Mireille Matt

Dr. Mireille Matt is Director of Research at INRAE (National Institute of Agronomic and Environment Research) since 2011 and conducts her research at LISIS since 2018. She holds a PhD in economics from the University of Strasbourg (France), where she started her academic career. Her research interests focus on innovation studies; transformative innovation policies; evaluation of societal impacts generated by a public research organisation and analysis of typical impact pathways in the agricultural sector; strategic R&D partnerships, and transfer of academic research results towards industry. Her recent evaluation experience includes the ASIRPA (Assessment of Socio-economic Impact of Public Agricultural Research) ex-post and real-time project. She has participated in several European projects: the evaluation of the socio-economic impact of FP5 and FP6; the evaluation of the economic impact of Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure; on the critical mass of public R&D programs. She co-authored OECD reports on Agricultural Research Impact Assessment and on French innovation public policies. Her role in MOSAIC is focused on WP6.