The Opening Up of National R&D Programmes to Applicants From Other Member States: A Comparative Study

01-02-1999

One of the main considerations in connection with the creation of a single Internal Market has been the extent to which the RTD programmes of the individual Member States should be opened up to applicants from other Member States. The present study provides a comparative overview while describing the specific situation in the individual Member States.

One of the main considerations in connection with the creation of a single Internal Market has been the extent to which the RTD programmes of the individual Member States should be opened up to applicants from other Member States. The present study provides a comparative overview while describing the specific situation in the individual Member States.

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Paul Simmonds, Shaun Whitehouse and Catherine Whitelegg (Technopolis Ltd, UK)