Low funding jeopardises the European Commission’s innovation missions

2019-03-01
The European Commission plans to spend about €120 billion on research and innovation under mission-oriented programmes between 2021 and 2027. This column shows that planned spending is small both relative to the total R&D spending of individual EU countries and relative to previous missions. In addition, there is a lack of clarity on how missions will be determined, designed and governed. Experiences in other countries suggest that the Commission should find new ways of increasing funding to missions and increase clarity on the implementation of mission-oriented policies.

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İ. S. Akçomak, “Low funding jeopardises the European Commission’s innovation missions,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://voxeu.org/article/low-funding-jeopardises-european-commission-s-innovation-missions.