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List of publications presented at SmartEIZ Training Workshops

At the sixth Training Workshop which was held in Zagreb in November 2017 the following researchers presented the following papers: Stjepan Srhoj and Bruno Škrinjarić, “Bidding against the odds? The impact evaluation of grants for new firms during the recession”. Stjepan Srhoj, “Getting ready for EU Single Market – the impact of development grants on…

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Survey on Clusters of Competitiveness in Croatia

Dr Ivan-Damir Anić and Dr Zoran Aralica from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb and Dr Katarina Bačić prepared a report on survey on clusters of competitiveness in Croatia. Key messages of the report are: There is general consensus among respondents that progress/performance of CCCs is not strongly visible, and that CCCs underperformed compared to expectations.…

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How to select and develop Key Enabling Technologies and policies to advance manufacturing in Croatia? Localising roles for innovation researchers and policy makers

Dr René Wintjes from UNU-MERIT and Dr Zoran Aralica from the Institute of Economics, Zagreb prepared a policy brief on how to select and develop Key Enabling Technologies and policies to advance manufacturing in Croatia. The key messages of the policy brief are: Key Enabling Technologies as defined by the European Commission include: photonics, nanotechnology,…

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Importance of publishing in SmartEIZ

According to Description of Action – Part A, the Institute of Economics, Zagreb should provide information about publication in high impact journals in the relevant research field. Journal papers published in the field of Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology (EMIT) are considered to be relevant for the project and its researchers. This task…

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List of publications in the field of EMIT (2013 – 2015)

According to the Description of Action – Part A, the Institute of Economics, Zagreb should provide information about publication in high impact journals in the relevant research field. Journal papers published in the field of Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology (EMIT) are considered relevant. This task is tightly connected with Expected Impact 1…

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