Inequality and migration

Inequality and migration

The analysis of migrations based on actual flows is useful but a new approach based on migration intentions delivers new insights, said Professor Michel Beine, University of Luxembourg, at a seminar organised jointly by the EIB Institute and the University of...

Institutional synergies needed to save cultural heritage

“When public funding is not available, we are faced with a stark choice: to bring in corporate interests or to see the site disappear forever”, said Francisco de Paula Coelho, Dean of the EIB Institute at the “Heritage for future” conference on...

SITolarships: a new initiative in support of SIT alumni!

The EIB Institute is launching the SITolarship Programme: a new initiative to support high-impact ventures in scaling up their impact. SITolarships will be open to all Social Innovation Tournament (SIT) Alumni – the entrepreneurs and innovators who have participated...

Action plan to save the Buzludzha Monument (Bulgaria)

The European Investment Bank Institute and Europa Nostra, the leading heritage organisation in Europe, have published a technical and financial report on the rehabilitation of the Buzludzha Monument in Bulgaria, listed among The 7 Most Endangered heritage sites in...

New research contract signed with Université Panthéon-Sorbonne

The EIB Institute has signed a new STAREBEI research grant contract with Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne on  “Determinants of firms’ financing conditions and investment policies: new evidence from survey data”. The research will last one year. This is the fifth...