InRoad Final Report: Main findings and recommendations.
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Europe benefits from a very rich and diverse Research Infrastructure (RI) landscape. This landscape is spread over the 28 Member States of the European Union and a series of countries associated to the European framework programmes for research and innovation. Investigating this landscape, from the regional to the European level, is a fascinating endeavour. The diversity of existing practices for deciding which RIs to fund, how to fund them and how to run them can of course threaten the efficiency and the sustainability of the landscape. After spending two years in the context of InRoad looking into the details of these practices, I was surprised how dynamic this environment is, with a constant evolution of practices and models, but also how little was known or shared about national processes. Naturally, InRoad has not limited itself to looking and describing national RI funding and decision- making processes. The project has also put forward a series of recommendations and .....
PublisherSwiss National Science Foundation for InRoad Project,
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationInRoad Project (2018) InRoad Final Report: main findings and recommendations. Bern, Switzerland, Swiss National Science Foundation for InRoad Project, 149pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1782