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Weitere Publikationen: Julia Bachtrögler-Unger (27 Treffer)

Julia Bachtrögler-Unger (WIFO), Julia Bachtrögler-Unger
EU Research & Innovation Funding Schemes: Using Project-level Data for Monitoring & Evaluation (EU Research & Innovation Funding Schemes: Using Project-level Data for Monitoring & Evaluation)
Vortrag, 03.03.2021
Economic Geography Seminar
Veranstalter: Universiteit Utrecht
This presentation discusses the use of project-level data for monitoring and the evaluation of EU research and innovation policy. First, a new dataset of R&I-related projects co-funded by the ERDF during the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 is introduced. Second, this data is used, together with Horizon 2020 project information, to explore interlinkages between the funding schemes in terms of thematic priorities as well as beneficiaries.
in: 3rd ERSA – JRC Winter School 2021: "Smart specialisation: linking global challenges to local implementation"
Online-Veranstaltung
Veranstalter: European Regional Science Association – Europäische Kommission, Gemeinsame Forschungsstelle
This non-technical article promotes the use of project-level data for monitoring and the evaluation of EU research and innovation policy. First, a new dataset of R&I-related projects co-funded by the ERDF during the multi-annual financial framework 2014-2020 is introduced. Second, this data is used, together with Horizon 2020 project information, in order to explore interlinkages between the funding schemes in terms of thematic priorities as well as beneficiaries. On average, 15 percent of ERDF projects could be identified as being carried out by a beneficiary that also receives funds from the Horizon 2020 programme.
Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik, Policy Brief, 2020, (19), 7 Seiten, https://oegfe.at/2020/07/net-position-thinking-eu/
Robert Stehrer, Roman Stöllinger, Gábor Hunya, Doris Hanzl-Weiss, Mario Holzner, Oliver Reiter, Margit Schratzenstaller, Julia Bachtrögler-Unger, Veronika Kubeková, Roland Blomeyer
Bücher und Monographien, European Parliament, Brussels, Juli 2020, https://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2020/654525/IPOL_STU(2020)654525_EN.pdf
Study requested by the European Parliament's BUDG Committee.
When assessing the benefits Member States (MS) receive from the European Union (EU) budget, they primarily focus on their individual net positions, i.e. the net balance between their national contributions and the transfers received from the EU budget. This "just retour" thinking is associated with several limitations and problems and completely neglects the benefits accruing to MS beyond the pure financial streams related to the EU budget. MS may enjoy the indirect benefits that are related to the various interventions and policies financed from the EU budget. Benefits may be also created for the EU as a whole in the case of policies coordinated and financed by the EU, replacing or complementing individual un-coordinated action at MS level and thus creating additional added value through making use of synergies. MS also benefit from intra-EU direct investments, intra-EU trade and the EU’s network effects. Therefore, the net position view could be complemented by additional indicators providing a more comprehensive picture of the overall benefits resulting for MS from the EU membership and budget and several reform options within the EU budget could help to overcome the net position view.
Präsentation der Studie "Quantitative Wirkungen der EU-Struktur- und Kohäsionspolitik in Österreich. Ein Beitrag zu "25 Jahre Österreich in der EU""
in: 20 Jahre Gender Mainstreaming in Österreich. Auftaktveranstaltung
Vortrag, Wien, 22.1.2020
Veranstalter: Bundeskanzleramt, Sektion Frauen und Gleichstellung – Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
in: Auftaktveranstaltung "20 Jahre Gender Mainstreaming in Österreich"
Vortrag, Wien, 22.1.2020
Veranstalter: Bundeskanzleramt
Over the 2014-2020 financial period, 451 billion € of ESIF are invested in Cohesion policies, of which more than 40 billion € are dedicated directly to the thematic objective related to research and innovation. Among ESIF funds, ERDF is the main source of funding of Innovation through the implementation of smart specialisation strategies with a management shared between the Commission and the regional or national authorities. In this respect the monitoring and the evaluation of ESIF are implemented at regional or national level. At European Commission level, monitoring of cohesion policy is carried out mainly at operational programme (OP) level, meaning only very limited information is available at project and beneficiaries' level, also with partly low accuracy in terms of geographical information (OP can be national or in some cases multiregional). Reporting at project and beneficiary level is carried out through national or regional databases gathering information on beneficiaries (type of organisation, localisation, etc.) and details on funded projects (e.g., titles and abstracts and possibly other additional info depending the territory). Conversely to Horizon 2020 and due to the shared management, a complete structured database of ESIF projects does not exist. While information on ESIF beneficiaries and projects is recorded, this is held by individual regional or national managing authorities. Gathering this information on projects and beneficiaries in a single structured database would greatly benefit policy monitoring and evaluation, and the identification and creation of synergies with Horizon 2020 funding. This database would also feed ex-ante impact assessment analysis for the future multi-annual financial period (2021-2027), for the future cohesion policies and Horizon-Europe programme. The design of a structured and comprehensive database of projects funded by ERDF for the period 2014-2018 is based on the systematic collection of all information available at national and regional levels. The whole content of the database is translated to English (including project titles and abstracts) using European Commission Machine translation tool. The database offers also additional information such as keywords associated to each project in order to be able to bridge easily information contained in the ERDF projects database with, among others, Eye@RIS3 and the Horizon 2020 database. This report explains the origins of the information, the processing of collected information and the proxies used to obtain the most complete and comprehensive picture as possible of what has been supported through ERDF funding since 2014.
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