PXL workshop on Governance of the Smart Specialisation Strategies
31 Jan 2019
S3 PlatformPeer eXchange & learningS3 Communities
This Peer eXchange and Learning workshop on governance of the Smart Specialisation Strategies invites EU countries and regions to reflect on the institutional conditions, procedures and methods for the design and implementation of RIS3.
This PXL workshop is organised by the S3 Platform in cooperation with the Innovation and Business development of the Region Östergötland and it will take place in Linköping on 31 January 2019. This meeting brings together national, regional and sub-regional policy makers from EU countries, representatives from the European Commission and researchers.
The aim is to explore, among others, the following issues:
Changes/innovations introduced in the governance structure at national, regional and/or local levels (e.g. new institutional actors, new spaces for dialogue and policy learning, new stakeholders involved in the policy process, etc.).
Novel practices that mark a clear new working method for the public administration (e.g. e governance, open forum discussion and citizen dialogue, etc.).
Main governance challenges that still need to be overcome in order to successfully design and implement a RIS3.
RIS3 revision process and main governance implications.
Agenda and Presentations
Draft - Agenda
Chair: Fabrizio GUZZO, Territorial Development Unit, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Seville, Spain
Fabrizio GUZZO, Territorial Development Unit, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Seville, Spain
Presentation of the PXL methodology
Inmaculada Periañez Forte, Territorial Development Unit, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Seville, Spain.
Region A – Östergötland (Sweden)
Region B - North Karelia (Finland)
Region C - Nord-Vest (Romania)
Collective reflection and conclusions
The three partners under review, together with DG JRC representatives and experts, will comment on the main recommendations and lessons learnt emerged during the PXL exercise.
Conclusions and follow-up activities will also be provided during this final session.