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iMeeting: presentación de Antonio García Gómez, DG REGIO. Comisión Europea

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Las Estrategias Regionales de Investigación e Innovación para la Especialización Inteligente.

Las Estrategias Regionales de Investigación e Innovación para la Especialización Inteligente.

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  • Currently 58 such contracts are either on-going, in the process of being launched or have been terminated already. 41 experts provide the expertise for 14 national and 36 regional strategies in a total of 17 MS.
  • New Youth employment initiativeEUR 6 billionAvailable to all regions in EU-28 with levels of youth unemployment > 25 % (2012 data)EUR 3 bn from targeted investments from the ESF+ EUR 3 bn of match funding from a dedicated YEI budget lineMaximum EU co-financing rate80-85 % in less developed and outermost regions;60-80 % in new category of transition region;50 % in more developed regions. Enhanced financial engineering provisions
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    • 1. Antonio García Gómez European Commission, DG REGIO R&I Programme Manager - EU policies – Spain Unit Senior expert for matrix interaction with Competence Centre for Smart and Sustainable Growth
    • 2. "One-size-fits-all" impossible! Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2012 http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/innovation/policy/regional-innovation/index_en.htm
    • 3. Cohesion Policy funding for R&I 2007-2013 Cohesion Policy innovation support over total aid:  4% in 89’-93’  7% in 94’-99’  11% in 00’-06’  25% in 07’-13’
    • 4. Cohesion Policy 2007-2013: Issues: ►Lack of institutional coordination between levels of government and across departments ► Strategies without external perspective – duplication ► Lack of critical mass ► Measures mainly for R&I and capacity building, but not for new forms of innovation ► Focus on fashionable themes / prestige projects €86 billion for innovation: - RTD incl infrastructures - Entrepreneurship - ICT development & up-take - human capital ► Focus on existing industries and not on emerging sectors and services See: Regional Innovation Monitor www.rim-europa.eu
    • 5. Ex ante Thematic Conditionality 1 Thematic Objectives 1. Strengthening research, technological and innovation (R&D target) (referred to in Article 9(1)) Ex ante conditionality 1.1. Research and Innovation: The existence of a national or regional smart specialisation strategy in line with the National Reform Programme, to leverage private research and innovation expenditure, which complies with the features of well-performing national or regional research and innovation system Criteria for fulfilment 1) A national or regional smart specialisation strategy is in place that: –is based on a SWOT or similar analysis to concentrate resources on a limited set of research and innovation priorities; –outline measures to stimulate private RTD investment; –contains a monitoring mechanism. – A framework outlining available budgetary resources for research and innovation has been adopted. 2) An indicative multi-annual plan for budgeting and prioritization of investments linked to EU priorities, and where appropriate, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures – ESFRI has been adopted.
    • 6. Thematic guides  Incubators  Universities & regional development  Broadband  Service innovation  Creative industries  Green growth  Entrepreneurial mind-set  Social innovation Soon available: ► Clusters ► Public procurement for innovation ► Synergies Horizon2020, COSME – CSF funds ► SME innovation ► Technology Parks Inspiration for innovation support: • Review of regional innovation (OECD) https://community.oecd.org/community/smartspecialisation • State Aid framework for Research and Innovation • Analysis of regional innovation http://www.rim-europa.eu • EURADA • Directory of "No-Nonsense" Activities to Build S³-minded Regions; http://www.insme.org/files/3019 7
    • 7. Assessment Grid Criteria fulfilled? Criteria for fulfilment YES/NO A national or regional research and innovation strategy for smart specialisation is in place… The relevant operational programme contains a reference to the name of the framework and indicates where it of its different elements are published (in a form of a link) … that: – is based on a SWOT or similar analysis to concentrate resources on a limited set of research and innovation priorities:  there is evidence that a SWOT or a similar analysis has been conducted in order to establish priorities for investment;  there is a description of the methodology used for the analysis;  There is a description of the prioritization/elimination process, including the involvement of stakeholders, and of its results. Outlines measures to stimulate private RTD investment: –  There is a description of the policy-mix planned to be used for the implementation of smart specialisation and indication which programme/instrument will be used for their funding;  There is an explanation on how these measures are tailored to the needs of enterprises, in particular SMEs (e.g. description of the “entrepreneurial discovery process” used for the strategy developments) and other private R&I investors and/or which other measures are undertaken to incentivise private research and innovation investments. Elements of non-fulfilment
    • 8. Assessment Grid Criteria fulfilled? Criteria for fulfilment YES/NO A national or regional research and innovation strategy for smart specialisation is in place… The relevant operational programme contains a reference to the name of the framework and indicates where it of its different elements are published (in a form of a link) … that: – Contains a monitoring mechanism:  There is a description of the methodology, including the chosen indicators, and governance structure of the monitoring mechanism.  There is a description of how the follow-up to the findings of the monitoring will be ensured. A framework outlining available budgetary resources for research and innovation has been adopted. The relevant operational programme contains a reference to the name of the framework and indicates where it is published (in a form of a link) A framework outlining available budgetary resources for research and innovation has been adopted, indicating various sources of finance (and indicative amounts) (EU, national and other sources as appropriate). Elements of non-fulfilment
    • 9. Thematic concentration of the ERDF Research and Innovation Energy efficiency and renewable energy + ICT access and use SMEs competitiveness Transition regions: 60 % concentration (incl. 15%- 20% for energy/renewables) 60% 20% Developed regions and transition regions 20-22% 6% 10-12% 44% Less developed regions
    • 10. Investment Priority* 1 for the ERDF Result of trilogue between EP, Council and Commission: 1. strengthening research, technological development and innovation through: (a) enhancing research and innovation (R&I) infrastructure and capacities to develop R&I excellence and promoting centres of competence, in particular those of European interest; (b) promoting business investment in innovation and research, and developing links and synergies between enterprises, R&D centres and higher education, in particular product and service development, technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, public service applications, demand stimulation, networking, clusters and open innovation through smart specialisation and supporting technological and applied research, pilot lines, early product validation actions, advanced manufacturing capabilities and first production, in particular in Key Enabling Technologies and diffusion of general purpose technologies *) other innovation-related IPs are for ICT take-up, SME competitiveness, entrepreneurship and other skills, etc.. Also the ESF, EAFRD and EMFF plan to invest in innovation.
    • 11. Thank you! Any questions ? 12