Data management for the assessment of RDP effects
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The Good Practice Workshop organised by the European Evaluation Helpdesk for Rural Development, ‘Data management for the assessment of RDP effects’, took place on 13-14 May, 2020 Online.
The overall objective of this Online Good Practice Workshop was to reflect on the 2019 experiences in relation to data management with a view towards preparing for the ex post evaluation of RDPs 2014-2020 and identify necessary lessons relevant for future monitoring and evaluation. The specific objectives were:
- Exchange practices on how to identify and meet data needs in relation to evaluation and how to better use existing data (IACS, LPIS, FADN, FSS, etc.).
- Resolve specific data-related issues (double-counting, quality assurance, capturing of secondary and LEADER contributions).
- Identify needs for further support for Managing Authorities and evaluators in relation to data management and quality for preparing the ex post evaluations and future monitoring and evaluation activities.
- Overview of data management issues: Results from the preparatory survey - (Marili Parissaki, Good Practice Manager, Evaluation Helpdesk)
- Data for the assessment of CAP effects - (Sophie Hélaine and Pierluigi Londero, Head of Unit C4 and Head of Unit D3, DG AGRI)
- Data for the evaluation of socio economic effects: Experiences from RDP evaluations in Germany - (DE) (Andrea Pufahl, Researcher, Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute)
- Satellite samples in Italy - (IT) (Federica Cisilino, Researcher, CREA, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics)
- Data for the assessment of environmental effects of the agricultural policy: Experiences from research projects in Germany - (DE) (Norbert Roder, Researcher, Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute)
- Data for the evaluation of effects on emissions - (EU) (Dimitris Skuras, Helpdesk Expert)
- Improvements in the available data for the assessment of water abstraction and water quality - (EL) (Dr. Konstantinos X. Soulis, Researcher, Agricultural University of Athens)
- Concept of Functional Rural Areas - (Mariusz Migas and Marcin Zarzycki, European Commission, DG AGRI)