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RIO Country Report Brazil 2015

Laura Maragna
The RIO International Country Report for Brazil analyses and assesses the Brazilian research and innovation system, including the main challenges, framework conditions, regional R&I systems, and international co-operation, including with DG JRC.

Eastern Partnership - Focusing on key priorities and deliverables

JOINT STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT European Commission and High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
Author: European Commission and High Representative of the Union...

Peer Review of the Ukrainian Research and Innovation System

DG RTD / H2020 PSF
Ukraine's STI system needs ambitious reforms to boost its efficiency and impact. These should be coupled with strong governmental commitment to invest more. The target of 1.7% of public R&D expenditures/GDP in the new Law on Scientific and Technical Activity, although unlikely to be reached soon, should remain valid and support the STI reform agenda.

Peer Review of the Moldovan Research and Innovation System

DG RTD / H2020 PSF
The report presents the outcome of the Peer Review of the Moldovan R&I system, carried out by the independent panel of PSF experts between November 2015 and July 2016. It explains the rationale supporting each of the key Policy Messages highlighted upfront in the report and discusses the 24 specific recommendations, clustered into thematic areas. Case studies from other countries supplement the narrative by presenting good practice examples that could facilitate the implementation of the recommendations by the Moldovan authorities.

JRC Ocean Energy Status Report: 2016 Edition

EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports MAGAGNA Davide, MONFARDINI Riccardo, UIHLEIN Andreas
Technology, market and economic aspects of ocean energy in Europe

Serbia 2016 Progress Report

SWD(2016) 361 final European Commission
Author: European Commission ...

Smart Specialisation: Creating Growth through Trans-national cooperation and Value Chains

JRC Science for Policy Report Mariussen Åge; Rakhmatullin Ruslan; Stanionyte Lina.
Thematic Work on the Understanding of Transnational cooperation and Value Chains in the context of Smart Specialisation.

PSF report on Moldovan R&I system

This Peer Review, launched in November 2015 aimed to provide external advice and operational recommendations to the Moldovan authorities on possible reforms to undertake in the following focus areas: (1) Increasing the efficiency of public R&I funding and the quality of the R&I performing bodies and instruments; (2) Improving the policies for human resources and mobility of researchers; (3) Boosting business innovativeness and science-business links; and, (4) Increasing R&I impact by properly defining the policy instruments. The final report and the recommendations were presented to the Moldovan R&I community on 12 July 2016.

Global Value Chains and Smart Specialisation Strategy. Thematic Work on the Understanding of Global Value Chains and their Analysis within the Context of Smart Specialisation

JRC Science for Policy Report Brennan Louis, Rakhmatullin Ruslan
Author: Brennan Louis, Rakhmatullin Ruslan ...

Annual Report of the JRC-IPTS activities within the Danube-INCO.NET project

Ales Gnamus and Lina Stanionyte
Due to an important gap in the knowledge on the complementarity of the Danube countries' R&I strengths, the S3P Danube team's 2014-15 activities were aimed primarily at identification of the national and regional smart specialisation (S3) or simply R&I (for the non-EU countries) priorities of the Danube countries/regions and identify the common fields of R&I activities that could benefit from coordination and potential matchmaking at the macro-regional level. The purpose of this report is to briefly report about the work done on the project during the 2014-15 period and increase the knowledge on the S3 tools introduced to advance collaboration in RIS3 process, increase cooperation opportunities in R&I areas along the Danube in order to enhance transnational and inter-regional initiatives and to explore possible alignment of the Danube countries'/regions' R&I agendas in the future. Based on original data for 13 countries and 2 regions (DE) in the Danube area, the report explores opportunities of transforming complementary assets into common specialisations. Our analysis revealed 4 main fields for future collaboration: advanced materials and manufacturing (KETs), ICT, sustainable innovations, and health. These very broad priorities provide a starting point for R&I collaboration initiatives and matchmaking in the Danube macro-region.