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Föderalismus und Forschungs- und Innovationspolitik: Bericht des Konsortiums "Föderalismus und Forschungs- und Innovationspolitik"

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  • Alecke, Björn
  • Breitfuss, Marija
  • Cremer, Wolfram
  • Hartmann, Christian
  • Lageman, Bernhard
  • Mitze, Timo
  • Peistrup, Matthias
  • Ploder, Michael
  • Rappen, Hermann
  • Rothgang, Michael

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Die vorliegende Studie setzt sich mit der Frage auseinander, inwieweit die heute in der Forschungs- und Innovationspolitik (F&I-Politik) Deutschlands vorzufindende Arbeitsteilung der Gebietskörperschaften der Erreichung der Ziele dieser Politik förderlich bzw. abträglich ist. Sie orientiert sich hierbei an normativen Effizienzkriterien, die auf Basis der Wohlfahrtsökonomik, insbesondere der ökonomischen Theorie des Föderalismus entwickelt werden, und wendet diese Kriterien auf empirische Falluntersuchungen an. Zentraler Gegenstand der Untersuchung ist dabei zum einen - der Systematik des BMBF folgend - die Projekt- und Ressortforschung, zum anderen die institutionelle Forschungsförderung des Bundes und der Länder. Die Arbeit gründet sich in erheblichem Maße auf Desktop-Analysen zu den relevanten Subthemen. In ergänzender Funktion wurden seitens des Projektteams in begrenztem Umfang auch eigene empirische Erhebungen - mündliche und telefonische Experteninterviews - durchgeführt. Für die Untersuchung der F&I-Programmangebote wurden die einschlägigen Statistiken des BMBF sowie die Förderdatenbank des Bundes herangezogen.

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  • Alecke, Björn & Breitfuss, Marija & Cremer, Wolfram & Hartmann, Christian & Lageman, Bernhard & Mitze, Timo & Peistrup, Matthias & Ploder, Michael & Rappen, Hermann & Rothgang, Michael, 2011. "Föderalismus und Forschungs- und Innovationspolitik: Bericht des Konsortiums "Föderalismus und Forschungs- und Innovationspolitik"," Studien zum deutschen Innovationssystem 11-2011, Expertenkommission Forschung und Innovation (EFI) - Commission of Experts for Research and Innovation, Berlin.
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