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This study has been elaborated to assess the key differences and challenges of application of the Transnational Smart Specialisation Strategy methodology (Trans-S3 methodology) developed and tested by the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects “GoSmart BSR” (in 2019) and “GoSmart&Excel BSR” (in 2021).
by Robert Girejko, Anna Dyhdalewicz
This document presents a final evaluation of the process for the preparation of the Transnational Smart Specialisation Strategy (Trans-S3) developed within the EU Baltic Sea Region (BSR). The methodology of this analysis follows 5 sequences, which includes qualitative and quantitative statistical analyses, as well as regional stakeholder consultations.
by Mirko Kruse, Melanie Mesloh, Jan Wedemeier
The stakeholders of the Baltic Sea Region have joined forces to jointly promote the development of macro-regional innovations
by Marta Riekstiņa
Technical Report –
Smart Specialisation and interregional cooperation in the Baltic Sea
Region: Regional specialisation, trends, and internationalisation
by Melanie Mesloh, Mirko Kruse, Jan Wedemeier
Inspiring experiences from Transnational Innovation Brokerage System
by Johanna Leino
GoSmart&Excel BSR – Trans-S3 final priorities1 –
The following document presents a final evaluation of the process for the preparation of the Trans-S3 developed within the EU-INTERREG BSR. The methodology of this analysis follows 5 sequences, which includes qualitative and quantitative statistical analyses, as well as regional stakeholder consultations2.
by Jan Wedemeier
How to utilise Trans-S3 to develop BSR interregional cooperation?
Regions in the Baltic Sea region have updated their smart specialisation (S3) strategies for the new EU funding period 2021-2027 mostly in line with the EU Green Deal priorities. The Trans-S3 methodology developed in the GoSmart BSR project provides insights for the regions to develop their smart specialisation strategies to include also aspects and guidelines for more strategic interregional cooperation based on the S3 priority areas.
by Johanna Leino