Research Interests - Interessi Scientifici

Daniele Archibugi conducts research in two disciplinary fields:

  1. Economy and Politics of Science, Technology and Innovation;
  2. political theory of international relations.

In both areas, he has extensively published monographs, collections of volumes and scientific articles in academic journals. His publications are frequently cited in academic literature, and he is the CNR employee most frequently cited in social sciences. Some of its research topics, such as the “taxonomy on globalization of technology”, “technological specialization”, “innovative diversification”, “cosmopolitan democracy”, “democratic dividend” and “self-determination categories of peoples” have entered into the literature and are reported in manuals and encyclopedias. In the field of economics and science policy, technology and innovation, it has helped to create new methods for investigating innovation, in particular based on patent statistics and on direct innovation research in enterprises.

He is frequently invited as a key-note speaker and for master classes at Foreign Universities, Congresses and Conferences.

Daniele Archibugi svolge ricerca in due settori disciplinari:

  1. economia e politica della scienza, tecnologia e innovazione;
  2. teoria politica delle relazioni internazionali.

In entrambi i settori, ha estensivamente pubblicato monografie, volumi collettanei e articoli scientifici su riviste accademiche. Le sue pubblicazioni sono frequentemente citate nella letteratura accademica ed è il dipendente del CNR più frequentemente citato nelle scienze sociali. Alcuni suoi temi di ricerca, quali ad esempio la “tassonomia sulla globalizzazione della tecnologia”, la “specializzazione tecnologica”, la “diversificazione innovativa”, la “democrazia cosmopolitica”, il “dividendo democratico” e le “categorie dell’auto-determinazione dei popoli” sono entrati nella letteratura e riportati in manuali ed enciclopedie. Nell’ambito dell’economia e politica della scienza, tecnologia e innovazione, ha contribuito a creare nuovi metodi di indagine delle innovazioni, in particolare basati sulle statistiche brevettuali e sulle indagini dirette dell’innovazione nelle imprese.

E’ frequentemente invitato come key-note speaker e per lezioni magistrali presso Università straniere, Congressi e Conferenze.

  • Globalization – Globalizzazione
  • Political Theory – Teoria Politica
  • International Relations – Relazioni Internazionali
  • Globalization of technology and Science – Globalizzazione della Scienza e Tecnologia
  • Innovation – Innovazione

Research Projects

  • Citi-Rights Europe

    Project coordinated by European Alternatives and funded by the European Commission, DG Justice. The programme’s aim is to promote the awareness of citizenship rights across Europe and, ultimately, to produce teaching material for schools and universities.

    As a part of the research project the team of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies, was directed by professor Daniele Archibugi

  • Globalization: Economic, Political and Technological Determinants and Impact

    Coordinator for the research team “Globalization: Economic, Political and Technological Determinants and Impact”, IRPPS-CNR, 2009-ongoing.  One member of the team was awarded a European Commission’s “Marie Curie – International Outgoing Fellowships for career development (IOF)” and three the “Marie Curie – Intra-European Fellowships for career development (IEF)”.

  • Innovation and Economic Recovery

    Coordinator, with Marion Frenz, of an Impact Grant on “Innovation and Economic Recovery” by the School of Business, Economics and Informatics, Birkbeck College, University of London, 2016-2017.

  • The Role of Education in Innovation

    Member of the Research Unit of the DG Education, European Commission, on “The Role of Education in Innovation”, 2015-2016, Brussels (four meetings).

  • Responsible Research and Innovation. Science, Innovation and Society

    Coordinator of the Local Scientific Committee of the Conference “Responsible Research and Innovation. Science, Innovation and Society”, Italian Presidency of the European Union, European Commission, Rome, April 2014-March 2015.

  • Europe in the World

    Member of the Advisory Group on Societal Challenge “Europe in the World”, Horizon 2020, European Commission , January 2014-February 2016.

  • Network of Excellence on Global Governance, Regionalisation and Regulation

    Coordinator of the IRPSS team of the GARNET project, Network of Excellence on Global Governance, Regionalisation and Regulation: The Role of the EU (2006-2010), European Commission’s Framework Programme VI.

  • Measuring the Dynamics of Organizations and Work

    Coordinator of the team at the IRPPS-CNR of the Research Project MEADOW, “Measuring the Dynamics of Organizations and Work: Proposed Guidelines for Collecting and Interpreting Data on Organizational Change and Its Economic and Social Impact”, March 2007 – March 2009.

  • Science and Technology Research in a Knowledge Based Economy

    Coordinator of the Italian team of the project for the European Science Foundation, European Collaborative Research Projects in the Social Sciences, “Science and Technology Research in a Knowledge Based Economy”, Country Project “Science and Technology in Large and Small Firms”, April 2006 – April 2009.

  • Dynamics of Institutions and Markets in Europe

    Member of the European Network DIME (Dynamics of Institutions and Markets in Europe), co-organizer  (with Birgitte Andersen) of the International Conference “Intellectual Property Rights for Business and Society”, University of London, Birkbeck College, 14-16 September 2006.

  • Internationalisation of Research and Technology. Trends, Issues and Implications for Science and Technology Policies in Europe

    Member of the European Technology Assessment Network Expert (ETAN) Working Group on Internationalisation of Research and Technology. Trends, Issues and Implications for Science and Technology Policies in Europe, Chaired by Professor Frieder Meyer-Krahmer, European Commission, Directorate General Science, Research and Development, July 1998. The final report is available as Working Paper EUR 18762.