Policy Mix Peer Review report successfully disseminated in Belgrade
In the frame of the Danube-INCO.NET project, the dissemination event of the Policy Mix Peer Review (PMPR) exercise of Serbia took place on 8 June 2017.
- Posted on: 22.06.2017
The Policy Mix Peer Review Report was related to the task “Analytical Evidence on Research and Innovation in the Danube Region” and the Deliverable D432 of the Danube-INCO.NET project. It provided analytical evidence on the cooperation in research and innovation and reviewed good practices in supporting R&I, instrument portfolio and policy mix.
For the elaboration of the reports, a peer review mechanism was set up to map and analyse programme and instrument portfolios, incentive schemes and policy measures, funding bodies and institutional set-up, framework conditions for R&I, etc. of the countries selected and also to allow the exchange of good practices and formulating recommendations. This PMPR exercise was carried out by a team of peers (5 international experts in S&I policy setting and implementation) and led by an experienced external expert, the Team Leader.
The event was organised by the Institute Mihajlo Pupin (Belgrade), the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (Belgrade), the Science Technology Park Belgrade and the Regional Centre for Information and Scientific Development (RCISD, Hungary).
The workshop gathered about 30 representatives of the Serbian academia, industry and government sectors, which was opened by Prof. Dr. Viktor Nedović, Assistant minister for international cooperation and EU integration, Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.
Mr Béla Kardon, Chief Scientific Officer of RCISD first introduced the results of the Danube-INCO.NET project. Mr Lajos Nyiri, team leader of the international expert group and Mr Svend Otto Remoe, member of the peer group reported about the policy mix peer review report and it’s outcomes.
- Posted on: 03.06.2017
- Created by: Desiree Pecarz