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ABOUT

 

MODELING COMPLEX SCENARIOS TO BUILD PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS

Growing complexity and uncertainties in the global market require now, more than ever,
a rigorous assessment of opportunities and risks related to investments.

In-depth analysis of policy framework, economic structures and business climate
become crucial to drive timely decisions on projects' viability for all stakeholders
to pursue financial, social and environmental sustainability.

OpenEconomics responds to this growing need,
in a framework of independence, transparency and objectivity,
developing and applying advanced methodologies to evaluate projects' impacts
and contributing to build effective financing solutions.

 

WHAT

 

SPECIALTIES AND MARKETS

ECONOMIC MODELING

We desing and apply advanced economic models by adapting best practice methodologies to multiple markets on the base of their characteristics.

COST-BENEFIT AND EXTENDED IMPACT ANALYSIS

We assists large private companies and governments in evaluating the economic, social, and environmental impacts of policies, programs and projects.

BLENDED FINANCE

We support private investors in seeking financing gap-fillers from Government and DFIs for projects related to social inclusion and climate change in developing countries.

GREEN DUE DILIGENCE

We provide in depth analyses concerning all aspects of the environmental performance of corporate's entity and projects, with special attention to the contribution in mitigation to climate change.

 

HOW

 

IMPACT ANALISYS

INVESTMENT EVALUATION FROM THE LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS' STANDPOINT

OpenEconomics has a long experience in investment evaluation especially in transforming the industrial project from the point of view of the local stakeholders.

In line with the best practices adopted for the assessment of investment projects and economic policies by the multilateral organizations, including the World Bank, we use a Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Model to simulate the workings of the local economy based on the estimate of a detailed Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). The model included both representation of the local and the district economy.

ASSURED DATA SOURCES: A combination of GIS and OpenData certified datasets (WB, WEC, UN, National bureau, ...)

BEST IN CLASS MODELING: Advanced methodologies commonly used by DFIs and international development agencies

INTERACTIVE ANALYSIS TOOLS: a web platform (SYNESTATA ©) allowing effective analyses and powerful outcomes representations

END TO END PROCESS: An integrated workflow, from investment and regulatory scenario up to the outcome representations

CERTIFIED PROCEDURES: UNIEN ISO certification for development and application of economic, and environmental models

STANDARD METRICS: All the outcomes are produced according to the compliance to market standard metrics (SDG, IAS/IFRS, G4, GBP, ...)