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Initial RIS3 Assessment for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Assessment of the Status and Potential of the Academic & Research S ector. Dr Yannis Tolias (SEERC). Contents. Background and Context Evidence Key Stakeholders and Knowledge Production Scientific Output

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dr yannis tolias seerc

Initial RIS3 Assessment for the Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaAssessment of the Status and Potential of the Academic & Research Sector

Dr Yannis Tolias (SEERC)

contents
Contents
  • Background and Context
  • Evidence
    • Key Stakeholders and Knowledge Production
    • Scientific Output
    • National / International Collaboration and Linkages
    • On Research Excellence
    • Technology Transfer
  • Summary and Assessment

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Contents
  • Background and Context
  • Evidence
    • Key Stakeholders and Knowledge Production
    • Scientific Output
    • National / International Collaboration and Linkages
    • On Research Excellence
    • Technology Transfer
  • Summary and Assessment

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ius2013 country profile
IUS2013: Country Profile

2000:

0.44%

2010:

0.22%

€15.4m

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Contents
  • Background and Context
  • Evidence
    • Key Stakeholders and Knowledge Production
    • Scientific Output
    • National / International Collaboration and Linkages
    • On Research Excellence
    • Technology Transfer
  • Summary and Assessment

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scientific production 2000 2012
Scientific Production 2000-2012

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publications per 1000 inhabitants 2012
Publications per 1000 inhabitants(2012)

Researhers

(FTE)

3456

601

737

Data sources

All countries: Scopus; Regions of KentrikiMakedonia (GR) and AnatolikiMakedonia-Thrake (GR), WoS

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co authorship trends
(Co-)Authorship Trends

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co authorship benchmarks
(Co-)Authorship Benchmarks

FYR Macedonia

2007-2012

Region of AnatolikiMakedonia-Thrake (GR)

2007-2012

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international linkages co authored research publications
International Linkages(Co-authored research publications)

Top 10 partners:

USA (267) Germany (260) Serbia (240) Bulgaria (207) Italy (145) France (143) England (140) Croatia (131) Slovenia (119) Turkey (119)

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international linkages fp7 projects
International Linkages(FP7 Projects)

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institutional linkages fp7 projects
Institutional Linkages(FP7 Projects)

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fp7 funding statistics co operation
FP7 Funding Statistics(Co-operation)

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on research excellence citations per publication scopus scimago
On Research Excellence(Citations per Publication, Scopus/SCImago)

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on research excellence citations per paper in selected ras
On Research Excellence(Citations per Paper in Selected RAs)

Engineering

Agricultural &

Biological Sciences

Materials

Science

Environmental

Sciences

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Contents
  • Background and Context
  • Evidence
    • Key Stakeholders and Knowledge Production
    • Scientific Output
    • National / International Collaboration and Linkages
    • On Research Excellence
    • Technology Transfer
  • Summary and Assessment

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ris3key questions answered
RIS3KEY Questions Answered
  • Existing or potential world-class competencies:
    • Only secondary assessments by OECD – two MASA research groups.
  • Specific scientific strengths and research specializations:
    • Energy/Environment, ICT and Materials.
  • Emerging scientific competences:
    • Environmental Sciences & Ecology, Education & Educational Research, Genetics & Heredity, Business & Economics.
  • Leading Institutions:
    • Ss Cyril and Methodius Univ in Skopje: Leader in publications in all disciplines, leader in EU funded research projects.
    • Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

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ris3key questions answered1
RIS3KEY Questions Answered
  • Contribution of leading institutions in innovation policy development:
    • Evidence of a participatory process at the consultation level in the development of the new Innovation Strategy 2012-20 and the National Strategy for Scientific R&D Activities up to 2020
  • Alignment with EU R&D Priorities
    • National research strategy is aligned to Horizon2020; overall strategic orientation is consistent with a vision for improving integration into ERA.
  • Research Infrastructures / Creativity Hotspots
    • Decaying national research infrastructures due to declining funding
    • Some pilot intermediary organisations established by donors’ funds did not manage to survive by themselves.

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ris3key questions answered2
RIS3KEY Questions Answered
  • Fitness to address global societal challenges:
    • Limited in terms of critical mass and linkages to world-class research institutions; Skopje has potentials for interdisciplinary research-most of the country’s research potential is situated there.
  • Attractiveness to researchers / working conditions:
    • Very limited, mainly due to remuneration and recognition of degrees earned abroad. No vacancies in the enterprise sector.
  • Fit of curricula to the needs of the regional economy:
    • ‘The formal education system struggles for market relevance’ (USAID)
    • Graduates lack soft skills (work ethics, communication) (WB)

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suggestions
Suggestions
  • To be discussed following the workshop and your assessments!

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