Special Report: Horizon Africa
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 experts, in partnership with Economisti Associati and CASE, have been awarded a contract by the European Parliament for a study on ‘EU industrial policy: Assessment of recent developments and recommendations for future policies’.
CSIL experts joined the XIII Milan European Economy Workshop organised by the University of Milan on June 12 and 13, 2014. The workshop discussed the preliminary results of the project “Cost/benefit Analysis in the Research, Development and Innovation Sector”, funded by the European Investment Bank Institute.
The European Commission, Directorate-General Regional and Urban Policy, has awarded CSIL - in association with T33 - for a service contract to determine flat-rate revenue percentages for the sectors or subsectors within the fields of ICT, research, development and innovation and energy efficiency to apply to net revenue generating operations co-financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) in 2014-2020.
The World Furniture Outlook 2014 Seminar organized by CSIL took place in Milan on April 10th, during the 53rd Milan International Furniture Fair iSaloni.