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Title: The Short-term Statistics (STS) Council Regulation
Title (other): 11th CEIES seminar EU short-term economic indicators: meeting new needs - Part 1 ? Current situation: The Producers'
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Abstract
The analysis of the business cycle for the entire European Union and the Monetary Union for the purpose of economic and monetary policy needs European-wide aggregated statistics. Europe has generally chosen to obtain such European aggregates by combining national statistics. european-wide single surveys are rare exceptions. [Eurostat]
Table of Contents
The Short-term Statistics (STS) Council Regulation

1. Objectives of the STS Regulation
2. Contents of the Regulation
3. The STS Council Regulation as framework for complementary Commission Regulation
4. Practical application of the STS Regulation
5. Requirements for further developments of short-term statistics

Author: Schäfer, Gunter
Series Title:Eurostat - Working Documents ; 2001,4
Contributer: European Commission / Statistical Office (Eurostat)
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2001
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: KS-AN-01-004-EN-I
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: Statistical dataeconomystatistical method
Subject: Economics and economic researchProduction and productivityConferences. Seminars
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Turkey and the European Union: Just another enlargement?
Title (other): Exploring the implications of Turkish accession ; On the occasion of the ?Turkey?s EU end-game?? ; European Policy
Summit of 17 June 2004.
Abstract
The paper analyses the likely political and economic impacts of Turkish membership of the EU for the Union itself. It asks whether Turkish accession can be managed in a similar way to that of other enlargements or whether critics are right that Turkey is too big, too poor, has too dangerous borders and is insufficiently 'European' to join the Union. Turkey was officially recognised as an EU candidate in December 1999, and in December 2002, the European Council announced that if Turkey met its political 'Copenhagen' criteria by the end of 2004 it would open negotiations without delay. Since then, major political reforms in Turkey have promoted democratisation, and led to considerable steps forward in the area of human rights including minority rights and in the area of civilian control of the military. At the same time, reforms are not complete and there are particular problems in many areas of implementation of reform including in the human rights area. Turkey is a large country in population terms and a small one in economic terms. If Turkey joins the Union in 2015 it will have a population of 82.1 million, slightly smaller than that of Germany at 82.4 million. By 2025, at 87 million people, Turkey will be the largest EU member state and will account for 15.5% of the EU's total population. Looking forward to 2050, population is predicted to stabilise at 97 million - 17.7% of EU-28's total population. Today, Turkey's economy is just 1.9% of EU-25 GDP. Assuming average annual growth of 5%, it would be 2.9% of GDP on accession in 2015. Turkey's GDP per head (at purchasing power parity) is only 27% of the EU average. Given its small size, Turkish accession will have minimal impact on the EU economy. As a large poor country, Turkey will be eligible for significant budget transfers from the Union. Likely budget flows in the first three years of Turkish membership are estimated at a total of u008045.5 billion, i.e. around u008015 billion a year. Turkey's own contributions to th
Author: Hughes, Kirsty
Series Title: A Friends of Europe working paper
Publisher: Friends of Europe
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: demographic developmentEU expansioneconomypoliticsTurkey
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalDevelopment plans. RegionsPopulation dynamics
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: EU enlargement: How to reap the benefits
Abstract
This survey states that the overall economic impact of EU enlargement is likely to remain small. The new EU member states are very small compared with the 'old' EU countries and most economic integration has already taken place. The paper examines the reasons why only 42 per cent of the people in the EU-15 supported enlargement in May 2004 while 39 per cent were against it. Many people in the 'old' EU countries worry that the accession of fast-growing, low-cost economies could create enormous pressure in their countries. In particular, they fear that cheap Polish or Czech exports could price local products out of the market; that financial flows to the new member states could divert much-needed investment capital from West European businesses; and that an influx of low-wage workers from the East could push unemployment in the EU even higher. On the other hand, most West European companies are enthusiastic supporters of EU expansion. They expect enlargement to boost the sluggish European growth rate. They think that a larger EU will have a stronger say in global trade negotiations. They point out that enlargement has created the biggest single market in the western world, with GDP that can match the US and a population which, at 450 million, is 50 per cent larger than that of the US. Businesses also value the investment opportunities that come with integrating a bunch of fast-growing, fast-reforming countries into the more sclerotic EU economy. And they are looking forward to employing more highly skilled, motivated and lower-cost East European workers. The paper recognises that both sides have a point. Enlargement has increased competitive pressures in the 'old' EU and it will continue to do so. As businesses point out, this is exactly what is needed to shake up the slow-growing eurozone economies. But since these economies are rather inflexible, the adjustment costs could be substantial. The survey concludes that enlargement is unlikely to have a big impact on the 'old' EU. Econ
Author: Barysch, Katinka
Series Title: economicTrends ; 2/2004
Publisher: Centre for European Reform ( )
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansioneconomygrowthcompetitive capacity
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalDevelopment plans. RegionsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Enlargement: What can enterprises in the new Member States expect?
