Areas of Smart Specialisation and the Romanian Research

Codruța Ilinca DRĂGOIU


This article aims at identifying the areas of smart specialisation presence in the Romanian research and strategies in the field. A succinct picture of national goals and the evolution of the areas of smart specialisation in Romanian research have been outlined by reviewing research policies at EU and Romanian level.



RD&I strategies, areas of smart specialisation, the national R&D system

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