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- List itemGovernment budget appropriations or outlays for R&D
Created by filtering the original Eurostat dataset.
- List itemBroadband – households having access to the internet
Households having access to broadband internet. Created by filtering the original Eurostat dataset.
- List itemSpecific Support to Cyprus: final report
Following a request from the Cyprus authorities for a PSF Specific Support on the “Optimal Utilisation of Research Laboratories of Organisations funded by the Government, by the Business Community”, an international panel of experts was appointed by the Commission (Directorate-General for Research and Innovation).
This report summarises the results of the expert panel’s deliberations. It provides an assessment of the current situation in Cyprus, identifies areas where policy action is required, and makes specific recommendations to boost the engagement between the RIs and the business community in Cyprus.
- List itemSpecific Support to Cyprus: Executive summary in Greek
Executive summary in Greek of the Specific Support to Cyprus final report.
- List itemSurvey data: Mapping of transnational collaborative partnerships
Data on the mapping of transnational collaborative partnerships based on a survey the JRC implemented for DG EAC in the context of Knowledge Hub for Higher Education. The survey took place in the spring of 2018.
- List itemMLE on National Strategies and Roadmaps for International Cooperation in Research and Innovation
Research and innovation are increasingly interlinked internationally, aided by rapidly developing information and communication technologies. Global challenges require global effort and dialogue with international partners. In this context, the aim of the MLE is to foster a policy exchange on the various national approaches towards international cooperation in research and innovation. The exercise allows for comparisons in terms of policy-making and help identify inspiring novel practices, while covering topics such as design and development of national strategies for international cooperation in research and innovation, implementing toolbox and framework conditions.
- List item13 Recommendations for R&I Internationalisation - Infographic
An overview of the 13 recommendations stemming from the MLE on National Strategies and Roadmaps for International Cooperation in Research and Innovation.
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- List itemSpecific Support to Latvia II
The aim of the PSF Specific Support to Latvia is to provide external advice and recommendations on reforms and actions to address the development of Latvia’s human capital for research and innovation (R&I), focusing on:
- Policies for attracting and retaining talents in scientific and technological careers in Latvia and developing their skills and productivity – e.g. raising the attractiveness of scientific and technological (S&T) careers, attracting young talents in doctoral studies as well as internationally mobile talents (e.g ERC or Marie Sklodowska-Curie grantees), improving researchers’ careers' structure, working conditions, skills and productivity, and limiting brain drain.
- Policies to develop S&T human resources and employment in businesses – e.g. growing the pool of S&T human resources and raising their long-term employment in knowledge-intensive business activities, through developing managerial and entrepreneurial skills, boosting science-business linkages or tax benefits.