The ICCR Foundation was registered in 2003 as not-for-profit research organisation by the Federation of the Construction Industry of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce and the City of Vienna. It is an independent, international, non-profit research institute specialized in strategic policy analysis. For its research work, the ICCR employs applied, multi-disciplinary and comparative approaches, with Europe defining the geographical scope. Based in Vienna, Austria, with a liaison office in Paris its scope of activities covers the whole of Europe and beyond. Among our clients are the European Commission and the Deutscher Bundestag.
We were also involved in several concerted actions of the EC and in SiS projects. The ICCR Foundation took over another social science research centre, the Interdisciplinary Centre that has existed for more than 25 years with a focus on sustainability. Our experience dates back to the 4th European Framework Programme.
TIPS is a support action funded by the European Commission to enhance the capacity of EU transport projects to transform research results into innovative products and services. Efficient transport contributes to sustainable wealth and prosperity in Europe, but intensified competition calls for more innovation and high tech knowledge...
TAB - Expert review
The expert review ‘Valorisation of Biodiversity‘ (Inwertsetzung der Biodiversität) was jointly carried out by adelphi research (Berlin) and the ICCR Foundation (Vienna and Paris) on behalf of the German Bundestag – Office for Technology Assessment (Büro für Technikfolgen-Abschätzung beim Deutschen Bundestag – TAB).
The governance of medical knowledge is far from being a linear process. Rather, medical knowledge - and its production – is governed by multiple actors and factors that impact the way health, illness and disabilities are understood, regulated, and dealt with by European and national health systems and different sectors of society.
The new website: not a re-launch, but not a face-lift either
You might have realised it already: the ICCR Foundation has re-designed its website. It now contains more information, will be updated more regularly and will offer news about the institute and beyond. It will inform you about events worthy of note...