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... follow as well as the possibilities for technical assistance from JRC. This year in April, national smart specialisation teams from WBC could for instance participate in a training event organised under the auspices of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC). The teams from Serbia and Montenegro were trained on how to pursue the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process (EDP) critical for the smart specialisation process. In September 2018, the SMARTEIZ project is organizing a conference titled: “Smart Specialization Strategies: Contemporary Challenges of its Design and Implementation”. To assess relative performance and potentials, a comparative analysis of the entire ...
... Economy, said that cooperation between science and economy was the foundation of economic development based on knowledge and innovations. According to Nikolić, the Strategy helps to encourage structural changes, place new products and services and acquire new skills, as has been recognized by the industrial policy of the Government of Montenegro, which has identified this concept as an opportunity to increase the number of jobs and the country’s competitiveness. One of the key partners in the development of the Smart Specialization Strategy is the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro, with which the Ministry of Science has very good cooperation, as ...
... there are other barriers in the way which could also hold back accession. Nevertheless, while the 2025 target represents a highly ambitious best-case scenario, it could serve as a powerful incentive for countries in the region to speed up their reform agendas. We do not completely rule out at least Montenegro and Serbia joining the bloc by 2025 or shortly thereafter. Direct Download wiiw Policy notes and Reports ...
... will be limited to: 20 with reimbursement (A) + 20 from the Serbia and/or neighboring countries which can reach this training school without reimbursement (B). For this second group, priority will be given to candidates from Serbia and from countries bordering Serbia: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania. These candidates may also apply to target group A as all other candidates and are eligible to receive reimbursement if selected within this group. With this partitioning in two groups we intend to enlarge the number of participants, but still allowing for active engagement by all participants and ...
... Project coordinator University of Kragujevac, SRB University of Novi Sad, SRB University of Belgrade, SRB Center for the Promotion of Science, SRB University of Liege, BEL Coventry University, UK University of Tirana, ALB University of Vlora "Ismail Qemali", ALB University of East Sarajevo, BIH University of Sarajevo, BIH University of Montenegro, MNE Polytechnic University of Turin, ITA     Re@WBC plans to improve institutional HR policies and practices through a series of bylaw changes that will prepare researchers for the labour market and society by facilitating their career development. Further, it will enhance their level of competences through a series ...
... 2018) and  that sees now first actions by its Steering Committee with decision-making role about all future scientific and political steps necessary for the implementation of the Institute. WBC-RTI.INFO took part in the Forum and had recently the pleasure of interviewing Ms. Sanja Damjanovic, Minister of Science of Montenegro.  The  conversation has ranged from the Minister’s brilliant scientific background to those measures for creating a proper environment for quality research in Montenegro, that have recently led to an incredible increase of the H2020 success rate and to a net positive return on investment as well.  ...
... 2018) and  that sees now first actions by its Steering Committee with decision-making role about all future scientific and political steps necessary for the implementation of the Institute. WBC-RTI.INFO took part in the Forum and had recently the pleasure of interviewing Ms. Sanja Damjanovic, Minister of Science of Montenegro.  The  conversation has ranged from the Minister’s brilliant scientific background to those measures for creating a proper environment for quality research in Montenegro, that have recently led to an incredible increase of the H2020 success rate and to a net positive return on investment as well.  ...
... smart specialisation strategies. The economies have presented their policy initiatives on smart specialisation strategies and have highlighted their needs for expert support in the preparation of the smart specialisation strategies. The Directorate-General for Joint Research Centre (DG JRC) already supports the development of smart specialisation strategies in Serbia and Montenegro, while MB IPA support for the smart specialisation strategies will be available for all economies in the region already in the beginning of 2019. Therefore, the participants agreed that 2018 is a crucial preparatory year to prepare for the full use of the support in 2019, while the experiences of ...
... Advisory Services. It is also open to policy makers who are supporting the establishment of new TTO activities. Provisional details are below and the draft agenda can be found here. Dates: Monday, June 04, 2018 to Thursday, June 07, 2018. Location: The EU Information and Communication centre in Podgorica Montenegro Cost: No cost. This is a fully residential and supported action. Successful applicants will have their travel and hotel bills/ meals paid by the project. Application: Online only on this website (please do not try to apply by email) Number of places: 30 Eligibility: Eligible participants must come from one ...
... the EU goes back to the DNA of the European integration project, which is reconciliation and peace. Good neighbourly relations, coordination and cooperation within the region is an essential element of the reasons why we joined together in the Union." Highlighting the main findings of the Commission 2018 Report on Montenegro, Mogherini welcomed the encouraging progress achieved while looking forward to progress in areas such as rule of law and media freedom. Following the Commission recommendation for the Council to open accession negotiations with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, EU High Representative Federica Mogherini in Skopje recognised this as an ...
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