FEATURED PANEL: The European Research Council @ 10: What has it done to us?

European Politics
 
European Union
 
Governance
 
Higher Education
 
Normative Theory
 
Policy Implementation
 
Public Administration
 
Public Policy
 
Panel Number
P131
Panel Chair
Andreas Follesdal
Universitetet i Oslo
Panel Discussant
Mitchell Young
Charles University in Prague
Section: Open Section
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Time
08/09/2017 14:00
Location
Building: Eilert Sundts hus Floor: 1 Room: ES AUD7
Abstract
The European Research Council (ERC) was established in 2007 with the objective to encourage high quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier research across all fields, on the basis of scientific excellence alone. It complements other components of Horizon 2020. This Panel will discuss the following:
- How has the ERC delivered on its objectives?
- How has it been received by the various EU bodies, and by national authorities?
- What has been other effects of the ERC - e.g. concerning inter-European mobility of young researchers, and national research strategies?
The Panel includes researchers who have studied and/or participated in the ERC funding activities, and commentators.

Paper List


Title 
 
 
Martin Stokhof - commenting on The European Research Council @ 10 View Paper Details
Mitchell Young - commenting on The European Research Council @ 10 View Paper Details
The ERC and the Academic Career Models in Europe View Paper Details
The Hopes for the ERC by its Founders View Paper Details
The Political Theory of Peer Review for the ERC View Paper Details
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