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The output side of policy-making, can be improved by strengthening the input-side and, in doing so, the legitimacy of EU policy will increase” (Abels 2002: 2). She notices three features of EU research and technology policy-making. Firstly, the system is heavily science driven and strongly relying on expert advice: “The Commission sets up and makes use of scientific advisory committees; it utilizes its organizational resources and experiences to decide who gets access to European policy networks and who doesn’t.
Such a decision-making process, not surprisingly, was the exact opposite of the idea of openness vis-à-vis the public and public participation. 2 How Does the Commission Handle the Challenging Problem of HESC?
Source: BioPolis Research 16% 14% 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% 0% Slovenia Czech Rep. Hungary Estonia Slovakia 94–96 Poland 98–00 Bulgaria Lithuania Latvia Romania 02–04 Fig. 2 Share of biotechnology publications in total publications (The line indicates the median for the ten countries in the period 2002–2004). Source: BioPolis Research 2 Biotechnology in Central and Eastern Europe: An Overview of Performance . . 19 1994–96 Fig. 3 Percentage of publications by biotechnology area, EU-25 and CEE countries, 1994–1996 and 2002–2004.
Exploring Central and Eastern Europe’s Biotechnology Landscape by Peter T. Robbins, Farah Huzair