The European Commission has just published the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020, the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme with a seven-year budget of nearly EUR 80 billion. The programme’s goal is to contribute to the economic growth and job creation and, as a result, Europe’s global competitiveness. The purpose of the evaluation of the programme was twofold: it sought to improve the implementation of Horizon 2020 projects as well as to provide the evidence-base for the design of future Framework Programmes. PPMI has contributed significantly to this evaluation. PPMI’s Assessment of the Union Added Value and the Economic Impact of the EU Framework Programmes (FP7, Horizon 2020) was heavily cited in the evaluation: case studies, analysis, models and findings prepared by the PPMI team were included in the report.

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