Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

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Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

Assessing the macroeconomic impact of EIB activities

Economic research is important to help the EIB to quantify the results and impacts of its activities, at both the project and the more macro level.

The ReM framework

The EIB Results Measurement (ReM) framework has been developed to further strengthen the assessment, measurement and reporting on the results and impacts of the Bank’s operations outside of the EU.

Assessing impacts on jobs and growth

To assess the EIB Group and EFSI impact on jobs and growth in Europe, the EIB works with the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, using a macroeconomic model called RHOMOLO.

EIB partners with Global Development Network to study impact of projects in African Caribbean and Pacific countries

The EIB is partnering with the to study the impact of projects in sub-Saharan African, Caribbean and Pacific countries, under a new training and mentorship programme for local researchers. After training at EIB headquarters in Luxembourg the researchers will spend a year evaluating projects financed under the Bank’s Impact Financing Envelope. This will build skills and capacity in impact assessment in the regions and refine the understanding of EIB’s impact.