Estonia Country Report: Era-Learn

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Abstract

This is the eighth in a series of ERA-LEARN Country Reports on participation in European R&I partnerships that are being produced during the
course of the European Commission sponsored ERA-LEARN project. The ERA-LEARN data used in this report mainly refer to public-to-public partnerships that were
launched and supported under Horizon 2020. The country reports provide an analysis of participation and try to explain the ‘performance’ of a country in public R&I Partnerships within the context of their own national and regional research and innovation systems.
The report commences with an overview of the Estonian research and innovation system in an international context, as an aid to understanding the environment in which partnership participation takes place. The key R&I funders and performers in Estonia are then identified and areas of R&I strength are described before an analysis of Estonia’s research and innovation partnership participation patterns. An assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of Estonia’s involvement in partnerships is then presented and the report concludes with a review of a topic of interest for Estonia, specifically, how the partnerships could contribute to the goals Estonia is
trying to achieve in Horizon Europe.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherERA-LEARN Consortium
Number of pages54
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2022

Keywords

  • public to public partnerships
  • Estonia
  • country report
  • partnerships
  • Horizon 2020

Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

  • Manchester Institute of Innovation Research

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