Science and Public Policy

(The TQCC of Science and Public Policy is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Benefits, Motivations, and Challenges of International Collaborative Research: A Sociology of Science Case Study36
Returning scientists and the emergence of China’s science system30
Between ‘Scientization’ and a ‘Participatory Turn’. Tracing shifts in the governance of policy advice25
Towards wide-scale adoption of open science practices: The role of open science communities23
Transformative outcomes: assessing and reorienting experimentation with transformative innovation policy23
A framework for mission-oriented innovation policy: Alternative pathways through the problem–solution space22
COVID-19: Insights from innovation economists19
Channels and processes of knowledge transfer: How does knowledge move between university and industry?18
The dilemmas and uncertainties in assessing the societal impact of research17
Does It Pay to Do Novel Science? The Selectivity Patterns in Science Funding17
What’s in a name? Perceptions and promotion of responsible research and innovation practices across Europe16
Globally Bred Chinese Talents Returning Home: An Analysis of a Reverse Brain-Drain Flagship Policy15
Functional procurement for innovation, welfare, and the environment15
Do environmental regulations affect FDI decisions? The pollution haven hypothesis revisited14
Transformative innovation policy approach to e-waste management in Ghana: Perspectives of actors on transformative changes14
Are there political cycles hidden inside collaborative innovation efficiency? An empirical study based on Chinese cities14
Policy options for green regional development: Adopting a production and application perspective13
The promises and premises of mission-oriented innovation policy—A reflection and ways forward13
Rejecting acceptance: learning from public dialogue on self-driving vehicles13
What we know about research policy mix12
Local government competition and regional innovation efficiency: From the perspective of China-style fiscal federalism11
Innovation system formation in international development cooperation: The role of intermediaries in urban sanitation11
Making sense together: The role of scientists in the coproduction of knowledge for policy making11
Capturing the invisible. Sociotechnical imaginaries of energy. The critical overview11
Fifty years of University-industry collaboration: a global bibliometrics overview10
Innovating for improved healthcare: Sociotechnical and innovation systems perspectives and lessons from the NHS10
How boundary objects help to perform roles of science arbiter, honest broker, and issue advocate10
Clinical trial data transparency and GDPR compliance: Implications for data sharing and open innovation10
Funding for few, anticipation among all: Effects of excellence funding on academic research groups9
Cross-country analysis of higher education institutions’ efficiency: The role of strategic positioning9
Key-Narratives of Microalgae Nutrition: Exploring futures through a public Delphi survey in Germany8
Governing varieties of mission-oriented innovation policies: A new typology8
The Post-Normal Challenges of COVID-19: Constructing Effective and Legitimate Responses8
Does the high-tech enterprise certification policy promote innovation in China?8
Patient involvement in agenda-setting processes in health research policy: A boundary work perspective8
Organizational determinants and idiosyncrasies of firms’ absorptive capacity in a developing country8
Towards a responsible integration of artificial intelligence technology in the construction sector8
How (not) to design and implement a large-scale, interdisciplinary research infrastructure8
What does cultural innovation stand for? Dimensions, processes, outcomes of a new innovation category7
Switching between worlds apart: Negotiating European space sector cultures through innovation7
Is the alignment between public research organisations' R&D competence and policies really critical for technology transfer?7
Education and training policies for research integrity: Insights from a focus group study7
Threat of policy alienation: Exploring the implementation of Open Science policy in research practice7
Governance mechanisms enabling inter-organizational adaptation: Lessons from grand challenge R&D programs7
Decoupling in science and education: A collateral damage beyond deteriorating US–China relations7
Making a Research Infrastructure: Conditions and Strategies to Transform a Service into an Infrastructure7
Towards Evaluating the Research Impact made by Universities of Applied Sciences6
The university third mission and the European Structural Funds in peripheral regions: Insights from Finland6
Public procurement and innovation: a systematic literature review6
Promoting the ICT Industry for the future with fears from the past6
Co-production of knowledge in transdisciplinary communities of practice: Experiences from food governance in South Africa6
