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Synergies for Innovation: Lessons Learnt from the S2E National Events

Andrea Conte () and Nida Kamil Ozbolat ()
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Nida Kamil Ozbolat: European Commission – JRC, https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en

No JRC104861, JRC Working Papers from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: In this issue - Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3) play a key role in fostering an efficient and inclusive Research and Innovation (R&I) ecosystem by creating the right framework for focused investments based on selected high value added priorities and a shared vision of territorial development. - Building synergies can contribute to two complementary objectives: helping to close the innovation divide across European territories and increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of public policy intervention. - Synergies between ESIF and other funding programmes (e.g. COSME, Horizon 2020) could maximise the specific value added of S3 investments such as the capacity to support effectively research capacity building and the exploitation of research results for raising the overall social/economic impact of European R&I. - Quality of R&I "governance" (e.g. long-term planning, monitoring and evaluation, stakeholders' involvement) appears as the key factor for achieving a successful implementation of R&I investments under the current S3.

Keywords: Stairway to Excellence; Smart Specialisation; ESIF; Horizon 2020; European Funds; Synergies; Policy Events; R&I; Governance; Innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2016-12
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