IZA World of Labor
Slavo Radosevic

University College London, UK

Far too many policies are conducted based on flimsy and superficial evidence. I am pleased to contribute to evidence-based policy making

IZA World of Labor role

Author

Current position

Professor of Industry and Innovation Studies UCL, UK

Research interest

Growth and structural change through innovation systems, entrepreneurship, international business and innovation policy perspectives

Past positions

Senior Fellow, SPRU Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex, UK

Qualifications

PhD, University of Zagreb, 1987

Selected publications

  • “The role of public research in economic development.” Chapter II.1 in: EC, Science, Research and Innovation Performance of the EU. Brussels: European Commission, 2016.

  • “Convergence of national innovation policy mixes in Europe—Has it gone too far? An analysis of research and innovation policy measures in the period 2004–12.” Journal of Common Market Studies 53:4 (2015) (with K. Izsak and P. Markianidou).

  • Dynamics of Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship: Business Strategy and Public Policy. Abingdon: Routeldge, 2015 (edited with F. Malerba, Y. Caloghirou, and M. McKelvey).

  • Challenges for European Innovation Policy: Cohesion and Excellence from a Schumpeterian Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2011 (edited with A. Kaderabkova).

  • “Entrepreneurial orientation of knowledge-based enterprises in Central and East Europe.” In: Dynamics of Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship: Business Strategy and Public Policy. Abingdon: Routledge, 2015 (with E. Yoruk).