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Haegeman, Spiesburger and Könnölä
(Haegeman et al., 2017) examine this issue in the context of transnational research programming. They demonstrate the value of an evaluation scheme which assesses relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and utility/appropriateness/ sustainability to a program to develop shared research programs between the EU and Russia. Havas and Weber (Havas and Weber, 2017) start from the perspective that FLAs have been available to science, technology and innovation policies for several decades, but that knowledge of impact is markedly limited. They seek to address this deficit by analysing the fit between different types of FLAs and ‘innovation policy governance sub-systems’ which contribute to identifying and prioritising policy needs and problems; the better the fit, the greater the likely impact. Based on detailed case studies of FLAs in Germany, Greece and Hungary, they conclude there is a need for a far closer tailoring of FLA design to the characteristics of the relevant component of the innovation system.