European Funds Allocated for Innovations in a Context of Polish Economy Position in the Innovation Rankings
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Michal Koralewski: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland
The paper is an attempt to analyse the main assumptions Smart Growth Operational Programme, which is currently implemented, in the context of the selected rankings of innovation, including Polish ranked in these rankings. In the article there is identified the concept of innovation of the economy and presents the most important rankings which measure innovation economies of states, including Poland. The subject of research in this issue is the Global Innovation Index and the European Innovation Scoreboard. Afterwards the author analyse the main assumptions of the Smart Growth Operational Programme scheduled for 2014-2020, which is co-financed by the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund. The Program funds projects designed to increase innovation in the Polish economy. It is also examined the current progress of implementation of the Program. This allows to explore the possibility of increasing the innovation of the Polish economy, including opportunities for advancement of innovation of polish economy in the rankings by public financing of European funds under the Smart Growth Operational Programme. The conclusions of this research can be used in the evaluation of the Programme during its implementation.
Keywords: innovation; European funds; European Regional Development Fund; Smart Growth Operational Programme; Global Innovation Index; European Innovation Scoreboard. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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