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2017 Norway, Belgium, Bulgaria, Spain, Sweden Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

This report summarises the work and lessons learnt by the Mutual Learning Exercise (MLE) on Evaluation of Complex Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Programmes in STI. MLE is a project-based learning process whereby participating countries, assisted by a small group of experts, jointly examine a challenge-driven question in more detail. Belgium/Flanders, Bulgaria, Norway, and Sweden were the participant countries in this exercise.

2017 Norway, Turkey, Denmark, Germany, Romania, Spain, Sweden Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

The 'Policy Support Facility' (PSF) was set up by the Directorate-General for Research & Innovation (RTD) of the European Commission under the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 'Horizon 2020', in order to support Member States and associated countries in designing, implementing and evaluating reforms of the national science, technology and innovation systems.

2016 Norway, Turkey, Austria, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

The Modus Operandi defines the scope, the objectives, envisaged outcomes and the preliminary time schedule of the MLE. It also describes the working approach and methodology the group will follow as well as the distribution of work of all participants.

Forskningsbarometern 2016
2016 Sweden National Report or Publication

The Research Barometer’s focus is on public funding of research, and research performed at Higher Education Institutions. The Research Barometer gives an overview of the Swedish research system in international comparison. The Research Barometer describes three parts of the system: financial resources, the personnel in the system and the results that are generated in terms of publications. In short, the Research Barometer shows that Sweden is doing well as a research nation when compared with other countries.

2016 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 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.

2015 Sweden EU Report or Publication

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

2015 Sweden 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 assessment of economic and social developments and challenges in different areas, including research and innovation.

Innovationsprojeckt i Företag
2015 Sweden National Support Measure

VINNOVA is funding innovative projects in Swedish companies with a maximum of 250 employees. The financing is through grants. VINNOVA supports the early development of high-risk companies. The innovation should be a novelty in the industry with international potential. For young companies projects can be financed in full up to SEK 500,000. For companies older than 5 years or bigger projects, 25-50% financing can be provided up to a maximum amount of SEK 5 million. The programme regroups the former programmes Forska&Väx and VINN NU.

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