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transnational cooperation


Collaboration between functional areas. It promotes cooperation among greater European regions, including the ones surrounding sea basins or mountain ranges, and facilitates coordinated strategic responses to joint challenges conducive to integrated territorial development.
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regional actors


Regional actors are all main stakeholders operating at regional level in a specific thematic field independently from their legal status, thus comprising the public as well as the private sector. These sectors include different types of entities such as public administrations, infrastructure and services providers and operators, agencies including [..]
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project partner


All project partners other than the Lead Partner.
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interreg


See ETC.
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smart specialisation strategy


See Regional Innovation Smart Specialisation Strategy (RIS3)
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quadruple helix


Innovation model involving institutional bodies, research sphere, business sector and citizens in the process. Tags: Innovative cluster ; Innovation
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quality assessment criteria


A group of related assessment questions on which a judgment or decision whether the project should be funded will be based. Used after the project is deemed compliant during the administrative and eligibility check.
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real costs


Expenditure actually incurred and paid (taking into account any rebate, discount or financial support) and supported by invoices or other documents of equivalent probative value.
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regional innovation and smart specialisation strategies


Smart specialisation is a new innovation policy concept designed to promote the efficient and effective use of public investment in research. Its goal is to boost regional innovation in order to achieve economic growth and prosperity, by enabling regions to focus on their strengths. Smart specialisation understands that spreading investment too thi [..]
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remote areas


An area is considered “remote” if less than half of its residents can drive to the centre of a city of at least 50 000 inhabitants within 45 minutes. Tags: Rural area ; Urban cluster Ref: Eurostat 2011
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