Florian Holzinger

Florian Holzinger
Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH · POLICIES – Institute for Economic and Innovation Research

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Additional affiliations
November 2007 - present
Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Position
  • Researcher
September 2006 - February 2008
University of Vienna
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Courses on Theories of Modernity and on Modernity and Nationalsocialism
Education
September 1995 - November 2003
University of Vienna
Field of study
  • Political Science, Philosophy, Contemporary History

Publications

Publications (36)
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Purpose This article starts from the assumption that it is important for the evaluation of gender equality interventions in RTDI (Research, Technology Development and Innovation) to consider its context regarding gender equality regime and evaluation culture because this context does influence effects and long term impacts of such activities. It ai...
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Anhänge zum Bericht: Das DFG-Förderprogramm Open Access Publizieren
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Der Bericht „Open Access Publizieren“ enthält umfassende Informationen einer empirischen Auswertung des Förderprogramms, mit dem die DFG seit 2010 den „goldenen Weg“ des Open Access unterstützt. Die Studie basiert auf einer bibliometrischen Analyse, die vom Forschungszentrum Jülich durchgeführt wurde. Dazu kam eine schriftliche Onlinebefragung unt...
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Despite decades of efforts to achieve gender equality in research and innovation (R&I), all EU member states still face remarkable difficulties in driving forward the development of their innovation system while at the same time improving gender equality by using all the available research potential. In this paper we focus on the development of the...
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Gender bias in grant selection is of increasing interest, thus what factors can explain this gender bias? Using a life science case we identify five mechanisms: gendered criteria, suboptimal peer evaluation in general, gender stereotyping, gendered evaluation practices and panel composition.
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This chapter presents and discusses findings from an accompanying evaluation of measures and actions to promote gender equality and career prospects for early career researchers, which have been implemented within the GARCIA project. The measures and activities analysed were conducted in one social sciences and humanities (SSH) and one science, tec...
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The annual report to parliament about the state of research, technology and innovation and realted policies in Austria
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The Austrian Report on Research and Technology is an annual report to the parliament, describing the performance of Austria in research and innovation, recent developments in Austrian STI policy and evaluations of policy initiatives
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The EFFORTI project seeks to analyse and model the influence of measures to promote gender equality on research and innovation outputs and on establishing more responsible and responsive RTDI (research, technology, development, innovation) systems. For this purpose, EFFORTI develops an evaluation framework which enables evaluators, science managers...
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This paper does not exist - it is here by mistake. But I cannot remove it for some reason. But when interested, the following paper is relevant: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344461914 - which is also on ResearchGate. Best regards, Peter van den Besselaar
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NachwuchswissenschaftlerInnen sind zunehmend mit unsicheren Karriereperspektiven konfrontiert. Neben befristeten Verträgen, langen Arbeitszeiten, hoher Bereitschaft zur Mobilität und hohem Publikations- und Leistungsdruck sind es vor allem die mangelnden Chancen auf unbefristete Stellen, die zu Unzufriedenheit und Frustration bei Nachwuchswissensch...
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1. Introduction The promotion of gender equality has become a key priority for the European Research Area reform agenda. Member States, the European Commission (EC) and stakeholder organisations operating in the field of research, technology and innovation (RTI) are to promote and take actions to better achieve gender equality. One particular appro...
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This presentation will reflect on the process of implementing actions to promote gender equality in the GARCIA project and discuss the main challenge and connected resistances that were observed and encountered. But we will also try to summarize some lessons learnt for future calls and structural change projects. The presented findings are based on...
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The Austrian Research and Technology Report 2016 (english version) is a comprehensive source and overview of the state of the Austrian Research and Innovation system.
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Der österreichische Forschungs- und Technologiebericht ist ein jährlicher Bericht der Bundesregierung an den österreichischen Nationalrat (lagebericht gem. ³8 (1) FOG über die aus Bundesmitteln geförderte Forschung, Technologie und Innovation in Österreich
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Scientific excellence is of increasing relevance for assessing and funding research. Yet the definition of excellence is unclear and excellence difficult to measure. Classical indicators like scientific outcome and impact have been identified to have various limitations, in particular from a gender perspective. So other indicators are applied, like...
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This report was commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW) and the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation, and Technology (BMVIT). It was written by a working group consisting of the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), JOANNEUM RESEARCH (JR) and the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) with the s...
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The article analyzes how organizational cultures – manifested by conditions of work such as working hours, part‐time, overtime and importance of reconciliation of work and private life – affect the design of paternal leave. These analyzes are based on qualitative interviews with company representatives and supervisors of fathers who took paternal l...
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The article analyzes how organizational cultures - being manifest in conditions of work such as working hours, part-time, overtime and the importance of reconciliation of work with private life - affect the design of paternal leave. The analysis is based on qualitative interviews with company representatives and supervisors of fathers who took pate...
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Annual Austrian Report on Research and Technology. Produced on behalf of the Austrian Government by JOANNEUM RESEARCH, AIT, WIFO, ZEW with support from STATISTICS Austria
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Väterkarenz ist in Österreich nach wie vor ein Minderheitenprogramm, da nur vergleichsweise wenige Männer in Karenz gehen. Kinderbetreuung ist noch kein selbstverständlicher Bestandteil hegemonialer Männlichkeit. Karenzväter setzen sich daher bewusst wie unbewusst von dieser Form von Männlichkeit ab. Trotzdem handelt es sich bei diesen Männern nich...
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In dieser Studie werden die Motive für die Planung der Väterkarenz, die konkreten Erfahrungen in der Karenz sowie beim Wiedereinstieg aus Sicht von Karenzvätern mit akademischem Abschluss analysiert. Die Unternehmenskultur erweist sich neben dem persönlichen Rollenverständnis als wesentlicher Faktor für die Dauer der Karenz und später für einen erf...
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Der vorliegende Bericht beschäftigt sich mit dem gegenwärtigen Entwicklungsstand von Gleichstellung in der außeruniversitären naturwissenschaftlich-technischen Forschung in Österreich. Dieses Monitoring schreibt die Indikatoren des FEMtech Gender Booklets fort und kann daher die Entwicklung der vergangenen 10 Jahre resümieren. Die Ergebnisse zeigen...
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In recent years, the need to address social and environmental challenges has grown in urgency. Climate change, global health, food security and many other global challenges cross national borders and affect a wide range of actors. Yet, in most cases, single governments cannot provide effective solutions. Global challenges call for co-operation on a...

