Poslodavci EU hitno: Spremite plan B

Konfederacija poslodavaca Evrope je od institucija EU zatražila da se hitno spremi plan ponovne industrijalizacije Evrope.

Izvor: Beta, Tanjug
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  1. (Forteek, 1. jul 2017 11:08)

    To je točno. Vidim u Hrvatskoj da su se fakulteti i instituti razletjeli i rade razne projekte za Horizon 2020, a i učestalo se ide vani na specijalizacije, predavanja ili tek tako.
    (zg232, 3. jul 2017 19:54)

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  2. Samo da podsetim koji kontinent je tata :))

    From today onwards, when you hear “EU”, you should think “science and innovation”. The EU has more scientific output than the US, it’s better networked, and its output is growing faster.

    In the UK, we are huge beneficiaries of being in the EU. Although our own successive governments have dithered on backing science, the EU has increased science investment sharply, focusing on university-business interactions, multinational networks and cross-border challenges. This perfectly complements our national funding, helping the UK to hold pole position globally in science productivity.

    Pulling out of the EU would jeopardise our networks, the quality of our science workforce and our seat in setting policy on shared challenges in health, environment and energy. Why would we do that?

    Let’s take stock. The EU is already a scientific juggernaut, with a total academic output that's 20 per cent higher than the US. This should be no surprise given the combined EU population of over 500m versus America’s 319m. Europe as a whole produces a third of the world’s research outputs.

    And last year, the European Commission launched a €80bn research and innovation fund, with 30 per cent more money put into it than previous programmes of a similar nautre. This was despite an overall cut to the Commission’s budget. This seven-year “Horizon 2020” programme was touted as the world’s largest of its kind, international in nature and spanning the gamut of disciplines. Rather than supporting only basic science, it called scientists and engineers to take up the “grand challenges” of Europe’s future, such as energy transition and ageing populations.
     (Forteek, 1. jul 2017 11:08)

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  3. Evropska industrija (uglavnom nemacka) je jako konzervativna i tu se inovacije slabo primaju. Naoko oni to odobravaju, ali u praksi niko ne zeli da se odrekne moci. Nacin na koji su dosli do prvih mesta ne moze dalje da ih vodi i nema disruptivnog delovanja (Innovators Dilemma) koje bi omogucilo dalje inovacije i stvaranje novih poslovnih modela.
     (Innovation Manager, 30. jun 2017 18:00)

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