Research Outlook

The discussion on goals and mechanisms for Swedish research policy needs to be intensified. By providing concrete ideas and proposals for prioritised measures, the Research Outlook project wants to bring new and broader perspectives to the current debate. 
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The discussion on goals and mechanisms for Swedish research policy needs to be intensified. By providing concrete ideas and proposals forprioritised measures, the Research Outlook project wants to bring new and broader perspectives to thecurrent debate.

Research Outlook serves as a think tank in which the project focuses on a couple of issues at a time. Assembling a diverse group of experts to address one or two issues at a time and study them in detail enhances and advances the research policy debate in a constructive way.

The project is largely a continuation of Agenda for Research, an IVA project the overall goal of which was to contribute to and inform the research policy debate. The project provided new ideas and new, important analysis for discussion.

Research Outlook will provide new and broad perspectives on a few of the complex topics in the current debate: organisational structure, financing and legislation. 

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The project timeframe is 2013– 2016.

 

Steering Committee

Gunnar Svedberg (Chairman); Magnus Breidne, IVA; Charlotte Brogren, VINNOVA; Lars Hultman, SSF; Åke Iverfeldt, MISTRA; Birgitta Palmberg, Swedish Energy Agency; Malin Persson, Accuracy; Ingrid Petersson, Swedish Research Council Formas; Lars Rask, KAW; Madelene Sandström, Knowledge Foundation; Ewa Ställdal, FORTE Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare; Eva Åkesson, Uppsala University; Andreas Göthenberg, STINT (adjunct member).

 

Project management

Martin Wickström, Project Manager

Lars Nilsson, Communications Manager

Monica Sannerholm, Project Assistant