Impact Evaluation

Impact Evaluation of the Interact Programme 2014-2020

Duration: 06/2018-06/2019

Lead partner: European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde

The overall aim of the research is to undertake an impact evaluation with a focus on assessing the impact of a selected sample of Interact services.1) Harmonised Implementation Tools (HIT); 2) Electronic monitoring system (eMS); 3); 4) Harmonised Interreg branding; and 5) Support to the implementation of macro-regional strategies. A variety of methods and tools were used, including interviews, focus group and online surveys. Results were presented in the form of a report and infographics.