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Since both the use of the term 'evaluation' and the practice of evaluation varies very much from country to country, one may talk about different "evaluation cultures". If Europe as a whole is to become more competitive, the evaluation culture within the Union must become more unified - which is not to say homogenised - than is the case today; indeed, the Union's heterogeneity may be capitalised through the sharing of Member States' experiences. The proposed pilot initiative addresses this issue.

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