Title (other): Questions and answers
Table of Contents
Introduction
The economic impact of enlargement
Business environment (including regulatory aspects)
Support to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)
Impact of enlargment on different sectors in the acceding countries
Annexes
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Erweiterung
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: impactEU expansioneconomyenterprise
Subject: European Community budget and financial managementEconomic and social development
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Looking Forward: The Impact of EU Enlargement on the Chemical Industry
Abstract
On 1 May 2004, ten countries became members of the European Union. The addition of Cyprus, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland and Slovenia brings the total number of Member States to 25. Although the EU has successfully integrated new countries on previous occasions, this expansion is far more ambitious than any of the previous enlargements, not least because the economic gap between the EU and the new member states is substantial. For the new member states, membership of the EU is expected to generate economic changes in three important ways. It extends the Internal Market by driving the development of the four freedoms in all the new member states through implementation of a common body of EU legislation known as the acquis communautaire. This involves removing the barriers to trade of goods and of services, easing the movement of capital and reducing barriers to the free movement of labour within the EU. It offers access to EU funding to support development (but will require new member states to provide some matching funding). It also obliges the new member states to adopt the euro once they have fulfilled the Maastricht criteria. These changes have given rise to some important impacts affecting all firms in the chemical industry operating in the enlarged EU market: the size of the Internal Market has increased; economic growth, especially in the new member states, will be boosted, and competition between firms will intensify. This paper examines three aspects of the chemical sector: its current structure and performance, focussing especially on the situation in the new member states; how the enlargement process has already affected companies in the industry; and the key remaining opportunities and challenges facing companies in the future. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Fato, Saverio M.
Contributer: PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Chemicals Practice
Publisher: PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: chemical industryEU expansiontrade policyeconomymonetary union
Subject: European Community budget and financial managementChemical industry in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Die Erweiterung der Europäischen Union: Was bedeutet das für unsere Wirtschaft?
Title (other): Enlarging the European Union: What does it mean for our economy? | Élargissement de l'Union Européenne: quelles
répercussions sur notre économie?
Series Title: Das Europa von Morgen: Die Kernfragen | Tomorrow's Europe: The Key isssues | L?Europe de demain: Les réponses à vos questions
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Erweiterung
Year: 2002
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: employmentEU expansioneconomyenterprise
Subject: European Community budget and financial managementEconomic policy and planningEnterprisesEmployment and unemployment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Economic Survey of Turkey, 2004
Abstract
Turkey is at a crossroads. After hitting the most severe crisis of its recent history in 2000-2001, the economy bounced back and is now among the fastest growing economies in the OECD. A new institutional framework for monetary and fiscal policies as well as for product, labour and financial markets, infrastructure industries, and agricultural support opened a window of opportunity to escape from the three traps of low confidence, weak governance and high informality which underpinned the boom and bust cycle of the past and to embark durably on a higher growth path. Success will depend on fully implementing and completing the new policy framework. For Turkey to truly establish a new 'economic regime' for growth based on macroeconomic and structural policy renewal, it is of crucial importance that confidence in government policies remains intact. So far, the convergence with the EU acquis, and the close co-operation with the IMF and the World Bank have contributed critically to the momentum of policies. The recent recommendation by the EU Commission to start EU accession negotiations - if confirmed by the European Council in December - promises to strengthen the international anchors and could underpin Turkey's shift to a new economic regime. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Series Title: Policy brief / OECD, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Public Affairs Division; October 2004
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development ? OECD
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionmacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Étude économique de la Turquie, 2004
Abstract
