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Проекти

 

Reference number

2016-1-MK01-KA203-021670

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

9.2016-8.2018

Programme or initiative

КА2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices: Strategic partnerships in higher education

Title of the project / network

Joint Program for Sustainability Leadership – PoSsibLe

Coordinating organisation

Faculty of Economics at Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

Website

http://www.erasmuspossible.com/

Project objective: The wider objective of the project is to improve manager’s and leader’s performance and sustainability actions through enhancing their leadership skills and abilities to innovate, collaborate and manage change. The major aim of the project is to jointly develop and implement program for sustainability leadership, which will address key issues in sustainability, and will enhance the ability of leaders to innovate, collaborate and catalyze change, creating sustainable organizations and societies. The program will be developed based on the needs of managers and leaders, research evidence and principles of sustainability leadership, sustainability standards and SDGs requirements. Throughout the joint program for Sustainability Leadership they will develop advanced leaderships skills and practices, ground theoretical approaches in practice facilitated by distinguished affiliates, receive professional orientation by providing meaningful application of the learning in their organizations, network with peer from other countries and working together on sustainability projects.

 

Target group: The target group consists of: managers working in local, national and governmental bodies, the private and non-profit sector, and are willing to make a difference and integrate strategies for sustainability in their organizations. Also, target group are students who have interest and plans to work as key players in project management and organizational development environments, where broader issues of societal development are important.

 

Reference number

 

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

6.2015-6.2016

Programme or initiative

EUROSTAT

Title of the project / network

The role of innovation in productivity growth across selected Central and Eastern European countries: closing the productivity gap between Eastern and Western Europe

Coordinating organisation

Faculty of Economics at Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

Website

 

Application of a structural model that describes the link between R&D expenditure, innovation output, and productivity (CDM model) in order to determine how much progress the Central and Eastern European countries are making towards increasing productivity and overall competitiveness of the European Union, we compare their performance with certain old EU members (Germany and Italy). The objectives of the research projects were the following:
- to point out the role of innovation in productivity growth across selected Central and Eastern European countries that are members of the European Union (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia) ;
- to estimate the progress towards productivity and innovation of the CEE countries;
and to evaluate the improvement and success in narrowing the gap of the CEE countries with stronger EU member countries (Germany and Italy).

 

Reference number

 

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

8.2018- 8.2020

Programme or initiative

EUROSTAT

Title of the project / network

The research project is focused on analyses of the role of innovation in productivity growth across selected Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries that are members of the European Union. The representative countries that we would like to include in the research are the following: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. In order to determine how much progress the Central and Eastern European countries are making towards increasing productivity and overall competitiveness of the European Union, we compare their performance with certain old EU members. We plan to apply a structural model that describes the link between R&D expenditure, innovation output, and productivity (CDM model).

Coordinating organisation

Faculty of Economics at Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

Website

 

The research project is focused on analyses of the role of innovation in productivity growth across selected Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries that are members of the European Union. The representative countries that we would like to include in the research are the following: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia. In order to determine how much progress the Central and Eastern European countries are making towards increasing productivity and overall competitiveness of the European Union, we compare their performance with certain old EU members. We plan to apply a structural model that describes the link between R&D expenditure, innovation output, and productivity (CDM model).

 

 

Reference number

 

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

2019

Programme or initiative

Japan International Cooperation Agency – JICA

Title of the project / network

Quality Management and Competitiveness

Coordinating organisation

The University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria

Website

 

The project entitled “Quality Management and Competitiveness” is dedicated to developing the application potential of Macedonian managers and SME owners. This project co-operation was established in the framework of the implementation of the Japanese Government’s Western Balkans Cooperation Initiative program, fully committed to strengthening the capacities of Macedonian managers, in line with the principles of the European Commission’s Sofia Declaration, dedicated to detailing priorities.

 

Reference number

CA16121

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

03.2017- 03.2021

Programme or initiative

COST.eu

Title of the project / network

From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy.

Coordinating organisation

University of Limerick, Ireland

Website

http://sharingandcaring.eu

The main objective of this action is to develop a European network of actors (including scholars, practitioners, communities and policy makers) focusing on the development of collaborative economy models and platforms and on social and technological implications of the collaborative economy through a practice-focused approach.

