MIoIR. ‘Frontier research’ and the European Research Council: a connection still to build?. P. Larédo, Universities of Paris-Est & Manchester IGS - EU SPRI FORUM conference on tentative governance in emerging S&Y Twente, 28-29 October 2010. Contents.
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P. Larédo, Universities of Paris-Est & Manchester
IGS - EU SPRI FORUM conference on tentative governance in emerging S&Y
Twente, 28-29 October 2010
--> consider Frontier research as a ‘type 2’ rationale for public action.
HLEG 2005. Members: B. Martin, S. Kuhlmann, A. Bonaccorsi, P. Stephan
(US) National Science Board, 2007
Return to Europe and the ERC programme)
NSB ‘evaluation’ processes
ERC Process: ‘frontier science’ redefined through peer review processes
1 Rationale for more direct targeting on frontier research
Conclusion: need for greater articulation between national and European levels to create coordinated funding pools
Elements to consider for new schemes research (1)
focused on frontier research (2)
2 Build on existing practices & policy discourse