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|Title:||Foresight embedding in Malta|
|Authors:||Cassingena Harper, Jennifer|
Pace, Gordon J.
|Keywords:||Research -- Malta|
Technology -- Malta
Human capital -- Malta
Knowledge economy -- Malta
|Publisher:||The European Foresight Monitoring Network|
|Citation:||Cassingena Harper, J., & Pace, G. J. (2005). Foresight embedding in Malta (Foresight Brief No. 8). Malta.|
|Abstract:||On the eve of accession to the European Union, Malta like all new members states, experienced considerable pressure for change. This included a drive to adapt RTDI policies for participation in the European Research Area. For a small transition economy with limited resources there was a need to adopt a creative approach to policy development. In the period 2002-2003 foresight was introduced to Malta via three pilot projects conducted by the MCST. These pilot projects played an important role in breaking path-dependencies. They liberated the mind-sets of stakeholders and provided occasion for mutual learning on systemic issues. Foresight is now an inte- gral part of the day-to-day work of the MCST which continues to promote and encourage its application to other policy domains.|
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