Paulina has worked on a number of EU and UK government funded projects including:
2017-2020 European Commission, Horizon 2020- Marie Skłodowska- Curie Actions project, ‘MAKERS: Smart Manufacturing for EU Growth and Prosperity’
2016 UK Government, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Industrial Clusters in England.
2009-2014 European Commission, FP7 Programme, The Impact of Service Sector Innovation and Internationalisation on Growth and Productivity' (SERVICEGAP)
1999-2001 European Commission, Targeted Socio-Economic Research (TSER) programme of the European Commission (DGXII) under the Fourth Framework Programme, ‘Corporate Governance and Product Innovation’
At present Paulina is working on a project ‘Social Systems for Future Manufacturing’ (SSFM) in collaboration with colleagues from Birmingham Business School and São Paulo State University (Brazil) looking at the introduction of new manufacturing technologies in different manufacturing and innovation systems.
Recent policy engagement include:
2019, Dosso, M., and Ramirez, P., ‘Towards a better understanding of firms’ R&D and innovation value chains: insights from qualitative and quantitative evidence’. Presented at the JCR workshop on ‘Corporate GVC & GIN in the 4th industrial era: new models of production and work organisation’. Brussels, 2019, May 17th, 2019.
2018, de Propris, L., Nathan, M., Ramirez, P., Sweden: A Smart Economy, Presentation Vinnova June 25th
2018, Ramirez, P., 2018, “Global Innovation Networks: State of the art and issues at stake for GVCs”. Paper presented at internal EU JRC (Seville), June 21st 2018.
2017, Dosso, M. and Ramirez, P., 2017, ‘Organisation and location of firm-level (international) research & innovation activities: a way forward’. Presented at the EU JCR: IRIMA - Final Project Workshop Brussels, 2017, December 4th
2018, Ramirez, P., Learning and upgrading in the Tuscany Life-Science Region, Upgrading strategies and trajectories for clusters, districts and regions, 9th-10th May, 2018, Florence, Tuscany, Italy
2017, Seconded to Vinnova (Swedish National Agency on Innovation) as part of MAKERS
2017, Seconded to Fondazione per la Ricerca e l’Innovazione as part of MAKERS
2017, Collaboration with EU Joint Research Centre (Seville). Collaboration funded by UoB and JCR collaborative fund.
2015, Consultancy for BIS in collaboration with the National Institute for Economic and Social Research.