Changing Governance of Research and Technology Policy is a unique collection analyzing and commenting on the development of the ERA. The contributors include leading scholars of European integration and technology policy as well as high-level administrators. They discuss the potential impacts, benefits and limits to research and innovation policy within Europe both in the short and long term. Moreover, the debate about ERA is placed firmly in the context of the overall changes in governance at the European level.
The book will be essential reading for international researchers, policymakers and students interested in research, technology and innovation policy in Europe.