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Stairway to Excellence. Country Report: Czech Republic

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  • Pavla Žížalová

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In the frame of the Stairway to Excellence project, complex country analysis was performed for the EU MS that joined the EU since 2004, with the objective to assess and corroborate all the qualitative and quantitative data in drawing national/regional FP7 participation patterns, understand the push–pull factors for FP7/H2020 participation and the factors affecting the capacity to absorb cohesion policy funds. This report articulates analysis on selected aspects and country-tailored policy suggestions aiming to tackle the weaknesses identified in the analysis. The report complements the complex qualitative/ quantitative analysis performed by the IPTS/KfG/S2E team. In order to avoid duplication and cover all the elements required for a sound analysis, the report builds on analytical framework developed by IPTS.

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  • Pavla Žížalová, 2015. "Stairway to Excellence. Country Report: Czech Republic," JRC Working Papers JRC97217, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
  • Handle: RePEc:ipt:iptwpa:jrc97217
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