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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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Grants and loans play a vital role in public innovation policy, prompting businesses to spend more on R&D and helping them overcome barriers to innovation such as risk aversion and market failures. With large sums – and even larger outcomes – at stake, R&D policy-makers need robust and reliable information, which demands a lot from evaluation methodologies.

Norway, Turkey, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Lithuania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom 2018 Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

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.

Slovenia 2017 EU Report or Publication

The background report provides an overview of the Slovenian R&I system with a focus on the elements which are most relevant with regards to the science base and its cooperation with the business sector as well as to internationalisation.

Slovenia 2017 Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

The National Reform Programme provides basic guidelines and objectives for 2017 and 2018 to be pursued by the Government, while observing EU rules and limitations in trends in public finance and the broader macroeconomic environment. In 2016, Slovenia recorded 2.5% growth in GDP, which is more than was anticipated in the Spring Forecast for 2016, when growth was forecasted at 1.7%.

Slovenia 2017 National Report or Publication

The Development Report is an annual publication that monitors the fulfilment of strategic guidelines for Slovenia’s development in economic, social and environmental areas. The strategic development framework for Slovenia was set out in Slovenia’s Development Strategy adopted by Slovenia’s government for the period from 2005 to 2013. The Report brings not only the data on economic and social development, but also provides assessment of the trends by the IMAD’s experts.

Slovenia 2017 National Report or Publication

The annual report of Slovenian Research Agency (SRA) brings complete picture on the financing schemes of the SRA, not just in 2016, but provides also the comparison with recent years. It explains trends in the number of supported programmes and projects as well as in the amounts of financial support. Since SRA is the major funder of the public research organisations, the trends give good indication of the development in the public research domain. 

Slovenia 2017 National 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

This is the second of five reports that will be produced as the main deliverables of the MLE on Alignment and Interoperability of Research Programmes. It is concerned with the role that National Preconditions play for a more efficient and effective participation in the Joint Programming Process (JPP)1 including Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) and other public-to-public partnerships (P2Ps).

Norway, Turkey, Austria, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden 2017 Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility


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