DISSEMINATION OF RESULTS I. PUBLICATIONS
Every effort will be made to distribute the results of this research as
widely as possible. In particular, the project will result in the publication
report monitoring the progress of the research in month 12, and a
Final Report directly addressing the six objectives of the research
in month 24.
a book which
details the main theoretical contributions and the key empirical findings
and policy conclusions of the project will be published. There are
a variety of reputable commercial publishing houses interested in
the project. This project will target both academic and policy-related
a series of
academic articles in national and international journals will be generated
from the results of the project. They will aim mainly at an academic
produced in English as well as Russian, Ukrainian and Romanian, will
be used as a means of disseminating the results to policy-makers.
It is anticipated that Working Papers will contribute in strengthening
the Collaboration with Policy-makers Approach.
a Gopher will
be created in order to further facilitate the dissemination of the
results of the proposed project. In the first instance Working Papers
and a harmonised database will be located on the University of Macedonia
WEB site in a format which will allow for immediate electronic access,
subject to Data Protection and confidentiality constraints.
The database will also be a valuable source of processed information
that can support policy-makers at the national and international level,
and researchers in the years to come.
DISSEMINATION OF RESULTS II
of results will be attained via a range of media and dissemination formats,
apart from the scientific publications described before. That is:
Conference will be organised at the end of the project. This will
include in addition to the research consortium, experts on the topic,
key representatives from the various governmental levels of each of
the participating countries and from INTAS.
of this research will be disseminated by each team in their respective
country through public lectures, presentations and direct communication
with the relevant ministries;
of the research consortium will be available to brief staff of INTAS
and other international organisations on the results of the study
of the key members of the research teams are academics working in
Universities, the use of the material of the project in lectures will
be strongly encouraged;
members of the research teams will also be encouraged to submit short
articles in relative newspapers in the areas under investigation so
as to increase awareness about the project, its aims and objectives
and key findings.