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The Rhineland-Palatinate Innovation Agency was co-developed by Prognos in 2022. Prognos has continued to support the innovation agency throughout the start of its operational work.
For the Association of Private Health Insurance, Prognos supports and evaluates the develop-ment of the “Early happiness: Discovering nutrition together” programme.
With the “Success Factor Family” business programme, the BMFSFJ, together with the leading associations of the German economy and the DGB, is committed to a family-conscious work-place.
By the year 2027, Germany will need around 470,000 additional all-day places for primary school-aged children. On behalf of the Family Ministry, we examined how this will be achieved.
Calculations on inflation-related additional private household expenditure and the work of the Federal Government's relief package.
Innovation is more and more frequently emerging across regions and industries. Together with IMP³ROVE, we developed a strategy for the Hamburg Metropolitan Region (MRH) including out-standing innovation projects.
How does the expansion of the digital infrastructure affect regional innovation strength? The IID.2022 provides clarification.
Study compares “boomers” and Generation Z: high need for security for young and old alike.
What is the public share of climate protection investment? An investigation for the KfW.
On behalf of the Saarland State Chancellery, we have assisted with the update of the Saarland innovation strategy and have prepared the strategy paper, “StrategyPlus 2021–2023".
On behalf of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia’s Ministry for Children, Family, Refugees, and Integration, Prognos is evaluating the changes that the amended Children's Education Act (KiBiz) will have on day care.
The hubs are designed to contribute to the development of a digital start-up ecosystem in North Rhine-Westphalia. They have achieved this, as our evaluation for the region's Ministry of Economic Affairs shows.
For the building industry, climate protection is moving into the centre. Because it is one of the largest consumers of resources and energy. Study for the Future Council of the vbw.
The 43rd Family Research Monitor presents new figures, facts and study results on the situation of single and separated parents in Germany.
Experiences and new impulses for company reconciliation policy.
The population in Central Germany is shrinking, aging, and requires increasing levels of care. However, the industries in focus have leverage – especially in cities.
Family education and family counselling facilities in Germany have a wide reach and support people in different social situations. This is shown in a study for the BMFSFJ.
How can greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector be reduced?
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