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First Trends H2020 vs FP7: winners and losers-Special focus on EU13 countries

“First Trends H2020 vs FP7: winners and losers-Special focus on EU13 countries” is the report compiled by MIRRIS Consortium partner, EURADA, under the authorship of Mr. Christian Saublens.

Based on the CORDIS data accessed on 3 December 2015, the analysis was conducted in order to benchmark results of participation to H2020 vs. FP7 by comparing the market share (% of beneficiaries) of each Member State at EU 28 level or inside the EU13 community for 14 thematic priorities.

The 9 main trends observed are:
  • EU13 market share improved by 2 points of percentage in early H2020 vs FP7;
  • The main winners are Slovenia and Spain;
  • The main losers are the UK and France;
  • All EU13 countries have increased their market share or at least maintained it;
  • In EU13, the main winners are Slovenia, Estonia, Cyprus and Latvia;
  • In EU13, the main losers are Poland, Hungary and Romania;
  • In EU13, Slovenia and Latvia increased their market share both in the topics related to Societal Challenges and Industrial Leadership, whilst the Czech Republic lost market shares in both areas. Estonia won market shares in Industrial Leadership and SMEs, but lost some in the Societal Challenges strand;
  • EU13 countries have the higher market share increase in the field of Science in Society (+8), Energy (+5.3) and Health (+4.8). Their losses are in the field of SMEs (-2) and Security (-1);
  • The leadership is rather stable. In EU13, the Top 5 is PL, CZ, SI, HU and RO. At the end of FP7 it was PL, HU, CZ, RO and SI. In EU15, it is now UK, DE, ES, FR and IT as against UK, DE, FR, ES and IT for FP7.
 
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The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under agreement n°320209