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Early evidence of Brexit’s impact on UK HEI participation in H2020

While debates on the accessibility of the United Kingdom (UK) and non-EU countries to Horizon Europe are still ongoing, a research conducted by Marco Cavallaro and Benedetto Lepori (USI, Università della Svizzera Italiana) entitled Institutional barriers to participation in EU Framework Programs.  Contrasting the Swiss and UK cases estimates the effects of access restrictions and uncertainty on the participation of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in H2020. In the paper which is going to be published…

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RISIS-KNOWMAK tool: a good practice of impact on knowledge production

What are the relevant topical areas addressed by researchers concerning global challenges? A study recently published on Zenodo indagates on one-hand topics related to sustainability defined by the UN Sustainable Development Goals and on the other hand topics related to the Societal Challenges (SDGs) and to Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) defined by the European Commission.     The investigation of the knowledge production in the European Research Area with a particular focus on SDGs and KETs…

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Exploring collaborations network in the Baltic Sea Region using RISIS DATASETS

A study carried out in the framework of the Interreg BSR (Baltic Sea Region) S3 (Smart specialization) Ecosystem project provided analytical insights on value chains in a selected focus area and foster motivation for the mobilisation of Baltic Sea Region interregional effort in S3 collaboration.     The Baltic Institute of Finland contracted EFIS Centre (European Future Innovation System Centre) to support the methodology development for a high-level interregional smart specialisation (S3) value chain mapping in the…

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R&D networks: evidence from a spatial econometric perspective

The third RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 11th November from 12:30 am to 2:00 pm (CET) and will focus on R&D networks and their effects on heterogeneous modes of knowledge creation: evidence from a spatial econometric perspective with a presentation of Dr. Martina Neuländtner and  Dr. Thomas Scherngell, AIT (Austrian Institute of Technology).  Dr.Rune Fitjar, University of Stavanger, is involved as a discussant.   The ’beneficial’ effect of  R&D  networks on regional knowledge creation is…

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Universities and funding policies, exploring their different strategies

The second RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 7th October from 12:30 am to 2:00 pm (CET) and will focus on How universities react to funding policies with a presentation  of Dr Giovanni Cerulli, CNR- IRCrES (Research Institute of Suistainable Economic Growth). Dr Ben Jongbloed, University of Twente, is involved as discussant.     The article investigates how European universities (EU27+UK) respond to different types of incentives, namely, funding derived from: a) core government allocation, b) external…

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