European Commission (DG REGIO)
COWI, Milieu, CSIL
The evaluation of the European Green Deal related aspects of EU cohesion policy is one of a total of 14 parallel studies analysing the EU’s cohesion policy from 2014 to 2020. The study covers various sustainability transition topics such as the promotion of energy efficiency, renewable energy, climate adaptation, biodiversity, resource management, and sustainable mobility. The project is being managed externally by COWI, CSIL and Milieu are partners along with Prognos.
In the context of this evaluation Prognos is responsible for
The project started in September 2022 and will run until February 2025.
In addition to this evaluation that assesses the contributions of Cohesion Policy spending during the 2014-2020 period to the climate and environment objectives of the EU, Prognos is involved in two further parallel studies on EU cohesion policy 2014-2020. Firstly, the evaluation of SME funding (led by CSIL) and, secondly, the evaluation of funding for research, technological development, and innovation, which is led by Prognos.
Project team: Daniel Gehrt, Richard Simpson, Vera Fuhs, Victor Wichmann, Anja Breuer, Dr. Stephan Heinrich, Nico Dietzsch, Michael Kutschera, Lorenzo Pelizzari, Nora Langreder, Tim Trachsel
Last update: January 2023
Senior Project Manager
In collaboration with Prof. Dominique Foray, Prognos compiled a policy brief identifying the potential of smart specialisation strategies for driving forward structural transformation.
Our study for the vbw compares electricity and gas prices for industry worldwide and provides a price development outlook up to the year 2030.
Crises continue to put global trade routes at risk. This study by Prognos and partners indicates the measures necessary to secure strategically important supply chains.
The EU’s C4T platform supports structurally weak regions in their transition to a carbon-free and resilient Europe. In this context, Prognos is responsible for establishing a scientific forum.
Increasing geopolitical tensions are endangering the world trading system. On behalf of the vbw, Prognos investigated possible consequences for the economy in Germany and the EU.
Eurostars supports cross-border research cooperation of SMEs in Europe. On behalf of the BMBF, Prognos analyses the effectiveness of the Eurostars-2 programme at national level.
DG Regio's new platform aims to help EU regions develop strategies to attract talent. Prognos is, among other things, leading the knowledge generation.
The monitoring systems of the EU Member States provide reliable data. A database on all funded projects now enables an analysis at EU level.
Prognos was commissioned to de-velop a methodological framework for the collection of economic data on the circular economy, climate change and bio-economy and its regular automated processing.
The European Commission has commissioned an examination of the embedding of EU-funded financial instruments for regional development in Germany and France. Prognos is part of the study team.
Prognos is one of the oldest economic research centres in Europe. Founded at the University of Basel, Prognos experts have been conducting research for a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors since 1959 – politically independent, scientifically sound.