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Multi-Level Governance of Innovation and Smart Specialisation

Zane Šime, Baltic TRAM High Level Group, EUSBSR PA Innovation
The aim of this publication is to analyse the global, international, European and transnational or macro-regional governing structures of innovation and smart specialisation relevant to the CBSS Member States in the science-business cooperation context.

Innovación y especialización regional en América Latina

Belen Barroeta, Javier Gómez Prieto, Jonatan Paton, Manuel Palazuelos, Marcelino Cabrera Giráldez
Varios países y regiones de América Latina están siguiendo de cerca el concepto de especialización inteligente aplicado actualmente en la Unión Europea (UE). El interés hacia este enfoque, basado en la mejora de las capacidades regionales de innovación, está motivando una reflexión territorial, unos procesos participativos y una visión colectiva relacionados con las perspectivas de innovación de las regiones latinoamericanas.

Inovação e Especialização Regional na América Latina

Belen Barroeta, Javier Gómez Prieto, Jonatan Paton, Manuel Palazuelos, Marcelino Cabrera Giráldez
O conceito de Especialização Inteligente, atualmente aplicado na União Europeia, está a ser acompanhado de perto por vários países e regiões da América Latina. O interesse nesta abordagem, baseada no reforço das capacidades de inovação regional, está a incentivar uma reflexão territorial, processos participativos e uma visão coletiva relacionados com as perspetivas de inovação das regiões latino-americanas.

EU Research & Innovation for and with Cities - Yearly mapping report

DG RTD I.3
This report provides an overview of the main EU Research and Innovation (R&I) actions for and with cities, promoted both at the European and international level to foster sustainable urban development.

National innovation and smart specialisation governance in the Baltic Sea region

04/2017 Artūras Mickus, Inga Jēkabsone, Lauma Muižniece, Ninetta Chaniotou, Piotr Szmigielski
BSR Policy Briefing 4/2017 provides a comprehensive outlook on the national innovation and smart specialisation governance in six countries of the Baltic Sea region.

Interregional cooperation to increase innovation investment across EU borders

WHAT IS A THEMATIC SMART SPECIALISATION PLATFORM? Smart Specialisation Thematic Platforms are instruments to support bottom-up collaboration between businesses and researchers along value chains across the EU.

Smart Specialisation in EU and Chile, challenges and opportunities. Towards a transcontinental policy learning dialogue methodology.

Gómez Prieto J. and dos Santos P. (2017); Smart Specialisation in EU and Chile, challenges and opportunities. Towards a transcontinental policy learning dialogue methodology; Luxembourg (Luxembourg): Publications Office of the European Union, EUR 28635 EN, doi:10.2760/884462 Javier Gómez Prieto and Patrice dos Santos
Gómez Prieto J. and dos Santos P. (2017); Smart Specialisation in EU and Chile, challenges and opportunities. Towards a transcontinental policy learning dialogue methodology; Luxembourg (Luxembourg): Publications Office of the European Union, EUR 28635 EN, doi:10.2760/884462

Report on the Implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy Review

European Commission & EEAS
This is the first report following the review of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) in November 2015, which sets out a new framework for building more effective partnerships between the EU and its neighbours, and supporting stabilisation as a top priority. The report reflects the overarching political priorities for the EU's external action agreed with by Council following publication of the Global Strategy for the European Union's Foreign and Security Policy in June 2016.

European Commission reflection paper on harnessing globalisation

European Commission
This reflection paper situates the Smart Specialisation Strategies and regional innovation as a key instrument to harness globalisation.

Added value of the macro-regional strategies for projects and programmes

Interact Programme
Macro-regional strategies can be driving forces for change if the right momentum is achieved. Macro-regional strategies are coordination and cooperation frameworks to implement shared priorities through various actions (processes) as well as projects and programmes. As such they have a wider regional impact, can contribute to processes and have the potential to become catalysts for institutional change in the future. To achieve the right momentum, macro-regional strategies have to become more appealing. They need to capitalise on the added value they can offer to processes, projects and programmes, so that the latter are interested in supporting actions implementing macro-regional strategies.
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