Nokia | State of the art? | March 2014

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 3 March 2014 in Magazines

Innovative Europe

This Parliament Magazine special supplement features findings from, and reaction to, Nokia’s upcoming report; ‘A comparative analysis of leading global Innovation strategies – What is there for the EU to learn?’ In its report, Nokia calls for more resources to be “dedicated to perform a comprehensive EU level analysis of global innovation strategies and their effectiveness”. In order for Europe to improve its innovative output and capacity, the report calls for “important decisions to be taken regarding harmonisation, standardisation and financing at EU level”.

Interested in this content?

Sign up to our free daily email bulletins.


Share this page



Related Partner Content

GMOs: Time to stand up for EU law and innovation
2 June 2016

MEPs have the chance to support innovation and evidence-based authorisation procedures when they meet next week in Strasbourg, says Pedro Narro Sanchez.

Guarantees of origin a key component of EU energy transition
11 September 2017

Thought Leader: Association of Issuing Bodies | Guarantees of origin are a key component of Europe's energy transition, writes Dirk Van Evercooren. 

EU Comitology reform threatens innovation in a post-truth world
15 March 2017

As the world looks to Europe to lead on evidence-based decision-making, we must not let politics trump science, warns Nathalie Moll.