- School of Public Policy
- Technology Policy and Assessment Center
Philip Shapira is a Professor in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology and Professor of Management, Innovation and Policy with the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. His interests encompass science and technology policy, economic and regional development, innovation management and policy, industrial competitiveness, technology trajectories and assessment, innovation measurement, and policy evaluation. Prof. Shapira's current and recent research includes projects that examine nanotechnology research and innovation systems assessment, responsible research and innovation in synthetic biology, and next generation manufacturing and institutions for technology diffusion. Prof. Shapira is a director of the Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy and the Georgia Manufacturing Survey. He is co-editor (with J. Edler, P. Cunningham, and A. Gök) of the Handbook of Innovation Policy Impact (Edward Elgar 2016) and (with R. Smits and S. Kuhlmann) of Innovation Policy: Theory and Practice. An International Handbook (Edward Elgar, 2010). Prof. Shapira is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Philip Shapira is on Twitter @pshapira
- Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, City and Regional Planning
- M.A., University of California, Berkeley, Economics
- M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, City Planning
- Dip.TP (Dist.), Gloucestershire College of Art and Design, U.K.
- Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy
- Asia (East)
- United States
- United States - Georgia
- Regional Development
- Emerging Technologies - Innovation
- Small and Midsize Enterprises
- Technology Management and Policy
- Anticipating governance challenges in synthetic biology: Insights from biosynthetic menthol
In: Technological Forecasting & Social Change [Peer Reviewed]
- Introducing the dilemma of societal alignment for inclusive and responsible research and innovation
In: Journal of Responsible Innovation [Peer Reviewed]
- The Values of Synthetic Biology: Researcher Views of Their Field and Participation in Public Engagement.
In: Bioscience [Peer Reviewed]