Report identifies how governments are responding to the challenges of today's complex world and highlights recent trends and examples in public sector innovation.
This paper looks at how digitalisation is transforming innovation, and the consequent need for innovation policies to adapt. It shows that the digital transformation affects the economics of information and knowledge, in particular pricing and allocation.
Connected devices and appliances offer added convenience but also bring potential risks such as data privacy and cybersecurity threats, limitations on interoperability, complex supply chains and liability regimes, and product safety. Developing effective responses to the consumer protection issues that arise from the "smart home" will be an ongoing challenge.
Report identifies the global trends in government innovation and includes 10 in-depth case studies to illustrate the 3 key trends: identity, systems approaches and enablers, and inclusiveness and vulnerable populations.
This paper presents new cross-country descriptive evidence on innovative start-ups and related venture capital investments drawing upon Crunchbase, a new dataset that is unprecedented in terms of scope and comprehensiveness. The analysis employs a mix of different statistical techniques.
This report identifies, and seeks to address, key challenges for the responsible development of neurotechnology. In particular, it analyses frameworks and mechanisms for integrating social concerns in the early development of technology, and discusses best practices for research funders across the public and private sector.
Conference outlining how innovations in the public sector are improving the lives of citizens. Participation was open to government representatives, think tanks, agencies, civil society organisations, and other NGOs and academia interested in public sector innovation.