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Within the European Commission proposing to invest €29 999 million in key infrastructures as a manner of generating growth and jobs across the EU, in line with the 'Europe 2020' Strategy, the aim of this workshop is to present the state-of-the-art regarding the economic and financial instruments available for assessing large-scale infrastructure projects: - The Infrastructure development to match the demand for transport - The improvement of the whole broadband network - The establishment of digital service infrastructure platforms - The development of the twelve infrastructure priory energy corridors Therefore, this STOA workshop should act as a forum for a debate among policy-makers, scientists, entrepreneurs and industry representatives presenting their vision of the advantages and disadvantages of the different methods available for assessing and financing large scale infrastructure projects, including the use of "Project Bonds". Perspectives must cover not just time and economy of the projects implementation, also quality and societal points of view should be exposed to truly assess if the benefits expected are materialising in all the designing and implementation phases. The workshop presentations will be staged by representatives of NETLIPSE , JRC -IPTS , DG Energy European Commission, Imperial College Business School and the European Investment Bank. Accordingly, this workshop will be able to give a complete picture of the actual state of the art in Large Scale Infrastructure Projects assessment which contributes to the efficiency development of the trans-European networks.
Information: Peter Ide-Kostic, STOA Administrator: email@example.com