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"Muu" projekt MMJJV11151R
MMJJV11151R "SEARCH - Sharing Knowledge Assets: InteRegionally Cohesive Neighborhoods (1.09.2011−31.08.2014)", Maaja Vadi, Tartu Ülikool, Tartu Ülikool, Majandusteaduskond.
MMJJV11151R
SEARCH - Sharing Knowledge Assets: InteRegionally Cohesive Neighborhoods
SEARCH - Sharing Knowledge Assets: InteRegionally Cohesive Neighborhoods
1.09.2011
31.08.2014
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.12. MajandusteadusS180 Majandus, ökonomeetrika, majandusteooria, majanduslikud süsteemid, majanduspoliitika5.2 Majandusteadus ja ärindus100,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tartu Ülikoolpartner01.09.2011−31.08.2014
Tartu Ülikool, Majandusteaduskondpartner01.09.2011−31.08.2014
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon
PerioodSumma
01.09.2011−31.08.201448 960,00 EUR
48 960,00 EUR
7.raamprogramm

The EU has experienced successive enlargements in recent years with the incorporation of new countries. These have changed the EU map, broadening trontiers an thus appearing new neighbouring countries. The integration of them offers new opportunities but also implies some risks. Even though the ENP has demonstrated to be an integration tool, which has provided an effective and clear framework to establish cooperation links within neighbouring countries, some are important areas with considerable potential for further progress. SEARCH will focus attention on some areas which so far have been neglected in the analysis of the impact of the ENP but which are of central interest in the economic literature on cohesion. Divided in 8 WPs. WP 1 will obtain a background framework. From WP 2 to WP 5, scientific research will be carried out analysing different aspects that ENP should strengthen in the future. WP 6 will collect and analyse the policy implications from previous research. WP 7 will communicate the research results and the policy recommendations through the correct communication channels to the potential users. WP 8 will ensure the coordination of the SEARCH project consortium work with the previous experience of UB-AQR. It includes a remarkable well-balanced consortium with partners from 16 different countries, different backgrounds and expertise, giving an extensive vision to focus adequately to the project's objective of identifying policies that will strengthen the relationship between the EU and the NCs. Main impacts will be the advance on the research on ENP state of the art, obtaining relevant results for contributing to the formulation of future ENP, the involvement of relevant communities, stakeholders and practitioners in ENP research, the critical mass of resources involved and the establishment of a basis to develop new strategic partnership among EU and NCs. In short, SEARCH is a well defined project,, relevant to the topic and with an experienced consortium.
The EU has experienced successive enlargements in recent years with the incorporation of new countries. These have changed the EU map, broadening trontiers an thus appearing new neighbouring countries. The integration of them offers new opportunities but also implies some risks. Even though the ENP has demonstrated to be an integration tool, which has provided an effective and clear framework to establish cooperation links within neighbouring countries, some are important areas with considerable potential for further progress. SEARCH will focus attention on some areas which so far have been neglected in the analysis of the impact of the ENP but which are of central interest in the economic literature on cohesion. Divided in 8 WPs. WP 1 will obtain a background framework. From WP 2 to WP 5, scientific research will be carried out analysing different aspects that ENP should strengthen in the future. WP 6 will collect and analyse the policy implications from previous research. WP 7 will communicate the research results and the policy recommendations through the correct communication channels to the potential users. WP 8 will ensure the coordination of the SEARCH project consortium work with the previous experience of UB-AQR. It includes a remarkable well-balanced consortium with partners from 16 different countries, different backgrounds and expertise, giving an extensive vision to focus adequately to the project's objective of identifying policies that will strengthen the relationship between the EU and the NCs. Main impacts will be the advance on the research on ENP state of the art, obtaining relevant results for contributing to the formulation of future ENP, the involvement of relevant communities, stakeholders and practitioners in ENP research, the critical mass of resources involved and the establishment of a basis to develop new strategic partnership among EU and NCs. In short, SEARCH is a well defined project,, relevant to the topic and with an experienced consortium.
KirjeldusProtsent
Alusuuring80,0
Rakendusuuring20,0