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Our SURVEY on Barriers to RTDI Cooperation is no longer available yet soon the result of it will be disclosed

The Danube-INCO.NET survey aimed at better understanding obstacles in relation to international cooperation in Research, Technological Development and Innovation (RTDI), as well as pitfalls including the socio-cultural aspects is closed. Our goal is to eventually propose recommendations for the policy making system.

  • Posted on: 31.03.2015

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Within the WP4 - Analytical Evidence on Research and Innovation in the Danube Region, 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 was 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 opened the survey also to researchers and innovators from other countries/regions. In particular, from the other Western Balkan countries.

The questionnaire was available at the following link  www.danube-inco.net/survey-on-barriers-to-cooperation

Do not hesitate to contact Lazar Zivkovic for more information (lazar.zivkovic@pupin.rs).

S&T field/scope: General | Geographical focus: Danube Region