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Regions of knowledge


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Assessment of the Impact of the ‘Regions of Knowledge’ programme  ( 2.1 MB )

This report presents the outcomes of the impact assessment of the Regions of Knowledge (RoK) programme over the period 2007-2009, carried out between June 2010 and March 2011. The analysis was performed using a methodology based on the triangulation of information stemming from different activities: desk study, statistical data analysis, survey of participants, interviews of project coordinators and EU officials, social network analysis, projects’ case studies and an analysis of comparator programmes.
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Regional Research Intensive Clusters and science Parks ( 998 kB )

Prepared by an independent expert group, this report presents clusters that predominantly rely on research and development as a source of their innovativeness and competitiveness It focused on the actors of the so-called triple helix model, i.e. the public sector, the business community and the higher education institutions and their roles in multi-level policy governance and decision-making policy. Case studies are presented and recommendations drafted-up.
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Assessment of the impact of the Regions of Knowledge programme 

This report presents the outcomes of the impact assessment of the Regions of Knowledge (RoK) programme over the period 2007-2009, carried out between June 2010 and March 2011. The analysis was performed using a methodology based on the triangulation of information stemming from different activities: desk study, statistical data analysis, survey of participants, interviews of project coordinators and EU officials, social network analysis, projects’ case studies and an analysis of comparator programmes.
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Expert Advisory Group on Regions of Knowledge - 2012-2013  ( 131 kB )

This report presents the outcomes of the impact assessment of the Regions of Knowledge (RoK) programme over the period 2007- 2009, carried out between June 2010 and March 2011. The analysis was performed using a methodology based on the triangulation of information stemming from different activities: desk study, statistical data analysis, survey of participants, interviews of project coordinators and EU officials, social network analysis, projects’ case studies and an analysis of comparator programmes.

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