A processual approach to friction in quadruple helix collaborations6
Canada’s changing innovation landscape6
Empowering professionalism in mission-oriented innovation6
The Impact of University–Industry Relationships on Firms’ Performance: A Meta-Regression Analysis6
Technology transfer models for knowledge-based regional development: New R&D institutes in Guangdong, China6
Researchers’ institutional mobility: bibliometric evidence on academic inbreeding and internationalization6
Taking the pulse of science diplomacy and developing practices of valuation6
Intellectual property, institutional dynamics, and firm innovation6
Investment in innovation for European recovery: A public policy priority6
CGE analysis of R&D investment policy considering trade-offs between economic growth and stability6
From collaborative to institutional reflexivity: Calibrating responsibility in the funding process6
The Innovation Superclusters Initiative in Canada: A new policy strategy?6
How universities influence societal impact practices: Academics’ sense-making of organizational impact strategies5
How do institutional changes facilitate university-centric networks in Taiwan? The Triple Helix model of innovation view5
‘Unite behind the Science!’ Climate movements’ use of scientific evidence in narratives on socio-ecological futures5
Artificial selection versus natural selection: Which causes the Matthew effect of science funding allocation in China?5
Systems of innovation, diversification, and the R&D trap: A case study of Kuwait5
Restoring the antibiotic R&D market to combat the resistance crisis5
What motivates academics for external engagement? Exploring the effects of motivational drivers and organizational fairness5
Between promise and performance: Science and technology policy implementation through network governance5
The evolution of the national innovation system as programmatic policy idea in Finland5
How does policy focus influence scientific research?5
High-tech infrastructure and economic growth: The Materials Genome Initiative5
Local political turnover, R&D investment leap and corporate innovation performance: Evidence from China5
Democratic and expert legitimacy: Science, politics and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic5
Opening up science for a sustainable world: An expansive normative structure of open science in the digital era5
Can transparency undermine peer review? A simulation model of scientist behavior under open peer review5
A bibliometric study on the R&D funding and academic research performance in Shenzhen4
Under pressure: A systematic review of stress and its impact among graduate students4
How does information dependence affect public attitudes towards genetically modified technology in China?4
A comparative analysis of innovation policies in Hong Kong and Shenzhen within the Greater Bay Area initiative4
The impact of a national research assessment on the publications of sociologists in Italy4
The Balanced State of Application-oriented Public Research and Technology Organisations4
A framework for open policy analysis4
Institution-driven innovation in Guangdong firms: Moderating effects of in-house formal R&D and industrial environment turbulence4
Were the Italian policy reforms to contrast favoritism and foster effectiveness in faculty recruitment successful?4
Mission incomplete: Layered practices of monitoring and evaluation in Swedish transformative innovation policy4
Increasing the relevance of science for practice and practice for science: Quantitative empirical insights4
Mission-Oriented Policy for Innovation and the Fuzzy Boundary of Market Creation: the Brazilian Shipbuilding Case4
Evaluating blockchain technology and related policies in China and the USA4
A virtuous circle? The effects of university–industry relationships in a region with low absorptive capacity4
Technological structure network analysis to explore the hotspots of academic patents in international technology transfer4
What counts: Making sense of metrics of research value4
Effect of innovation policy mix on innovation efficiency: Evidence from Chinese wind power industry chain4
Impacts for whom? Assessing inequalities in NSF-funded broader impacts using the Inclusion-Immediacy Criterion4
Orchestrating collaborative projects: Inside ICT networks in Horizon 20204
An evidence-based culture: COVID-19 positivity factors during the asymptomatic occurrence in Jakarta, lndonesia4
The past futures of techno-scientific promises4
Supporting the formation and functioning of innovation platforms in healthcare value chains4
An institutionalist perspective on smart specialization: Towards a political economy of regional innovation policy4
Embracing heterogeneity: Why plural understandings strengthen interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity4
The design of transformative research and innovation policy instruments for grand challenges: The policy-nesting perspective4
Resource environment and hierarchy in universities4