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The CASPER project examines the feasibility of establishing a European award/certification system for gender equality for Research Performing Organizations. The project runs for two years from January 2020 to December 2021. The CASPER project has received funding from the European Unions Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 872113. European Science Foundation - Coordinator (France) ISAS (Czech Republic) Joanneum Research (Austria). K&I (Italy) Open University of Catalonia (Spain) Oxford Brookes University (UK) Smart Venice (Italy) Yellow Window (Belgium) Project website: https://www.caspergender.eu
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The GRANteD project will contribute to a gender-fair research funding system, by identifying factors that cause gender imbalances before, during, and after grant submission. GRANteD will identify the occurrence, dynamics and causes of gender bias in grant allocation processes and its consequences for the researchers’ careers. A main objective of the project is to discuss different approaches that will be able to handle the complex nature of the problem under investigation.
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ACT is a Horizon 2020 project that seeks to advance gender equality at European Research Performing (RPO) and Research Funding Organizations (RFO) by facilitating collaboration between experienced institutions in the implementation of gender equality plans with less experienced ones. It aims at addressing common needs and improving assessment on gender equality in STI regarding three fields: gender balance in career progression, gender balance in decision-making positions, and integrating the gender dimension into research content and teaching. The ACT project will set-up and support an international network of Communities of Practice (CoPs) as agents to develop gender equality actions at universities, research centres and research funding organizations in the European Research Area. For this purpose, ACT will: • Establish the first European network of Communities of Practice by supporting 7 new or consolidated CoPs working on gender equality in STI, assess their needs, and offer opportunities to foster synergies and innovation in this field. • Consolidate and strengthen existing infrastructure for knowledge sharing and mutual learning in the field of institutional change and gender equality across Europe (Knowledge Sharing Hub, online survey tool for gender equality audit and monitoring, and an evaluation framework for CoPs’ collaborations and activities). • Develop an adaptable support toolkit, training materials and audio-visual resources for adopting best practices on gender equality by R&I organisations.