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A Single Market for great startups and scaleups: have your say

Open Evidence is supporting DG GROW in its Single Market Forum, currently being held in Amsterdam to discuss the main barriers to scaling up in Europe. We are managing a far fetched online engagement strategy to ensure participation and policy input by entrepreneurs who typically do not participate in EU policy events. The most recent discussion… Read more »

Publication of “The Future of Work in the ‘Sharing Economy’. Market Efficiency and Equitable Opportunities or Unfair Precarisation?”

We are glad to announce that the review essay “The Future of Work in the ‘Sharing Economy’. Market Efficiency and Equitable Opportunities or Unfair Precarisation?” written by Cristiano Codagnone, Fabienne Abadie and Federico Biagi has been published and is ready for download in the European Commission’s JRC Publications Repository. This critical and scoping review essay… Read more »

Attend the workshop organised by InLife at the Med-e-Tel Conference in Luxembourg on the 7th April 2016!

How can comprehensive support for independent living and mobility of older people with cognitive impairments be achieved across Europe? What are their and their families/ carers primary needs, concerns and expectations from digital technologies and services? The InLife response to these questions and much more will be presented and discussed at the 1st InLife international… Read more »

Open Government Services: definition and taxonomy – 1st Webinar on 18th December 2015

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We are delighted to invite you to the First Webinar of the Open eGovernment Services Study. The European Commission has launched in August 2015 a new study devoted to the analysis of the new generation of Open eGovernment Services. The study is aimed to provide a robust and shared definition of Open eGovernment Services, assess… Read more »

How to encourage industry to participate in government innovation programmes?

Industry participation in government research funding programme is necessary in order to deliver innovation to the market. However, studies show that innovative companies are reluctant to participate in such programme, often perceived as bureaucratic. In the context of a EU study, we’re now looking (among other things) at factors that stimulate industry participation. What are, in your… Read more »

GIPO webinar on Interactive visualisations for making Internet Governance topics more engaging and explorable

We are most pleased to invite you to participate in the next webinar of GIPO webinar series on Interactive visualisations for making Internet Governance topics more engaging and explorable that will take place on 26th October, 15:30 – 16:30 CEST (13:30-14:30 UTC). The GIPO Tool will primarily gather categorical data that can be sorted into… Read more »

Emergence by Design webinar “How to Evaluate Social Innovation? ICT tools for Dynamic Evaluation”

The webinar is the second of two webinars planned within the scope of communication activities of the MD project. The aim of the study is to support promoters for social change by developing a community around new theory, practices and tools. The purpose of this second webinar is to present the ICT tools developed by the… Read more »

Do you want to work at Open Evidence?

We’re always looking for good people to join us. New projects come in, or sometimes people leave (mostly to go to work in the European Commission), and there is often the chance to find a part-time or full-time collaboration. We’re presently in need of people with the any of the following skills: – innovation policy analyst… Read more »