In November 2014, INESAN (the Institute for Evaluations and Social Analyses) conducted a survey, which examined the attitudes of the public to the issue of perception of the experience of industrial organisations with individual stages of the process of drawing subsidies from European Union structural funds.
The first outcomes of the survey include popularising articles bringing selected results. In the first article, attention was paid to the benefit of the cost-benefit analysis (CBA) for entities applying for subsidies from EU structural funds. The article brings information about the extent to which it is common in the Czech Republic (in paricular, in the segment of industrial organisations) to create and apply CBA results in connection with projects co-funded from the EU structural funds. The second article dealt with the attitude to the unification of criteria for assessment of project applications for subsidies from EU structural funds. The article focuses on the variety of assessment criteria across the existing operating programmes.
Also, the following information leaflets were created:
RELEVANCE AND ASSESSMENT OF ANNOUCNED CALLS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATIONS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
INTEREST OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATIONS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN SUBSIDIES FROM EUROPEAN FUNDS
Poster: Attitudes of applicants to the process of assessing project applications
The presented results inform about attitudes of applicants to the process of assessing and approving project applications. Emphasis is put on the presentation of attitudes related to key aspects of the assessment process, such as comprehensibility, transparency and duration of the assessment process, and selection of project applications.