Magazine article Screen International

Olsberg SPI to Lead EAO Incentives Report

Magazine article Screen International

Olsberg SPI to Lead EAO Incentives Report

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New research will look at what models of audiovisual incentive schemes in Europe are the most effective.

The European Audiovisual Observatory has commissioned a major economic study looking at the impact of film and TV incentives in Europe.

The new research will look at what models of audiovisual incentive schemes in Europe are the most effective.

Consultancy Olsberg SPI will undertake the analysis and lead the team for the report, including the UK's Landman Economics.

The report will evaluate how fiscal incentives attract foreign investment, from Europe and the rest of the world, as well as looking at impact on state budgets, local production , employment, and wider economic and cultureal policy.

The project has extra funding from the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.

The Observatory, part of the Council of Europe, has 40 member countries.

The study will be published in late 2014. …

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