Open Evidence, in consortium with London School of Economics and BDI Research, will conduct the study “Empirical testing of the impact of dual food quality on consumers’ choices” for the European Commission (JRC). The study will investigate how consumers’ purchase decisions are affected by the fact that the same brand offers seemingly identically branded food […]
Open Evidence in consortium with PWC, the Open University of Catalonia and the support of two European networks of social entrepreneurs (Euclid and Diesis) will conduct the project “Social networks and social entrepreneurship” for the European Commission (DG JRC-IPTS). The aim of this study is two-fold: (i) to create a European-wide network of social entrepreneurs to ultimately […]
This study is aimed at better understanding how innovation in the public sector, enabled by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), can transform governance systems and how governments can take advantage of emerging and future digital technologies to address systemic problems. The results of the study shall inform the development of a new conceptual framework for […]
Open Evidence, in consortium with the Research Institute of Economics – Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and EY, has been awarded a contract with the European Commission, Joint Research Centre for the development and piloting of a computer-based model that can assess the impacts of ICT-enabled social innovation initiatives promoting social investment in the EU.To address unemployment, poverty and social […]
The study, carried out on behalf of the European Commission Joint Research Centre, sheds light on scientific research within the EU that is funded outside the traditional funding systems and performed by both traditional stakeholders such as university governance, as well as new stakeholders such as the public sector, industry and the private sector. The […]
The project has the general objective of improving the applicability of MIREIA eI2-IAF by intermediaries of digital inclusion across Europe.
In light of shifting needs of integrated care, the study highlights the role of ICT in integrated care and the expected impact of ICT in terms of health outcomes and health care system efficiency.
The study comprises the definition of a set of input, output, outcome and impact indicators, as well as a framework to monitor the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (Digital Agenda for Europe flagship initiative) based on systematic review and case studies.
The study comprises a survey conducted in six Member States of the EU of 600 SMEs across different economic sectors on their use of Social Media and Social Networking, identifying drivers and barriers, and providing a holistic picture of the phenomenon.