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EU space economics and the global context

This assignment aims to perform an in-depth study to build an aggregated view of the Space Economy and identify trends, strengths, weaknesses and perspectives of the EU space sector in the global context and its spill-overs in the economy. The outputs of this study are meant to be instrumental in feeding and support the ongoing decision-making process related to the MFF 2021-2027, as well as to derive insights to further shape the EU space policy and associated R&I needs. CSIL leads the analyses for the socio-economic impact assessment of cost and benefits and contributes to drawing conclusions and recommendations on EU R&I policies. CSIL has been awarded this study as part of the work carried out within the Framework Contract on Ecosystem support for Copernicus and Space Policy, in partnership with SpaceTech Partners.

Client: EU Commission - DG SPACE
Client type: public
Year: 2021-2022
Consortium: SpaceTech Partners (leader); CSIL (partner)
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