Impact of networks, globalization and their interaction with EU strategies (INGINEUS)

This project looked into the impacts of the growth and globalization of emerging economic powers on the competitiveness of the member states of the European Union.

Project Lead:
Andreas Stamm

Eike Schamp

Time frame:
2008 - 2012 / completed

Project description

The empirical investigations focus on anchor countries with high rates of economic growth and a rapid increase in their technological competence (Brazil, China, India, and South Africa). The research project is being conducted in the framework of an international consortium including research institutions from other industrialized countries (Italy, Sweden, UK) as well as developing countries (South Africa, India). The question on which it centers is whether, or with what dynamics, existing global production networks are developing into global innovation networks and what implications this will have for knowledge-based processes within the European Union.

Project Coordination

Thomas Kuklok

Current Publications

The implications of the UN’s ruling on 'climate refugees'

Aleksandrova, Mariya / Benjamin Schraven / Diogo Serraglio
The Current Column of 24 February 2020

Look North: the Arctic Council as an example for the management of transboundary challenges?

Wehrmann, Dorothea
Mitarbeiter sonstige of 19 February 2020