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Making Multi-level Governance Work in Smart Specialisation
2021-03-25 @ 11:00 - 13:00
On behalf of the Cohes3ion Interreg Europe project we invite you to register for the Cohes3ion dissemination event “Making Multi-level Governance Work in Smart Specialisation”, taking place on 25th March 2021, at 11:00 CET.
Cohes3ion is helping regional partners from 8 European countries integrate local and regional priorities into their innovation policies and SMART Specialisation Strategies (S3), to increase their impact and performance.
More information can be found in the attached invitation, or please contact Eleanor Vaughan in Welsh Government if you have any questions.
The Interreg COHES3ION project is helping partners from across Europe integrate local
and regional priorities into their innovation policies and SMART Specialisation Strategies (S3),
to increase their impact and performance.
- Register here to join our panel of leading experts discussing how to:
- increase the overall impact of S3
- improve the links between operational programmes in the RD&I environment
and public and private sectors
- promote a policy and Multi- level governance model
11.00–12.45 CET / 10.00–11.45 GMT
Welcome and presentation of the event – Sian Roberts, Host of the event
Introduction to Cohes3ion and the work developed – Miren Salazar, Beaz Bizkaia,
Lead Partner of Interreg Cohes3ion
Integrating the territorial dimension in S3: insights for fostering multilevel governance
– Panel guided by James Wilson, research director at Orkestra – Basque Institute of
Cohes3ion policy recommendations – Miren Larrea, Senior researcher at Orkestra –
Basque Institute of Competitiveness
Presentation – Prof. Kevin Morgan, Professor of Governance and Development
at University of Cardiff
Presentation – Martina Pertoldi, Policy Analyst at European Commission
Joint Research Centre
Presentation – Henning Kroll, Coordinator of Business Unit Innovation Trends and
Knowledge Dynamics at Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Q&A and discussion – Facilitated by James Wilson
Close – Sian Roberts, Host of the event