INDIGO POLICY PUBLISHES POLICY BRIEF Vol. 7
Bereich: Forschungspolitik & Entwicklung
The removal of emerging economies from the list of countries eligible to receive automatic funding in the collaborative projects of Horizon 2020 has led to a strong decrease in their EU Framework Programme participation thus far, creating a challenge for policymakers in China, Brazil, Russia, Mexico and India.
The report first reviews India’s significant participation in FP7 and its minimal participation in Horizon 2020. It then analyses a number of case studies of EU Framework Programme participation practiced in industrialized countries, which never benefitted from automatic funding, as well as emerging economies, India’s peer countries that have also only been removed from the list of automatic funding with the onset of Horizon 2020.
For further information, please contact: email@example.com
AutorInnen: de Oliveira, T.
- Projekt: INDIGO POLICY
- News: INDIGO POLICY & INNO INDIGO: Involvement in the EU-India STI cooperation days
- News: INDIGO POLICY & INNO INDIGO: new projects for sustainable EU-India STI cooperation
- News: INDIGO POLICY LINKING PROGRAMME CALL FOR PROPOSALS
- News: INDIGO POLICY: Policy brief on co-patenting in India
- Veranstaltung: INDIGO VALORIZATION PROGRAMME offers next online webinar on March 6! Join in!
- Publikation: INDIGO POLICY PUBLISHES POLICY BRIEF Vol. 8
- Publikation: INDIGO POLICY releases "Fact sheet" on Europen and Indian Innovation landscapes
- News: Countdown activated! Final Showcasing Event by the INNO INDIGO POLICY projects
- News: EuroScientist journal on the Final Showcasing Event by INNO INDIGO POLICY