During the years, an interdisciplinary group of researchers at University of Milan has developed significant competences in the analysis of socio-economic impact of RIs and CFs using a variety of approaches. These include both a cost-benefit assessment of infrastructures and their impact valuation on specific stakeholders (e.g. industry and scientific community). The group welcomes the opportunity to share its expertise and is happy to consider collaboration initiatives in the area of the economic analysis of research infrastructures and core facilities.
We consider the staff exchange programme as a unique opportunity for sharing expertise and experiences as well as expanding the ESRF’s network. ESRF is a highly multidisciplinary and multinational research institution where collaborative innovation is a core business.
CoP Webinar 9 September 2022 Socio-economic impact OF RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES: Things to consider Author: Evi-Carita Riikonen, ICOS ERIC Assessing the socio-economic impact (SEI) of European Research Infrastructure Consortia (ERICs) is being increasingly discussed as more ERICs are being established and