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Innovation Policy, Structural Inequality, and COVID-19

Shobita Parthasarathy

how the pandemic casts innovation policies – designed to encourage scientific research and technological development for the public good – in a new, problematic light. Some might assume that such policies might be immune from bias because they are

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Book Reviews

Laird Boswell and Jonah D. Levy

Laird Boswell Le Communisme: Une passion française by Marc Lazar

Jonah D. Levy Silicon and the State: French Innovation Policy in the Internet Age by Gunnar Trumbull

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Astrid Pernille Jespersen and Tine Damsholt

In this paper, we investigate the background and history that ethnologists bring to bear on interdisciplinaryinnovation projects. We argue that although ethnology is well-equipped to contribute to innovation projects, our discipline also builds upon a series of conceptual configurations, and that these classic ethnological concepts and “taken for granted” understandings sit oddly with contemporary ideas about innovation as expressed in recent Danish innovation policy. These reflections were prompted by our participation in a joint innovation project funded by a Danish programme for user-driven innovation. By revisiting the discipline of ethnology as it has been conducted in southern Scandinavia, we identify three key points that explain our concerns regarding the way inwhich everyday life was analysed and configured in the innovation project.

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Democracy in a Global Emergency

Five Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Afsoun Afsahi, Emily Beausoleil, Rikki Dean, Selen A. Ercan, and Jean-Paul Gagnon

suggest myriad other ideas too—from policy level initiatives, such as rent jubilees (Honig, this issue) and revised medical innovation policies (Parthasarathy, this issue), to radical systems-level changes to democratize the economy in order to give people

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Bringing Politics Back In

Embedded Neoliberalism in Israel during Rabin's Second Government

Arie Krampf, Uri Ansenberg, and Barak Zur

Individual Income Inequality .” SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 1873649. Rochester, NY : Social Science Research Network . Maggor , Erez . 2021 . “ The Politics of Innovation Policy: Building Israel's ‘Neo-Developmental’ State .” Politics & Society 49 ( 4

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The End of Representative Politics, Revisited

Simon Tormey and Jean-Paul Gagnon

reinforced by a sense of many case studies and examples of elite corruption, clientelism, cronyism, and nepotism between both political parties. Therefore, you have to have a disruption outside of la casta in order to make any further democratic innovation

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The Role of Joint Lists and the New Political Rhetoric in Israel, 2015–2020

Osnat Akirav

Emergence of Cross-Cutting Policy Issues: Comparing Innovation Policy in Norway and Germany .” European Politics and Society 20 ( 1 ): 49 – 65 . 10.1080/23745118.2018.1515864 Curini , Luigi , and

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Adaptive Regulation

A Possible Model for Regulation and Innovation in Personal Social Services

Lihi Lahat and Yekoutiel Sabah

personal social services, the model's suggested responses, and elements of innovation policy (in parentheses) Social Service Characteristics Problems and Challenges Suggest Responses Disadvantaged and at times dependent clients (fewer

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Transdisciplinary humanities for social transformation

The Global Digital Humanities degree at Mondragon University AS Fabrik

Aitor Zuberogoitia, Monika Madinabeitia, and Davydd Greenwood

and Teaching 12, no. 3: 18–45. . Jantsch , E. ( 1970 ), ‘ Inter- and transdisciplinary university: A systems approach to education and innovation ’, Policy Sciences 1 : 403 – 428 , https

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The Temporality of and Competition between Infrastructures

Taxis and E-Hailing in China

Jack Linzhou Xing

Xing, “Restricted Generalizability of City Innovation Policies: The Case of E-Hailing in China,” Science and Public Policy 46, no. 6 (2019): 805–819. 44 Mr. Shi, quoted in note 42, continued: “While the number of drives [has] decreased, the rate