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Record number 453758
Title Overview of the Systems Analysis Framework for the EU Bioeconomy. Deliverable 1.4 of the EU FP 7 SAT-BBE project Systems Analysis Tools Framework for the EU Bio-Based Economy Strategy (SAT BBE)
Author(s) Leeuwen, M.G.A. van; Meijl, H. van; Smeets, E.M.W.; Tabeau-Kowalska, E.W.
Source Den Haag : SAT-BBE / LEI Wageningen UR (Report Deliverable 1.4) - 23
Department(s) International Policy
LEI Internationaal Beleid
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) economische analyse - biobased economy - economische ontwikkeling - analytische methoden - economische evaluatie - systeemanalyse - europese unie - economic analysis - biobased economy - economic development - analytical methods - economic evaluation - systems analysis - european union
Categories Economic Conditions, Development and Structure
Abstract In November 2012 the Systems Analysis Tools Framework for the EU Bio-Based Economy Strategy project (SAT-BBE) was launched with the purpose to design an analysis tool useful to monitoring the evolution and impacts of the bioeconomy. In the SAT-BBE project the development of the analysis tool for the EU bioeconomy strategy is structured in three phases: scoping and definition of the systems analysis framework (WP 1); tools for evaluating and monitoring (WP 2); systems analysis protocols (WP 3).
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