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Towards a renewed Smart Specialisation Strategy for Malta post-2020


From: Ministry for Finance
​(Malta Council for Science and Technology)
​Published on: ​23 March 2020
Running till: ​9 April 2020
​Last Updated: ​13 April 2020
1.        Background

The purpose of the vision document “Towards a renewed Smart Specialisation Strategy for Malta post-2020” is to publish for public consultation, the initial findings from the stakeholder consultation process. The documents explains the stakeholder engagement process and puts forward the proposed smart specialisation sectors that could be supported through the next programming period of cohesion policy (ERDF 2021-2027). It also proposes recommended interventions and targeted areas of focus.

MCST is looking to obtain the stakeholders’ and public’s first reactions, before concretising and finalising the full Research and Innovation Smart Specialisation Strategy 2021-2027 (RIS3).​

2.        Documents

The Towards a Smart Specialisation Strategy 2021-2027 for Malta has been uploaded on both Council’s websites; and plumtri

3.        Submission of input
Submissions were sent in by email to the following address:

Submissions were received by 9 April 2020.                                
We thank you for your input.
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