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The Stages in the Process of Identifying a Successful Project Idea for Horizon 2020 - Theoretical Background

Urska Vidmar and Tina Vukasovic
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Urska Vidmar: Poucevanje jezikov, Urska Vidmar s.p., Slovenia
Tina Vukasovic: International School for Social and Business Studies, Slovenia

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Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to discuss and provide overviews of books, scholarly articles and other resources related to Horizon 2020, identifying a successful project idea for Horizon 2020. Method of description and compilation were used. Paper presents the stages in the process of identifying a successful project idea for Horizon 2020. The paper's objective is to present summaries and descriptions of the works studied while researching the topic and also to provide their critical evaluation. The paper is written as some kind of a guideline what has to be considered while thinking of applying a Horizon 2020 project. Horizon 2020 is the biggest European Union (EU) Research and Innovation financial programme ever with almost €80 billion funds available for the period of seven years (2014 to 2020). Participation in the programme is open to different types of organizations and individuals from the European Union Member States or countries associated with the programme.

Keywords: European Union (EU); EU funds; grant writing; Horizon 2020; project idea (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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