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-2013. Brussels. 16.12.2005; http://www.eu2005.gov.uk/ Council of the CEU (2006): Council Regulation (EC) No. 1083/2006 of 11 July 2006 laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund

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Stimulus and Exit Strategies in the EU: A Model-based Analysis. European Economy Economic Papers No. 426. Smets, F. — Wouters, R. (2003): An Estimated Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Model of the Euro Area

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Bachtler, John - Wishlade, Fiona (2004): Searching for Consensus: The Debate on Reforming EU Cohesion Policy. European Policies Research Paper , No. 55, November, Glasgow: European Policies Research Centre

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incapacity to adopt any important new Convention. Other organizations, like the EU, UN, OECD, have taken over the lead. The centenary year of ILO is a good occasion to provide some reflections on the current ILO’s position and its future perspectives. In this

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. Beyond Ambivalence. Postmodernity and the Ethics of Translation. Koskinen, K. 2000b. Institutional Illusions. Translating in the EU Commission. The Translator Vol. 6. No. 1. 49

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. London. Le Cacheux, J. (2007): Funding the EU budget with a genuine own resource: the case for a European tax. Notre Europe Studies , 57. Marján, A. (n.d.): Europe’s destiny — The old lady and the

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Authors: Pauline Mattsson, Patrice Laget, Anna Nilsson, and Carl-Johan Sundberg

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The increase of co-authored papers is a recognized fact. At the same time the factors influencing this change is not well known. This article aims at studying the patterns of EU science co-authorships. We analyzed articles published in 18 EU countries and their intra-EU (within EU) and extra-EU (with partners outside EU) co-publication pattern in five scientific fields. The results point to a Europeanisation of shared co-authorship rather than an internationalization outside Europe. Smaller countries co-authored more with other EU countries than bigger countries while the co-authorship rate with extra-EU partners was not dependent of the country’s size. The co-authorship patterns were also found to depend on the scientific field. Engineering and Computing & Technology was the field with the highest level of national publications and Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences the field with the highest level of both intra-EU and extra-EU collaborations. These results support the view that a single market for research is developing within the EU with a seamless extension of national systems into other Member States ones.

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. Outputs can be represented for example by number of publications, number of patents, income of research organizations from industry or the number of prestigious EU grants. All these indicators describe major characteristics of each R&D system, its

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work was also supported by the Cultural and Educational Grant Agency of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic, KEGA grant no. 017EU-4/2015. References

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Literature Craig , P. , de Burca , G. , EU Law (6th edn, Oxford University Press 2015 ). Craig , P

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