CSIL’s researchers presented the project RI-PATHS to the 13th EES Biennial Conference on “Evaluation for more resilient societies”. The meeting of the European Evaluation Society brought together 721 delegates from 76 countries, resulting in 22 workshops, 245 sessions and 700 presentations. CSIL’s researchers presented the results of a critical literature review carried out in the framework of the RI-PATHS project. The review outlined the most common methodologies currently employed for the socioeconomic impact assessment (IA) of research infrastructures (RIs) discussing how they can appropriately answer the questions that a socio-economic IA addresses. In Thessaloniki, CSIL also contributed to the debate on how to spur rigour for effective decision making with socio-economic impact assessment and presented the outcomes of an ex-post evaluation carried out in the last year.