Economic Policy in Complex Environments

The Innovative Training Network EPOC aims at advancing the state-of-the-art and the applicability of computationally intensive methods for decision and policy analysis and at using these methods in the domains of climate change and innovation.This agenda will be pursued by combining an interdisciplinary research agenda with an innovative European joint doctoral training programme.

Expected Results

Early Stage Researchers will gain expertise and skills in data science, network theory, agent-based simulation, and economic modelling, with focus on climate change and innovation, and will apply these skills in their individual research projects. The academic training will be complemented by Transferable Skills Training Measures, Inter-Sectoral Training Measures, provided by non-academic partners, and Career Development Training. Interaction with stakeholders, policy makers and the general public will play an important role in pursuing the EPOC agenda and disseminating the results.

Project Info
Funded by

European Commission, Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN

Start Date

01 March 2021

End Date

28 February 2025


48 months