Recommendations to modernise Research and Innovation in Moldova presented

18. Jul 2016

Recommendations and a review report on Moldova's research and innovation system presented on 12 July 2016 in Chisinau

Key policy recommendations to help modernise the science and innovation sectors of the Republic of Moldova and a related review report were presented by the European Commission and the Panel of Experts having conducted the review. The presentation took place in Chisinau on 12 July 2016, and gathered about 200 participants. It was followed by a meeting with the Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip, where the results of the review and its implementation were discussed.

The Peer Review of Moldova's Research and Innovation system took place from November 2015 to April 2016, at the request of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. It was carried out by a Panel of high-level independent experts (Poland, Greece, Austria, Romania and Netherlands) and senior officials from EU governments (Austria, Estonia). For ZSI senior researcher Manfred Spiesberger participated as co-rapporteur of the report. The review was implemented under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Policy Support Facility.

The review report presents key policy messages and operational recommendations to help modernise the research and innovation system of the country. It covers long-awaited national reforms in structure, governance and functioning of the R&I system, and a careful nurturing of the human resource base.

Final report of the Peer Review of the Moldovan R&I:

Presentation at the Academy of Sciences:


Press release of the meeting of the Panel with the Prime Minister:

EC Press release:

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