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BCS Programme – Consumer survey in Romania, Industry and Construction surveys in Spain – 2022

The Joint Harmonised European Union Programme of Business and Consumer Surveys (BCS) constitutes an essential tool for the European Commission in fulfilling its Treaty-based obligations of surveillance of the EU economies. The BCS programme was set up based on the Commission's institutional prerogatives and constitutes an important source for decision-making of EU economic policy makers.

2022-01-28
160,000 euro
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Institution European Commission
Sectors
Beneficiaries
Regions Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Switzerland

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Priorities and funded actions

Obectives

  • To gather information on the state of the economies in the EU Member States and Candidate Countries, in order to be able to compare their business cycles for EMU (Economic and Monetary Union) management purposes
  • To establish a long-term co-operation on a joint financing basis with the successful applicants

Priorities

Priority 1 – the principle of harmonisation:

  • the use by all national institutes of the same harmonised questionnaires
  • the conduct of the national surveys, and transmission of the results, according to a common timetable
  • ensuring high response rates for the harmonised EU questions

Among financed actions

  • Industry survey (for Spain)
  • Construction survey (for Spain)
  • Consumer survey (for Romania)
  • Ad hoc surveys on topical economic issues

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
  • Initial duration of the action: 12 months

Eligibility

  • Be legal entities
  • Be: national statistical institutes, research centres, companies, professional organisations/ associations, non-profit organisations, public authorities (national, regional, local), universities, educational institutions
Financement

Co-financing rate: up to 50% of the total eligible costs

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