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Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact - Lecture by Prof. Dominique Foray
 
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Video of the joint lecture organised by the European Commission’s department for Regional Policy (EC DG REGIO) and the European Regional Science Association (ERSA). This lecture discussed the Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact and was given by Prof. Dominique Foray, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and (discussant) Prof. Frank van Oort, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The lecture took place in Brussels on 4 March 2016. For more information - http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm [email protected]
Views: 1699 EUinmyRegion
Smart Specialisation-  efficient and effective use of public investment in research
 
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http://ec.europa.eu/research/regions/index_en.cfm?pg=smart_specialisation Smart specialisation is a new innovation policy concept designed to promote the efficient and effective use of public investment in research. Its goal is to boost regional innovation in order to achieve economic growth and prosperity, by enabling regions to focus on their strengths. Smart specialisation understands that spreading investment too thinly across several frontier technology fields risks limiting the impact in any one area. In order to help better understanding of the complex concept of Smart Specialisation, the Directorate General for Regional Policy has prepared this humorous video on "The Kingdom of Smart". More http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/home?CFID=e7aeee7b-2786-45a1-a82c-33e91e8f437b&CFTOKEN=0
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The Smart Specialisation Platform
 
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In the current competitive world, the European Union needs to ensure that all European investments create the best possible impact on the ground. Smart Specialisation is the collective process that more than 170 European regions and 16 countries are currently using to identify their strengths and their opportunities. It's based on strong partnership between business, public sector and knowledge institutions to jointly design and implement their research and innovation investment strategies.
Smart specialisation regional partnerships for energy innovation
 
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The European Commission set up the ‘Smart Specialisation Platform’ (S3Platform) to support regional and national authorities on how to develop and implement smart specialisation strategies. Following the development of more than 120 regional and national research and innovation strategies, the S3Platform created Thematic Platforms to offer hands-on support and foster interregional partnerships based on matching smart specialisation priorities. The Smart Specialisation Platform on Energy (S3PEnergy) facilitates partnerships between EU regions that plan investments in energy innovation and assists them to use funding more effectively. Through joint collaboration of several Commission services, Energy Union, cohesion and innovation policies come together to align local, regional, national and European efforts in the energy domain. Five interregional partnerships on energy have been created so far in the domains of bio-energy, solar energy, marine renewable energy, smart grids and sustainable buildings. More info at: http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/s3-energy-partnerships
3 Ingredients for Smart Specialisation
 
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By Mari Wøien, Research Fellow at Nordregio. Smart specialisation strategies (S3) is a relatively new policy tool introduced by the EU to promote innovation in EU regional development. It has been widely adopted in the Nordic region, but what is the added value of S3 and is there a Nordic way to use it? Find out more about the project here: http://www.nordregio.org/publications/the-status-characteristics-and-potential-of-smart-specialisation-in-nordic-regions/
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Smart Specialisation: Leveraging R&I in Less Developed and Industrial Transition Regions
 
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Leveraging R&I in Less Developed and Industrial Transition Regions Moderated by Marek Przeor, DG REGIO, European Commission  Implementing Smart Specialisation in less developed regions - Marina Ranga, DG JRC, European Commission  Doing Smart Specialisation at the local level - Desislava Koleva, Head of Economic Development Department -‎Municipality of Gabrovo  Smart Specialisation from the perspective of knowledge actors - Atanas Kocov, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University St. Cyril and Methodius Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia While Smart Specialisation is relevant to all regions, less developed regions and industrial transition regions face specific challenges. In this session, policy-makers and experts in this area will discuss about how to best address these challenges to make the most of their innovation capacity and move up the value chain.
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Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact - Lecture by Prof. Frank van Oort
 
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Video of the joint lecture organised by the European Commission’s department for Regional Policy (EC DG REGIO) and the European Regional Science Association (ERSA). This lecture discussed the Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact and was given by Prof. Dominique Foray, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and (discussant) Prof. Frank van Oort, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The lecture took place in Brussels on 4 March 2016. For more information - http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm [email protected]
Views: 699 EUinmyRegion
Growing Resilient Coal Regions? The Gippsland Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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To end its debilitating ‘climate wars’, Australia needs policies that deliver jobs and prosperity for communities in coal regions that are struggling in the transition to a zero-carbon economy. As examples from overseas (e.g. the Ruhr area in Germany) show, regional industrial diversification is possible but not easy. It builds on local skills, capabilities and entrepreneurship but is often stifled by a political appetite for quick wins and visible results. In the wake of the Hazelwood closure, the Latrobe Valley Authority is pioneering an entirely new approach to regional development, that is sensitive to local opportunities and challenges. As an Australia first, the Gippsland Smart Specialisation Strategy is trialling and testing place-based development for smart, inclusive and sustainable growth.
Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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META Group - Innovation Practitioners Series Examples from UK, Finland and the Netherlands on how to be smart and sustainable in the regions to be competitive globally
MOOC on Designing a Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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The course offers an overview of the concept and methods to design and apply smart specialisation strategies on a regional (or national) scale. It also intends to motivate its participants to take action and develop a smart specialisation strategy for their regions. It combines formal presentations, many case studies carried out in the field, as well as first-hand accounts. It is especially intended for public policymakers on all levels and also for those responsible for development policies. It also addresses experts and analysts who develop consulting services in this domain or work in international organisations. Another target audience includes Master and PhD students and researchers in the fields of economics of innovation, technology policy and regional studies. The course is directed and supervised by Dominique Foray (creator of the concept and has been deeply involved in European smart specialisation policy between 2009 and 2013) and by Martin Eichler (chief economist, BAK Economics, expert in regional economic analysis and experienced consultant to many regions in terms of regional benchmarking and economic assessment).
Smart Specialisation: Increasing Transnational Cooperation for Innovation Investments
 
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Smart Specialisation Increasing Transnational Cooperation for Innovation Investments Moderated by Nikos Pantalos, DG GROW, European Commission  Thematic platforms (industrial modernisation, energy, agri-food) – representative from lead/participating regions – Ilari Havukainen, bioenergy partnership  Vanguard Initiative – Wim De Kinderen  Beyond the EU: Preparing the grounds for Smart Specialisation in enlargement countries – Alexander Kleibrink, DG JRC, European Commission  Tbd – Georgi Todorov, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria Smart Specialisation has a fundamental role in driving a more effective innovation policy and pushing interregional cooperation in new cross-border value chains. To help European regions upscale Smart Specialisation investments and achieve critical mass, the European Commission launched three Smart Specialisation thematic platforms focusing on interregional innovation activities. This session will build on this example and on the experience of the Vanguard Initiative to generate a debate about the importance of exploiting inter-regional and cross-border complementarities to build and reshape EU-wide value-chains.
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MOOC on Designing a Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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The course offers an overview of the concept and methods to design and apply smart specialisation strategies on a regional (or national) scale. It also intends to motivate its participants to take action and develop a smart specialisation strategy for their regions. It combines formal presentations, many case studies carried out in the field, as well as first-hand accounts. It is especially intended for public policymakers on all levels and also for those responsible for development policies. It also addresses experts and analysts who develop consulting services in this domain or work in international organisations. Another target audience includes Master and PhD students and researchers in the fields of economics of innovation, technology policy and regional studies. The course is directed and supervised by Dominique Foray (creator of the concept and has been deeply involved in European smart specialisation policy between 2009 and 2013) and by Martin Eichler (chief economist, BAK Economics, expert in regional economic analysis and experienced consultant to many regions in terms of regional benchmarking and economic assessment).
Massive Open Online Course - Designing a Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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The course offers an overview of the concept and methods to design and apply smart specialisation strategies on a regional (or national) scale. It also intends to motivate its participants to take action and develop a smart specialisation strategy for their regions. It combines formal presentations, many case studies carried out in the field, as well as first-hand accounts. It is especially intended for public policymakers on all levels and also for those responsible for development policies. It also addresses experts and analysts who develop consulting services in this domain or work in international organisations. Another target audience includes Master and PhD students and researchers in the fields of economics of innovation, technology policy and regional studies. The course is directed and supervised by Dominique Foray (creator of the concept and has been deeply involved in European smart specialisation policy between 2009 and 2013) and by Martin Eichler (chief economist, BAK Economics, expert in regional economic analysis and experienced consultant to many regions in terms of regional benchmarking and economic assessment).
Views: 41 BAK Economics AG
MOOC on Designing a Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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The course offers an overview of the concept and methods to design and apply smart specialisation strategies on a regional (or national) scale. It also intends to motivate its participants to take action and develop a smart specialisation strategy for their regions. It combines formal presentations, many case studies carried out in the field, as well as first-hand accounts. It is especially intended for public policymakers on all levels and also for those responsible for development policies. It also addresses experts and analysts who develop consulting services in this domain or work in international organisations. Another target audience includes Master and PhD students and researchers in the fields of economics of innovation, technology policy and regional studies. The course is directed and supervised by Dominique Foray (creator of the concept and has been deeply involved in European smart specialisation policy between 2009 and 2013) and by Martin Eichler (chief economist, BAK Economics, expert in regional economic analysis and experienced consultant to many regions in terms of regional benchmarking and economic assessment).
Dominique Forray - Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact
 
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REGIO-ERSA Lecture by Prof. Dominique Forray about "Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact". 4 March, 2016 in Brussels
Does Smart Specialisation Indicate A Reforming Europe? - real economy
 
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Patrizio Bianchi, Regional Minister for Coordination of the European Policies for Growth, Education, Vocational training, University, Research and Employment, Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy talks about Smart Specialisation signalling a reforming European system. He claims the strategy can drive economic growth and create the Europe, citizens need. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/11/29/does-smart-specialisation-indicate-a-reforming-europe What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Smart specialisation in Oulu Region
 
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Smart specialisation is an approach to increasing innovation and employment through analysis of regional strengths and competitive advantages. Smart specialisation strategies are based on internationally competitive expertise, businesses, the strengths of research and development, and the use of R&D in developing businesses and increasing employment. Sharing information between different actors creates an environment, where creativity and innovation thrive, and quality is improving. Smart specialisation in the Oulu Region is supported by the European Regional Development Fund, which is controlled by regional administration. Smart specialisation in the Oulu Region is closely linked with the operations of the Oulu Innovation Alliance.
Views: 158 Pohjois-Pohjanmaa
WIRE 2015: Parallel session 1: Governance for implementing Smart Specialisation Strategies
 
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Each year WIRE brings together stakeholders such as policymakers, enterprises, public institutions and European research centres to discuss the latest issues relating to research and innovation. One of the main issues on the agenda of WIRE 2015 is the challenges faced by European regions in implementing the Smart Specialisation Strategy, which is the decisive element for national or regional competitiveness. - Ms Annamaria Zonno, DG RTD, European Commission - Mr Adrian Healy, Cardiff School of Planning and Geography, Wales, United Kingdom - Ms Elisabetta Maini, Managing authority of Emilia – Romagna region in Italy - Mr David Uhlir, Chief strategy officer, South Moravian Innovation Centre, Czech Republic - Ms Agrita Kiopa, Deputy State secretary, Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Latvia
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Smart Specialisation Strategy e Living part II
 
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Video presentato in occasione dell'evento Smart Regions Conference di Bruxelles al quale i Cluster hanno partecipato. Original video https://youtu.be/We6LFVfDf2k CLUSTER MARCHE
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Smart Specialisation to boost Growth and Jobs in the Marche Region
 
