This Peer Review, launched in January 2016 aimed to provide external advice and operational recommendations to the Hungarian authorities on possible reforms to undertake in the following focus areas: (1) R&I governance and policy-making; (2) Availability of human resources for R&I; (3) Framework conditions for innovation in the business sector; and (4) Science-industry cooperation, technology transfer and entrepreneurship. The final report and the recommendations were presented to the Hungarian R&I community on 20 September 2016.
The report presents the outcome of the Peer Review of the Hungarian R&I system. It explains the rationale supporting each of the seven Policy Messages highlighted upfront in the report and discusses the 33 specific recommendations, clustered into thematic areas. Case studies from other countries supplement the narrative by presenting good practice examples that could facilitate the implementation of the recommendations by the Hungarian authorities.
This is the Executive Summary of the Peer Review of the hungarian R&I System translated in Hungarian.
Kick-off meeting of the Peer Review of Hungary.
First country visit to Hungary of the panel of experts.
The second country visit to Hungary for a more in-depth analysis.
Presentation of the peer review report to the Hungarian authorities.