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Projecting Opportunities for INdustrial Transitions (POINT). Concepts, rationales and methodological guidelines for territorial reviews of industrial transition

Pontikakis, Dimitrios Fernandez, Tatiana Janssen, Matthijs Guy, Ken Marques Santos, Anabela Boden, Mark Moncada-Paternò-Castello, Pietro
This report provides guidelines with respect to concepts, rationales and methodological considerations aimed at experts conducting territorial reviews of industrial transition and at policy makers and analysts with an interest in the operationalisation of transformative industrial innovation. It explains the concepts necessary to adopt a wider framing of the production and consumption system, the rationales for (and objectives of) reviews useful for transformative industrial innovation, and the POINT (Projecting Opportunities for INdustrial Transitions) methodology presented as a series of steps. The report is meant as a resource to be consulted continuously throughout the process of a review.

Smart Specialisation and the Wider Innovation Policy Context in the Western Balkans

Nikola Radovanovic; Maximilian Benner
This paper gives an overview of the main elements of the Smart Specialisation concept and surveys the existing strategic frameworks for innovation in the Western Balkan economies. The analysis addresses the relevance of these frameworks and policy documents for smart specialisation, and highlights the links between pre-existing strategic frameworks in a smart specialisation perspective.

Industrial Policy in the EU and Its Neighbourhood: Learning from Policy Experimentation

Maximilian Benner
The article presents approaches to new industrial policies in the EU and its neighbourhood and argues there are opportunities for mutual policy learning

SMART SPECIALISATION IN THE WORLD, AN EU POLICY APPROACH HELPING TO DISCOVER INNOVATION GLOBALLY

Gómez Prieto, Javier ; Demblans, Albane; Palazuelos Martínez, Manuel
Following the first global workshop on Smart Specialisation held in Seville (Spain) in September 2018, the Smart Specialisation Platform published a Science for Policy Report on "Smart Specialisation in the world, an EU policy approach helping to discover innovation globally". Smart Specialisation, as a place-based and innovative approach to innovation, was conceived as a "Made in EU" concept associated to the European cohesion policy. Under this umbrella, it has triggered the development of more than 120 Smart Specialisation Strategies among European Union (EU) regions and Member States in recent years. Nonetheless, the European roots of Smart Specialisation have gradually grown beyond EU borders. Smart Specialisation has started inspiring several regions and countries all over the world, and demonstrates a strong potential to feed into the international agenda on Sustainable Development.

Smart Specialisation Worldwide - Argentine Republic

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview Argentine Republic

Smart Specialisation Worldwide - Commonwealth of Australia

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview Commonwealth of Australia

Smart Specialisation WorldWide - Republic of Chile

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview Republic of Chile

Smart Specialisation Worldwide - People's Republic of China

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview People's Republic of China

Smart Specialisation WorldWide - Republic of Colombia

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview Republic of Colombia

Smart Specialisation Worldwide - Republic of Peru

HABERLEITHNER Jurgen; DEMBLANS Albane; GOMEZ PRIETO Javier; PALAZUELOS MARTINEZ Manuel
Fact-sheet Overview Republic of Peru
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