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Like the rest of Italy, the Marche region has been affected by the international financial crisis. The footwear sector, a traditionally handcrafted activity which accounts for over 50% of exports, has been particularly hard-hit. It was therefore necessary to come up with a Smart Specialisation strategy to modernise equipment and re-stimulate growth and strengthen employment. Innovations such as the automation of the production chain, or developing health and wellbeing products, or offering shoes made to measure thanks to 3D scanners are some of the solutions offered by Smart Specialisation. For more information - http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm [email protected]
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Smart Specialisation Toward Economic Growth - real economy
 
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This edition of Real Economy comes from Bologna in Italy and Poland and focuses on the regions Smart Specialisation plans. "I'm in the heart of the Emilia Romagna region in Italy to see how places like this are "modernizing, investing and innovating": http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/home to grow their economies with "the sectors they are already strong in": https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/sites/jrcsh/files/JRC95227_Mapping%20Smart%20Specialisation%20Priorities.pdf reported Maithreyi Seetharaman. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/11/29/smart-specialisation-toward-economic-growth What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Smart specialisation: Not “perfect” without basic infrastructure
 
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The smart specialisation strategy allows regions to pool their efforts around specific goals instead of investing in infrastructure projects. However, many regions still need money for basic infrastructure, otherwise the EU “can’t create a perfect strategy for smart specialisation,” says the chair of the European Parliament’s regional committee, MEP Iskra Mihaylova. http://sciencebusiness.net/ https://twitter.com/scibus
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Smart Specialization Project Press Conference
 
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The Strategic Project “Plan of Smart Regional Specialization for the promotion of competitiveness, research and innovation” with acronym “SMART SPECIALIZATION” is funded by the European Territorial Cooperation Programme “Greece-Bulgaria 2007-2013”. The Programme aims at a stronger and more sustainable economic and social developmental borderline with a Strategic Goal “to promote the cross-border area by ensuring regional cohesion and enhancing competitiveness”. Under the Strategic call Projects are oriented towards the confrontation of strategically common, complex and innovative regional development issues. The eligible area of the Programme consists of the Region of Central Macedonia and the Region of Eastern Macedonia-Thrace in Greece and the South-West Planning Region and South-Central Planning Region in Bulgaria. In the strategy framework for Europe 2020, Smart Specialization is in the center of EU interests and represents a key element for regional development. The Strategic Project will assist the Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialization, in order to enhance the Cross Border Interregional cooperation. The project aims at providing a preview of European Regional Innovation trends for the next programming period by presenting the concept of Smart Specialization and its potential impact on regional development trajectories.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Designing a Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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The course offers an overview of the concept and methods allowing the design and application of a smart specialisation strategy on the regional (or national) scale. Furthermore, the course intends to motivate the course participants to take action and develop a Smart Specialisation Strategy for their respective regions. It combines formal presentations, numerous case studies carried out in the field, as well as first-hand accounts. It is especially intended for public policymakers on the regional, national and international levels and also for those responsible for development policies. Furthermore, it addresses experts and analysts who develop consulting services in this domain or work in international organisations as well as Master and PhD students and researchers in the fields of economics of innovation, technology policy and regional studies. The course is directed and supervised by Dominique Foray (creator of the concept and has been deeply involved in European smart specialisation policy between 2009 and 2013) and by Martin Eichler (chief economist, BAKBASEL, expert in regional economic analysis and experienced consultant to many regions in terms of regional benchmarking and economic assessment).
Views: 277 BAK Economics AG
Ron Boshma - Regional Diversification, relatedness and smart Specialisation
 
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REGIO-ERSA lecture given by Prof. Ron Boschma . 6 October, 2017, Brussels, Belgium Download the presentation here: http://ersa.org/events/regio-ersa-lecture/
Smart Specialisation: Reforming R&I Systems - Stakeholder mobilisation
 
