Data, analyses and impact studies

Below are the publications, analyses and impact studies produced by ANR and its partners.

An atlas and regional summaries of ANR projects funded over the 2014 - 2019 period

Each year, ANR teams produce an atlas and regional summaries of the distribution and key figures of the projects funded by the Agency for a given period, excluding the Investments for the Future Programme (PIA). These summaries, presented during the ANR Tour, are mainly intended for scientific communities, research establishments and regional institutional players.

The atlas, produced at the national level, presents an overview of the participations and coordination of projects funded under the ANR Action Plan and the Generic Call for Proposals (AAPG) and presents the evolution of funding since 2014. Statistics describe the disciplines funded, the gender distribution within the projects, the institutions involved and regional collaborations. The methodology is explained at the end of the summary.
These same statistics are broken down at the level of each metropolitan and overseas region. The latest regional summaries produced present a characterisation of the projects funded under the AAPG 2019.

View the regional atlas of ANR projects funded between 2014 and 2019, carried out at the national level

View the regional summaries of projects funded between 2014 and 2019 (select the region concerned):

Territoires Ultramarins Occitanie Nouvelle Aquitaine Auvergne Rhône Alpes Bourgogne Franche-Comté Centre Val de Loire Ile de France Pays de la Loire Grand Est Hauts de France Normandie Bretagne

 

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Analysis of male and female scientists in the Generic Call for Proposals (AAPG)

Since 2017, as part of its commitments to gender equality and gender mainstreaming, ANR has been carrying out statistical analyses using data from its calls for proposals, in particular the Generic Call for Proposals (AAPG), the Agency's main appeal. These analyses allow the identification of possible gender biases in the evaluation of projects, and to identify lines of action to reduce gender inequalities in higher education and research.  

View the analyses produced:

"Male and female scientists in the AAPG, from 2015 to 2020" analysis

"Male and female scientists in the AAPG, from 2015 to 2018" analysis

"Male and female scientists in the AAPG, from 2014 to 2016" analysis

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