Foresight in the Joint Programming

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In this presentation, we discuss key issues in harnessing horizon scanning for the shaping of systemic policies, particularly in the light of the foresight exercise “Facing the Future: Time for the EU to Meet Global Challenges” which was carried out for the Bureau of European Policy Advisors. This exercise illustrates how horizon scanning can enable collective sense-making processes which assist in the identification of emerging signals and policy issues; the synthesis of such issues into encompassing clusters; and the interpretation of resulting clusters as an important step towards the coordinated development of joint policy measures. In order to achieve such objectives, horizon scanning can benefit from methods of multi-criteria decision making and network analysis for prioritizing, clustering and combining issues. Furthermore, these methods provide support for traceability, which in turn contributes to the enhanced transparency and legitimacy of foresight.

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  • Joint Programming in Research European Research Area Different communities, different priorities Framework Conditions for Joint Programming Foresight for identification of emerging issues and development of Strategic Research Agenda
  • Identify Grand challenges Define and justify JPI proposal -vision -funding -governance 1.1. Identify specific Themes within defined Areas 1.2 Prioritise and select Themes within these Areas 1.3 Develop a common evidence-based vision on selected Themes Stage 2 The Council Conclusions on Joint Programming of 2 December 2008 also encouraged Member States, with the support of the Commission, to consider how best to find common approaches to a number of issues, usually referred to as “Framework Conditions”, thought to be essential for an effective development and implementation of Joint Programming in Research:   Peer Review Procedures Foresight Activities Evaluation of Joint Programmes Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Our methodological framework is used to evaluate the design, management and impacts of recent foresight exercises related to ERA-NETs, Technology Platforms and other forms of transnational collaboration.
  • Our methodological framework is used to evaluate the design, management and impacts of recent foresight exercises related to ERA-NETs, Technology Platforms and other forms of transnational collaboration.
  • Our methodological framework is used to evaluate the design, management and impacts of recent foresight exercises related to ERA-NETs, Technology Platforms and other forms of transnational collaboration.
  • Our methodological framework is used to evaluate the design, management and impacts of recent foresight exercises related to ERA-NETs, Technology Platforms and other forms of transnational collaboration.
  • Our methodological framework is used to evaluate the design, management and impacts of recent foresight exercises related to ERA-NETs, Technology Platforms and other forms of transnational collaboration.
  • Peer Review Procedures  Foresight Activities  Evaluation of Joint Programmes  Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities  Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings  Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Peer Review Procedures  Foresight Activities  Evaluation of Joint Programmes  Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities  Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings  Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Peer Review Procedures  Foresight Activities  Evaluation of Joint Programmes  Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities  Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings  Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Identify Grand challenges Define and justify JPI proposal -vision -funding -governance 1.1. Identify specific Themes within defined Areas 1.2 Prioritise and select Themes within these Areas 1.3 Develop a common evidence-based vision on selected Themes Stage 2 The Council Conclusions on Joint Programming of 2 December 2008 also encouraged Member States, with the support of the Commission, to consider how best to find common approaches to a number of issues, usually referred to as “Framework Conditions”, thought to be essential for an effective development and implementation of Joint Programming in Research:   Peer Review Procedures Foresight Activities Evaluation of Joint Programmes Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Peer Review Procedures  Foresight Activities  Evaluation of Joint Programmes  Funding of Cross-border Research by National or Regional Authorities  Optimum Dissemination and Use of Research Findings  Protection, Management and Sharing of Intellectual Property Rights
  • Foresight in the Joint Programming

    1. 1. The 4th International Seville Conference on Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA) 12 & 13 May 2011 Embedding Foresight in the Joint Programming in Research Könnölä, Totti*, Haegeman, Karel**, Guy, Ken** *Impetu Solutions, Madrid, Spain totti.konnola@impetusolutions.com **European Commission, JRC-IPTS, Seville, Spain [email_address] [email_address]
    2. 2. JPI priorities: science vs politics Politics Science (Ref. Christian SEISER, Oct. 2010)
    3. 3. (Ref. ESF)
    4. 4. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Foresight in Transnational Agenda Setting - Cases Design, management and impacts <ul><li>Urban Europe JPI </li></ul><ul><li>EMIDA-ERANET: Foresight and Programming Unit </li></ul><ul><li>Facing the Future (JRC-IPTS & BEPA) </li></ul><ul><li>WoodWisdom-net </li></ul><ul><li>Forest-Based Sector Technology Platform </li></ul>
    5. 5. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Case: Urban Europe JPI – phases: Pre-foresight phase Foresight phase Analysis of gaps in existing foresights Identification of Urban Europe foresight topics Scenario development Desirable futures and pathways Specific needs and opportunities, risks and key decision points Options Portfolios of options for addressing future challenges Priority setting and programming Based on: Urban Europe JPI – Report for EC assessment – April 2011 Link: http://www.era.gv.at/attach/Urban-Report_ECassessment_201104_FINAL.pdf
    6. 6. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Case: Urban Europe JPI – foresight pre-phase [Sub-header]
    7. 7. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Case: Each board member responsible of 1 WP
    8. 8. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Case: EMIDA-ERANET: Foresight and Programming Unit Source: Foresight & Programming Unit, Terms of Reference (long term) – 16 April 2009 Link: http://www.emida-era.net/upload/pdf/WP4%20deliverable%204%201%20framework%20FPU%20incl%20ToR%20final%2016042009.pdf Review report: http://www.emida-era.net/upload/pdf/Report_FPU_Foresight_reviews_final_v11_050809.pdf Delphi report: http://www.emida-era.net/upload/pdf/EMIDA_Delphi_REPORT_Final.pdf
    9. 9. http://foresight.jrc.ec.europa.eu/bepa.html
    10. 10. http://www.woodwisdom.tkk.fi/
    11. 11. http://www.sra.tkk.fi/
    12. 12. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Lessons Learned on Foresight Design
    13. 13. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Foresight embedded in JP
    14. 14. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Foresight embedded in JP
    15. 15. (Ref. ESF)
    16. 16. EMBEDDING FORESIGHT IN THE JOINT PROGRAMMING Foresight embedded in JP
    17. 17. Facing the Future Thank you for your attention! Totti Könnölä: [email_address] Karel Haegeman: Karel-Herman.HAEGEMAN@ec.europa.eu Ken Guy: [email_address]

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