2 edition of European scenarios on technological change and social and economic cohesion found in the catalog.
European scenarios on technological change and social and economic cohesion
by [Monitor/FAST Programme, Commission of the European Communities?] in [Brussels?]
Written in English
|Statement||CADMOS, Netherland Economic Institut, Roland Berger.|
|Series||Monitor-FAST programme -- v.16, FOP -- 240|
|Contributions||Boeckhout, S., Fontela, Emilio., Morand, E., FAST Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||319|
In the last few years, Europe has been forced to re-think its socio-economic model. Social indicators speak for themselves. Real household income declined significantly between and , employment rates are lower and the number of people in poverty saw a steady rise with a growing divergence between EU countries. In the eurozone, cuts in public spending and internal devaluation . The socio-economic and climate scenarios were based on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change scenario framework of Shared Socio-economic Pathways (covering SSPs 1, 3, 4 and 5) and Representative Concentration Pathways (covering RCPs and ) to enable consistency and comparability across the different scales and contexts of the case.
OPINION on the Sixth report on economic, social and territorial cohesion, COTER-V, December , 13 p. European Economic and Social Committee. Opinion on the Sixth Report on economic, social and territorial cohesion: investment for jobs . The Revised Strategy for Social Cohesion (). Building on the first five years work of the CDCS, the Committee of Ministers has now adopted a more comprehensive definition of social cohesion and upgraded strategy to guide the Council of Europe’s social cohesion work during the next few years. The Revised Social Cohesion Strategy putFile Size: KB.
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It zooms in on EU regions and cities, draws lessons from cohesion spending during the crisis years and sets the scene for cohesion policy after Analysing the current state of the EU's economic, social and territorial cohesion, the Cohesion Report covers all our territories: Europe's economy is bouncing back but disparities persist between.
Every three years, the European Commission presents a report on progress made towards achieving economic and social cohesion and the part played in this by EU policies. For the programming periodcohesion policy is the EU's second largest budget item, with a total allocation of EUR billion ( prices).
The process of integration of Europe towards an Economic and Monetary Union has impacts upon regional disparities and social cohesion. The authors study (in the framework of a FAST-MONITOR programme) the implications of four long term scenarios for the future development of European institutions and socio-economic trends, and attempt to measure using a quantified model, their Cited by: Innovation, Growth and Social Cohesion is a highly readable, non-technical book which illustrates the basic concepts with plentiful examples and a wide variety of empirical material.
Students and scholars in the field of industrial dynamics and innovation research will find this an invaluable : Paperback. Economic and Monetary Union and Economic and Social Cohesion (ECO) Single Market, Production and Consumption (INT) Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and Information Society (TEN) Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship (SOC) Agriculture, Rural Development.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is organising a public hearing The European Semester and Cohesion policy – Towards a new European strategy post to be held on Tuesday, 11 Junestarting at a.m, that will bring together policymakers, academics and organised civil society representatives, with a view to.
’This book provides a comprehensive overview of the impact of the crisis and other recent economic and political developments on the European social model. Contemporary change is brilliantly put in historical perspective, in a way that allows us to understand the significance of current events.’.
The Future of EU Finances: the 7th report on economic, social and territorial cohesion Brussels, 9 October Today the Commission publishes the 7th Cohesion report, taking the pulse of EU regions, drawing lessons from cohesion spending during the crisis years and setting the scene for Cohesion Policy after New European socio-economic scenarios for climate change research: operationalising concepts to extend the shared socio-economic pathways relation to low so cial cohesion an d other social in.
social cohesion makes sense analytically (and empirically), then we would want to know how social cohesion itself develops, how it grows or declines, and how political decisions can influence social cohesion.
It is not so much social cohesion in itself that has captured my interest, then, but rather its potential for helping us understand a File Size: KB. on strengthening economic, social and territorial cohesion in the European Union: the 7th report of the European Commission (/(INI)) The European Parliament, – having regard to Article 3 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) and Articles 4,to and of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).
The principles of cohesion and solidarity – economic, social and territorial – are enshrined in the EU Treaty and are vital for EU integration. The Treaty of Lisbon stresses that “the Union shall aim at reducing disparities between the levels of development of the various regions and the backwardness of the least favoured regions”.
Cadmos () ‘European scenarios on technological change and social and economic cohesion’, FAST, vol. 16, (Brussels: CEC). Google Scholar CEC () The European Community’s research policy, Author: George M.
Korres. the European Unio n on regional structural change and cohesion. 1 The overall scientific objective of this project was to identify and explain in a cross- country analysi s the impact of European.
Economic, social and territorial cohesion Author: Marek Kołodziejski Subject: In order to promote its overall harmonious development, the European Union is strengthening its economic, social and territorial cohesion.
In particular, the EU aims to reduce disparities between the File Size: KB. This book looks into the prospects for societal cohesion in tomorrow's world. It assesses the long-run implications of continuing with the current set of policies, and examines ideas that may help societies strike a sustainable balance between economic flexibility and a cohesive social fabric.
This book gives a clear insight into the EC's efforts to reduce regional inequalities in Europe, assessing the effectiveness of key EC policies such as the structural funds. It also analyses regional income disparities within the EC, the effects of economic integration on Europe's poorer areas and the strategic options of the less-developed.
The Economic Implications of Social Cohesion Book Description: Essays examine the impact of social networks and collective action on growth and other economic outcomes, contributing to understanding of the interaction between economic processes and their social framework.
the OECD on the ‘role of entrepreneurship and innovation in economic prosperity and social cohesion’. This is a very complex and multifaceted topic that can be tackled and analysed from different perspectives. This indeed is the main purpose of this international conference which I.
Views differ as to whether cohesion policy is successful. On the one hand, the view of the European Commission is positive: in its Second Report on Economic and Social Cohesion it praises the effectiveness of current cohesion policies (EC, b).
On the other hand, some commentators take a more pessimistic view. For the purposes of discussion, these scenarios have been linked to the Lisbon Strategy and the European Social Model as contrasting (and, depending on one's point of view, contradictory) ambitions.
It should be pointed out that the scenarios, and thus the spatial and economic effects in the scenarios, were developed to explore the limits of Cited by: 6.The disconnection observed between social cohesion and competitiveness, therefore, is not so much a problem as an economic necessity.
However, the issue of the relationship between social cohesion and global competitiveness is not entirely irrelevant. The node-cities in the global network favour.ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COHESION.
The economic and social cohesion is an expression of solidarity between the Member States and regions of the European Union. This means balanced and sustainable development, reducing structural disparities between regions and countries and promoting equal opportunities for all individuals.