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Reforming R&I Systems: Stakeholder mobilisation Moderated by Manuel Palazuelos Martínez, Leader of the Smart Specialisation platform, DG JRC, European Commission  Creating coherent strategies together with stakeholders – Gorazd Jenko, Secretary at Slovenian Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy  Involving all relevant actors: The role of academia and universities in Smart Specialisation – Nikolay K. Vitanov Vice Director of Institute of Mechanics, Plovdiv University, Bulgaria  The Role of Clusters in Smart Specialisation in Transition Regions – Bianca Dragomir, General Manager Cluster AVAESEN, Valencia  Mobilising innovation partnerships – Karolina Lipinska, Pomorskie Region In the EU, more than 120 strategies for Smart Specialisation were designed and assessed by the European Commission. Over EUR 40 billion is invested until 2020 in the priority domains defined in these strategies. As a prerequisite for cohesion policy investment, Smart Specialisation has contributed to putting in place reforms in about half of the Member States and helped to address many research and innovation challenges. Panellists will build on this vast experience and present how Smart Specialisation has changed innovation policy-making in their countries and regions.
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Smart regional strategies accelerate place-based innovation
 
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Lucio Caporizzi from Regione Umbria talks about fostering innovation at the regional level and highlights the need to leverage funding sources from different sources. Territorial cooperation can yield new innovations in better use of funding through exchange of experience.
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ERSA Smart Specialisation
 
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Video of the joint lecture organised by the European Commission’s department for Regional Policy (EC DG REGIO) and the European Regional Science Association (ERSA). This lecture discussed the Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact and was given by Prof. Ron BOSCHMA in Brussels on 6 October 2017. For more information - http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm [email protected]
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Dominique Foray: How to conceive the territorial dimension in Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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This interview has been released at the "International Open Panel Discussion MAPS-LED" . That was held at "Mediterranea" University from Reggio Calabria (Italy) in order to start the project "MAPS-LED: Multidisciplinary Approach to Smart Specialisation Strategy for Local Economic Development. The project has been funded by EU through Horizon 2020 Action.
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ERSA Smart Specialisation
 
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Video of the joint lecture organised by the European Commission’s department for Regional Policy (EC DG REGIO) and the European Regional Science Association (ERSA). This lecture discussed the Smart specialisation strategies in the EU and their policy impact and was given by Prof. Ron BOSCHMA in Brussels on 6 October 2017. For more information - http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm reg[email protected]
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Smart Specialisation Strategy e Living part I
 
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Video presentato in occasione dell'evento Smart Regions Conference di Bruxelles al quale i Cluster hanno partecipato. Original video https://youtu.be/We6LFVfDf2k CLUSTER MARCHE
Views: 18 Av Consulting
Smart Specialisation: Reforming R&I Systems - Stakeholder mobilisation (BG)
 
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Reforming R&I Systems: Stakeholder mobilisation Moderated by Manuel Palazuelos Martínez, Leader of the Smart Specialisation platform, DG JRC, European Commission  Creating coherent strategies together with stakeholders – Gorazd Jenko, Secretary at Slovenian Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy  Involving all relevant actors: The role of academia and universities in Smart Specialisation – Nikolay K. Vitanov Vice Director of Institute of Mechanics, Plovdiv University, Bulgaria  The Role of Clusters in Smart Specialisation in Transition Regions – Bianca Dragomir, General Manager Cluster AVAESEN, Valencia  Mobilising innovation partnerships – Karolina Lipinska, Pomorskie Region In the EU, more than 120 strategies for Smart Specialisation were designed and assessed by the European Commission. Over EUR 40 billion is invested until 2020 in the priority domains defined in these strategies. As a prerequisite for cohesion policy investment, Smart Specialisation has contributed to putting in place reforms in about half of the Member States and helped to address many research and innovation challenges. Panellists will build on this vast experience and present how Smart Specialisation has changed innovation policy-making in their countries and regions.
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Reunion Island RIS 3 : The Smart Specialisation Strategy
 
