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European Construction Sector Observatory: Feedback survey

The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) was set up in 2015 under COSME (EU's programme for the competitiveness of Enterprises and SMEs) to regularly analyse and carry out comparative assessments of the construction sector in all 28 EU countries towards the five thematic objectives (TOs) of the Construction 2020 Strategy:
TO1. Stimulating Favourable Investment Conditions
TO2. Improving the human-capital basis of the construction sector
TO3. Improving resource efficiency, environmental performance and business opportunities
TO4. Strengthening the Internal Market for construction
TO5. Fostering the global competitive position of EU construction enterprises   
ECSO publishes the following: 

Country Fact Sheets are profile of each EU Member State about market conditions and trends as well as national/regional strategies related to the five thematic priorities of Construction 2020.
Policy Fact Sheets are descriptions of national and/or regional policy measures related to the thematic priorities of Construction 2020, identifying the process of implementation and monitoring, the likely socio-economic effects on the various actors in the construction sector and the environmental impacts on society.
Analytical Reports are based on the individual country profiles and policy fact sheets, and other sources, which clearly identify issues and provide background information to formulate policy recommendations with respect to the socio-economic and environmental performance of the construction sector.
Trend Papers are short analytical papers on the key trends of the Construction sector. The Trend Papers aim to provide an overview of the specific trend and its update by industry across the EU. The Trend Papers also look at the policy drivers or obstacles for further uptake of the trends at the national and EU levels.    

To ensure that ECSO provides information and analysis of value to stakeholders, you are invited to complete a short questionnaire, which is divided into two sections. The first section contains brief questions on the quality and relevance of our publications. The second section focuses on communication preferences.  

Follow this link to the Survey:

Your feedback will serve to further improve and target the content of ECSO's reports to your needs and to use the most efficient dissemination channels to inform you about new ECSO publications. Your responses will be treated in a confidential manner.

Source: The European Construction Sector Observatory team