EPRS Admin By / March 17, 2016

Table 4 – The five priorities of ERA in the 2012 ERA Framework communication

Table 4 – The five priorities of ERA in the 2012 ERA Framework communication

Table 4 – The five priorities of ERA in the 2012 ERA Framework communication

Based on these conclusions, the Commission published a new communication132 on
‘A reinforced ERA partnership for Excellence and Growth’. The document established
five ERA priorities (see table 4) and defines ERA as:
a unified research area open to the world based on the Internal Market, in which
researchers, scientific knowledge and technology circulate freely and through which the
Union and its Member States strengthen their scientific and technological bases, their
competitiveness and their capacity to collectively address grand challenges.


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