News archive - [Document Announcement] Fifth FP7 Monitoring Report

The Fifth FP7 Monitoring Report covers the implementation of the Framework Programme in the years 2007-2011. It is based on the FP7 Monitoring system, which was designed as an internal management tool using a core set of performance indicators.

This document provides a detailed analysis of FP7 participation patterns in 2011. 

For FP7, the number of Associated Countries is as high as never before, with 14, mainly European countries, currently associated, including all of the Western Balkan States. This makes FP7 a true Pan-European programme and strongly underpins the objective of building a wider ERA.
Candidate for Accession and Associated Countries constitute a heterogeneous group, which in 2011 accounted for around 8% of the total number of applicants and amount of requested EU financial contributions in retained proposals, with corresponding success rates of 21,3% and 19,1% respectively – which are similar to those of EU27 Member States (21,4% and 20,3%).

Source: EU Framework Programme Monitoring

Geographical focus
  • FP7
  • International; Other
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary

Entry created by Danaja Lorencic on September 24, 2012
Modified on October 5, 2012