introduction: Organising the political coordination of knowledge and innovation
Dietmar Braun
241 Assessing policy coordination capacity: higher education, science, and technology policies in Finland
Antti Pelkonen, Tuula Teräväinen and Suvi-Tuuli Waltari
253 The superministry approach: integrated governance of science, technology and innovation with contracted autonomy
Christian Koch
265 Coordination within fragmentation: governance in knowledge policy in the German federal system
Jakob Edler and Stefan Kuhlmann
277 The political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies in Switzerland
Thomas Griessen and Dietmar Braun
289 Conclusion: Lessons on the political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies
Dietmar Braun


Back
section
226 Online access to Science and Public Policy
300 Notes for authors

Science and Public Policy

Volume 35, Number 4, May 2008

Special issue on the political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies
Guest editor Dietmar Braun

The summaries of main articles


Introduction: Organising the political coordination of knowledge and innovation
Dietmar Braun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
pp. 227-239
This article prepares the analytical ground for the four case studies that follow. It develops the image of a 'knowledge space" consisting of the four 'core' areas of innovation policy - higher education, professional education, basic and technological research - and uses insights from administrative science, and science and policy studies that discuss the need for coordination in policy-making in knowledge and innovation systems.
Assessing policy coordination capacity: higher education, science, and technology policies in Finland
Antti Pelkonen, Tuula Teräväinen and Suvi-Tuuli Waltari (University of Helsinki, Finland)
pp. 241-252
Higher education, science, and technology policies have become increasingly interdependent, and the need for their mutual coordination has been widely acknowledged. The Finnish institutional model, particularly the high-level coordinating role of the Science and Technology Policy Council, has come to be internationally recognised. The article scrutinises coordination processes both vertically, between the levels of government, and horizontally across sectors.
The superministry approach: integrated governance of science, technology and innovation with contracted autonomy
Christian Koch (University of Aarhus, Denmark)
pp. 253-264
Political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies in Denmark is primarily governed through a 'superministry' of science, technology, innovation and higher education. This outlines the evolution of this ministry, how it is organised as well as the strengths and weaknesses linked to this type of political coordination. One main feature is the intensive use of new public management ideas, which has not only structure vertical relationships in knowledge and innovation policy but also internal relationships within the superministry.
Coordination within fragmentation: governance in knowledge policy in the German federal system
Jakob Edler and Stefan Kuhlmann (University of Manchester, UK, and University of Twente, The Netherlands)
pp. 265-276
Competences are divided between horizontal sectoral ministries and agencies at the federal level and between federal level and the states. This fragmentation may have advantages regarding interfaces with stakeholders, but coordination between and within ministries is insufficient to provide policy consistency and overall orientation. The German case attempts to improve coherence and provide orientation through means such as (limited) disentanglement of responsibilities, strategic, cross-cutting initiatives, and the usage of standards, evaluation and advisory bodies.
The political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies in Switzerland
Thomas Griessen and Dietmar Braun (Swiss National Science Foundation, Berne, and University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
pp. 277-288
Two 'coordination gaps' are highlighted: the 'federal divide' that structures political governance in the knowledge space and the 'utilitarian divide' that is institutionalised within the federal administration. Swiss policy-makers have taken pains to overcome obstacles from the federal divide with some success, but have failed with the utilitarian divide. Lack of guiding and reflexive capacities at cabinet level will make it difficult to overcome this divide in the future, though planned reforms at agency level may help to build some bridges between at least basic and technological research.
Conclusion: Lessons on the political coordination of knowledge and innovation policies
Dietmar Braun (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
pp. 289-298
It turns out that internal coordination by way of a superministry might not be the optimal solution for coordination problems. External coordination under the influence of 'moral contracts' at the top level of decision-making on the ministerial level and newly designed and delegated coordinating bodies at the agency level might be better ways to proceed.