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First name, family name

Andreas Reinstaller


Current position

Economist, Austrian Institute of Economic Research


Key areas of research

Innovation Policy

Economics of Technical Change

Industrial Policy

Industrial Dynamics and Structural Change


Nationality

Italian


Born

February 9, 1970


Education and training

2000 - 2006 University of Maastricht, Maastricht Economic Research Institute of Innovation and Technology (UNU-Merit), PhD in Economics
1992 - 1998 Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Economics

Language skills

German: mother tongue
Italian: excellent
English: excellent
French: good

Work experience in academic and research institutions

2007 to date: Senior economist at Wifo
2007 to date: External lecturer at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
2003 to 2007: Assistant professor at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
2000 to 2003: Researcher at Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (Merit), University of Maastricht
1999 to 2000: Research internship scholarship, Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (Merit), University of Maastricht
1998 to 1999: Research assistant at Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Institute for Technology and Commodity Science

Projects and Grants

Framework contract coordinator and principal investigator: European Competitiveness Framework Contract (N° ENTR/300/PP/2013/FC; 1st ranked consortium) 2015-2018
Principal investigator: Technologiegeber Österreich. Contract with the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology . Duration 2014.
Principal investigator: Analyse der Terms of Trade in Österreich Contract with the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs. Duration 2014. Project coordinator: Stefan Schiman.
Principal investigator: Company Survey: WIFO-Unternehmensbefragung: Strategische Zusammenarbeit zwischen jungen Technologieunternehmen und Großunternehmen. Contract with the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology. Duration 2014.
Investigator: Structural Change - Long Term Trends. European Commission: DG Enterprise; Background Report for the European Competitiveness Report; Framework Contract 2010-2014. Duration: 2012-2013. Project coordinator: Dr. Werner Hölzl.
Investigator: Social innovation as an element for a systemic industrial policy. Task 3 in Workpackage 302 of Area 3 of the WWW4Europe Project (FP7 Collaborative Research Project), European Commission: DG Research. Project coordinator: Prof. Dr. Karl Aiginger. Duration: 2011-2015 (Task: 2012-2013)
Principal investigator and project coordinator: The development of productive structures of EU member states. European Commission: DG Enterprise; Study for the European Competitiveness Report Framework Contract 2010-2014. Duration: 2011-2012
Management team member and workpackage lead: Mobility of Researchers in Europe 2 (MORE II) Project. Service contract with the European Commission, DG Research. Duration: 2011-2012.
Project leader: Forschungs- und wirtschaftspolitische Bedeutung der Umsetzung der Biopatentrichtlinie in Österreich. Contract with the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology. Duration 2011-2012
Project contributor:Structural Change and the Competitiveness of EU Member States. Service contract with the European Commission, DG Enterprise. Duration: 2011-2012
Project & Workpackage leader: INNO Grips Project (Pro Inno Europe). Service contract with the European Commission, DG Enterprise. Duration: 2010-2013, www.proinno-europe.eu/innogrips2.
Project leader: Assessment of ETAP Roadmaps with regard to their eco-innovation potential. Service for the OECD Environment Directorate, Paris. Duration: 2009
Management team member: Mobility of Researchers in Europe (MORE) Project. Service contract by the European Commission, DG Research. Duration: 2008 - 2010
Project leader: Wifo-Studien zum Österreichischen Forschungsdialog. Project by the Austrian Ministry of Science. Duration: 2008
Project leader (fall 2007 to end): tip-Technologie und Politikberatung. Project by the Austrian Ministry of Innovation and Technology, the Austrian Ministry of Economic Affairs, and the Austrian Ministry of Science. Duration: 2006 - 2008
Scientific project coordinator & management team member (fall 2007 to end). European Sectoral Innovation Watch SYSTEMATIC project funded by the European Commission. Project leader: Kristin Smeral (WIFO). Duration: 2006 -2008.
Project team member: Evaluierung des Österreichischen Systems der Forschungsförderung imd -finanzierung (Evaluation of the Austrian Innovation System) funded by the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology and the Austrian Ministry of Economic Affairs. Project leaders: Prof. Dr. K. Aiginger (Wifo). Duration: 2008 - 2009.
Project team member: VISION: Shared Knowledge Bases for Sustainable Innovation Policies. ERA-NET project (http://www.visioneranet.org/) funded by the European Commission. Project leaders: Dr. R. Pichler (BMVIT) and Dr. W. Hölzl (WIFO) Duration: 2006 -2008
Project team member: European Competitivness Report 2007 Service contract of of the European Commission. Project leader: Dr. M. Peneder (Wifo). Duration: 2006 - 2008.
Leading researcher (2006 - 2008). Industry and employment dynamics in Europe sponsored by the Jubiläumsfond of the Austrian National Bank (OeNB). Project leader: Dr. W. Hölzl (WIFO).
Project leader (2004 - 2005). Standardschnittstellen und Modularität in der technischen und organisatorischen Entwicklung. Vienna university of Economics, Small Project Fund (Kleinprojekte).
Leading researcher (2002 - 2005). Industrie und Beschäftigungsdynamik sponsored by the Jubiläumsfond of the Austrian National Bank (OeNB). Project leader: Prof. Dr. J.H. Pichler.
Contributor to project (2001 - 2003). Transitions: What drives them and how are they managed? sponsored by NWO, the Dutch Council for Scientific Research. Project leader: Dr. R. Kemp (Merit, University of Maastricht).
Contributor to project (1999 - 2003). Technological regime shiffts to environmental sustainability, PRET sponsored by NWO, the Dutch Council for Scientific Research. Project leader: Dr. R. Kemp (Merit, University of Maastricht).
Researcher in project (1998). ADAPT Procect at the Institute for Technology and Commodity Science at the Vienna University of Economics, sponsored by the Structural Development Fund (ESF) of the European Commission. Project leader: Dr. S. Alber (Wirschaftsuniversität Wien).

