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  • Brexit et le budget de l'UE
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    Lundi 22 Mai 2017
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    Seminar - Brexit and the EU budget

    Although it was not the focus of much debate during the Brexit campaign, the question of the “bill” related to the United Kingdom’s departure from the EU is a key issue in the exit negotiations follow

    This seminar, co-organised by the Jacques Delors Institute (IJD), the Centre for European Re

  • La transformation numérique de l’École en Estonie et en France
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    Lundi 22 Mai 2017
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    Richard
    Venturi

    Education in Estonia: Bolstering Excellence with Digital Technology

    Modern education in advanced capitalist democracies is intended to be the great leveller for the social classes.

    Digital technology has added another dimension to this equation.

  • Projecting the Jobs and Skills of Tomorrow:  Developments in Occupational Outlooks
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    Jeudi 04 Mai 2017
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    Richard
    Venturi

    Projecting the Jobs and Skills of Tomorrow: Developments in Occupational Outlooks

    Perhaps the main preoccupation of governments the world over is ensuring their economies are up to speed and continue to grow, staying on top of technological change and ideally ahead of the curve in

    Of course, the most valuable resource of any country is its people.  Making sure job seekers have the skills companies and institutions require is therefore paramount for policy makers.

  • Le cybertariat
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    Vendredi 28 Avril 2017
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    Richard
    Venturi

    Cybertariat: The Digital Economy’s Underbelly

    Information technology and the digital economy built on it have without a doubt improved our lives in many ways, saving time and sparing drudgery for many.

    But a closer look reveals that though the proliferation of new technology has rewritten a lot of the job market’s rules and created many new ways of earning a living, the traditional dichotomy of l

  • Spending While Liberalizing: Boosting Reforms Through Fiscal Stimulus
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    Mardi 04 Avril 2017
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    Richard
    Venturi

    Spending While Liberalizing: Boosting Reforms Through Fiscal Stimulus

    Eight decades ago in the depths of the Great Depression, John Maynard Keynes sparked a revolution with the idea that aggregate demand driven by households, businesses and governments all spending is w

    The energy crisis of the 1970s and the subsequent stagflation and recession that hit Western economies at the end of the decade and in the early 1980s laid the Keynesian view low.

  • The Spinelli Fund: A European Compact for Skills
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    Mardi 14 Mars 2017
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    Vincent
    Aussilloux

    The Spinelli Fund: A European Compact for Skills

    The European Union will survive if and only if its citizens experience in concrete ways how it makes a difference in their daily lives.

    Many economists agree one such reform is ensuring the stability of the Eurozone through a fiscal union.[1] Though fiscal coordination within the zone i

  • Is a France Where Privilege Trumps Merit Inevitable?
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    Jeudi 09 Mars 2017
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    Richard
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    Clément
    Dherbécourt

    Is a France Where Privilege Trumps Merit Inevitable?

    How inheritances and gifts are taxed is set to become a major issue for French society in the coming years.

    The value of private wealth owned by French households rose significantly from the mid-90s to the mid-2000s.

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