Key Exploitable Results

A Key Exploitable Result (KER) is an identified main interesting result (as defined above) which has been selected and prioritised due to its high potential to be “exploited” – meaning to make use and derive benefits downstream the value chain of a product, process or solution, or act as an important input to policy, further research or education. For the identifictaion of the KER’s the following criteria was applied: a) degree of innovation, b) exploitability and c) impact.

(Definition taken from  the Horizon Result Platform

Selected Milestones
  • Factsheets on Best Practice Examples (MS 8/2.2) Download 

Practice Abstracts 
  • C2.0_PA No.1_Q-Methodology  Download
  • C2.0_PA No.2_Farmer’s motivation for collaboration Download
  • C2.0_PA No.3_Transaction cost Download
  • C2.0_PA No.4_Collective approaches in FR and UK Download
  • C2.0_PA No.5_Successful Flower Strips Download
  • C2.0_PA No.6_Barriers to Collective Contracts Download
  • C2.0_PA No.7_Overcoming Barriers to Collective Contracts Download