CSIL expands its offer through a partnership with ARCHE’
CSIL thanks to its cooperation with ARCHE' can now offer its clients assistance in the areas of mergers & acquisitions; appraisals of businesses, assets and corporations; business reorganisation processes; fund raising projects more info
CSIL together with the University of Milan organised the fourth edition of the Milan Summer School on: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment projects. The new Programming Period 2014-2020.
September 9-12, 2014
For more information: Summer School 2014
The European Investment Bank Institute (EIB Institute) recently has awarded CSIL a research grant as partner in a consortium led by the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods (DEMM) of the University of Milan, and including the Departments of Physics of the University of Milan. The research topic is the Cost/Benefit Analysis in the Research, Development and Innovation Sector (for further details see http://www.eiburs.unimi.it).
CSIL experts are currently updating the Guide to Cost Benefit Analysis of EU Investment Projects, on behalf of the European Commission, Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy.
CSIL has organized a seminar on cost-benefit analysis of railway investments for PKP POLSKIE LINIE KOLEJOWE S.A. It focused on the rail investment sector, while discussing the new orientations of the Cohesion Policy 2014-2020.
CSIL thanks to its cooperation with ARCHE’ can now offer its clients assistance in the areas of mergers & acquisitions; appraisals of businesses, assets and corporations; business reorganisation processes; fund raising projects
CSIL was invited to join the workshop on "a place-based approach for areas far away from basic services", jointly organised by the Commission and the Italian presidency of the Council. CSIL presented evidence collected within the framework of a recent study.
CSIL experts illustrated the main results of latest analysis and forecsts for the global furniture scenario as well as prospects and opportunities on the most promising furniture markets in Africa more info