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RIS 3 ? The aim is to make Reunion Island the Indian Ocean’s European platform for innovation. S3’s goal is to respond to current and future challenges faced by our island by developing exportable products and solutions, generating activity, jobs and social cohesion. Three priorities have been identified : 1/Tropical Bio-Economy 2/Experiential ecotourism 3/ Territorial agility. In addition, an action plan aims to establish ideal conditions to foster creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Views: 479 Innovonslareunion
S3-4AlpClusters Entrepreneurial Discovery Workshops
 
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The first phase of the INTERREG VB Alpine Space project S3-4AlpClusters is in full swing! In the first work package we have launched a series of Entrepreneurial Discovery Workshops in collaboration with Professor Dominique Foray from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. In all participating regions, we will discuss the regional Smart Specialization Strategies in a bottom-up approach involving participants from regional clusters, policymakers and representatives of the regional research and innovation-system. The workshops aim at defining strategic priorities and transformative activities for all participating regions, based on a combination of existing regional capabilities and entrepreneurial resources with opportunities represented by current and future technological developments, trends and relevant innovations. Project Website: http://www.alpine-space.eu/projects/s3-4alpclusters/en/home
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Smart Specialization International Mid-term Conference, May 8th 2015
 
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Organized by Business Incubator – Gotse Delchev, Entrepreneurship Promotion Centre within the framework of the strategic project “Plan for Regional Smart Specialization for Promoting Competitiveness, Research and Innovation”, Acronym „Smart Specialization“, co-funded by the European Union (ERDF) and National Funds of Greece and Bulgaria.
Smart Specialisation in Latin America - Brazil
 
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The Smart Specialisation concept, currently implemented in the European Union, is being widely considered by several countries and regions of Latin-America. The interest towards this approach, highly based on the enhancement of regional innovation capacities, is motivating territorial dialogues, participatory processes and collective vision related to the innovation perspectives of Latin-American regions. Learn more: http://europa.eu/!yQ33rt
OSIRIS and Smart Specialisation
 
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Together with open social innovation, smart specialisation is one tool to achieve the goals of the OSIRIS project.
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EU regional subsidies: cronyism at taxpayers expense - Julia Reid MEP
 
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http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 12 September 2016 • Julia Reid MEP, UK Independence Party (South West), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) Group - @julia_reid • Joint Debate: Cohesion 1. Enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs - Report: Rosa D'Amato (A8-0162/2016) Report on implementation of the thematic objective ‘enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs’ – Article 9(3) of the Common Provisions Regulation [2015/2282(INI)] Committee on Regional Development 2. Cohesion Policy and Research and Innovation Strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3) - Report: Ramón Luis Valcárcel Siso (A8-0159/2016) Report on Cohesion Policy and Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) [2015/2278(INI)] Committee on Regional Development 3. European territorial cooperation - best practices and innovative measures - Report: Iskra Mihaylova (A8-0202/2016) Report on European Territorial Cooperation - best practices and innovative measures [2015/2280(INI)] Committee on Regional Development 4. EU strategy for the Alpine region - Report: Mercedes Bresso (A8-0226/2016) Report on an EU Strategy for the Alpine region [2015/2324(INI)] Committee on Regional Development .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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EDA Regional Innovation Strategies Program: 2017 Informational Webinar
 
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Economic Development Administration (EDA) hosted an informational webinar regarding the 2017 Regional Innovation Strategies (RIS) program. Under the RIS program, the U.S. Department of Commerce is soliciting applications for $15 million in funding awards. These awards are intended to help develop regional innovation ecosystems that provide support and funding to startups engaged in the commercialization process that ultimately lead to high-growth companies – the drivers of regional economic prosperity and job creation.
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The European Project of Smart Specialisation. Professor Raquel Ortega-Argiles, Univ. of Birmingham
 
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Professor Raquel Ortega-Argilés holds the Chair in Regional Economic Development at the department of Strategy and International Business and the City-REDI research institute at Birmingham Business School, The University of Birmingham, UK. Her current research work focuses Productivity, Innovation, Regional development, SMEs, entrepreneurship and industrial dynamics and on regional and European Policy
Views: 36 Online-S3 Project