05/2014 Carlo Gianelle, Xabier Goenaga, Ignacio González and Mark Thissen
The real core of the smart specialisation approach is embedded in what is known as the entrepreneurial process of discovery (EPD), which is a main novelty of this innovative policy framework. A successful EPD requires a relevant involvement of stakeholders, but this demands a careful actors' selection.
JRC88896 Jens Sörvik and Alexander Kleibrink
The Digital Agenda Toolbox provides support to regional and national authorities to develop a thorough understanding of the digital growth potential stemming from the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE). It highlights the opportunities Information and Communication Technology (ICT) entails as a key element in their national or regional research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3) and related Operational Programmes (OPs).
REGULATION (EU) No 231/2014 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 11 March 2014 establishing an Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II)
European Parliament & Council of the EU
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Regional benchmarking in the smart specialisation process: Identification of reference regions based on structural similarity
03/2014 Mikel Navarro, Juan José Gibaja, Susana Franco, Asier Murciego, Carlo Gianelle, Fatime Barbara Hegyi and Alexander Kleibrink
Regional benchmarking can be of great help in making strategic decisions within the process of the design and implementation of regional Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3). It can help positioning a region with respect to other regions in Europe and facilitate policy learning based on the transfer of good practices across borders
Assessment Grid for Evaluating Strategic Policy Frameworks for Digital Growth & Next Generation Network Plans
Jens Sörvik, Alexander Kleibrink and Katerina Stancova
This assessment grid follows a step by step approach to evaluate Strategic Policy Frameworks for Digital Growth and Next Generation Network (NGN) plans.
06/2014 Ron Boschma and Carlo Gianelle
This Policy Brief studies the mechanisms through which regional economies diversify over time and formulates suggestions on how policy can influence such process. We discuss how technological relatedness may provide an input for effective policy making.
05/2014 Åge Mariussen, Inger Midtkandal and Ruslan Rakhmatullin
This brief explains how transnational learning can succeed following the six steps of the S3 Guide.
04/2014 Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, Marco di Cataldo and Alessandro Rainoldi
The success of RIS3 policy measures is closely dependent on the capacity of regional government institutions to act as coordinators or facilitators of the interventions.
02/2014 Inger Midtkandal and Ruslan Rakhmatullin
One important collaborative tool developed by the S3 Platform to assist its member regions and Member States in this task is peer review. The S3 Platform views peer review as an important mutual learning and knowledge dissemination channel.
Preliminary report on KETs priorities declared by regions in the context of their work on Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3)
01/2014 Jens Sörvik, Ruslan Rakhmatullin and Manuel Palazuelos Martínez
This report consists of information on KETs and Smart specialisation that the S3 Platform has developed and diffused and identified through participation in events on KETs. The first part of the report focuses briefly on the role of KETs in smart specialisation.
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