Bereich: Forschungspolitik & Entwicklung

India and the European Union (EU) have been important research and innovation partners since 2001 and the collaboration is significant, both at EU level and at bilateral level, in the field of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI).The study adopts a qualitative approach, and monitors the outcomes of the cooperation between both regions.
This study examines and monitors the impact of the cooperation between India and the EU to obtain further in-depth information and insight on a broad range of project outputs. A qualitative design is used to understand the project coordinators and participants’ views within the umbrella of the Seventh Framework Programme and bilateral programmes.
The results prove positives outcomes in terms of advancement of knowledge, both at bilateral and European level in the fields of Water, Energy, Health, Social Sciences and Humanities, as well as, the enhancement of EU-India international research collaboration. Conversely, the economic outcomes and the level of policy uptake are considered to be very limited. This study concludes that the Seventh Framework and bilateral programmes are an excellent avenue for the enhancement of bilateral collaboration and strengthening of international research collaboration between India and the EU.

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AutorInnen: de Oliveira, T., Mayer, F.


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Tags: India, international cooperation, research and innovation management, research cooperation, SDGs

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Kategorie: Projekt Outputs

Publikations Datum: 2017

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