IMPACT ASSESMENTS Dossier Building Analysis of Alternatives Evaluation of legislation Analysis of future policy options

An objective tool to support your company case by case in view of anticipating impacts stemming from EU legislations.

 

With experience spanning from trade defence through substance assessments to competition cases, EPPA has a unique ability to combine socio-economic cost-benefit analysis with the political and policy objectives of legislation or regulatory decisions. Technical analysis of alternatives and substitution planning together with ex-ante or ex-post analysis are a core competence.

EPPA’s economic consultants conduct Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAs) in numerous regulatory and policy areas. SEAs serve as an evaluation tool that provides analysis – from a societal perspective – on the costs and benefits of policymakers’ decisions.

 

The SEA can support your case in the following areas:

  • Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS)
  • Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR)
  • Trade and Anti-Dumping cases.

EPPA conducts supply chain surveys and analyses the relevant market. With these inputs, we draft the SEA report, tailored to specific cases which implies:

  1. Identification of the likely stakeholders’ responses.
  2. Quantification of the economic impacts expected to occur as a result of a policy option.
  3. Monetization of health and environmental impacts.
  4. Analysing sources of uncertainties by conducting sensitivity analysis.

When required, EPPA defends the conclusions from the SEA before the EU and national competent authorities.

IMPACT ASSESMENTS Dossier Building Analysis of Alternatives Evaluation of legislation Analysis of future policy options

An objective tool to support your company case by case in view of anticipating impacts stemming from EU legislations.

With experience spanning from trade defence through substance assessments to competition cases, EPPA has a unique ability to combine socio-economic cost-benefit analysis with the political and policy objectives of legislation or regulatory decisions. Technical analysis of alternatives and substitution planning together with ex-ante or ex-post analysis are a core competence.

EPPA’s economic consultants conduct Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAs) in numerous regulatory and policy areas. SEAs serve as an evaluation tool that provides analysis – from a societal perspective – on the costs and benefits of policymakers’ decisions.

The SEA can support your case in the following areas:

  • Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS)
  • Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR)
  • Trade and Anti-Dumping cases.

EPPA conducts supply chain surveys and analyses the relevant market. With these inputs, we draft the SEA report, tailored to specific cases which implies:

  1. Identification of the likely stakeholders’ responses.
  2. Quantification of the economic impacts expected to occur as a result of a policy option.
  3. Monetization of health and environmental impacts.
  4. Analysing sources of uncertainties by conducting sensitivity analysis.

When required, EPPA defends the conclusions from the SEA before the EU and national competent authorities.

Areas of practice

Disruptive Technologies, Health & Lifestyle

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Disruptive Technologies, Health & Lifestyle

Nicotine Delivery Products
Collaborative economy
Medical Devices
Pharmaceuticals
Biotechnology
Textile materials
Innovation policies

Chemicals, Climate and Circular Economy

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Chemicals, Climate and Circular Economy

Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability
REACH
RoHS
CLP
Biocides
Industrial Emissions Directive
Food Contact Materials
Packaging and Packaging Waste
Waste Framework Directive
Sustainable Products Initiative
Substantiation of green claims

Agriculture, Food & Beverages

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Agriculture, Food & Beverages

Crop Protection
Animal Nutrition
Animal welfare
Veterinary Medicines
Fertilisers & Biostimulants
Agricultural Trade Associations
Digital Farming
New Breeding Techniques
Food Additives
Food Supplements

Trade & International Relations

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Trade & International Relations

EU Market Access
Trade Agreements
Anti-Dumping

Security & Mobility

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Security & Mobility

Artificial Technology
Infrastructures
Urban Mobility

Capacity Building

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Capacity Building

Analysis
Monitoring
Management Advice

Impact Assessments

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Impact Assessments

Socio-Economic Analysis
Analysis of Alternatives
Dossier Building

Training and coaching

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Training and coaching

European Training Institute

Areas of practice

Disruptive Technologies, Health & Lifestyle
Chemicals, Climate and Circular Economy
Agriculture, Food & Beverages
Trade & International Relations
Security & Mobility
Capacity Building
Impact Assessments
Training and coaching