Data management for the assessment of RDP effects
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)