The landscape of public-to-public (P2P) cooperation

Joint Programming

Joint Programming is a research and innovation policy concept driven by societal challenges, articulated in 2008 by the European Commission as part of the European Research Area. It is a mechanism to pool national research efforts in order to make better use of Europe's public research and development resources. By working together, Member States strive for a more effective approach in tackling common European challenges that cannot be solved solely on the national level.