Organisation: European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Title: Eye@RIS3 tool

Description

RIS3 is a process, at the end of which regional/national strategies should identify activities, in which an investment of resources is likely to stimulate knowledge-driven growth. The Eye@RIS3 is an online database, intended as a tool to help strategy development rather than a source of statistical data. Regions are requested to introduce/update input in the database, which will produce a realistic map of the process of RIS3 development. The database provides you with information on the envisioned priorities of other regions. The purpose of the database is to give an overview of regions' priorities in order to enable others to position themselves, to find their unique niches and to seek out potential partners for collaboration. Data on envisaged priorities come from RIS3 strategies, peer review workshops and expert assessment reports that has been added to the database by the S3 Platform; as well as contributions from regions that have uploaded their envisaged priorities.

Contributors
Jens Sorvik jens.sorvik@ec.europa.eu
Alexander Kleibrink alexander.kleibrink@ec.europa.eu
Ales Gnamus ales.gnamus@ec.europa.eu
How to cite
Sorvik, Jens; Kleibrink, Alexander; Gnamus, Ales (2016):  Eye@RIS3 tool. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-s3p-eye-ris3
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Related resources

Data access

Publications

  • publication Mapping Innovation Priorities and Specialisation Patterns in EuropĂ©
Additional information
Last modified 2016-10-18
Issue date 2016-10-18
Landing page http://s3platform.jrc.ec.europa.eu/eye-ris3
Geographic area European Union
Update frequency irregular
Language English
Data theme(s) Economy and finance; Science and technology
EuroVoc domain(s) 16 ECONOMICS; 64 PRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH
Identifier http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-s3p-eye-ris3

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