For more than 50 years, ISINNOVA has been designing and implementing research and innovation projects across disciplines and sectors, bringing together public authorities, industry, research institutions, and civil society. By co-creating long-term visions for sustainability and advising on the development of coherent, systemic, and strategic plans, ISINNOVA delivers concrete solutions in response to complex challenges in five main areas.

ISINNOVA’s Published Works

ISINNOVA’s publications are based on meticulous research and years of experience across a wide range of EU-funded projects and Independent Experts’ Reports for the European Commission. Below is a non-exhaustive collection of our main publications.

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Andrea Ricci, Nicoletta Amodio, Ezio Andreta, Daniela Corda, Adriano De Maio, Diassina Di Maggio, Giorgio Einaudi, Maria Cristina Pedicchio, Claudio Pettinari, Fabio Pistella, Marina Silveri; “Interim Evaluation of Horizon Europe – Final Report” APRE, 2023. 2023
European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, “Stories from 2050 : radical, inspiring and thought-provoking narratives around challenges and opportunities of our futures”, Schindler T.(editor), Guadarrama Baena G.(editor), Publications Office, (2021). 2021
Sessa C., Galvini G. (2020). “Recommendations and Measures to Maximise IDR Impact on Society”. 2020
Ricci A., “Integrating qualitative scenarios with quantitative modeling: lessons learnedfrom recent EC foresight projects. Extended abstract prepared for presentation at the EU Conference on Modelling for Policy support: Experiences, challenges and the way ahead”. 26 -27 November 2019, Brussels. 2019
Weber M., Andreescu L., Cuhls K., Dragomir B., Gheorghiu R., Giesecke S., Ricci A., Rosa A., Schaper Rinkel P., Sessa C. (2019) “Transitions on the Horizon: Perspectives for the European Union’s future research and innovation policies. 2019
Ricci, A., & Weber, K. M. (2018). Beyond the horizon. Foresight in support of the European Union´s future policy in research and innovation. In Re:thinking Europe. Positions on Shaping an Idea (pp. 239-258). 2018
Weber M., Andreescu L., Cuhls K., Dragomir B., Gheorghiu R., Giesecke S., Ricci A., Rosa A., Schaper-Rinkel P., Sessa, C. (2017). “New Horizons: Future Scenarios for Research & Innovation Policies in Europe.” Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg. 2017
Jagwitz A., von Laes E., Zaldua M., Faberi S., Six D., Velte D., Vingerhoets P., García E.,Urcola I., Baiocco S., Delnooz A.,(2017). “Study on barriers and opportunities for Smart Grids deployment”. 2017
Haegeman K., Scapolo F., Ricci A. et al “Quantitative and qualitative approaches in Future-Oriented Technology Analysis: from combination to integration?” Futures, Special Issue: Low Carbon Futures (2014). 2014
Sessa C., & Ricci A. (2014). “The world in 2050 and the New Welfare scenario”. Futures, 58, 77-90. 2014
Ayadi R., & Sessa C. (2013). “Scenarios assessment and transitions towards a sustainable Euro Mediterranean in 2030”. MedPro Policy Paper No, 9. 2013
Sessa C. (Ed.). (2012). Sustainable Water Ecosystems Management in Europe. IWA Publishing. 2012
Sessa C., & Ricci A. (2010). Working with and for the citizens. Innovation–The European Journal of Social Science Research, 23(1), 49-60.  2010
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