Green innovation and employability in the Med through the triple helix is a study commissioned to UNIMED by the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM).
Overall objective of the study:
Mapping and assessment of the ecosystem of existing policies and instruments that facilitate access to employment of graduates and researchers in the Mediterranean, highlighting how they could support the development of a sustainable economy through innovation and employability, by supporting regional dialogue on the topic.
- Analyse and evaluate strategies, policies, programmes and key projects of three pilot Med countries
- Assessing their socio-economic impact, gaps, and bottlenecks on innovating the economies and
facilitating employment of young graduates
- Supporting the shift towards green (sustainable) economy sectors by increasing appropriate skills, updating curricula, creating dedicated linkage programmes with private sectors, creating innovation and technology transfers
- develop specific sets of recommendations at national and regional level for supporting the shift
towards sustainability through the triple helix model of innovation
Italy, Jordan and Tunisia