How to Evaluate Socio-Economic Impact of Large Research Infrastructures?
Participatory workshop of the European Union funded project RI-PATHS held at ALBA, the 3rd generation Synchrotron Light facility. 28th November, Cerdanyola del Vallès (Barcelona)
“On Wednesday 28th November, ALBA hosted one participatory workshop of the EU funded project RI-PATHS for exploring inputs and impressions about how to measure the socio-economic impact of scientific facilities like ALBA. The workshop was conducted by the European Future Innovation System (EFIS) Centre, coordinator of the project, and Fraunhofer ISI, and counted with the participation of Massimo Florio, professor of Public Economics at the University of Milan and leading expert on cost-benefit analysis.”
Representatives from 15 European research facilities and LEAPS have been taking part in this workshop with the aim of exchanging and providing ideas and impressions to frame the impact assessment model that is being developed within this project.
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