Best practices and common trends of national research infrastructure roadmapping procedures, Monitoring and Evaluation mechanisms including recommendations [report]

Gerd Ruecker, Daniel Geyer, Claudia Ritter (DLR), Authors Of Finnish And Dutch Case Studies, Cross-Country Analysis (5.2, 5.3) Isabel Bolliger (UNIL), Alexandra Griffiths (SNSF), Authors Of Swedish And Czech Case Studies, Cross-Country Analysis (5.1, 5.4, 5.5) Joaquin Guinea (Innovatec), Author Of Desk Study On Evaluation And Monitoring, Cross-Country Analysis (5.6, 5.7)
2018 Zenodo  
The InRoad Consultation Report and InRoad Compendium provide an overview of national RI roadmapping processes. The data collected revealed a great diversity of purposes and scopes of national RI roadmapping processes in Europe. These differences are the result of the specificities of each national context and Research and Innovation (R&I) system, as well as the varying intentions behind the introduction of national RI roadmapping processes. Considering the diversity of national RI roadmapping
more » ... ocesses in Europe and the fact that they respond to the specific characteristics and needs of national R&I systems, one-size-fitsall solutions are not possible. Thus, the following D3.4 report puts forward an analysis of trends, a series of key elements to be included in national RI roadmapping processes and recommendations to align RI policies with national strategic priorities and funding plans, in order to successfully implement the national R&I strategy, support a predictable environment for future investments and achieve a greater societal impact. This report is supported by the Inroad Deliverable D3.3 on ´Good practices and common trends of national research infrastructure roadmapping procedures and evaluation mechanisms´.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2349868 fatcat:2yql4t6o3vfnnhamjmkk37b2qa