The European Strategic Program for Research in Information Technologie (ESPRIT): An Ex-Post Analysis
AbstractThe European Strategic Program for Research in Information Technologies (ESPRIT) is by far the largest of the Research and Technological Development (RTD) Programs established by the European Commission. It is scheduled to last 15 years and has involved over 9000 organizations of various type throughout Europe. Using data contained in several Community RTD Information Service (CORDIS) databases, we evaluate some important aspectes of the structure, conduct, and performance of the program.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Columbia - Graduate School of Business in its series Papers with number 96-09.
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