Search


Sort ascending
This is a full text search. If you want to search for e.g. events in a specific country please use our database search.
Example: Search past events in Albania.
Items per Page: 10, 20, 50

total items: 1814

< Previous Page  1  2  ..   178  179  180  181  182 Next Page >
32% Book Announcements (summer 06) News 18. Aug. 2006
... Forschung’ (GFF) published a book on 'Research and Development in South East Europe' – based on a collaborative research project which pursued the objectives to identify strengths and weaknesses in the R&D structure of national innovation systems in South East Europe (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia including Kosovo/UNMIK and Romania) and to link the information to the Austrian innovation system and its current activities towards the region.Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Forschung (ed.): Research and Development in South East Europe. Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, Wien/Graz, 2006. ISBN: 3-7083-0377-6 Copies of this book can ...
Medical Research Initiative South Eastern EuropeA project recently launched by six partners from Austria, Croatia, Italy, Serbia-Montenegro and Slovenia is designed to contribute to the dialogue on medical research on the level of individual researchers and projects: The EU-FP6-funded 'Medical Research Initiative South Eastern Europe' (MedResIn SEE) sets out to strengthen cooperation in biomedical research in Central and South Eastern Europe. Specifically, it aims at setting up a sustainable ...
The Norwegian Cooperation Programme with the Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia and Serbia-Montenegro) in Research and Higher Education. Norway and the Western Balkan countries have been cooperating in the fields of research and higher education since the year 2000. The programmes are managed by the Research Council of Norway and the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education (SIU), which has signed an agreement with the ...
In the report compiled by the National Competitiveness Council the Croatia’s competitiveness status as of 2004 is compared with that of other 10 countries (Italy, Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia and Montenegro). The document points out a set of areas in which Croatia lags behind and identifies a bunch of elements in which the changes for better have been noted. The Report suggests Croatia to work urgently in three main directions as follows: The structural reforms related to the transition process and ...
The report drawn up by the Commission of the European Communities contains the review of the political and economic situation in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as of 2004 and recommends the measures and actions to be taken to enable the country to shift progressively its focus from the phase of stabilisation to that of association. Constrained by a difficult budgetary and economic situation, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has made steps to progress in Stabilisation and ...
The paper prepared by Prof. Duro Kutlača contains the key points with respect to the Republic of Serbia prepared for the discussion on “Research, Technology and Regional Policy in an Enlarging Europe” took place 27 April 2006 in Graz.The document covers the issues as follows:* Role and importance of research and technology in Serbia and the basic economy indicators presented in the form of the tables of statistical data on the population, structure and employment of the country and its ...
The report prepared by the specialists of the Interuniversity Center Dubrovnik offers the hypothesis of the future, which the South-East European (SEE) countries face in terms of their research and development (R&D) situation, by comparative analysis of Croatia with other SEE countries.Throughout history SEE has been the boarder among civilizations and periphery of Europe. Presently some countries in SEE are member states of the EU, some are candidates and some are in transition. This area ...
The report presents assessment of the science and technology (S&T) status as of December 2004 of five Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia & Montenegro.The author highlights the fact that the objectives posed by EU on its way to the knowledge-based economy are fully relevant to the Western Balkan countries and their aspiration to become EU members in the future implies their adoption of the objectives acknowledged as the priority by the current EU ...
The report provides a general overview of Croatia as a new candidate of EU Accession within the framework of the current status of scientific and technological development. The document contains the general information of the country, national economy and economic indicators as of 2003 as well as the history of the EU-Croatia relations.Substantial part of the report is dedicated to the science and technology (S&T) policy as far as its framework, role and objectives, indicators, coordination and ...
In the paper the issues with regard to application of the European regional policy to the Western Balkan countries are discussed. The paper offers analysis of possible ways and means of the policy in question. As the Western Balkan states face other threats and opportunities than those existed several years ago, the European policy instruments shall be adapted to meet the new challenges associated with the Western Balkans' economic and social cohesion into EU. So, the EU in cooperation with the ...
Items per Page: 10, 20, 50

total items: 1814

< Previous Page  1  2  ..   178  179  180  181  182 Next Page >