This book argues that a New Deal for research in Europe is needed. This New Deal would involve the mobilisation of policy actors across all levels-aregional, national and European-aand their commitment to develop a more effective research system based on actions where they have the greatest impact. The book presents, from a viewpoint inside the European Commission, the nuts and bolts of how EU research policy is actually designed. It also provides a comprehensive analysis, on the basis of factual evidence, not only of the positive impacts of European research, but of the various criticisms that have been made of the Framework Programme.... took place during the period of the Maastricht Treaty (1992) and the White Paper on Growth, Competitiveness and Employment (1993). ... and may reach about E48 billion (at 2004 prices) for the seven-year period 2007a2013 under the 7th Framework Programme (Fig. ... international Community RTD oriented cooperation human capital actions and mobility FP2 (1987a1991) Information society ICTanbsp;...
|Title||:||A New Deal for an Effective European Research Policy|
|Author||:||Ugur Muldur, Fabienne Corvers, Henri Delanghe, Jim Dratwa, Daniela Heimberger, Brian Sloan, Sandrijn Vanslembrouck|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-05-06|