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Minna Kanerva M.A.

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin mit Schwerpunkt in den Themenbereichen Konsum und Versorgungssysteme

Forschungsprojekte

Fleischkonsum – Von der Vergangenheit lernen, für eine nachhaltigere Zukunft?
Projektseite

Kanerva, M. (2016). Meat eating as a practice and the acceptance of radical change. In Olsson, I.A.S., Araújo, S.M. and Vieira, M.F. (eds.) Food futures: Ethics, science and culture. Proceedings of the EurSafe 2016 conference in Porto, Portugal 29 September – 1 October. Wageningen Academic Publishers.

Hollanders, H., Es-Sadki, N. & Kanerva, M. (2016). European Innovation Scoreboard 2016. Brussels: European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.

Hollanders, H., Es-Sadki, N. & Kanerva, M. (2016). Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2016. Brussels: European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.

Hollanders, H., & Kanerva, M. (2015). European Union. In  UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030. Paris: UNESCO.

Hollanders, H., Es-Sadki, N. & Kanerva, M. (2015). Innovation Union Scoreboard 2015. Brussels: European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs.

Wintjes, R. & Kanerva, M. (2015). Demographic change for continental Europe, four Social Innovation Biographies for the project Boosting the impact of social innovation in Europe through economic underpinnings (SIMPACT). Brussels: European Commission, DG Research & Innovation.

Kanerva, M. (2014). About acceptance of radical change in meat eating practices - Insects and cultured meat. Presentation at the ERSCP 2014 conference in Portorož, Slovenia, 14-16 October.

Kanerva, M. (2013). Meat consumption in Europe: From past trends to a more sustainable future? Paper and presentation at ERSCP-EMSU conference in Istanbul, 4-7 June 2013.

Kanerva, M. (2013). Meat consumption in Europe: Issues, trends and debates. artec-paper No. 187. Verfügbar unter artec-paper 187 [PDF] (2.1 MB)

Kanerva, M. (2012). Meat consumption trends and discourses: Learning from the past.Presentation at the EASST/4S conference in Copenhagen, 17-20 October.

Kanerva, M. (2012). Meat consumption trends and discourses: Learning from the past for the future. Poster presentation at the 'Planet under Pressure' conference in London, 25-29 March.

Kanerva, M. (2011). European meat consumption – From past trends to a more sustainable future? Poster presentation at the 'Sustainable Consumption - Towards Action and Impact' conference in Hamburg, 6-8 November.

Kanerva, M. (2011). Main trends in meat consumption in Europe.Presentation at the artec Kolloquium ' Das Versorgungssystem Fleisch: Probleme und Perspektiven einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung' in Bremen, 6 July.

Arundel, A., Kanerva, M. & Kemp, R. (2011). Integrated innovation policy for an integrated problem: Addressing climate change, resource scarcity and demographic change to 2030. In PRO INNO Europe: INNO-Grips II report. Brussels: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry.

Tijssen, R., van Leeuwen, Th., Nederhof, T., Hollanders, H., Kanerva, M. & P. van den Berg, P. (2010). Science and Technology Indicators 2010. The Hague: Netherlands Observatory of Science and Technology (NOWT).

Kanerva, M. (2010). Nano S&T in the Global South: Assessing risk discourses. Presentation at the EASST conference in Trento, Italy, 1-4 September.

Kanerva, M. (2009). Assessing risk discourses: Nano S&T in the Global South. UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2009-063.

Kanerva, M., Arundel, A. & Kemp, R. (2009). Environmental innovation: Using qualitative models to identify indicators for policy. UNU-MERIT Working Paper 2009-047.

Hollanders, H. & Kanerva, M. (2009). Service sector innovation: Measuring innovation performance for 2004 and 2006 using sector specific innovation indexes. INNO Metrics Statistical Paper No. 14. Brussels: European Commission.

Kanerva, M. & Hollanders, H. (2009). The impact of the economic crisis on innovation - Analysis based on the Innobarometer 2009 survey. An INNO Metrics report commissioned by the Directorate for Enterprise and Industry, European Commission.

Arundel, A., Kanerva, M. & Bordoy, C. (2008). Final results of the ASTP survey for fiscal year 2007. Report produced for the Association of European Science and Technology Transfer Professionals.

Arundel, A., Bordoy, C. & Kanerva, M. (2008). Neglected innovators: How do innovative firms that do not perform R&D innovate? Results of an analysis of the Innobarometer 2007 survey No. 215. Brussels: European Commission.

Arundel, A., van Cruysen, A., Hansen, W., Kanerva, M. & Kemp, R. (2007). Defining the knowledge-based economy: Final synthesis report. KEI Deliverable WP1.5 for the European Commission. Maastricht: UNU-MERIT.

Arundel, A., Hansen, W. & Kanerva, M. (2007). Indicators for the knowledge-based economy: Summary report. KEI Deliverable WP2.5 for the European Commission. Maastricht: UNU-MERIT.

Arundel, A., van Cruysen, A., Hansen, W. & Kanerva, M. (2007). Policy scenarios: Summary report. KEI Deliverable WP1.4 for the European Commission. Maastricht: UNU-MERIT.

Arundel, A., Kanerva, M., van Cruysen, A. & Hollanders, H. (2007). Innovation Statistics for the European Service Sector. INNO Metrics Report. Brussels: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry.

Kanerva, M., Hollanders, H. & Arundel, A. (2006). Can we measure and compare innovation in services? 2006 European Innovation Scoreboard. Brussels: European Commission.

seit 2014
Dissertationsprojekt “Insects and cultured meat - Empirical study on the acceptance of radical change in eating practices”
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am artec Forschungszentrum Nachhaltigkeit; Projekte: Fleischkonsum in Europa und
am UNU-MERIT Institut in Maastricht, Niederlande; Projekte zu: innovation related topics

2011 bis 2014
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am artec Forschungszentrum Nachhaltigkeit; Projekte zu Fleischkonsum in Europa

2009
Master of Arts im Fach Governance and Cultures of Innovation (European Studies on Society, Science and Technology), Universität Maastricht, Niederlande; Titel der Thesis: „Nano S&T in the Global South: Assessing risk discourses“

2006 - 2010
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am UNU-MERIT Institut in Maastricht, Niederlande. Projekte unter anderem: the impact of socio-economic trends of climate change, resource scarcity and population change on innovation; environmental innovation; pharmaceuticals; non-R&D innovation

2002
Bachelor of Science mit Auszeichnung in Internationaler Umweltpolitik und Statistik an der Open University in Milton Keynes, UK

1984 - 1989
Studium der Englischen Philologie und der Informatik an der Universität Helsinki, Finnland

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