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We share the same charitable aims and objectives as our Founder, the Regional Studies Association (RSA), to create and foster research, analysis and debate at a regional level. However, unlike the RSA which is a global association with an international membership, RSA Europe operates exclusively in a European context and has no membership base.
The recording of this session is now available on the REPLAY section of the event web: https://euregionsweek2020-video.eu/video/euregionsweekuniversity-commons-in-european-cities See the session details on the #EURegionsWeek website Moderator: Adam Polko, Lecturer, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland. Speakers: Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse, Freelance consultant, Freelance consultant, Germany. Artur Ochojski, Lecturer, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland. Frederic Wallet, Senior […]
Summary of the #EURegionsWeekUniversity session: A New European Industrial Strategy oriented towards citizens and the territory
The recording of this session is now available on the REPLAY section of the event web: https://euregionsweek2020-video.eu/video/euregionsweekuniversity-a-new-european-industrial-strategy-oriented-towards-citizens-and-the-territory See the session details on the #EURegionsWeek website Moderator: David Bailey, Professor, Birmigham Business School, United Kingdom. Speakers: Bernadette Andreosso, Jean Monnet Chair, University of Limerick, Ireland. Riccardo Cappellin, Retired Full Professor, Contract Professor, University of Rome “Tor […]
Organiser: Dr. Katerina Ciampi Stancova, European Commission, JRC This session was one in a series of webinar sessions in the framework of the EU Regions Week University to showcase current academic research and to promote knowledge exchange between policymakers and researchers. Video on demand: https://euregionsweek2020-video.eu/video/euregionsweekuniversity-localised-trends-and-strategies-for-sdgs See the session details on the #EURegionsWeek website […]
Summary of the session: Are Policy Makers alone in charting recovery from crisis? How researchers can help
The recording of this session is now available on the REPLAY section of the event web: https://euregionsweek2020-video.eu/video/are-policy-makers-alone-in-charting-recovery-from-crisis-how-researchers-can-help See the session details on the #EURegionsWeek website Moderator: Peter Wostner, Senior Adviser, Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development, Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia. Speaker: Sandrine Labory, Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management, University of Ferrara, Italy. Are […]
Key conclusions of the #EURegionsWeekUniversity session: Refugees’ crisis: economic and social impacts
The recording of this session is now available on the REPLAY section of the event web: https://euregionsweek2020-video.eu/video/euregionsweekuniversity-refugees-crisis-economic-and-social-impacts See the session details on the #EURegionsWeek website Moderator: Andrea Morrison, Department of Management and Technology, Bocconi University, Department of Human Geography and Planning, Utrecht University, Netherlands. Speakers: Sara Giunti, Post-doc, Department of Economics, University of Milano Bicocca, […]
The #EURegionsWeek is the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to regional policy and attracts up to 10,000 delegates. This free event serves as a platform for discussing and showcasing the development of EU cohesion policy and making decision-makers more aware of the importance of regions and cities in EU policy-making.
General Information SMARTER 2020 Conference Webinar series on “Smart Specialisation and Territorial Development: Connecting grand societal challenges with local goals in place-based innovation policy” is co-organised by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and RSA Europe. Six webinars organised between 17th September and 3rd December 2020 The Territorial Development Unit of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and RSA […]
General Information Place-based responses to the COVID-19 economic crisis The COVID-19 pandemic affects different places in different ways. Effective responses are likely therefore not only to be global but also local. Different places can benefit from designing customised solutions through the identification of local innovation opportunities. Sustainable Smart Specialisation Strategies (S4), as a governance model […]
SMARTER 2020 Conference Webinar series - Smart Specialisation Strategies for Sustainability - opportunities for economic recovery and competitiveness
In July 2020, the EU agreed to mobilise over € 1.8 trillion to recover, reform and renew its economy. Today, EU Member States and their regions are elaborating their first plans on how to best use these funds. EU policy orientations highlight the value added of investing in products, services and innovative solutions for the green and digital transition. Since […]
Smart Specialisation for Sustainable Development Goals 10.30 -12.30 CET, 09.30 – 11.30 GMT Smart Specialisation as a place-based innovation policy has started before the adoption of Agenda 2030. However, the analysis of the priorities chosen at local, regional and national level shows that they contribute to Sustainable Development Goals, as a ‘side effect’ of bottom […]