News from Space Economy
The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) aims to
gather quantitative evidence that the usage of Copernicus Sentinel data
provides an effective and convenient support to various market
applications.Over 20 case studies have b...
The inauguration of ESA's cooperation with Polish Kozminski University
under the "ESA Lab" platform took place on 19 February 2021. This
broadens ESA's research and educational facilities in cooperation with
European universities and research c...
In October 2020, Claire Jolly, Head of the OECD Space Forum gave a
virtual presentation on “The Impacts of COVID-19 on the Space industry”
to ESA.She explained how the crisis exposed some of the space sector’s
structural vulnerabilities a...
Post-crisis scenarios for the space industry [Feb/2021]
In October 2020, Steve Bochinger, Euroconsult’s Chief Operating Officer,
presented “The day after tomorrow: Post-crisis scenarios for the space
industry” to ESA.The purpose of this presentation was to give a
pre-crisis overview of the spa...
In October 2020, Luigi Scatteia, PwC’s Space Practice Leader gave a
virtual presentation of the study “Resilience of the space sector to the
Covid-19 crisis – Overview and comparison to other selected industrial
sectors” to ESA.The purp...
11 February 2021, 14:00-16:30An up-to-date overview of financial instruments to fuel growth for ESA’s ecosystem of SMEs and midcaps.European space start-ups, SMEs and even midcaps have a problematic access to risk finance and loans needed to fuel t...
In June 2019, a workshop on the “Economics of Science” was
held in Brussels during the Future Circular Collider Week (FCC Week) organised
by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
The purpose of the meeting was to exchang...
On November 9 and 10, ESA together with Metalysis organised an online workshop part of the Grand Challenge launched last December. The Metalysis – ESA Grand Challenge worth €500 000 and sponsored by UK’s Metalysis, will reward new miniatur...
In view of preparing Space 19+ and in order to inform decision makers
on the impact of their investment on the European economy and society,
ESA has conducted several studies to assess the socio-economic benefits
of its programmes.One of these ...
A closer look at the European Commission’s Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects [Sep/2020]
In December 2014, the European Commission published a “Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis of
Investment Projects” that aims to provide decision-makers with an analytical
tool to assess investment decisions and evaluate their impact. These guide...
In preparation of
Space19+ and to inform decision-makers on the impact of their investment on the
European economy and society, ESA conducted several studies to assess the
socio-economic benefits of its programmes.One of these assessments evaluate...
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