Recent Key Notes and Presentations

“Smart Diversification’ im Außenhandel”, Lecture series on foreign trade, Research Centre for International Economics (FIW), Ministry of Economic Affairs, Vienna, June 11th 2015
“Logik und Ausgestaltung der Forschungsförderung der Europäischen Union”, City of Vienna, City Council, 17th November 2014
https://www.wieninternational.at/de/aktuell/eu-forschungsfoerderung-fuer-eine-innovative-stadt-de
“New Industrial Policy: Achieving Competitiveness for a Sustainable Growth Path”, industriAll Summer School on Industrial Policy, Rome 17-19 September 2014
“The development of productive structures of the EU Member States – A product space approach”. Brown Bag Seminar DG Enterprise and Industry, European Commission, January 21st 2013, Brussels.
"The barriers to internationalization and growth for EU’s innovative companies” invited talk at the EU-China workshop “Encouraging EU-China collaboration in Innovation Policy”, Beijing May 22nd – 24th 2012.
“How competitiveness differs across the EU and why it matters: Evidence and some implications for EU policies and the budget”, talk at the CEPS Task Force meeting for the report “Investing where it matters. An EU budget for long-term growth” prepared for the Danish EU Presidency, December 6th 2011 Brussels.
“Investition in technische Innovationen: Ein Überblick über den Stand der wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Forschung. Plenarvortrag 21. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Agrarökonomie, October 4th 2011, EURAC Bozen Italy.
“Die volkswirtschaftliche Bedeutung von Breitband” at Europäisches Forum Alpbach, Technologiegespräche, Technologieworkshop “Innovative Internettechnologien für intelligentes, nachhaltiges und integratives Wachstum”, April 27th 2010.
“Mehr Risiko in F&E fördern!“ at the Plattform FTEval, December 4th 2009
“Business R&D and the crisis: Any role for research promotion agencies?” at the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), TAFTIE Workshop October 23rd 2009
“Bildung als Bottleneck für Innovation?” (Education as bottleneck for innovation) at the Club Research, Vienna, October 8th, www.clubresearch.at/p-46229.html
Presentation of key issues for future STI policies in Austria at a hearing of the Parliamentary Committee for Research, Technology and Innovation, July 7th 2009,(jointly with Andreas Schibany) www.parlament.gv.at/PG/PR/JAHR_2009/PK0625/PK0625.shtml
“Fostering eco-innovation in the current economic downturn (?)”, keynote talk at the OECD Roundtable on Policy Responses to the Economic Crisis of the CIIE, April 1st 2009, Paris, OECD
“Sectoral innovation models and innovation policy: Implications for New Member States”; keynote talk at the INCOM Conference on Innovation, Research and Development organised by the Czech Presidency of the EU, January 22nd-23rd 2009, Prague, Palais Lichtenstein, www.eu2009.cz/event/1/188/
“High-tech ↔ high-risk?”, keynote talk at the Forum FFG “High Tech - High Risk" on September 23rd 2008, Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)

Recent advisory activities

Member of the high level expert group in preparation of the declaration of the Czech Presidency of the EU on Growth and Innovation January 2009 jointly with Philippe Aghion (Harvard, USA), Rajneesh Narula (Univ. Reading, UK), Jakob Edler (Univ. Manchester, UK), Ken Guy (Wise Guys Ltd., UK) and Alasdair Reid (Technopolis Group, BE).
Expert consultant to the Austrian Ministry of Science in the Austrian Research Dialogue consultations (jointly with the director of the Austrian Institute of Economic Research Karl Aiginger, 2008)

Teaching


Courses:

Since 2011: Economic policy (undergraduate level course, Vienna University of Economics)
2004-2010: International Macroeconomics (3rd year course, Vienna University of Economics)
2006: Introduction to Economics (1st year course, Vienna University of Economics),
2005: Nonlinear Dynamics in Economic Systems (PhD level course, support to Prof. DDr. Kubin, Vienna University of Economics)
2003: International Economics (1st year course, University Maastricht),
2003: Network Economics (3rd year course, University Maastricht) ,
2001-2004: History of Economic Thought (4th year course, University Maastricht),
2001-2003: Sciences and Technology Dynamics (postgraduate level course, Masters of Arts programme of the European Inter-University Association on Society, Science and Technology (ESST) held at the Faculty of Cultural Sciences of the University of Maastricht)

PhD thesis supervision: adjunct supervisor for 1 thesis


MA thesis supervision: 6 MA theses to date (3 MA Vienna, 1 MA Maastricht, 2 MA ESST Maastricht).


Refereeing

Journals: Research Policy, European Management Review, Advances in Complex Systems, Environmental and Resource Economics, Industrial and Corporate Change, Industry and Innovation, International Journal of Technology and Globalization, International Review of Applied Economics, Applied Economics, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Revue de l'Observatoire Français de Conjonctures Économiques, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, Journal of Cleaner Production, Review of Social Economy, International Sociology, Journal of Institutional Economics, American Journal of Economics and Sociology;
Books: Routledge (books), Edward Elgar (book chapter);
Research agencies: Slovak Research and Development Agency APVV (research project), Association Nationale de la Recherche ANR, France, (research project)







Andreas Reinstaller


Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)

Arsenal, Objekt 20

1030 Vienna

Austria

 

Phone: +43-1-798 26 01- 305

Fax: +43-1-798 93 86

Email: Andreas.Reinstaller[at]wifo.ac.at





Last Update: 07/06/15