One main result of the SSH Impact Conference, the document  ‘Social Sciences and Humanities Research Matters. Guidelines on how to successfully design, and implement, mission-oriented research programmes’, is published.

The document has been drafted, consulted and compiled by Thomas König on behalf of the organisers of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union Conference on ‘Impacts of Social Sciences and Humanities for a European Research Agenda – Valuation of SSH in Mission-Oriented Research’. The document was consulted with participants of the SSH Impact Conference and international experts in the field.

Take a look and learn more about recommendations drawn for R&D programme authorities, research managers, reviewers or independent programme evaluators: SSH guidelines

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