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Lead Partner: Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN)
MONITORIS3 Project aims to address the CHALLENGE on MONITORING of the Regional Specialization Strategies (S3) developed by Regions as ex-ante conditionality for implementing Structural Funds. The project´s MAIN GOAL is to facilitate the IMPROVEMENT OF S3 RELATED STRUCTURAL FUNDS POLICIES DELIVERY through promotion of exchange of experiences and policy learning on MONITORING STRATEGIES OF POLICY INSTRUMENTS among a consortium of regionally relevant actors on S3. MONITORIS3 is supported by the following specific ACTIVITIES and OUTPUTS: - ONE INTERREGIONAL MAPPING OF S3 MONITORING STRATEGIES AT INTERREGIONAL LEVEL (on 9 preselected POLICY INSTRUMENTS): Regional (partners) “Stay of play” analysis at the beginning of the project. - INTERREGIONAL POLICY LEARNING PROCESS through 8 INTERREGIONAL THEMATIC SEMINARS around 4 WORKING GROUPS to organize the 9 policy instruments addressed, with active involvement of regional STAKEHOLDERS GROUPS. - BEST PRACTICES (BBPP) SELECTION and PEER-TO-PEER process (7 STUDY VISITS) to ensure the best introduction of selected BBPP by each region and thus facilitate the exchange. - 6 REGIONAL ACTION PLANS ON S3 MONITORING elaborated on the basis of selected practices to be transferred to each region around the 9 policy instruments selected. To achieve these objectives, MONITORIS3 gathers 6 partners from 6 EU Regions and 1 advisory partner with competences on implementing and/or monitoring S3. 
Lead Partner: Fomento de San Sebastián 
The transfer of innovation and knowledge produced by the RTOs (Research  and Technological Organisations) and higher education to the local & regional businesses remains one of the most important gaps and difficulties in terms of Innovation & Growth. It is key to generate economic exploitation of the R&D results and particularly important in local & regional areas of Smart Specialisation (RIS3) and innovation opportunity. Also, there is a clear need to improve and connect regional Challenges and Opportunities of RIS3, to local innovation policies and stakeholders, highlighting the role of the “territory” as the place where interlinkages happen and knowledge flows. For such purpose, regional & local authorities should play a key role of intermediation and, in accordance to ecoRIS3 objectives, promote better policies and measures to generate solid interactions between key stakeholders, to orchestrate sustainable innovation ecosystems within RIS3 strategies responding to the existing challenges and gaps.  Among the key activities and within a first phase of 3 years, further to a series of exchange of experience and learning though interregional events (4 thematic workshops, 3 horizontal Seminars and 9 Study Visits), the partners will produce: 1 Peer review document on "The role private and public stakeholders play in the local ecosystem in order to absorb innovation" ; 7 SWOT Analysis, 7 Action Plans and identify 64 Good Practices, that will benefit the key actors of the quadruple helix (Public sector, Civil Society, RTO & High Education, SMEs & Industry).
ecoRIS3 Project News from March 2019 Project news from March 2019 Newsletter
From folder: Newsletter ecoRIS3
State of the Art Report of Puglia region, Italy.
Guidance note on how to structure a monitoring and evaluation system
From folder: RIS3 Concept Note
Region of Thessaly

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RIS3 elaboration in Romania
RTO - Research Technology Organisation

Crete at the European Conference on Smart Regions in Helsinki, Finland
Welcome to the ecoRIS3 Newsletter with stories from across our consortium partners from October to November 2019
From folder: Newsletter ecoRIS3