Volume: Vol4, Issue 3/2015

Published on: Sep 2015

Contains 15 articles

Three fine tuned principles in research, development, innovation and higher education

 

Authors

MIHAI POPA *,1

 

Affiliation

1Universitatea din Bucureşti

 

 

Three main priciples lay to the foundations of robust and healthy national scientific research, development, innovation (R&D) and higher education systems: adequate funding, correct assessment of scientific results (individual, institutional, national, peer-review of financing applications, post-grant monitoring) and continuity of R&D and higher educational policies. These three principles cannot function separately, the fine tuning between all three of them is essential. Fine tuning is impossible because of a wider context, as long as elementary education is facing failure and the rest of national structures are under similar threats, such as brain-drain, subfinancing or poor human resources.

 

Keywords

Funding, Assessment of scientific results, Continuity of policies, Fine tuning

Pages

209-210

 

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