Alison Hunter is a Director and joint owner of a consultancy business – Economic and Public Policy Consultancy (EPPC). Based in Brussels for the last 10 years, she has over 17 years of consultancy experience, delivering public policy, research and analysis assignments for clients in Brussels and UK settings. Alison’s areas of expertise are EU regional policy (including regional innovation and Smart Specialisation), economic development, clusters and industrial growth. She is an experienced moderator, working with EU institutional partners and regional stakeholders, and covering event design, delivery and reporting. Alison also delivers senior capacity building support and advice on EU engagement to multiple stakeholders, and has significant experience is developing large-scale projects.
Alison is highly experienced in working with EU institutions, including a range of Commission services in the areas of Regional Policy, Research & Innovation and Maritime Affairs & Fisheries. She is also a Senior Adviser with a leading Brussels think-tank, the European Policy Centre, focusing on regional, innovation and industrial policy.
Scottish First Minister @Nicola Sturgeon sets out the case of why governments should prioritise well being !
EFIS Centre is delighted to have been selected in partnership with with Visionary Analytics, @Ecorys and @ZSI by @EUScienceInnov to deliver services over the next 2 years via a Framework Contract for Exploring, Documenting and Analysing R&I Policy Issues (EDAR).
The summary report on the outcomes of the RI-PATHS participatory workshops is published now (https://t.co/Swd1ZVlmuk). Check it out for more details on the shaping of a guiding reference framework for socio-economic impact assessment of RIs.