MILAN SUMMER SCHOOL 2014. The New Programming Period 2014-2020
The University of Milan in partnership with CSIL, Centre for Industrial Studies organizes the fourth edition of the Milan Summer School on: ‘Cost-benefit Analysis of Investment projects. The new Programming Period 2014-2020’. The school will be held at Palazzo Greppi, in the heart of Milan from 9 to 12 of September 2014.
The School targets a wide range of users, including desk officers in the European Commission, civil servants in the Member States and in Candidate Countries, staff of financial institutions, consultants and practitioners involved in the preparation or appraisal of investment projects. It is designed for professionals and researchers who are dealing with the programme and project management of the EU Funds and for decision-makers of major projects in the fields of transport, environment, energy and telecommunications, research, and urban development. A mixed audience with practitioners coming from different institutions (institutional and non) is particularly welcome.
The training methods will consist of face-to-face lessons and hands-on sessions.
All lecturers invited participated in the preparation of the new edition of the Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects of the European Commission, DG Regional Policy, with professor Massimo Florio (University of Milan) as Scientific Director. Speakers include:
- Gianni Carbonaro (European Investment Bank)
- Ugo Finzi (CSIL)
- Massimo Florio (University of Milan)
- Silvia Maffii (TRT Trasporti e Territorio)
- Davide Sartori (CSIL)
- Silvia Vignetti (CSIL)
- Witold Willak (European Commission)
For further information and applications, please consult the leaflet (PDF) and at the website:
Tel.: 02796630 ext.11