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The paper throws light on the problems associated with the existing system of financing of higher education and science in Croatia.The paper offers preliminary results of the scientific research project initiated by the Institute of Public Finance in 2003 which was still underway at the time of the writing of the report. The background of the issue is that despite availability of financial resources the problems particularly related to discretion ...
... coordination and promotion by EU and other agencies, national research priorities and specific RTD cooperation schemes in the country are concerned.The national science and technology base is touched upon: the science and technology in universities and national institutes is presented. The annex lists scientific bodies conducting R&D in Croatia and outlines the main actors of the S&T policy. European Commission, Directorate-General for Research International Scientific Cooperation Policy (2004): A new Candidate to EU Accession: Croatia “S&T developments. Available from: http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/iscp/pdf/croatia.pdf, accessed 03 August 2006. EC http://europa.eu ...
... issues related to the higher education and science, lays out the aspects associated with financing of the higher education and science, specifies the size, structure and dynamics of the R&D personnel, gives the overview of research organisations and scientific infrastructure, analyses productivity and production of research and development in Croatia, provides the information on the disciplinary structure of science in Croatia, scientific communication and international scientific cooperation.Each section of the study analyzing the functioning of every segment of the research and development work offers conclusions covering specific fields and particular issues. At the end of the report the general findings and conclusions are given. Svob Dokic, Nada (2002): Research and ...
The publication summarizes UNESCO’s experience and role in South-East Europe and outlines a proposal for future action in the region.The paper comprises extracts from the Director General’s speeches on South-East Europe as well as the reports presented by the Ministers or Representatives of Ministers of South-East European Member States. The paper also contains the main documents of the High-level Conference on Strengthening Cooperation in South-East Europe (held at UNESCO Headquarters on 4 and ...
The report presents assessment of the science and technology (S&T) status as of December 2004 of five Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia & Montenegro.The author highlights the fact that the objectives posed by EU on its way to the knowledge-based economy are fully relevant to the Western Balkan countries and their aspiration to become EU members in the future implies their adoption of the objectives ...
In the paper the issues with regard to application of the European regional policy to the Western Balkan countries are discussed. The paper offers analysis of possible ways and means of the policy in question. As the Western Balkan states face other threats and opportunities than those existed several years ago, the European policy instruments shall be adapted to meet the new challenges associated with the Western Balkans' economic and social cohesion into EU. So, the EU in cooperation with the ...
... draft comprises 21 Articles and 2 Annexes, besides, the comments with respect to every individual Article are provided. The draft regulation constitutes a framework regulation, establishing a unified instrument for pre-accession assistance. The beneficiary countries (i.e. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia und Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Croatia and Turkey) are divided into two categories, depending on their status as either Candidate Countries (listed in Annex II) or potential Candidate Countries (listed in Annex I). The idea is that the potential Candidate Countries will continue to receive assistance along the lines currently laid down in the CARDS-Regulation. The ...
"Integration of the non-candidate countries in South Eastern Europe (Western Balkan Countries) into the European Research Area and the future EU RTD activities" The document summarizes the main issues of the Vienna Workshop on integration of Western Balkan countries into the European Research Area and the 6th EU RTD Framework Program (FP6) - from the year 2000. Topic is the strategy of integration of the mentioned countries into European Research Area as well as the EU future RTD ...
The Ministry of Science, Education and Sports (MSES) is the central government institution responsible for implementing, coordinating and overseeing implementation of the science, innovation and technology. It is in charge of the allocation of budgetary funds for R&D activities in both public institutes and higher education institutions, as well as for the allocation of budgetary funds for the technology program and related activities. Financial assistance extended directly through MSES ...
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