How to use the STIP data for analysis and evidence-based policymaking?

4 December 2020 14.00-15:30, virtual event
EC-OECD Innovation and growth, webinar series
Using STI policy evidence for analysis and advice: Introducing the STIP Data Lab

Panel discussion:
Margherita Russo, Professor, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Centre for the Analysis of Public Policies (CAPP), Italy.
Cecilia Cabello Valdés, Director General, Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT), Spain.
Nora Vogt, Officer, International Department, Ministry for Education and Research, Germany

STIP Compass is an online interactive data repository that combines qualitative and quantitative data on national science, technology and innovation (STI) policies. It gathers information on 5 470 policy initiatives from 50 countries and the European Union (EU). As this data is highly structured by taxonomies, it has strong potential for it to be exploited as harmonised evidence for policy analysis and advice. The newly created STIP Data Lab aims to support various types of statistical and policy analyses that leverage this wealth of data open to access and use. This webinar will introduce the STIP Compass data collection methodology and will discuss with representatives from three EU Member States its applicability and promising future pragmatic avenues. It will discuss how the European Commission and EU/OECD Member States would like to see the policy evidence analysed to inform their policy decisions.

link  https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/working-with-sti-policy-evidence-introducing-the-stip-data-lab

Agenda

Chair’s opening remarks
Magda de Carli, Head of Unit, ERA & Country Intelligence, DG R&I, European Commission.

Presentation of STIP Compass project and data lab
Andrés Barreneche, Economist/Policy analyst, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD.

Panel discussion: How to use the STIP data for analysis and evidence-based policymaking?
Margherita Russo, Professor, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Centre for the Analysis of Public Policies (CAPP), Italy.
Cecilia Cabello Valdés, Director General, Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT), Spain.
Nora Vogt, Officer, International Department, Ministry for Education and Research, Germany.

Closing remarks for the webinar and the EC-OECD Webinar Series
Dirk Pilat, Deputy Director, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD
Jean-Eric Paquet, Director- General DG R&I, European Commission.