Includes evidence submitted to Sub-committee A (Finance, Trade & External Relations).
|Series||Report / Select Committee on the European Communities. Session 1993-94 -- 7th, (HL). (1993-94) -- paper 43, House of Lords papers -- 43.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192p.: ill., tables ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
UNSPECIFIED () Growth, Competitiveness, Employment: The Challenges and Ways Forward into the 21st Century - White A and B. COM (93) final/A and B, 5 December Bulletin of the European Communities, Supplement 6/ [EU Commission - COM Document]. Economic and Social Committee of the European Community in the Run up to the European Council on 10 and 11 December APPENDIX: Summary of recent work by the Economic and Social Committee on Growth, Competitiveness and Employment. The paper focuses on competitiveness at the national level and on the impact of competitiveness on economic growth. We look at the relationship between competitiveness and economic growth based on the data from the European Union member states. The competitiveness of the economies is measured by the Global Competitiveness Index, which is published by the World Economic : Natália Zagoršeková, Michaela Čiefová, Andrea Čambalíková. competitiveness, growth and employment are closely interrelated,. and have been for some time. Over the last 20 years. the European economys potential rate of growth has shrunk (from around 4% to around % a year);. unemployment has been steadily rising from cycle to cycle;. the investment ratio has fallen by five percentage points;.
This book deals with the relationship between the competitiveness of countries in Europe and the analysis of macroeconomic imbalances. It focuses mainly on a European analysis, along with special studies of the German economy, which is rarely considered to be a Cited by: 2. Abstract. This paper makes an assessment of the homo-genous approach and policy measures towards SMEs, adopted by the White Paper on Growth, Competitiveness and Employment and by national policies in by: Paper "Growth, competitiveness and employment", drawn up on the initiative of Jacques Delors, which stressed that the development of education and training is one of the conditions for the development of a new model of more employment-intensive growth. The Essen European Council of December confirmed this in its conclusionsFile Size: KB. of the European Union Supplement 2/94 Growth, competitiveness and employment White Paper follow-up Report on Europe and the global information society Interim report on trans-European networks Progress report on employment Extracts of the conclusions of the Presidency of the Corfu European Council This document reproduces the employment report on.
Employment and quality of life 9 Durable and sustainable development 10 II. THE POSITION OF EUROPEAN ENTERPRISES IN THE FACE OF GLOBALISATION: DIAGNOSIS 10 II.1 COMPETITIVENESS: THE NEED FOR NEW DEFINITIONS 10 II.2 THE POSITION OF INDUSTRY: TRADITIONAL RATHER THAN HIGH GROWTH Singh, S. (), "Developing e‐skills for competitiveness, growth and employment in the 21st century: The European perspective", International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 11 No. 1, Cited by: 7. Employment and Competitiveness in the European Community Article in World Economy 7(1) - 62 April with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Competitiveness, growth and employment in Europe: the benefits of embracing equality in STEM Monica Passananti (left), postdoctoral fellow in physics, and Golnaz Roudsari (right), a PhD student in theoretical physics, at the Atmospheric Mass Spectrometry & Atmospheric Physical Chemistry Laboratory of the Physics Department of Helsinki University.