Comparative Expert Assessment of Research and Development Activities
Comparative Expert Assessment of Research and Development Activities Carried out by Universities and Research Institutes
Comparative Expert Assessment (CEA) of Research and Development Activities Carried out by Universities and Research Institutes (further – Institutions) is organized by Research Council of Lithuania. CEA is carried out every 5 years and the results of CEA in 2023 will be used for allocating 70% of the basic state funding for R&D.
For the purpose of the CEA, the Institutions or its parts (further – the units of assessment) shall be assessed according 3 criteria: quality (weighting factor 0.65), economic and social impact (weighting factor 0.2) and development potential (weighting factor 0.15).
Legislation and related documents regulating the CEA: