The article published in The Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health critically discusses a behavioural economics’ approach in the area of health, focussing both on its theoretical foundation and the determinants of health access. Nudging – which refers to the framing of a choice set without restricting the available options – has been contested in health-related… Read more »
On 20 May 2014 Telecommunications Policy published “Collaborative approaches to public sector innovation: A scoping study”, conducted a.o. by Katarzyna Szkuta and David Osimo from Open Evidence. The article explores on the meaning of collaboratively delivering online public services, the success factors as based on the cases subject to the study, as well as the… Read more »
“Data is the new oil” has become a common expression for decision-makers, and mentioned in several occasions by VicePresident Neelie Kroes. A Google search turns up more than one billion results. But what is the data economy? How much is it worth? What are its key components? And how is Europe positioned? Today, both market… Read more »
Open Evidence won the tender on the “Study on the impact of marketing through social media, online games and mobile applications on children’s behaviour”, a study launched by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers – Consumers and Food Safety Unit of the European Commission. The study will shed light on the concerns about the… Read more »
The Final Report on Testing CO2/Car labelling options and consumer information conducted for the European Commission’s Directorate General CLIMA was published on 21 June 2013 and is available for download. The study tested possible new variants of car eco-labels and promotional material in experimental settings, providing policy recommendations on how to devise measures that contribute… Read more »
The European Commission published the Final Report on Benchmarking Deployment of eHealth among General Practitioners (2013) funded by Unit 4 of DG CONNECT today. The study comprised a survey among General Practitioners in 31 countries (EU 27 + Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Turkey) to measure and explain levels of availability and adoption of eHealth applications and… Read more »
The European Commission published a press release on the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs in the light of the World Economic Forum in Davos today. The EC reinforced its commitment to delivering digital training opportunities and jobs and called for increased participation in order to seize the opportunity to help “Europe drive the next ICT… Read more »
We have published the second intermediate report on the Digital Agenda for Europe – Engagement for growth and jobs –Lot 5 –ICT and Jobs & Skills as part of the work package 3. The study team developed a framework of output and impact indicators of the initiatives identified as good practices in the initial phase… Read more »
Open Evidence has won the tender on Integrated Care awarded by the Institute for prospective technological Studies (IPTS), one of the European Commission Research Centres. The study will highlight the role of ICT in integrated care and the expected impact of ICT in terms of health outcomes and health care system efficiency by means of… Read more »
In light of raising concerns about advertising practicies targeting children, the study examines childrens’ exposure to online marketing content in social media, online games and applications.
Futurium is the online platform launched by the Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology of the European Commission to enable a broad reflection on future European policies.
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 objective of this project is the evaluation and the feasibility study of the Kublai Initiative.