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eEurope 2005 and the European research area: policy and research measures aiming at Europe to become the world's largest knowledge-based economy by 2010

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2 Author(s)
Zobel, R. ; Directorate-Gen. Inf. Soc., Eur. Comm., Brussels, Belgium ; Filos, E.

eEurope, a political agenda aiming to bring Europe's business, citizens and administrations online by 2005, and the European research area, a policy objective targeting the creation of a European single market for research, are two European Union policies that aim to address key challenges for Europe's citizens and business in the new millennium. The paper shows that R&D efforts under successive European framework programmes for research, particularly in the domain of information society technologies, have underpinned these policy initiatives and that research and policy efforts together can offer a coherent approach to create the largest knowledge-based economy in the world.

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Management of Engineering and Technology, 2003. PICMET '03. Technology Management for Reshaping the World. Portland International Conference on

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20-24 July 2003