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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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The R&I Observatory country report 2017 provides a brief analysis of the R&I system covering the economic context, main actors, funding trends & human resources, policies to address R&I challenges, and R&I in national and regional smart specialisation strategies. Data is from Eurostat, unless otherwise referenced and is correct as at January 2018. Data used from other international sources is also correct to that date. The report provides a state-of-play and analysis of the national level R&I system and its challenges, to support the European Semester.

Italy 2017 EU Report or Publication

The JRC managed Public Research Funding (PREF) study has collected information on and analysed national public research funding. It provides an overview of its evolution and current state in European and selected non-European countries, particularly as concerns funding themes, fields and the types of allocation (competitive project based versus institutional funding). The study was conducted by a consortium led by IRCRES CNR and involving researchers from USI, AIT and NIFU as well as a number of country experts. 

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom 2017 EU Report or Publication

The annual RIO Country Report offers an analysis of the R&I system in Italy, including relevant policies and funding, with particular focus on topics critical for EU policies. The report identifies the main challenges of the Italian research and innovation system and assesses the policy response.

Italy 2016 EU Report or Publication

Research performance based funding is used by most EU Member States to increase the performance of their public research system. This report analyses the different nature of systems in EU Member States, selected associated and third countries. It aims to inform Member States which are in a process of mutual learning to improve the design of their research funding allocation mechanisms.

Norway, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Australia, China, United States, EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

The annual RIO Country Report offers an analysis of the R&I system in Italy, including relevant policies and funding, with particular focus on topics critical for EU policies. The report identifies the main challenges of the Italian research and innovation system and assesses the policy response.

Italy 2015 EU Report or Publication

The European Semester starts with the Commission's Annual Growth Survey (AGS), which outlines general economic priorities for the EU. In 2015, the focus of the AGS was on boosting investment, accelerating structural reforms and pursuing responsible growth-friendly fiscal consolidation. In line with those priorities, in February the Commission publishes a series of Country Reports presenting an asssessment of economic and social developments and challenges in different areas, including research and innovation.

Italy 2015 EU Report or Publication
Credito d'imposta per attivita' di ricerca e sviluppo

The new tax credit regulation has been introduced by the Art. 3 of the Decree 145/2013, modified by the budget law 2015 ("Legge di Stabilita' 2015"). The tax credit is awarded to all businesses incurring in incremental R&D expenditures in the period 2015-2019. The tax credit is 25% for "intra-muros" R&D expenditures and 50% for costs related to highly qualified personnel employed in R&D and for costs of collaborative research projects with universities, research organisations or other companies (including start-ups).

Italy 2015 National Legal Document

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