One of the most important networks of Panteia is the European Network for Social and Economic Research (ENSR).
ENSR is a network of institutes specialised in applied policy research. Panteia founded the Network in 1991 and is leading partner of the network. The network is active in all EU Member States, together with Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein) and the United Kingdom.
ENSR members have an extensive track record in the European Union in carrying out policy research aimed at collecting and analysing information in order to provide relevant support for policy-makers, as much for national as for international clients.
The ENSR research focusses on a range of topics in the social and economic field, including SMEs, entrepreneurship, employment and social security, inclusion and diversity, finance, innovation, export, diversity, internationalisation, administrative burdens, regional development sustainability, working and living conditions, and occupational health and safety.
The overall competence of the Network is strengthened by the specialisation of each member. The Network has a broad spectrum of qualitative and quantitative research consisting of macro-oriented, meso and sector studies, as well as micro-economic and small business management research. The scope of the work conducted covers studies as well as evaluations and impact assessments in line with the EU Better Regulation Guidelines.
Additionally, Panteia has set up two international experts networks: one relating to Occupation Health and Safety (OSH) and one relating to the Cultural and Creative sectors.