Reports and Studies
Building Relationships and Knowledge Linkages Between Science and Business in the EESC, chapter in UN ECE (2023) Interim Sub-regional Innovation Policy Outlook 2022: Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus, UN Geneva
‘Enhancing Science – Industry Linkages In Uzbekistan’. Author of Elective chapter for: UNECE Innovation for Sustainable Development (I4SD) Review of Uzbekistan, 2022
Contributing author to report Matusiak M., Kleibrink A. (ed.), Supporting an Innovation Agenda for the Western Balkans: Tools and Methodologies, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2018, ISBN 978-92-79-81870-7, doi:10.2760/48162, JRC111430
Prof. Slavo Radosevic and Jacek Walendowski (2016) A prospective comparative analysis of the national Smart Specialization Strategies in Central Europe. Expert assessment of synergies and areas of potential cooperation related to Smart Specialization Strategies in Central Europe, European Commission, DG Regional and Urban Policy, Directorate F – Operational Efficiency and Central Europe, 173p.
UN Economic Commission for Europe (2017) Assessing Innovation Capacity of Belarus, Author of Chapter 4 ‘Belarusian innovation capacity in international perspective’, forthcoming
Radosevic S (2016) The role of public research in economic development, Chapter II.1 in EC, Science, Research and Innovation performance of the EU. A contribution to the Open Innovation, Open Science, Open to the World agenda, DG for Research and Innovation, European Commission, pp119-139
‘Knowledge Transfer, Generation and Absorption’, Chapter for UNECE Report on Tajikistan Innovation Performance, UN Economic Commission for Europe, 2015
Kincsö Izsák, Paresa Markianidou and Slavo Radošević (2013) Lessons from a Decade of Innovation Policy: What can be learnt from the INNO Policy TrendChart and The Innovation Union Scoreboard, EC Enterprise and Industry
Radosevic Slavo, Knowledge Generation and Absorption, Chapter 4 (extended author’s version) in preparation of ‘Ukraine: Innovation Performance Review 2012’, UNECE study, UN Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva
Creating a conducive environment for higher competitiveness and effective national innovation systems. Lessons learned from the experiences of UNECE countries, Study commissioned by the UN Economic Commission for Europe, 2007
(This study has been re-published in revised version under the same title as study of the United Nations, New York and Geneva, 2007, 107p with the following acknowledgement: A major substantive contribution to the Review by Slavo Radosevic, Professor of Industry and Innovation Studies, University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, is gratefully acknowledged)
(Executive co-editor) Annual Report on Competitiveness of Croatia 2002, National Competitiveness Council, Zagreb, Croatia, June 2003, 144p.
Co-author of assessment report: World Bank ‘Serbia - Competitiveness and Jobs Project: Design and Implementation of RDIs External Performance Review’, External Assessment of the institute of social sciences, May 2021 and contributor to its transformation plan (confidential to Serbian Ministry of S&T and the WB)
Slavo Radosevic & George Strogylopoulos (2012) Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialization (RIS3 or 3S): Assessment of the case of Bulgaria, Study financed by the European Commission DG Regio, 30 October 2012, 102p
EU Scientific and Technical Research Committee, Policy Mix Peer Reviews: Country Report – Slovenia, CREST expert group report on the design and implementation of national policy mixes, Fifth Cycle of the Open Method of Coordination, Review Team leader and Rapporteur, 2010
Technopolis (2010), Manual on Science, Technology and Innovation Statistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina, The European Union’s Aid Program, to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brussels, 273p. co-author
Comparative Analysis of the National Innovation Performance of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia based on their European Innovation Scoreboard data, Project report D. 2.1, South-Caucasian Republics: Research and Development of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (SCRIPTS), INTAS Ref. Nr 06-1000017-8811
S. Radosevic, M. White, A. Furlani, Mini-study on Complementarities between regional, national and EU support instruments, INNO Learning Platform, EU DG Enterprises, June 2008 (Background study for 2008 EU Green Paper on Innovation)
(Executive co-editor) Annual Report on Competitiveness of Croatia 2006: Croatia on the Road to the Top 40 Most Competitive Countries?, National Competitiveness Council, Zagreb, Croatia, June 2007, 144p.
‘Enlarging the ERA: identifying priorities for regional policy focusing on research and technological development in the New Member States and Candidate Countries’, Final Report, Study commissioned by the EC DG Research, May 2005 (co-author of the Final Report). A study coordinated by Fraunhofer ISI Karlsruhe and MERIT, Maastricht. 182p.
‘Foresight as S&T and innovation policy tool: Policy lessons from Bulgarian, Romanian, Czech and Hungarian foresight exercises’, Report prepared within the EU FP5 STRATA funded project FORETECH, 2004, p21.
‘Armenia: Moving Towards Knowledge-based Competitiveness’, Knowledge for Development Program, World Bank, Washington, Y. Kuznetsov (Ed.) (co-author of chapters 2 and 3), 2004, 90p.
(Executive co-editor) Annual Report on Competitiveness of Croatia 2004, National Competitiveness Council, Zagreb, Croatia, June 2004, 48p.
Radosevic S. and Marat Murzahmet, ‘Technoparks as instruments of Kazakhstan innovation policy: A comparative overview, concept and policy measures’, Study prepared for Asian Development Bank; project TA no. 4027-KAZ: industrial sector review and study, Nov 2003, 65p
‘Nature and determinants of innovation and technology upgrading in the industry in central and eastern Europe’, Background paper for UNIDO World Industrial Development Report 2001, 2000, pp. 69
‘Trendchart report – entral and eastern Europe’, Report prepared for EU DG Enterprise within ‘Trendchart project’, 2000, pp.28
‘Restructuring and reintegration of S&T systems in economies in transition, Final Report of the project funded by the EC under the TSER Program, 1999, SPRU, University of Sussex, pp.128
‘S&T, growth and restructuring of central and eastern European countries: The Report based on S&T Indicators’, Report submitted to EC DGXII TSER program, SPRU, University of Sussex, December 1998, pp. 81
‘Post-socialist transformation of countries of central and eastern Europe and knowledge-based economy: the evidence and main analytical issues’, Background paper for the World Bank, World Development Report 1998, October 1997, 23p.
‘Policy issues in building a knowledge-based economy in countries of central and eastern Europe’, Background paper for the World Bank, World Development Report 1998, December 1997, 25p.
Assessment of the Effectiveness of R&D funding system of Romanian Ministry of S&T, SPRU/Ernst&Young, London, pp. 23. Report prepared for Romanian Ministry of Research and Technology within the EU – PHARE funded project of technical assistance., 1996
Radosevic et al., The Competitiveness of Croatia: Basic Guidelines for a Policy of Economic Restructuring, November, The Institute of Economics, Zagreb, 1993
(With Prof. V Matejic) Lessons of the Findings of the ‘Technology-Economy’ Program for the Scientific and Technological development Policies in Yugoslavia, Federal Secretariat for Development, Belgrade, Synthetic Report prepared for the YU/OECD Technology – Economy Program seminar, Brioni, 1991