Peer reviews - PSF

Peer Reviews of national R&I systems are in-depth assessments of a country's R&I system carried out by a panel of experts and policy peers, leading to operational recommendations to the national authorities on the reforms necessary to strengthen their R&I systems. A Peer Review can take the shape of a general assessment of the country’s strengths and weaknesses in R&I, but it can also focus on a number of specific elements of the R&I systems (e.g. reform of universities, knowledge-transfer system, etc.), as agreed with the country under review. It can be preceded by a ‘pre peer review’ (as a preparatory step to identify focus areas) and followed by a ‘post peer review’ (as a follow-up step to provide concrete advice on how to adjust and strengthen the implementation of the peer review recommendations).
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