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La Evaluación del Impacto Social de las Políticas Regionales de I+d+i: Hacia una Lista de Control/The Evaluation of the Social Impact of Regional Rtd and Innovation Policies: Towards a Checklist

  • PEDROSA SANZ, ROSARIO

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Universidad de Valladolid.)

  • MOÑUX CHÉRCOLES,DIEGO

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    (Centro Tecnológico CARTIF, Boecillo (Valladolid).)

  • MIRANDA ESCOLAR,BELEN

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Universidad de Valladolid.)

  • ALEIXANDRE MENDIZÁBAL,GUILLERMO

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Universidad de Valladolid.)

  • ALEIXANDRE GÓMEZ GONZÁLEZ, FRANCISCO JAVIER

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    (Departamento de Sociología y Trabajo Social. Universidad de Valladolid.)

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    El presente artículo plantea una estrategia para la integración de la Evaluación de Impacto Social (EIS) en las políticas regionales de I+D+i; avanza hacia el desarrollo de un concepto operativo de impacto social que sea aplicable a los mecanismos de selección de programas/proyectos de I+D+i; identifi ca los factores que pueden facilitar u obstaculizar la integración efectiva de la metodología EIS en este tipo de políticas; y elabora una lista de control de los posibles impactos sociales de las políticas regionales de I+D+i, aún reconociendo la complejidad intrínseca de su evaluación. The article presents a strategy for the integration of the Social Impact Evaluation (EIS) in regional RTD and innovation policies. It advances towards the development of an operative concept of social impact that is applicable to the mechanisms of selection of RTD and innovation programs/projects. It identifi es the factors that can facilitate or prevent the effective integration of this evaluation methodology in this kind of policies. A list of control of the possible social impacts of the regional RTD and innovation policies is elaborated, but recognising the intrinsic complexity of their evaluation.

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    Volume (Year): 25 (2007)
    Issue (Month): (Abril)
    Pages: 215-244

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    1. Kuhlmann, Stefan & Boekholt, Patries & Georghiou, Luke & Guy, Ken & Heraud, Jean-Alain & Laredo, Philippe & Lemola, Tarmo & Loveridge, Denis & Luukkonen, Terttu & Moniz, António & Polt, Wolfgang & Rip, 1999. "Improving Distributed Intelligence in Complex Innovation Systems," MPRA Paper 6426, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised May 1999.
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