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Name Metropolitan Innovation Systems (MIS) of Capital Cities in Western Balkan Countries and Moldova – Baseline Assessment and Potential Capacity Building in the EU-Context
Country The whole region
Programme Component BACID Fund for Know-how Transfer Actions"BACID Fund for Know-how Transfer Actions" is not in the list (Danube Governance Hub, LOGON, BACID Fund) of allowed values for the "Programme Component" property.
Year 2017
Priority Theme Smart City
Topic Smart City - Governance
Implementing Organisations EUPro, Bureau für Europäische Projekte (Bureau for European Projects)
Partner Organisations NALAS - Network of Associations of Local Authorities of South East Europe
Last update 6. 4. 2018 by Sosic
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Status

IMPLEMENTED

Objectives and results

The action aims at providing a baseline assessment of Metropolitan Innovation Systems (MIS) in the capital cities of Montenegro, Moldova and Albania.

The expected results of the action are:

  • Overview of currently used instruments, programmes and financial structures (municipal service delivery areas) in the selected metropolises (LGA) compared to Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Vienna (Austria);
  • Overview of foreign direct investments (FDI) from EU, USA, Asia (China) and other countries to be invested in infrastructure and innovation on metropolitan/municipal level;
  • Initial recommendations for reform in the selected municipalities (LGA).

Implemented activities

  1. Baseline assessment of MIS in the capital cities of beneficiary countries;
  2. Comparison with MIS of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Vienna (Austria);
  3. Initial recommendations for reform initiatives towards a pragmatic approach for municipal governments and other stakeholders of the innovation system.

Available materials

Further information and contact

Mag. Alexander G. Welzl
EUPro, Bureau für Europäische Projekte (Bureau for European Projects)
email. mailto:alexander.welzl@eupro.at