surveys

Survey Harmonization

Ex post survey harmonization is in a way a passive form of pooling research funding because you can utilize information from surveying that were made on somebody else’s expense. The aim of ex ante survey harmonization is to maximize the value from future retrospective harmonization; in a way, it is an active form of pooling research funding, because you benefit from money spent on related open governmental and open science survey programs.

Music Reports

Reproducible (automatically refreshing) advocacy reports, valuation and grant assessment reports, regulatory filings

Music Reports

Reproducible (automatically refreshing) advocacy reports, valuation and grant assessment reports, regulatory filings

Our Approach To A European Music Observatory

We want reduce data inequalities within Western and Eastern, Northern and Southern Europe, and contribute to a transparent data observatory that is inclusive for all.

CEEMID

CEEMID was multi-country project that was a predecessor of Reprex’s Digital Music Observatory.

Music Diversity & Circulation

Music diversity and circulation is a crucial policy and business goal for European music stakeholders. Most European creators work in small countries, often confined to the audiences of a not widely spoken language; moreover, they are in competition with the entire world via media platforms, streaming services and traditional record sales.