Peter Biegelbauer

Austrian Institute of Technology
Innovation Systems

Donau City Strasse 1
Vienna
Austria
1220
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Dr. Peter Biegelbauer is Senior Scientist at the Department Innovation Systems of the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna. He holds a Habilitation from the University of Innsbruck, Austria, a Doctorate and a Master from the University of Vienna, Austria, and a Master from MIT, USA, all in political science. His research work focuses on the fields of research, technology and innovation policy, where he has coordinated several national and international research projects. For several years he has concentrated on policy evaluation and the possibilities of learning from experience in public policy. He is regularly working as an evaluator for a number of national and international social science journals and as a referee for several international and national science funding bodies such as the European Research Council and the European Commission’s DG Research. Work Focus: • Public Policy Analysis, • Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, • Social Learning in Decision-Making, • Knowledge and Expertise in Decision-Making, • Regulatory Impact Assessment, • Social Science Methods.

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Biegelbauer, Peter. (2016). "How Different Forms Of Policy Learning Influence Each Other: Case Studies from Austrian Innovation Policy-Making." Policy Studies, 37(2): 129-146.
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Biegelbauer, Peter. (2007). "Learning from Abroad: The Austrian Competence Centre Programme Kplus." Science and Public Policy, 34(9): 606-618.
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Biegelbauer, Peter, and Mayer, S. (2008). “Regulatory Impact Assessment in Austria: Promising Regulations, Disappointing Practices.” Critical Policy Analysis, 2(2): 118-142.
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Mayer, Stefanie, Biegelbauer, P., Griessler, E., Iwae, S. (2009). “Dealing with Complex Matters: The Political Regulation of Genetic Testing and enetic Counseling in Austria, Germany and Japan.” New Genetics and Society, 28(4): 363-379.
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Biegelbauer Peter, and Hansen, J. (2011). “Democratic Theory and Citizen Participation: Democracy Models in the Evaluation of Public Participation in Science and Technology." Science and Public Policy, 38(8): 589-598.
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Biegelbauer, Peter. (2013). “Becoming More Resilient In Crisis Situations: Innovations for Democratic Systems.” Gaia, 22(3): 206-208.

Substantive Focus:
Governance PRIMARY
Science and Technology Policy SECONDARY
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

PARTICIPATION IN POLICY-MAKING SOCIAL LEARNING IN DECISION-MAKING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS THE ROLE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE IN POLICY-MAKING SCIENCE POLICY TECHNOLOGY POLICY POLICY ANALYSIS COMPARATIVE POLICY CIVIL SERVICE POLICY-MAKING