Towards Integration or Fragmentation?
Edited by Henri Delanghe, Ugur Muldur and Luc Soete
This innovative book focuses on the most important concept underpinning current European Union research policy. It describes the history and concept of the European Research Area (ERA), analyses some of the underlying assumptions, assesses some of its achievements, and takes a brief look at its future.
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- European Science and Technology Policy Towards Integration or Fragmentation?
- Abbreviations and acronyms
- Chapter 1: Post-war Research, Education and Innovation Policy-making in Europe
- Chapter 2: Intergovernmental Cooperation in the Making of European Research
- Chapter 3: A European Research Area Built by the Member States?
- Chapter 4: The ‘European Research Area’ Idea in the History of Community Policy-making
- Chapter 5: Analysing Community Policies
- Chapter 6: From the Lisbon Agenda to the Lisbon Treaty: National Research Systems in the Context of European Integration and Globalization
- Chapter 7: The Returns to Public Research Funding
- Chapter 8: Scale and Scope in Research
- Chapter 9: ERA and the Role of Networks
- Chapter 10: Transnational Collaboration in Public Research Funding and Publicly Supported Research in Europe
- Chapter 11: The EU R & D Under-investment: Patterns in R & D Expenditure and Financing
- Chapter 12: Does the ‘European Paradox’ Still Hold? Did it Ever?
- Chapter 13: The European Research Area and Human Resources in Science and Technology
- Chapter 14: Performance of European Science: Research Networks and Profiles of EU Countries in a Global Perspective
- Chapter 15: The Levelling Off of the Integration of European Technology
- Chapter 16: The European Research Area as Industrial Policy Tool
- Chapter 17: The Future of the European Research Area
- Conclusion and Perspectives
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