European Trend Chart Innovation


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EUROPEAN European Trend Chait^ COMMISSION ΟΧΠΗΙΙ Ι ΝΊ May -2000 Innovation' - -IB ß* m ι1' i1' ΓΆ I11 II I UBI II Rifl II ¿Ά Il Β IBI The 'Trend Chart' is a navigation tool in the , -y ; hands of policy-makers. e It capitalises on the diversity of innovation policy practice in Europe. A newsletter from the Innovation/SMEs Programme g? part of the Fifth Research Framework Programme i Innovation policy trends 2000 The results of the Trend Chart pilot phase will be published this summer in "Innovation Policy Report 2000", which will provide examples of good practice, and contact details. In the meantime, highlights of some of the major innovation policy trends are discussed here. New roles for Member States apply varying approaches between 1996 and 1998. Recent public innovation policy to improving business R&D according to measures tend to concentrate on national needs. Countries with weaker providing networking and matching business research performances tend to services (such as Business Angels) as In many Member States innovation adopt more general programmes, while well as on developing human resources policy has a new 'horizontal' role - it has those with relatively strong business R&D and management competence within become the interface between traditional often implement more focused measures. start-ups themselves, and informing policy areas such as economic, industrial Tax deduction schemes are already finance providers.



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