07.04.2010 - 08.04.2010 | Moscow, Russia
The 2nd Policy Stakeholders Conference was held in Moscow in the frame of the 11th annual HSE International Academic Conference, entitled “Modernisation of the Economy: Productivity and the Human Factor”.After the successful 1st Policy Stakeholders Conference "EU-EECA S&T cooperation - the way forward" in Athens, June 2009, IncoNet EECA now organizes a similar event in Moscow. The second in an upcoming series of Policy Stakeholders Conferences was titled "Best practices in S&T and Innovation policies" and embedded in the 11th annual HSE International Academic Conference, hosted by the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
The conclusions of this event are now presented in a 12 page brochure, which can be downloaded from the right hand sidebar. It offers concrete recommendations on how to adress current and future challenges for S&T cooperation between the EU and Eatsern Europe/Central Asia and points out open questions that need further reflection.
The second S&T stakeholders´ conference on “Best Practices in Science, Technology and Innovation Policies” was held in Moscow on April 7th and 8th, 2010.
This conference addressed representatives of S&T policy makers as well as the scientific community in the European Union, Associated Countries (AC), Eastern European and Central Asian (EECA) countries.
This Stakeholders´ Conference was embedded as dedicated session in the 11th International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. This international conference (organized by HSE, with the participation of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund) was devoted to "Economic Modernization: markets, firms, and structural changes" and "Preserving the Nation: demographic, socioeconomic, and political context".
The 2nd Stakeholders Conference objectives were:
Issues for discussion were:
Representatives of national ministries, agencies and institutions from EU Member States, AC and EECA countries as well as from the European Commission responsible for development and execution of S&T and innovation policy were invited to actively contribute to a discussion on a shared vision for enhanced EU-EECA S&T cooperation.
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