Dansk Center for Forskningsanalyse

Carter Walter Bloch

Centerleder, Professor

Profile photoCarter Walter Bloch
Institut for Statskundskab - Dansk Center for Forskningsanalyse
Bartholins Allé 7
8000, Aarhus C
Danmark
E-mail: carter.bloch@ps.au.dk
Telefon: 87165901

Nationalitet: Amerikansk
Fødselsdato: 14. Juni 1967
Køn: Male

Uddannelse

2003
PhD i Økonomi, Aarhus Universitet, Danmark.
Title of Dissertation: “Aspects of Economic Policy in Emerging Markets”
1999
Cand.Oecon, Aarhus Universitet.
1989
BSc. i Økonomi, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.

Akademisk Erfaring

2018-present
Center Director, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University.
2016-present
Professor, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy, Department of Political Science.
2012-present
Research Director, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy.
2007-2012
Senior Researcher, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy.
2004-2007
Assistant Professor, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy.
2003-2004
Research Fellow, The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy.

Undervisning

Lecturer

Policy evaluation froma mixed methods perspective, Department of Political Science, University ofAarhus (Fall 2015)                  

Empirical Analysis of R&D and Innovation, Department of Economics, University of
Aarhus (Spring 2007).

Advisor
Empirical Project in Economics, University of Aarhus (Summer 2000, 2002).
Introduction to Economics (short course), University of Aarhus (Fall 2001).

Main PhD supervisor for Alexander Kladakis, 2021-2023.

Main PhD supervisor for Lucilla Losi, 2021-2023.

Main PhD supervisor for Heidi SkovgaardPedersen, 2012-2015.

PhDco-supervisor for Dorte Henriksen, 2016-2018.

PhDco-supervisor for Thomas K. Ryan, 2016-2019.

PhDco-supervisor for Carita Eklund, 2016-2017.


Interesseområder

Research Fields: Quality in higher education, research evaluation and funding mechanisms, Academic career paths, Research and innovation analysis, Public sector innovation, Research and Innovation Policy.

Forskningsprojekter

Promoting the socio-economic impact of research – the role of fundingpractices (PROSECON), Novo Nordisk Foundation, 2019-2022
Capturing the value of intangible assets in micro data to promote theEU's growth and competitiveness (GLOBALINTO), Horizon 2020, 2019-2021
Pathways to Improve Quality in Higher Education (PIQUED), Danish Ministry for Research and Higher Education, 2018-2021Analysis of the Impact of Collaboration in Research, for the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, 2015-2016
Critical competences for value creation in Danish and Finnish Manufacturing (lead of Danish part), for the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation and VTT/Tekes, 2015-2016
Evaluation of the Norwegian Publication Indicator, for the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions, 2013
Evaluation of research grant funding in the Danish Council for Independent Research, 2010-2011
Measuring Public Innovation in Nordic Countries (MEPIN), Nordic consortium of funding institutions, 2009-2011.
R&D spillovers, public funding and their impact on productivity (DFF-FSE project grant), 2007-2009.