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Monitoring Tools for Smart Specalisation Strategies. Conceptual Framework of Indicators to Measure Smart Specialisation

Shapovalov, Oleksandr LU (2016) EKHM51 20161
Department of Economic History
Abstract
Smart specialisation (S3) policy framework, while presuming limited policy involvement during the first phases of implementation, requires higher regional management control over the processes of adaptation and monitoring. It brings up requirements for integrated methods towards monitoring and evaluation to make sure continuity and flexibility of the RIS policy framework. Introduction of monitoring mechanisms is one of the most important challenges to further conceptualization of smart specialisation, as well as to assess its applicability across different regions. The current research analyzes introduced monitoring mechanisms in 3 case regions, evaluates their capabilities in capturing regional change, take into account regional context,... (More)
Smart specialisation (S3) policy framework, while presuming limited policy involvement during the first phases of implementation, requires higher regional management control over the processes of adaptation and monitoring. It brings up requirements for integrated methods towards monitoring and evaluation to make sure continuity and flexibility of the RIS policy framework. Introduction of monitoring mechanisms is one of the most important challenges to further conceptualization of smart specialisation, as well as to assess its applicability across different regions. The current research analyzes introduced monitoring mechanisms in 3 case regions, evaluates their capabilities in capturing regional change, take into account regional context, and aims at providing policy recommendations on development of monitoring tools and approaches to measure regional change within smart specialisation context. (Less)
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author
Shapovalov, Oleksandr LU
supervisor
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alternative title
Monitoring Tools for Smart Specalisation Strategies
course
EKHM51 20161
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Smart specialisation, territorial cohesion, RIS3, monitoring tools
language
English
additional info
1st Year Independent Research Project
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8888846
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2016-08-25 12:42:43
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2016-08-25 12:42:43
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  abstract     = {Smart specialisation (S3) policy framework, while presuming limited policy involvement during the first phases of implementation, requires higher regional management control over the processes of adaptation and monitoring. It brings up requirements for integrated methods towards monitoring and evaluation to make sure continuity and flexibility of the RIS policy framework. Introduction of monitoring mechanisms is one of the most important challenges to further conceptualization of smart specialisation, as well as to assess its applicability across different regions. The current research analyzes introduced monitoring mechanisms in 3 case regions, evaluates their capabilities in capturing regional change, take into account regional context, and aims at providing policy recommendations on development of monitoring tools and approaches to measure regional change within smart specialisation context.},
  author       = {Shapovalov, Oleksandr},
  keyword      = {Smart specialisation,territorial cohesion,RIS3,monitoring tools},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Monitoring Tools for Smart Specalisation Strategies. Conceptual Framework of Indicators to Measure Smart Specialisation},
  year         = {2016},
}