Review and analysis of programmes and tools of public support in smart specialisations, innovation and internationalisation available in Baltic Sea Region

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Review and analysis of programmes and tools of public support in smart specialisations, innovation and internationalisation available in Baltic Sea Region

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The main aim of GoSmart BSR is to increase capacity of innovation actors (innovation intermediaries, authorities, research institutions, enterprises) to apply smart specialisation approach. To reach that aim many activities are carried out, including reviewing the existing support system for internationalization, smart specialisation and innovation, as well as understanding the barriers and interests for development straight from SMEs themselves.

The report focuses on identifying interventions which work well (and not so well) in relation to smart specialisations and internationalization, their usability for SMEs and other S3 actors, etc. Mapping of programs and tools provides a broad but very informative basis for the formulation of Transnational Innovation Brokerage System (TIBS) logic and scope, as well as creation of the right relations with existing support systems to avoid duplication, overlaps, and less effective solutions. The analysis relies on prior evaluations of support programs and tools, which provides quantitative and qualitative assessments of the relevance, effects and effectiveness of existing support.

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