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The CROSSOVER Research Roadmap - Conclusions: Closing the Loop of Policy-Making 2.0

Strategic_Plan

Publication: 2012-10-22

Source: http://www.crossover-project.eu/ResearchRoadmap/ClosingtheLoopofPolicyMaking20.aspx

The research challenges identified so far are not just a simple collection of research issues, but an integrated bundle of innovative solutions that together can lead to a paradigm shift in policy-making. The CROSSROAD roadmap already identified an integrated approach based on a technology layer model with three layers: data, analysis and decision/action: * The data layer provides new information that was previously not available. * The analysis layer provides a new perspective and understanding of data. * The behavioural change layer acts on the incentives and barriers to action and behaviour. The CROSSOVER project refines this approach by linking each of the research challenge to a specific challenges in the framework ...

The present roadmap represents the starting point for collaboration. It will be published in commentable format for practitioners and researchers to comment and revise. In particular, the present roadmap aiming to become a living platform, comments will be sought: * From all stakeholders, on the relevance, clarity and completeness of the proposed research challenges * From researchers, on the actual research carried out on these challenges * From policy-makers, on the actual usage of these tools and methodologies, lessons learnt and challenges encountered. In addition, a dedicated survey of policy-makers on their needs and challenges will be carried out, in order to fine-tune the final roadmap to their needs.

Submitter:

Name:Owen Ambur

Email:Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name:CROSSOVER Project

Acronym:CP

Stakeholder(s):

  • ResearchersComments will be sought from researchers, on the actual research carried out on these challenges

  • Policy-MakersComments will be sought from policy-makers, on the actual usage of these tools and methodologies, lessons learnt and challenges encountered