The specific aims of the proposal are:

(i) To develop a deeper understanding of the collaborative economy phenomenon in all its aspects, by studying in-depth the sociotechnical systems and human practices involved, comparing and reflecting upon local, regional, national and international initiatives;

(ii) To discuss and critique elements of the current discourse on the collaborative economy, and proposing a richer definition and characterisation of the phenomenon;

(iii) To formulate a European research agenda for the socio-technical aspects of the collaborative economy, including specifically the design of future technological platforms, the technical infrastructure, their legal, ethical and financial implications;

(iv) To articulate a European research perspective on the collaborative economy, based on EU values of social innovation, and in line with the Europe 2020 strategy objective to become a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy by 2020.

The Action will produce online resources including publications offering a comprehensive view of the current European collaborative economy and socio-technical and policy recommendations for the future.

 

 

Reference number

CA16228

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

10.2017-10.2021

Programme or initiative

COST.eu

Title of the project / network

European Network for Game Theory

Coordinating organisation

Universiteit Maastricht, Netherlands

Website

https://gametheorynetwork.com/

With the rapid advancement of technological innovations, modern societies rely more and more on the proper functioning of complex networks (i.e., social, telecommunication and transportation networks). Since the state and the dynamics of these networks are determined by independent decision makers, a solid understanding, control and optimization of such networked systems constitutes a major challenge for modern societies.

 

Game theoretic concepts are nowadays used in the analysis of networked systems, such as the computation of traffic equilibria in large-scale transportation networks, the prediction of content popularity in social networks and online services, and the analysis of the spreading of diseases and epidemics. Since there are many applications from different fields exhibiting similar network structures (e.g., biological, technological and social networks) and each of these applications has field-specific characteristics, our Action needs to bring together researchers from different fields of science, such as, applied mathematics, algorithmic computer science, engineering and economics.

 

The key objective of this Action is to facilitate interactions and collaborations between different groups of game theorists, to provide game theoretic expertise to industrial partners, and to establish a large and vibrant interconnected community of excellent scientists in these different fields. This Action will be the first European network where computer scientists, applied mathematicians, economists, and operations researchers will join forces on problems with significant technological and socio-economic impact. On a meta-level, the aim is to create a broad community of game theorists across Europe and at every stage of their career and to facilitate contact with stakeholders.

 

Reference number

CA18213

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

10.2019-10.2023

Programme or initiative

COST.eu

Title of the project / network

Rural NEET Youth Network: Modeling the risks underlying rural NEETs social exclusion

Coordinating organisation

Instituto Universitario De Lisboa

Website

https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA18213/#tabs|Name:overview

This Action encompasses the creation of a European-led multidisciplinary network from countries showing higher NEET youth rates in rural areas. Rural NEETs’ Youth Network (RNYN) aims at developing a model of comprehension for rural NEETs’ social exclusion risk and protective factors based on the bioecological model. It focuses on three specific goals: (1) upholding future research capability, with an emphasis on Early Career Investigators (ECI) and Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC); (2) creating a rural NEETs’ online observatory; and (3) fostering knowledge use by policy makers and practitioners. The RNYN work plan will be produced by 3 working groups; it will contribute to define a coherent model for future research, based on an intensive survey of national and cross-national trends regarding rural NEETs’ profile and support systems, as well as methodological and intervention best-practices in the field. RNYN added value stems from an eclectic theoretical, disciplinary, institutional and international approach and in upskilling ECI in ITC that are more affected by high rural NEET rates. In the long run, RNYN’s scientific impact will lead to the creation of a rural NEETs’ observatory, integrating ECI in a broad multidisciplinary community and strengthening the COST Inclusiveness Policy. Long-term socio-economic impact is expected to be translated into (in)ternational legislation to tackle rural NEETs’ needs and promote sectoral innovations. RNYN is a timely proposal by creating networks/platforms to organize findings, connect critical mass dealing with rural NEETs and build up research capacity. It is also socially relevant, by aiming at informing policies and on-the-ground practices.

 

Reference number

CA18213

Project / network dates

(year started and completed)

12.2019-12.2023

Programme or initiative

COST.eu

Title of the project / network

Interactive Narrative Design for Complexity Representations

Coordinating organisation

HKU University of the Arts Utrecht

Website

https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA18230/#tabs|Name:overview

The aim of this COST action is to build a network for the interdisciplinary study of the potential interactive digital narrative has as a means to addressing complexity as a societal challenge by representing, experiencing and comprehending complex phenomena and thus also address the issue of “fake news”. The challenge therefore is to change IDNs current status from ‘singular achievement’ of a small group of ‘initiated’ practitioners to ‘general practice’ of many media companies. The INDCOR project (Interactive Narrative Design for COmplexity Representations) addresses this challenge by means of a coordinated effort in analysing and generalising design and production methods of stand-out IDN works with a particular focus on the representation of complex issues..

 

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