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This section displays national policy documents and other information focussing on areas of relevance for R&I policies.
 
 
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Auswahlverfahren von Forschungsförderungsorganisationen im internationalen Vergleich (FOR-AUS)

The evaluation finds, among other things, 1) a noticeable trend towards standardisation of selection procedures, 2) an increasing use of external evaluators in the project selection process and 3) increasing attempts to create more objective selection processes.

Denmark, Finland, Germany, Sweden, EU-28 2013 National Report or Publication

The Danish Council for Strategic Research is working within the framework of the Statement of Principles for Scientific Merit Review which were endorsed at the May 2012 Global Summit on Scientific Merit Review, hosted by the U.S. National Science Foundation.

Denmark 2013 Other

INNO+ exposes specific and significant societal challenges, in which there is a potential for Denmark to create innovative solutions in the short or medium term. INNO+ is part of the work on the Danish government’s innovation strategy. The INNO+ Catalogue identifies promising focus areas for strategic investments in innovation and contains six main thematic areas, subdivided into a total of 21 focus areas.

Denmark 2013 National Legal Document

The Danish government’s innovation strategy ‘Denmark – a nation of solutions for enhanced cooperation and improved frameworks for innovation in enterprises’ was launched in December 2012. It focuses on three areas:

Denmark 2012 National Report or Publication
FORSK2020 katalog

The RESEARCH2020-catalogue should strengthen the knowledge base for research policy work, including the political prioritisation of strategic research funding. The catalogue should reach a broad range of stakeholders and provide inspiration for prioritising work at universities or private foundations, and inspire strengthened public-private research collaboration in addressing major societal challenges.

Denmark 2012 National Report or Publication

The evaluation states that the Danish research and innovation system is among the best in the world. Investments in research and innovation can have even more impact on growth and job creation and the effort can also be improved in a number of areas. The Government had asked for an evaluation as part of its work with the innovation strategy. It has been carried out by the European Research Area Committee (ERAC) and contains 22 recommendations for an even better research and innovation system.

Denmark 2012 National Report or Publication

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