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Belgium-Brussels: Study on the Creation of a CMU Indicators Dashboard
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Study on the Creation of a CMU Indicators Dashboard
The purpose of this study is to link the proposed indicators with the key Capital Market Union (CMU) objectives, with a view to assess the progress made in specific CMU policy areas, as well as inform future actions. For example, these indicators could help flag potential shortcomings and/or help test the effectiveness of the current legislative and non-legislative measures.
The tasks are to be performed at the premises designated by the contractor. A maximum of 3 co-ordination meetings with the Contracting Authority will be held in Brussels. See procurement documents.
As detailed in the tender specifications, the tasks to be executed under the contract consist of:
— screening of the existing indicators, desk research and development of the methodology and data gathering techniques,
— data collection (quantitative and qualitative) and development of detailed methodology for CMU indicators (development of reliable, usable and replicable CMU indicators); the CMU indicators should be of 2 types: ‘outcome indicators’ (measuring to what extent the key CMU policy objectives have been achieved) and ‘input indicators’ (measuring the key factors leading to the achievement of key CMU objectives),
— empirical analysis (an econometric analysis to test how the input indicators perform in explaining the development of the outcome indicators).
See procurement documents.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See procurement documents and, in particular, the draft contract.
Section IV: Procedure
rue de Spa 2, 1000 Brussels, 'Poseidon' meeting room (SPA2, 00/201B)
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Section VI: Complementary information
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