Danube-INCO.NET: Help identify Barriers to RTDI Cooperation in the Danube Region

3. Feb 2015

ZSI invites to contribute to the online survey by February 2015 and thus help propose recommendations for policy makers.

The Danube-INCO.NET team has recently finalised a survey for identifying  those social, political and economic bottlenecks as to S&T cooperation in the Danube region and to put forward corresponding policy recommendations. The questionnaire is mainly addressed to the wider science, research & innovation community from all Danube Region countries:

- EU MS and regions upstream of the Danube: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany – in particular Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria;

- EU MS and regions downstream of the Danube: Bulgaria, Romania;

- Enlargement countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia;

- Neighbourhood countries: Moldova and Ukraine (in particular oblast Odessa, Zakarpatska, Ivano-Frankiwsk and Czernowitz)

For comparative reasons, the Danube-INCO.NET team is more than happy to receive also answers from researchers and innovators from other countries/regions. In particular, ZSI invites researchers from the other Western Balkan countries to join the initiative!

Please fill out the questionnaire at the following link - answering to the questions will take about 10 minutes:

Feel free to forward the link to other potentially interested stakeholders, and please do not hesitate to contact the responsible Danube-INCO.NET team member: Mr. Lazar Zivkovic - ( for more information.

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