Report on the qualitative analysis of preliminary priority areas in the smart specialization process in the Republic of Serbia
Domen Bole, Lazar Zivkovic, Viktor Nedovic
The report gives comprehensive analysis of the economic, innovative and scientific potential of Serbia based on the mapping exercise, outlines priority areas for smart specialisation and provides the basis for the entrepreneurial discovery process in the country.
Nida Kamil Özbolat & Nicholas Harrap
This technical report is a part of the Stairway to Excellence (S2E) project, which is implemented as one of the JRC's Smart Specialisation targeted support activities.
S3 Handbooks Gabriel Rissola, Hank Kune, Paolo Martinez
This Handbook is conceived to encourage regions and cities from all over Europe to adopt the Innovation Camps methodology as a tool to address collectively and effectively societal and economic challenges concerning local societies in a European context – notably in the field of Research and Innovation Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3) – through an open, collaborative and inclusive Entrepreneurial Discover Process (EDP) between Quadruple Helix actors (i.e. government, industry, academia, and civil society).
12/2017 Elisabetta Marinelli, Inmaculada Perianez-Forte
The term Entrepreneurial Discovery Process (or EDP) originally referred to the identification of areas for investment in research and innovation (i.e. priority-areas), through an inclusive and evidence-based process grounded in stakeholders’ engagement.
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.
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.
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
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.
The Smart Specialisation concept can make a valuable contribution to the integrated approach of macro-regional strategies such as the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR). By aligning the innovation priorities in the macro-region, RIS3 cooperation can help deve- loping critical mass to tackle major common challenges and goals, stimulate constructive use of regional, national and EU funding taking into account diversity while avoiding uniformity and duplication.
Report from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on the implementation of EU macro-regional strategies
The report gives an assessment of the macro-regional strategies (MRS), evaluates state of implementation, takes stock of the main results and gives examples of good practice. It also draws recommendations on possible further developments in the light of the future cohesion policy.
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