Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/215820
Authors: 
Wittmann, Florian
Hufnagl, Miriam
Lindner, Ralf
Roth, Florian
Edler, Jakob
Year of Publication: 
2020
Series/Report no.: 
Fraunhofer ISI Discussion Papers - Innovation Systems and Policy Analysis No. 64
Abstract: 
The goal to address broader societal problems by mission-oriented research and inno-vation policy has brought new demands for the governance and implementation to the forefront and led to a great diversity of missions. By developing a typology for the clas-sification of different types of missions, this working paper can serve as a first step for studying the impact of the missions of the German High-Tech Strategy 2025 (HTS). Combining existing literature on mission-oriented innovation policy with insights from governance structures, we identify four types of missions - two subtypes of transformer and accelerator missions each - and demonstrate that this typology can be successfully applied to the 12 missions of the German HTS 2025. Thereby, we contribute to a more fine-grained understanding of the different demands and challenges inherent to different missions and thus provide the opportunity for a systematic comparison and a reflection on the varying requirements for assessing the impact of mission-oriented policies.
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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