An overview on the future of the European research and innovation policy is at the centre of an article written by Mario Pianta
An insightful overview of the future of the European research and innovation policies is at the core of an article written by the ISIGrowth researcher Mario Pianta and published on Social Europe, December 11th.
The High Level Group on maximising impact of EU Research and Innovation Programmes, chaired by Pascal Lamy, published its final report last July. The Report is focused on the future of the European research and innovation policies. Its main aim is to provide the vision that should shape the final years of ‘Horizon 2020’ and the program that will follow.
The Report contains 11 recommendations, including prioritising R&I in EU and national budget; designing an R&I Programme for greater impact; adopting a mission-oriented, impact-focused approach to address global challenges; rationalising the EU funding landscape, and achieving synergy with structural funds. Yet some indications appear to be more problematic and raise four questions that would need a wide policy debate.
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