Dr Ivana Rašić Bakarić from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb prepared a report on survey on Croatian Wood Cluster (CWC). Results of the online survey conducted among the members of a CWC were presented to interested stakeholders and published in scientific publications. This report is a summary of main findings. Among other things, it presents…Details
Dr Dubravka Jurlina Alibegović from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb and Mislav Šagovac, a PhD candidate at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business prepared report entitled Evaluating Smart City Indicators: A tool for Strategic Decision-making for Croatian Large Cities.
The report is available here.
At the ninthTraining Workshop which was held in Zagreb in April 2018 the following researchers presented the following papers: Aralica, Zoran “Mapping GVC in Croatia” Vidaković Peruško, Ivana; Kovač, Katarina and Jošić, Miroslav “Croatia in global value chains”* At the eighth Training Workshop which was held in Maastricht in March 2018 the following researchers presented the following papers: Vargas Cuevas, Fernando…Details
Dr Ivan-Damir Anić and Dr Zoran Aralica from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb and Dr Katarina Bačić prepared a report on survey on clusters of competitiveness in Croatia. Key messages of the report are: There is general consensus among respondents that progress/performance of CCCs is not strongly visible, and that CCCs underperformed compared to expectations.…Details
How to select and develop Key Enabling Technologies and policies to advance manufacturing in Croatia? Localising roles for innovation researchers and policy makers
Dr René Wintjes from UNU-MERIT and Dr Zoran Aralica from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb prepared a policy brief on how to select and develop Key Enabling Technologies and policies to advance manufacturing in Croatia. The key messages of the policy brief are: Key Enabling Technologies as defined by the European Commission include: photonics, nanotechnology,…Details
Researchers on the SmartEIZ project, Dr Zoran Aralica from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb and Dr Slavo Radošević from University College London, have conducted an online survey about research and policy support needs for innovation in South-East Europe. The questionnaire entitled „Assessing research and policy support needs for innovation in the South East Europe“ was…Details
According to Description of Action – Part A, the Institute of Economics, Zagreb should provide information about publication in high impact journals in the relevant research field. Journal papers published in the field of Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology (EMIT) are considered to be relevant for the project and its researchers. This task…Details