AquaBreeding Project title: “Towards enhanced and sustainable use of genetics and breeding in the European aquaculture industry”




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Final reporting questionnaire on workforce statistics



1. general information
1.1. Contract No.: 044424
1.2. Thematic priority: Modernisation and sustainability of fisheries, including aquaculture-based production systems
1.3. Instrument: Specific Support Action
1.4. Project Acronym: AQUABREEDING
1.5. Period covered (Start Date – End Date): from 01/12/2006 to 30/11/2008
1.6. Name and title of co-ordinator: Hervé CHAVANNE, Responsible of the ISILS Aquaculture Unit
1.7. Name and title of contractors: Hervé Chavanne, Responsible of the ISILS Aquaculture Unit

Anna Sonesson, Researcher, NOFIMA

Ashie Norris, Breeding manager, Marine Harvest Ireland

Pierrick Haffray, R&D advisor in aquaculture breeding, SYSAAF



Marc Vandeputte, researcher in INRA Fish genetics

2. scientific leadership and management, and workforce statistics for the project to be completed by contractors


Type of Position

Number of Women

Number of Men

Total

% Women

% Men

Scientific manager

 













SYSAAF

0

1

1

0

100 

NOFIMA

1

0

1

100

0

Scientific team leader / work package manager
















ISILS

0

1

1

0

100

NOFIMA

1

0

1

100

0

MHI

1

0

1

100

0

INRA

1

1

1

50

50

Experienced researcher (> 4 years)
















INRA

1

1

3

50

50

Early researcher (<= 4 years)
















PhD students
















Technical staff
















Other (Financial and administrative management)

















Final socio-economic reporting questionnaire

INTRODUCTION
In the process of building the European Research Area, democratic governance must ensure that social and economic issues are taken into consideration in the research activities and that citizens are informed about and aware of the social aspects with regard to scientific and technological progress. In this context, it is also acknowledged that the benefits of research in support of socio-economic policy challenges would be enhanced by an appropriate integration of socio-economic research dimensions.
The importance of the integration of socio-economic aspects in research was recognised in FP6 and should be duly taken into consideration by contractors where relevant for the actions concerned in horizontal and thematic activities of FP6.
This questionnaire applies to all projects and must be filled in by each contractor in the project. It is designed to facilitate the monitoring of the integration of the socio-economic dimensions in FP6 and to finally support the assessment of the research that will guide the future policy formulations and decisions.
The submission of this questionnaire will be done on-line. The details of the procedure to be used will be communicated by the Commission to the project coordinator in due time.
The information gathered through this exercise will be kept confidential and will not be disclosed to any third parties or used in any way that could be linked to individual projects.
QUESTIONS


No (for all partners)




1.1 Do your tasks in the project include socio-economic research activities1 ?


N/A




1.2 If “Yes”, what is the estimated total budget allocation that addresses

these activities ?

2
Yes (ISILS)

.1 Do your tasks in the project include foresight methods2 ?


Yes (NOFIMA)


No (MHI)


Yes (SYSAAF)


Yes (INRA)

2
15,000 € (ISILS)

.2 If “Yes”, what is the estimated total budget allocation that addresses



these activities?


5,000 € (NOFIMA)


N/A (MHI)


8,000 € (SYSAAF)


5,000 € (INRA)

3
0 (for all partners)

. How many person/months (estimated) are allocated to researchers



with a background in social sciences3, to perform your tasks for

the project ?


1 - Ex-ante or ex-post assessments (or contribution to such analysis e.g. cost-benefit/cost-effectiveness studies, etc…) of the expected impact of the knowledge and/or technology generated from the research (project, programme or framework programme), as well as analysis of the factors that would influence their exploitation (e.g. statistical indicators, standardisation, ethical and regulatory aspects, impact on consumers and markets, public awareness/acceptance and understanding of science, political/societal and/or economic implications, etc…)
- Any type of models or tools to support the assessment of impact on society, economy and businesses resulting from the deployment of new services or technologies.
- Any research seeking both a better integration of Science in Society and Society in Science.
- Any type of research aiming at understanding the societal and economic phenomena (research in social sciences and humanities)
- Actions e.g. assessments, tools & methods, comparative research, etc to support the formulation and implementation of Community policies.
- Any type of activity involving scientist(s) with a specific background in social, political sciences or in economy (discipline approach).


2 - Any type of foresight, i.e. participative vision-building approaches, future studies and forward looking activities, including scenarios of the evolution of Europe’s potential in a related field, forecasting, prospective studies, forward looks, etc.


3 Domains of academic disciplines covered by the social sciences are: Psychology, Economics, Education sciences, Anthropology (social and cultural) and ethnology, Demography, Geography (human, economic and social), Town and country planning, Management, Law, Linguistics, Political sciences, Sociology, Organisation and methods, Miscellaneous social sciences and interdisciplinary.

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