3 edition of Strategies of the international scientific cooperation in South-East Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Namik K. Pak, Kostadinka Simeonova, and Ergun Türkcan.|
|Series||NATO ASI series., v. 30|
|Contributions||Pak, Namik K., Simeonova, Kostadinka., Türkcan, Ergun., NATO Advanced Research Workshop in Strategies of the International Scientific Cooperation in South-East Europe (1998 : Sofia, Bulgaria)|
|LC Classifications||Q172.5.I5 S76 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||00100183|
cooperation of south-east european countries in emergency situations. international scientific conference the balkans between past and future: security, conflict resolution and euro-atlantic. South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) that brings together Turkey, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Greece, Croatia, Moldova and Montenegro is a symbol of the common will of the countries of the region to improve cooperation among themselves and to bring lasting stability in South East Europe.
This chapter on science, technology and innovation (STI) assesses the policy settings, strategies, processes and institutions in six South East European economies. After a brief overview of innovation trends and performance in South East Europe, the chapter then focuses on five essential sub-dimensions. South –East European Cooperation Process International Youth Conference BUILDING REGIONAL YOUNG LEADERS NETWORK: Youth of South East Europe in for stability and cooperation” June ORGANIZED BY: ISLAMIC CONFERENCE YOUTH FORUM FOR DIALOGUE AND COOPERATION In partnership with.
Cooperation Council in Sarajevo. The Council, which was estab-lished in as the successor of the Stability Pact for South East-ern Europe, has recently inaugu-rated a programme on social poli-cies known as the “Social Agenda for South East Europe”. LSEE and RCC have drawn up a Memorandum of Understanding. Integration in South East Europe The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) was launched on 27 February , as the successor of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe. The RCC is an operational arm of the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) and functions as a focal point for co-.
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The main message of this text concerns the role of partnership and the involement of a variety of players in international scientific co-operation in South-East Europe, particularly the the role of.
ence of Experts on the Reconstruction of Scientific Cooperation in South East Europe took place in Venice, Italy from 24 – 27 March It focused on country presentations and reviews of existing collabo-rations and furthermore on the potential South East-ern European countries to develop cooperation in some strategic fields of research.
There are 13 transnational cooperation programmes active in the programming period. What differentiates the South East Europe Programme is not only the number of countries participating in it, 16 countries, which makes it the programme with the largest cooperation area, but also the diversity of the participating countries.
The South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) was launched on Bulgaria's initiative in At the Bulgaria-chaired meeting in Sofia, the Southeast Europe (SEE) countries laid the foundations for regional co-operation for the purposes of creating an atmosphere of trust, good neighbourly relations and stability.
A special characteristic of SEECP is that it is an original. The Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) was launched in December to help provide regional peace and stability among the countries of southeastern Europe through cooperative activities, and to help the countries integrate into the rest of organization, founded by Erhard Busek and Richard Schifter, has provided regional stability, and has found.
International Science and Technology Cooperation Policies of South East Asian Countries Consultation Paper Prepared for the EU Commission on the Occasion of the First Bi-Regional Science & Technology Policy Dialogue, EU-ASEAN, NovemberParis M.
Schüller, F. Gruber, R. Trienes, D. Shim Hamburg, Vienna and Amsterdam, October Many European policies have traditionally looked towards science and technology for support in development and implementation. As the global knowledge society develops, international scientific cooperation has an emerging role as a new pillar of external relations in addition to the traditional ones of diplomacy, trade and development cooperation.
The OECD and South East Europe. History. In the early s, OECD members began to support reforms in SEE through peer learning, comparative analysis and good practice sharing across a range of policies.
At the turn of the century, a protracted growth period enabled SEE to narrow development gaps with EU and OECD countries, however, the global. The South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme The South East Europe Programme is a unique instrument which, within the framework of the Regional Policy’s Territorial Cooperation Objective, aims to improve integration and competitiveness in an area which is as complex as it is diverse.
Establishment and promotion of partnerships with professional, scientific, and educational institutions to promote and implement the initiative. Initiating cost-effectiveness studies related to risk factor reduction and secondary prevention interventions for CRDs with emphasis on extending the capacity of health professionals beyond the.
In November in Skopje, he was a trainer on “Marketing in tourism“ organized by International foundation SPARK from Netherlands. There are over 50 participants (tourist workers) from all country of South east Europe. He is the author of many books, analyzes and.
Dr Mastro joined FHI in following 20 years in scientific leadership positions at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta. He joined CDC in as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer. Dr Mastro is author or co-author of more than published articles and book chapters.
The imprint of these contexts on academic research has led to a discussion of the role of Southeast European studies. It is the task of this volume to summarize and raise awareness of this discussion.
(Series: Studies on South East Europe - Vol. 16) [Subject: European Studies, Sociology, Politics]. Areas of research: international relations in the th century – French foreign policy, French-Russian, French-Soviet, French-Hungarian relations; comparative history of Europe in the 19th century.
Pál Pritz. Habilitated professor, Department of New-and Modern History, ELTE; Doctor of MTA ((Hungarian Academy of Science). On Octoin Washington, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Judith G. Garber and E.U. Director-General for Research and Innovation Robert-Jan Smits, convened the United States-European Union Joint Consultative Group Meeting on Science and Technology Cooperation (JCG).
For the past decade, the ‘Venice process’ has been rebuilding scientific cooperation among Southeast European countries. Named after the Italian city which hosts UNESCO’s Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe (BRESCE), the Venice Process has dual aims: on the one hand, it sets out to heal some of the wounds inflicted by the violent break-up in the s.
Competitiveness for Growth in South East Europe, 26 FebruaryParis, France This event built on the work of the OECD South East Europe Regional Programme and created an opportunity to further strengthen the relations between the countries of the region and the OECD and support a broader, high-level debate on factors of competitiveness for growth in the region.
of cooperation with South East Europe - Ljubljana, The opinions expressed in this document do not necessarily represent the official views of the European Commission or the SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre.
Reproduction is authorized provided the source and author are quoted. 30 Industrial Development for the 21st Century 2. Knowledge, technology, and growth in long-term perspective Long-term trends One of the best.
This e-book is the culmination of several years of fruitful cooperation between scholars from Europe and the USA. A selection of the best peer reviewed articles are now included in this e-book on Policing and provision of safety/security in South-East Europe, with some emphasis on new managerialism from the UK, which mainly influences other European countries.
knowledge that solve new or existing scientific problems, prove new ideas and develop new theories. In addition, basic research will pursue its essential role in the education of high-quality scientific and technical staff, strengthening international scientific cooperation and participation in the development of new technologies.Towards Open Regionalism in South East Europe presents a series of interlinked reflections on the possibilities and problems of emergent forms of regional cooperation in South East Europe (SEE).
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