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Magª. Elke Dall

Section: Research Policy & Development

Function: Senior Researcher and Project Manager, ZSI Representation in Brussels

Contact:

  • Phone: ++43-1-495 04 42 / n.a.
  • Fax: ++43-1-495 04 42 / 40
  • Email: dall@zsi.at

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Work and research focus:

Research and innovation policy and potentials, impact monitoring and facilitation, evaluation

https://www.linkedin.com/in/elkedall

Other Publications:

Schlögl, Peter, Elke Dall, Chris Gary, Petra Rinnhofer: Vereinbarkeit von Studium und Berufstätigkeit in ausgewählten Universitäts- und Fachhochschul-Studienrichtungen in Wien, Wien 2002.

Bandini, Sabrina, Elke Dall (ed.): Safer Foodstuff in Europe through HACCP - A Guide for Trainers, Rome 2001.

Dall, Elke: Computerunterstützter Informationsaustausch in Arbeitsgruppen - Eine Untersuchung zur Anwendung von Groupware im Kontext vernetzter Arbeitsgruppen, Dipl.Arb., Wien 2000.

Gruber, Thomas, Elke Dall: Die Förderung der Arbeitnehmermobilität im EG-Recht. Bestandsaufnahme und Bewertung. WISO, 21. Jg., Nr. 4, Linz 1998, S. 103 - 127

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Education and career:

Elke DALL joined ZSI in 2003. She is representing ZSI in Brussels since February 2018. Between 2007 and 2016 she was Head of Unit “Research Policy and Development” and Board Member at the Centre for Social Innovation. From October 2016 to February 2018 she acted as Policy Officer with a focus on Stakeholder Engagement at the COST Administration.

She studied Sociology at the University of Vienna and has a background in research on networked organisations, quantitative and qualitative evaluation and in the field of S&T and innovation policy analysis. At the Centre for Social Innovation, she is deeply involved in projects funded by the European Commission related to international cooperation. The projects deal with analytical aspects of cooperation between the European Union / European Research Area and regions such as Latin America, Western Balkan countries and countries such as Canada, Korea, Russia, Ukraine etc. In several of these projects, which are designed to support policy making, innovation systems have been analysed and recommendations have been prepared how to develop the future of cooperation.

Among other activities, Ms. Dall also tought in several post-graduate and graduate courses, mainly about the EU RTDI funding possibilities and project management, and she is actively involved in RTDI strategy development and policy dialogue with a particular focus on widening and spreading excellence.

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