CSIL is partner of an H2020 project aimed to develop a model describing the socio-economic impact of research infrastructures and of their related financial investments. Find out more
CSIL is partner of the project EOCIC, aimed to help Europe's regions and countries in designing better and more evidence-based cluster policies and initiatives. Read more
CSIL has recently concluded the Horizon 2020 project RI-PATHS: Research Infrastructure ImPact Assessment PaTHwayS. The final results of the project are available online and include a Research Infrastructures’ Impact Assessment Toolkit site.
CSIL has prepared an independent study to provide a comprehensive and unbiased understanding of the strengths and challenges of the European Organisation for Technical Assessment (EOTA) route.
A set of insight identified is available on EOTA's website, along with the full final report.
"Biomed Europa: after the coronavirus, a public infrastructure to overcome the pharmaceutical oligopoly", a new CIRIEC Working Paper by Massimo Florio, proposes a structural intervention to create an international, interconnected, transparent, science-informed, and publicly-funded research infrastructure for pharmaceutical and biomedical research – BIOMED EUROPA.
Massimo Florio and Chiara Pancotti authored a new open-access paper published on Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Physics.
On 22, 24 and 29 June, the RI-PATHS project team organised three free online webinars on “A European framework for socio-economic impact of research infrastructures: A way forward”. Representatives from research infrastructures, funding agencies, policymakers, and analysts contributed to the discussion.
The 10th edition of the Milan Summer School on Cost-Benefit Analysis will be held in 2021.
We will share more details about the event and application process as soon as possible.
Despite the postponement, the organising committee keeps working on the next edition.
We remain committed to offering a unique learning opportunity.
CSIL, together with Ramboll, completed the Ex post evaluation of environmental Major Projects supported by the ERDF and Cohesion Fund between 2000 and 2013. The study is available on the website of the DG REGIO
In June, CSIL joined the EBN, the international community of smart and specialised organisations. EBN is a network that connects innovators, entrepreneurs and SMEs.
CSIL is an affiliate organisation of the SBCA, the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis.