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News: Lords Sub-Committee Inquiry into the Effectiveness of EU Research and Innovation Proposals - Call for evidence

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Lords Sub-Committee Inquiry into the Effectiveness of EU Research and Innovation Proposals - Call for evidence  

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Lords Sub-Committee Inquiry into the Effectiveness of EU Research and Innovation Proposals - Call for evidence  

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The Committee is interested in contributions from those working in research and innovation in sectors where those disciplines play a particularly vital role, such as medicine. The Committee is seeking evidence on the following:

•  What are the essential elements of an effective proposal relating to research and innovation?

•  In terms of informing public policy and generating economic growth, does the EU use the outputs of research and innovation effectively in comparison with other countries, for example, USA, Australia, Singapore, etc?

•  Has the EU been successful in engaging private sector support for projects with a strong research and innovation dimension and are there ways for this to be improved?

•  Do the EU and its institutions provide sufficient information about the monitoring and evaluation of their projects and strategies?

•  Are stakeholders at all levels properly consulted in the development of EU proposals on research and innovation and are concerns properly taken into consideration?

•  Are the EU-facilitated Member State cooperation groups, associations, networks and councils effective or could they be improved or altered?

The deadline for submitting written evidence is Monday 11 February 2013.

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House of Lords EU Sub-Committee inquiry - Effectiveness of EU research and innovation proposals 

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24/01/2013 

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11/02/2013 

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