Since an implementing partner might have a bigger role than an associated partner, as they might recruit researchers, why do associated partners appear under Part A of the submission system and implementing partners do not?
Implementing partners have a bigger role, however, this was harmonised among the MSCA actions and associated partners are supposed to appear in part A for all actions. COFUND is the only action which has implementing partners and therefore it is slightly different.
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