This article discusses the findings of the INNOCULT project ‘Internationalization of Research: Institutional Innovation, Culture and Agency in the Framework of Competition and Cooperation'. The project examined the impact of the European research programmes on research policies against the background of multi-level governance, on key research actors such as universities and research organizations as well as on research collaboration and networking. The project's findings and conclusions, dating back to 2001, are revisited in view of recent developments in research programming at European level, more specifically those relating to the Sixth Framework Programme and the introduction of the so-called ‘New Instruments' for creating the European Research Area.
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