Department of Organization

PhD fellow

Room: SBV/22

Mart Laatsit is a doctoral researcher and lecturer at the Copenhagen Business School. He has held several government positions in the field of innovation policy, most recently as the head of innovation policy in the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Estonia. During his tenure as a policy maker, he was also the chairman of the European Commission task-force on innovation procurement. His research focuses on innovation policy, both on complex innovation systems and their evaluation, as well as the role of networks in policy learning. Last year Mart was a visiting scholar at MIT Sloan School of Management, working with the System Dynamics Group and Innovation Policy Lab.

Primary research areas
  • Innovation policy
  • Policy evaluation
  • Public policy
  • European research and innovation policy
  • EU policies and politics
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Tera Allas; Albert Bravo-Biosca; James Phipp; Mark Hart; Mart Laatsit; Stephen Roper / Evaluation Framework : How We Assess our Impact on Business and the Economy.
Swindion : Innovate UK 2018, 40 p.
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Mart Laatsit / Policy Learning in Innovation Policy : Who is Learning What, and How?.
In: Book of Abstracts Eu-SPRI Annual Conference Vienna 2017: The Future of STI – the Future of STI Policy. Wien : Austrian Institute of Technology 2018, p. 248-252
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Susana Borrás; Mart Laatsit / Towards System Oriented Innovation Policy Evaluation? : Evidence from EU28 Member States.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2018, 24 p.
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Susana Borrás; Mart Laatsit / Towards System Oriented Innovation Policy Evaluation? Evidence From EU28 Member States
In: Research Policy, 7.9.2018
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Mart Laatsit; Susana Borrás / Towards a Typology of Innovation System Evaluation Practices : Evidence from EU Member States.
Paper presented at OECD Blue Sky Forum on Science and Innovation Indicators, 2016
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