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"Muu" projekt V16011
V16011 "An Initiative on Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region (19.02.2016−30.10.2016)", Gunnar Prause, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Majandusteaduskond, Ärikorralduse instituut, Äriuuringute ja -arenduskeskus.
V16011
An Initiative on Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region
An Initiative on Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region
Creative Ports
19.02.2016
30.10.2016
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ValdkondAlamvaldkondCERCS erialaFrascati Manual’i erialaProtsent
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.12. MajandusteadusS195 Arengualane koostöö 5.2 Majandusteadus ja ärindus100,0
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Liit
PerioodSumma
19.02.2016−30.10.20168 433,70 EUR
8 433,70 EUR
EL Interreg

The Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) represent a leading opportunity area of the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). With strong emphasis on innovation it has a significant ability to solve problems through utilization of creative working methods. This potential needs to be strengthened to create a spillover effect into other sectors. Pursuant to the EU Innovation Union Scoreboard 2015 however there is an unbalanced development within the BSR. Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Germany are categorized as Innovation leaders, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland are seen as Moderate Innovators respectively. CREATIVE PORTS aims at establishing the institutionalized macro-regional space for non-technological innovation in the entire BSR, facilitated by increased business sophistication of the CCI actors and their interactions with the policy-making level. The change achieved by the project will benefit the Region by increasing number of highly needed innovations making the Region more competitive.
The Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) represent a leading opportunity area of the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). With strong emphasis on innovation it has a significant ability to solve problems through utilization of creative working methods. This potential needs to be strengthened to create a spillover effect into other sectors. Pursuant to the EU Innovation Union Scoreboard 2015 however there is an unbalanced development within the BSR. Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Germany are categorized as Innovation leaders, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland are seen as Moderate Innovators respectively. CREATIVE PORTS aims at establishing the institutionalized macro-regional space for non-technological innovation in the entire BSR, facilitated by increased business sophistication of the CCI actors and their interactions with the policy-making level. The change achieved by the project will benefit the Region by increasing number of highly needed innovations making the Region more competitive.
TegevusProtsent
Rakendusuuring100,0
AsutusRollRiikTüüpKommentaar
Council of the Baltic Sea States
Gdansk Entrepreneurship Foundation
Goethe-Institut
Heinrich Böll Stiftung Schleswig-Holstein
Swedish Institute