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R&I policy documents and other information provided here focus in particular on areas of relevance for R&I policies
 
 
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Doktoratskollegs
Austria 2004 National Support Measure

Doctoral Programmes form centres of education for highly qualified young scientists and scholars from the Austrian and international scientific community. The programme supports centres of excellence at Austrian research institutions and helps ensure the continuity and impact of such centres.

DACH Lead Agency-Verfahren
Switzerland, Austria, Germany 2004 National Support Measure

The German Research Foundation (DFG), the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) have agreed to follow a lead agency principle for research projects with participants of at least two of the three countries. The lead agency procedure clarifies roles and responsibilities of funding agencies involved in such projects. Most importantly, it requires funding agencies involved to accept evaluation of the transnational project proposal by one lead agency and fund those parts of the project that are being performed in their respective country.

DACH Lead Agency-Verfahren
Austria 2004 National Support Measure

The Austrian Science Fund (FWF), the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) have agreed to follow a lead agency principle for research projects with participants of at least two of the three countries. The lead agency procedure clarifies roles and responsibilities of funding agencies involved in such projects. Most importantly, it requires funding agencies involved to accept evaluation of the transnational project proposal by one lead agency and fund those parts of the project that are being performed in their respective country.

Portugal 2004 National Legal Document

The regime of scientific patronage was enacted by the Law 26/2004. It provides tax incentives to both individuals and organisations contributing to the financing of the activities foundations, institutes, associations, higher education institutions, and other units or centres carrying out R&D activities.

Zakon o davku od dohodkov pravnih oseb (ZDDPO-1)
Slovenia 2004 National Legal Document

The document lays down the rules and conditions for using tax incentives and subsidies for R&D investments.

Ireland 2004 National Support Measure

The Research and Development (R&D) tax credit was first introduced in 2004. The originating legislation allowed any company that was carrying out qualifying activities to be entitled to a 25% R&D tax credit to the extent that the expenditure on these activities, in any given year, is incremental to expenditures it incurred on R&D activities in 2003 (the base year, abolished in 2015).

United Kingdom 2004 National Legal Document

The ultimate aim of the document is to set the strategy to enable the UK to compete on high technology and intellectual strength - attracting the highest-skilled people and the companies which have the potential to innovate and to turn innovation into commercial opportunity.

Aide aux Projets des Jeunes Entreprises Innovantes, JEI
France 2004 National Support Measure

SMEs younger than 8 years which perform R&D can benefit from a reduction in their tax and social security contributions for highly skilled employees such as engineers and researchers. Under the JEI (Young Innovative Company) status, companies are helped to develop their innovative business based on R&D. Candidate beneficiary must fulfil the following conditions: independent SMEs less than 8 years old, with R&D expenses amounting to at least 15% of their total expenditures.

Loi de 12 aoùt 2003 portant création de l’Université du Luxembourg
Luxembourg 2003 National Legal Document

The Grand Duchy’s sole university was launched as recently as 2003 by the law of 12 August 2003.

Romania 2003 National Legal Document

The law stipulates that: vacancies for positions in research institutions are to be announced publicly including in a national newspaper; the deadline for applications is set at a minimum of 30 days; the selection panels include research or university personnel from within or outside the institution with a scientific title equal or higher than the one required for the vacant job; the examination format is approved by the scientific council of the institution; the dossier of the candidate includes, among others, a list of publications and a copy of his or her 5 most representative...

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