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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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EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 13 (August 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 12 (June 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 11 (May 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 07 (January 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 09 (February 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 9 (March 2016) of the monthly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

EU-28 2016 EU Report or Publication

Issue 10 (April 2016) of the monthly review of the academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.

 

EU-28 2016 Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

This publication describes the proposal for a new in-depth methodology for Mutual Learning Exercise (MLE) between national policy makers under the Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility. It outlines the principles of this methodology representing hands-on project type of collaboration among a small group of countries and is driven by policy challenges as identified by the participating Member States.

EU-28 2016 Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility

At a workshop organised with Member State representatives on 22 October 2014 to discuss their potential needs for the Policy Support Facility many Member States expressed their need to benefit from external expertise and sharing of best practice, focusing on the practicalities of specific R&I policies at the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation phases. In relation to previous mutual learning exercises this marked a change calling for a more hands-on approach for such exercises.

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