In relation to the Baltic Sea States Subregional Cooperation (BSSSC) Second Annual Conference in Jūrmala (Latvia) from 15 to 17 October 2014, a workshop on Collaboration in Smart Specialisation was organised by PA Innovation of the EUSBSR and the S3 Platform.
Financial design of transnational R&I projects, Vienna (AT)
Countries and regions in the EU, in Southeastern Europe and in the Danube macro-region are at very different stages of development and exhibit high variation in their regional innovations systems. In addition, smart specialisation is a legal requirement only for EU member states. Nonetheless, there are important lessons to be learnt from other regions concerning strategic, evidence-based and participatory innovation policies regardless of legal provisions and varying socio-economic development.
This meeting was co-organised by the Conference for Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) and the Smart Specialisation Platform. The Working Group brings together policy makers, academia and experts from the different countries that form part of the Atlantic Arc Sea Basin (AA) Strategy, to discuss how synergies can be developed between the AA strategy and the different national / regional RIS3 strategies.
This was a conference on achievements and implications of the StarDust and BSR Stars collaborations in the Baltic Sea Region and a matchmaking workshop between regions, countries and their RIS3.
S3 SEMINAR on Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) and transnational cooperation for an innovative Danube Region26/04/2013
S3 SEMINAR on Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) and transnational cooperation for an innovative Danube Region
The Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG MARE) and the Atlantic Forum have co-organised this thematic workshop. This Atlantic Forum workshop focused on how research and innovation can contribute to the successful implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan with the objective to identify the research and innovation priorities necessary to enable the implementation of an Atlantic strategy.
Thematic workshop on Research & Innovation in the Atlantic Ports and on the overview of the Atlantic Action Plan focused on how research and innovation can contribute to the successful implementation of the Atlantic Action Plan with the objective to identify the research and innovation priorities necessary to enable the implementation of an Atlantic strategy.
More than eighty participants from the different countries and regions of the Atlantic Arc gathered in Bordeaux to discuss how they can implement smart specialisation in their regions and cooperate across borders. Inspiration was taken from the Baltic Sea, which is more advanced in terms of its macro-regional strategy.
The Polish Ministry of Economy and the World Bank Group in coordination with the European Commission organised a joint regional workshop entitled "Smart Investment for Smart Specialisation". The goal of the event was to support Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Poland in realizing smart specialisation strategies, and as such achieving more efficient investment of structural funds from the European Union.
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