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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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Portugal 2016 Other

This iniatitive by the Ministry of Economy intends to provide the conditions for Portugal's industrial fabric to exploit the opportunities and to respond the challenges stemming from digitalisation.

Austria 2016 National Support Measure

The "Land of Founders" ("Gründerland") strategy has the ambitious goal to turn Austria into the most attractive location for start-ups in Europe. Stakeholders from the entrepreneur and venture capital communities have heavily contributed to formulating this strategy. It puts forward 40 actions revolving around regulatory framework conditions, access to finance, networking, and fostering an entrepreneurial mentality in society. Most of the actions are in process of implementation.

Belgium, Regional perspective 2016 National Legal Document

The STEM Action Plan aims to encourage young people to choose scientific, technical, technological and mathematical university majors and professions. It has resulted in the STEM Monitor, an indicator dashboard that systematically tracks inflow into, and successful completion of, STEM studies at various levels of education.

From 2016 onwards the emphasis will be on target group policy (girls, technical and vocational secondary education and young people with a disadvantaged socio-economic background), as well as on the relevance of STEM to society.

KMO-groei subsidie
Belgium, Regional perspective 2016 National Support Measure

The SME growth subsidy is a national support scheme. SME's that comply with a certain amount of criteria laid out by the flemish government can apply for a subsidy that aims at fostering growth for the SME's. This subsidy can be accessed since the 11th of May 2016 and can go up to € 50,000.

Grant voor toegepast biomedisch onderzoek
Belgium, Regional perspective 2016 National Support Measure

The grant for "Applied Biomedical research with primary social ends" (TBM) aims at financing clinical research in order to contribute to new treatment methods or preventive measures for certain diseases for a better health in Flanders. The budget of the programme was raised to € 13.8m, a doubling over previous years.


Carta de Princípios de Orientação para a FCT
Portugal 2016 National Legal Document

This document sets the main guidelines/principles that must be followed by the Foundation for Science and Technology in designing, implementing and monitoring their initiatives.

Avaliação de Ciência e Tecnologia pela FCT
Portugal 2016 National Report or Publication

This document contains the definition of orientations regarding the evaluation procedures to be followed by the FCT. Policy evaluations are now a common and consensual practice and its importance is unanimously recognized for analyzing and assessing the absolute and relative quality of proposals and promoting the progressive improvement of the quality of science and technology activities.


Compromisso com o Conhecimento e a Ciência: O Compromisso com o Futuro
Portugal 2016 National Legal Document

The Government’s programme, approved in June 2016, envisages knowledge as a key ingredient in promoting Portugal’s economic and social development and focuses on four strategic dimensions: (i) Human Resources; (ii) Institutions; (iii) the S&T System; (iv) the Territorial dimension.

Malta 2016 National Support Measure

The measure represents a joint initiative between government and Bank of Valletta utilising ESI funds (ERDF) to provide loans at reduced interest rates and reduced collateral requirements. The overall budget amounts to € 60 million.

Malta 2016 National Support Measure

This initiative includes various grant schemes aimed at start-ups, SME growth, diversification, internationalisation, etc. The measures are part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020 with a budget of €51 million in total.


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