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Publications from the State Secretariat of Education, Research and Innovation & the Swiss Confederation

Publications from the swissnex Network

Selected publications about swissnex

Pietrasieński, P., & Bitka K. (2015). European Bridge Organizations in Silicon Valley – organizational structures, activity profiles, best practices. Technical report from Trade and Investment Section of the Polish Embassy in Washington D.C. 6(1): 58-67. Schlegel, F., (2014). Swiss Science Diplomacy, Harnessing the Inventiveness and Excellence of the Private and Public Sector. Science and Diplomacy 3(1). Gloor, P. A., Dorsaz, P., & Fuehres, H. (2013). Analyzing Success of Startup Entrepreneurs by Measuring their Social Network Distance to a Business Networking Hub, Choosing the right friends– predicting success of startup entrepreneurs and innovators through their online social network structure. International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering, 3(1). Fleury, A., & Zala, S. (2012). Wissenschaft und Aussenpolitik, Beiträge zur Tagung anlässlich des 50. Jubiläums der Schaffung des ersten Postens eines schweizerischen Wissenschaftsattachés (Texts in English, German and French). Fetscherin, M., Jacot, O., & Schlegel F. (2011). Science Diplomacy with swissnex China: A Swiss Nation Brand Initiative. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 7(4): 289. Fondation Lombard Odier (2011). Collaboration and Partnerships: the ‘swissnex’ Case. Genève. Eidgenössisches Departement für auswärtige Angelegenheiten, Politische Direktion (2010). Swiss Science Diplomacy. Politorbis 49 (2): 77 Marmier, P., & Fetscherin, M. (2010a). Case E: A Public-Private Partnership to Foster Science, Higher Education and Innovation – The case of Switzerland with swissnex Boston. In Go F. M. & Govers R (HG.). International Place Branding Yearbook 2010: Place Branding in the New Age of Innovation. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Marmier, P., & Fetscherin, M. (2010b). Switzerland’s nation branding initiative to foster science and technology, higher education and innovation: A case study. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy.