News 2021
January
  • Moldova: Economisti Associati in association with the National Agency for Rural Development awarded an impact assessment study on World Bank-funded initiatives in the agricultural sector.
  • European Commission: completed the evaluation and impact assessment of VAT rules for financial and insurance services commissioned by DG TAXUD.
  • Montenegro: completed the 'virtual' fieldwork for the evaluation of EU assistance to Montenegro.
  • World Bank Group: completed the strategic review of the Conflict Affected States in Africa initiative.
  • European Commission: published the study on energy taxation indicators commissioned by DG TAXUD.  
February
  • EU Member States: launched targeted consultations with stakeholders for the study on VAT in the digital age commissioned by DG TAXUD.
  • European Commission: consortium led by Economisti Associati awarded another contract by DG GROW for a study on the construction industry (Trinomics lead firm).  
March
  • European Commission: grouping comprising Economisti Associati, Oxford Research and Wavestone awarded a new contract by DG GROW for an assessment of EU portals.  
  • European Commission: completed the evaluation of the Aid Program to the Turkish Cypriot community commissioned by DG REFORM.
April
  • European Commission: grouping led by Economisti Associati awarded a study on the implementation of the Late Payments Directive commissioned by DG GROW.
May
  • European Commission: consortium led by Economisti Associati awarded another contract by DG SANTE for the evaluation of EU legislation to ensure patient rights in cross-border healthcare (TetraTech leading firm).  
  • EFSA: completed the review of the Executive Director's Decision on Competing Interest Management.
June
  • European Commission: Economisti Associati completes the evaluation of EU assistance to Montenegro commissioned by DG NEAR.
  • Ghana: Economisti Associati in collaboration with Microfinanza awarded a new contract by the World Bank Group for the evaluation of the Digital Financial Services Project.