Evaluation and policy analysis

2022

Evaluation of the Centers of Excellence Measure

The study aims to assess the impact and effectiveness of the Centres of Excellence measures and, on this basis, to make recommendations for further activities with Centres of Excellence. The study aims to determine to what extent the Centres of Excellence measures have successfully strengthened the level of research, cooperation and competitiveness in Estonia and what should be done differently in the future.

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2021

The study “The sustainability of creative industries”

The goal of the study is to explore the different trends impacting the creative industries and based on these trends, create development scenarios or future scenarios are created to better understand upcoming trends. The future scenarios also serve as a basis for policy recommendations for the sustainability of creative industries.

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2020

Ajakirja Hea Kodanik mõjuanalüüs

Mõjuanalüüsi eesmärk on teada saada, kes paberkandjal ajakirja tellinutest seda tegelikult loevad, mida nad ajakirjast õpivad ja mis muutuks, kui ajakiri enam trükituna ei ilmuks.

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2020

IMPACTOUR

The IMPACTOUR project proposes to bring together Cultural Tourism (CT) related stakeholders…

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2016

Status of the Estonian Language

Institute of Baltic Studies, in cooperation with the University of Tartu, is carrying out a survey “Status of the Estonian Language”, which is designed to determine the situation regarding the status, learning, research, and development of the Estonian language.

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2015

Impact assessment of the Swiss NGO Fund (2011-2015)

The assessment focused on the 62 social service projects that were implemented with the Fund’s funding. The assessment involved interviews and consultations by the implementers of the Fund, relevant public sector representatives, project managers and partners, area experts and also NGO-s who had applied for but had not received funding.

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2012

Competitiveness of Estonian forest and wood cluster

The objective of study is to conduct an analysis of the competitiveness of the Estonian wood sector and identify success factors to lay the foundations at the national level to mitigate bottlenecks and strengths in the sector and provide quality information for decision making at the enterprise level.

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2009

Evaluation of the Participation Practices in Estonian Government

The aim of the project is to analyse and evaluate intensively participation practices in nine Estonian ministries during 2007-2009, prepare methodology and framework for similar evaluations in the future and propose suitable policy recommendations for improving the participative culture in public sector in forming publicly important legal acts and development documents.

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