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ERAWATCH Country Reports 2011: Israel


  • Yaacov Fisher
  • Michael Eilan


The main objective of the ERAWATCH Annual Country Reports is to characterise and assess the performance of national research systems and related policies in a structured manner that is comparable across countries. The 2011 country reports assess the evolution on the national R&D investments targets, the efficiency and effectiveness of national policies and investments into R&D, the articulation between education, research and innovation, with an increased focus on the last two in terms of their wider governance and policy mix. The reports for EU MS and AS integrates in the assessment the evolution of the national policy mixes in the perspective of the Europe 2020 Strategy goals and on the realisation and better governance of ERA.

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  • Yaacov Fisher & Michael Eilan, 2012. "ERAWATCH Country Reports 2011: Israel," JRC Working Papers JRC77764, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
  • Handle: RePEc:ipt:iptwpa:jrc77764

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    1. Slavo Radosevic, 2011. "Challenges of Converging Innovation Policies in a Multi-Tier Europe: A Neo-Schumpeterian Perspective," Chapters,in: Challenges for European Innovation Policy, chapter 2 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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