The working papers of the ITA

In this series ITA presents its own research results in the form of working papers and publishes contributions of guests of ITA. The articles are refereed internally twice. The responsible editor for ITA is Tanja Sinozic-Martinez.

The ITA Manu:scripts are published on EPUB.OEAW and are also available at RePEc.

ISSN (online): 1681-9187

Da wir die Manu:scripte je nach Art und Arbeitssprache des jeweiligen Projektes publizieren, kann die folgende Liste zu jener in deutscher Sprache leicht variieren. 


  • Kastenhofer, K., Friesacher, H. R., Reich, A., & Capari, L. (2021). COVID-19 – Voices from academia (ITA-manu:script 21-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-21-02
  • Nentwich, M., & Fuchs Daniela,. (2021). Three decades of institutionalised TA in Austria (ITA-manu:script 21-01). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-21-01
  • Nentwich, M. (2016). Parliamentary Technology Assessment Institutions and Practices. A Systematic Comparison of 15 Members of the EPTA Network (ITA-manu:script 16-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-16-02
  • Del Savio, L., Buyx, A., & Prainsack, B. (2016). Opening the black box of participation in medicine and healthcare (ITA-manu:script 16-01). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-16-01
  • Pfeiffer, S. (2015). Effects of Industry 4.0 on vocational education and training (ITA-manu:script 15-04). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-15-04
  • Narodoslawsky, M. (2014). Utilising Bio-resources: Rational Strategies for a Sustainable Bio-economy (ITA-manu:script 14-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-14-02
  • Mager, A. (2013). In search of ideology. Socio-cultural dimensions of Google and alternative search engines (ITA-manu:script 13-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-13-02
  • Torgersen, H., Bogner, A., & Kastenhofer, K. (2013). The Power of Framing in Technology Governance: The Case of Biotechnologies (ITA-manu:script 13-01). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-13-01
  • Ming, X. (2012). e-Participation in Government Decision-Making in China (ITA-manu:script 12-01). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-12-01
  • Sotoudeh, M., Peissl, W., Gudowsky, N., & Jacobi, A. (2011). CIVISTI method for futures studies with strong participative elements (ITA-manu:script 11-03). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-11-03
  • Aichholzer, G., & Allhutter, D. (2011). Online forms of political participation and their impact on democracy (ITA-manu:script 11-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-11-02
  • Braun, E. (2010). The Changing Role of Technology in Society (ITA-manu:script 10-03). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-10-03
  • Degelsegger, A., & Torgersen, H. (2010). Instructions for being unhappy with PTA – The impact on PTA of Austrian technology policy experts´ conceptualisation of the public (ITA-manu:script 10-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-10-02
  • Aichholzer, G., & Allhutter, D. (2009). e-Participation in Austria: Trends and Public Policies (ITA-manu:script 09-01). Wien. doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-09-01
  • Aichholzer, G. (2002). Delphi Austria: An Example of Tailoring Foresight to the Needs of a Small Country (ITA-manu:script 01-02). doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-01-02
  • Peissl, W. (2002). Surveillance and Security – A Dodgy Relationship, ITA manu:script, ITA-02-02, January. doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-02-02
  • Torgersen, H., & Hampel J.,. (2002). The Gate-Resonance Model The Interface of Policy, Media and the Public in Technology Conflicts, ITA manu:script, ITA-01-03, December. doi:10.1553/ITA-ms-01-03
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