As the I3U project draws to a close, the partners have been busy presenting the project at conferences, publishing papers, and sharing their analyses of how successful the Innovation Union has been at supporting and increasing research and innovation within the EU.
A number of interesting papers on innovation policy and how it impacts everything from e-commerce to GDP were presented at the September 10 conference in Warsaw. In addition, I3U research has been published in the Croatian Economic Survey, Economic Trends and Economic Policy, Scientometrics and Ekonomista, and submitted to other journals, such as the Central European Economic Journal and the International Journal of Management and Economics. Other I3U-related papers have been featured in wiiw’s (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies) monthly reports and in TIK’s (the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo) working papers. Finally, a book on Strengthening the Knowledge Base for Innovation in the European Union will be published by PWN this fall.