Category: Bibliography

Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn?

This edited volume asks the question whether science diplomacy has to be considered a new type of diplomacy and whether it will prove more effective than other forms when it comes to addressing global challenges.

Science diplomacy: Investigating the perspective of scholars on politics–science collaboration in international affairs

Whereas Science Diplomacy is a widely practiced area of international affairs, academic research on the subject remains rather sparse. The role of academia within the field of politics–science interaction has hardly been considered. This article

Connecting Scientists to Policy Around the World: Landscape Analysis of Mechanisms Around the World Engaging Scientists and Engineers in Policy

This report constitutes one of the most extensive mapping projects of  S&T policy cooperation mechanisms around the world available up to date. Even though it is not tailored to the EU context and it has