Montenegro is a young state in the Western Balkans with a population of 624,000. Over a period of 15 years, the country has managed to establish its democratic institutions, build good relations with its neighbours and embark on a process of accession to the European Union. The government is now developing regulations, policies and funding schemes to foster and internationalise its nascent entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem. To achieve this, it called on the Policy Support Facility (PSF).
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- List itemSpecific Support to Montenegro: Summary article - Montenegro is keen to grow its entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem
- List itemSpecific Support to Montenegro: Executive Summary of the Final Report in Montenegrin
This is the Montenegrin translation of the executive summary of the Final Report of the Specific Support to Montenegro.
- List itemSpecific Support to Montenegro: Final Report - Towards Entrepreneurial Innovation Ecosystem
The PSF Specific Support for Montenegro was carried out by a panel of independent European R&I policy experts from June 2018 to March 2019. This final report aims at providing tailored advice and concrete recommendations to help the Montenegrin government to develop its entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem by overcoming legislative barriers, developing funding and other related mechanisms and, overall, by enhancing governance and connectivity.
- List itemMLE on National Strategies and Roadmaps for International Cooperation in Research and Innovation: Expert Panel
Expert panel of the MLE on National Strategies and Roadmaps for International Cooperation in Research and Innovation.
- List itemMLE on Research Integrity: Expert panel
Expert panel of the MLE on Research Integrity.
- List itemSpecific Support to Romania: Executive Summary of the Final Report in Romanian
This is the Romanian translation of the executive summary of the Final Report of the Specific Support to Romania.
- List itemSpecific Support to Cyprus: Expert panel
Expert panel of the Specific Support to Cyprus.
- List itemPeer Review of the Danish Research & Innovation System: Expert panel
Expert panel of the Peer Review of the Danish Research & Innovation System.
- List itemMLE on Research Integrity: Factsheet
An overview of the Mutual Learning Exercise on Research Integrity.
- List itemPeer Review of the Danish Research & Innovation System: Factsheet
An overview of the Peer Review of the Danish Research & Innovation System.
- List itemPolicy paper by the Commission services ERAC Plenary Meeting: How to improve national Research and Innovation systems of Member States and Associated Countries
This policy paper provides background information and analysis to stimulate a debate on two key policy issues for which important evolutions have been noted over the past years: Performance Based Research Funding and R&D tax incentives.
- List itemSpecific Support to Lithuania: Summary Article
A team of independent experts, set up under the European Commission's Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility, has presented policy recommendations to the Lithuanian government, aimed at upgrading Lithuania’s research and innovation (R&I) ecosystem. The recommendations focus on strengthening research and innovation partnerships, boosting business-science co-operation and attracting innovative Foreign Direct Investment.
- List itemDecember 2018 - STI data and indicators newsletter
December 2018 issue of the monthly newsletter on STI data and indicators.
- List itemPresentation - Key conclusions from the MLE on Open Science
Presentation - Key conclusions from the MLE on Open Science
- List itemInnovation investment in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe: Building future prosperity and setting the ground for sustainable upward convergence
The rise of digital technologies has brought about rapid changes in the way innovation is created and diffused, redefining entire industries. This paper investigates the role that innovation plays in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe (CESEE), analysing the innovation performance and investment efforts in different countries in the region. Building on firm-level data from the EIB Investment Survey (EIBIS) and complementary data sources, the paper dives deeper in analysing the financing conditions of investment in innovation as a key driver that may explain differences in investment patterns compared to the rest of the European Union (EU).
- List itemQuartely review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth (Q4/2018)
The quarterly review of academic literature on research and innovation as sources for growth.
- List itemPeer Review of the Danish Research & Innovation System
The objective of the Peer Review of Denmark’s Research and Innovation (R&I) System is twofold: to further elevate Denmark’s performance by outlining an overarching innovation strategy, and support stakeholders working effectively and in close cooperation towards common overall objectives.
The expert panel assed how Denmark can best organise its efforts on knowledge-based innovation, based on international best practices, and provided concrete recommendations on how to further develop Danish public policy to this end.
Denmark is one of the few countries in the EU that have reached Europe’s 2020 target for R&D intensity of 3% of GDP, and the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) ranks Denmark as an Innovation Leader. However, its innovation performance varies across different fields and parameters. The Danish Minister of Higher Education and Science had asked the PSF panel to focus on "how to build the most effective bridges between research-based knowledge building and the application of this knowledge in business and society".
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