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PD Dr. Peter Biegelbauer S.M.

PD Dr. Peter Biegelbauer S.M.

Function

Senior Scientist

Center

Innovation Systems & Policy

Competence Unit

Innovation Systems & Policy

E-Mail

Peter.Biegelbauer(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 4589

Fax

+43 50550 4599

Address

Giefinggasse 4, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Anticipatory Governance

Main Research: Public Policy Analysis; Science, Technology and Innovation Policy; Social Learning in Decision-Making; Infrastructure Policy

Experience: Peter Biegelbauer is Senior Scientist at the Department Innovation Systems of the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna and lecturer at the University of Vienna, Austria. He holds degrees in political science from the University of Vienna (Mag., Dr.), MIT (S.M.) and the University of Innsbruck (PD). His research work focuses on public policy analysis, science, technology and innovation policy, social learning in decision-making, knowledge and expertise in decision-making, regulatory impact assessment and qualitative methods. For several years he has concentrated on policy evaluation and the possibilities of learning from experience in policy making, publishing his habilitation thesis „Wie lernt die Politik - Lernen aus Erfahrung in Politik und Verwaltung“ in 2013 with Springer VS, Wiesbaden.

  • 2014-now: Lecturer
    SOQUA, FH Campus, Austrian Federal Administrative Academy / Austria
  • 2012-now: Senior Scientist
    AIT / Austria
  • 2001-2009: Lecturer
    University of Innsbruck / Austria
  • 1998-2012: Senior Researcher
    Institute for Advanced Studies / Austria
  • 1998-now: Lecturer
    University of Vienna / Austria
  • 1998-1999: Lecturer
    University of Salzburg / Austria
  • 1996-1998: Researcher
    ICCR Vienna / Austria
  • 1994-1996: Freelance Researcher
    Vienna / Austria
  • 2012 - now: Elected Co-Chair Section "Politics and Administration", Austrian Political Science Association
  • 2011 - now: European Consortium for Political Research, Standing Group "Democratic Innovations"
  • 2011 - now: German Association for Political Science, Section "Policy Analysis and Administrative Science"
  • 2010 - 2014: Executive Board of the Austrian Political Science Journal
  • 2007 - now: European Consortium for Political Research, Standing Group "Theoretical Perspectives in Policy Analysis"
  • 2001 - now: International Political Science Association
  • 2000 - now: Central European Political Science Association
  • 1999 - 2001: Elected General Secretary Austrian, Political Science Association
  • 1996 - 1999: Elected Co-Chair Section "Political Economy", Austrian Political Science Association
  • 1994 - now: European Association for the Study of Science and Technology
  • 1991 - now: Austrian Political Science Association
  • 1989 - 1991: Elected Member, Student Government
  • 2015 - now: Co-Editor of the Journal "European Policy Analysis"
  • 2016: Member of Graduate School Programme Commission of FH Campus, Public Management
  • 2016 - 2018: Management Committee Member of COST-Action European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (ENRESSH)
  • 2013: Book Grant Austrian Research Association
  • 2011: Paul Lazarsfeld Award
  • 2011: ELSA-GEN Mobility Programme Stipend
  • 2011: ECPR Joint Sessions Professionals Grant
  • 2003: Fulbright Exchange Scholarship for Scientists
  • 2003: Austrian Research Association Research Scholarship
  • 1998: Windhag Dissertation Award
  • 1994: Scholarship for Excellence, University of Vienna
  • 1991: Scholarship for Outstanding Performance, University of Vienna

Publications

  • Democratic Theory and Citizen Participation: democracy models in the evaluation of public participation in science and technology”, in: Science and Public Policy
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer and Janus Hansen
    Journal: Science and Public Policy, 38(8) (2011) ; 589-598
  • Becoming More Resilient In Crisis Situations: Innovations for Democratic Systems
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer
    Journal: Gaia, 22(3) (2013) ; 206-208
  • Politik, öffentliche Verwaltung und Wissen: Wer prägt die Politikgestaltung ethisch und technisch komplexer Themen?
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer, Erich Griessler, Anne Loeber
    Journal: der moderne staat, 6 (2013) ; 223-240
  • Die wissenschaftliche (Nicht-)Beschäftigung mit der Verwaltung und ihrem Verhältnis zur Politik in Österreich
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer, Christoph Konrath, Benedikt Speer
    Journal: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 43(4) (2014) ; 349-365
  • Auswahlverfahren von Forschungsförderungsorganisationen im internationalen Vergleich
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer, Thomas Palfinger
    Journal: fteval Journal , 41 (2016) ; 63-68
  • How Different Forms Of Policy Learning Influence Each Other: Case Studies from Austrian Innovation Policy-Making
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer
    Journal: Policy Studies, 37(2) (2016) ; 129-146
  • Mitentscheiden oder Mitgestalten: Direkte Demokratie versus Deliberation in lokalen Entscheidungsfindungsprozessen
    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer, Sandro Kapeller
    Journal: SWS-Rundschau, 57(1) (2017) ; 32-55
  • Wie lernt die Politik;
    Lernen aus Erfahrung in Politik und Verwaltung

    Author(s): Peter Biegelbauer
    Publisher: Springer VS; Wiesbaden; 2013; 262 Seiten; ISBN: 978-3-531-18591-0
    Series: ; VS Forschung
  • Translational research: entrepreneurship, advocacy and programmatic work in the governance of biomedical innovation;
    In: The Governance of Socio-Technical Systems: Explaining Change

    Author(s): Etienne Vignola-Gagné, Peter Biegelbauer, Daniel Lehner
    Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing; Cheltenham, UK; 2014; pp. 132-158; ISBN: 978 1 78471 018 7
    Series: Susana Borrás, Jakob Edler; EU-Spri Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation Policy

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