Turkey is at a crossroads. After hitting the most severe crisis of its recent history in 2000-2001, the economy bounced back and is now among the fastest growing economies in the OECD. A new institutional framework for monetary and fiscal policies as well as for product, labour and financial markets, infrastructure industries, and agricultural support opened a window of opportunity to escape from the three traps of low confidence, weak governance and high informality which underpinned the boom and bust cycle of the past and to embark durably on a higher growth path. Success will depend on fully implementing and completing the new policy framework. For Turkey to truly establish a new 'economic regime' for growth based on macroeconomic and structural policy renewal, it is of crucial importance that confidence in government policies remains intact. So far, the convergence with the EU acquis, and the close co-operation with the IMF and the World Bank have contributed critically to the momentum of policies. The recent recommendation by the EU Commission to start EU accession negotiations - if confirmed by the European Council in December - promises to strengthen the international anchors and could underpin Turkey's shift to a new economic regime. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques OCDE
Year: 2004
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionmacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Economic Survey of the Czech Republic, 2004
Abstract
Following accession to the European Union the big issue for the Czech Republic is to strengthen growth prospects. Growth potential at present is somewhat above 3%, implying a moderate pace of catch-up to living standards in the EU and elsewhere. There is room for greater ambition in growth performance, and it is welcome to see this reflected in the programme of the new Czech government. This Survey underscores four main challenges. Fiscal consolidation is the dominant challenge for macroeconomic policy, and is not only necessary to cope with ageing and to bring down the tax burden but is also needed to fulfil euro-area entry conditions. A welcome programme of fiscal reform has begun, including proposals for a system of multi-year aggregate spending ceilings and significant expenditure cuts. However, to date, mainly revenue-raising measures have been implemented while the full impact of expenditure measures is yet to be realised. The attempt to secure broad political consensus on pension reform is commendable, but it must be underscored that whatever reform is finally implemented, it will have to bring considerable fiscal savings. Health-care reform also has to deliver savings, but concrete proposals have yet to be made. To facilitate assessment of the true fiscal position, extra-budgetary funds need to be more fully integrated in mainstream government budgeting procedures. Also, with the further decentralisation of public services, the need for good budgeting practices and accountability in regional and municipal governments is all the more important. The Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance have formulated a transparent strategy for entering the euro area, that foresees minimising the time spent in ERM II. Annual reports will assess the economic conditions in relation to the Maastricht criteria and a request to enter ERM II will only be made if the probability of a positive first assessment by the EU authorities is high. The choice of a 3% inflation target for the run-up to euro entry is justifiable on me
Series Title: Policy brief / OECD, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Public Affairs Division; November 2004
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development ? OECD
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionfiscal policymacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and social developmentEconomic and growth policiesPublic finance. Taxation
Countries Scheme: Czech Republic
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Title: Étude économique de la République tchèque, 2004
Abstract
Following accession to the European Union the big issue for the Czech Republic is to strengthen growth prospects. Growth potential at present is somewhat above 3%, implying a moderate pace of catch-up to living standards in the EU and elsewhere. There is room for greater ambition in growth performance, and it is welcome to see this reflected in the programme of the new Czech government. This Survey underscores four main challenges. Fiscal consolidation is the dominant challenge for macroeconomic policy, and is not only necessary to cope with ageing and to bring down the tax burden but is also needed to fulfil euro-area entry conditions. A welcome programme of fiscal reform has begun, including proposals for a system of multi-year aggregate spending ceilings and significant expenditure cuts. However, to date, mainly revenue-raising measures have been implemented while the full impact of expenditure measures is yet to be realised. The attempt to secure broad political consensus on pension reform is commendable, but it must be underscored that whatever reform is finally implemented, it will have to bring considerable fiscal savings. Health-care reform also has to deliver savings, but concrete proposals have yet to be made. To facilitate assessment of the true fiscal position, extra-budgetary funds need to be more fully integrated in mainstream government budgeting procedures. Also, with the further decentralisation of public services, the need for good budgeting practices and accountability in regional and municipal governments is all the more important. The Central Bank and the Ministry of Finance have formulated a transparent strategy for entering the euro area, that foresees minimising the time spent in ERM II. Annual reports will assess the economic conditions in relation to the Maastricht criteria and a request to enter ERM II will only be made if the probability of a positive first assessment by the EU authorities is high. The choice of a 3% inflation target for the run-up to euro entry is justifiable on me
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques OCDE
Year: 2004
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionfiscal policymacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and social developmentEconomic and growth policiesPublic finance. Taxation
Countries Scheme: Czech Republic
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Title: Attitudes of opinion leaders from the five largest new member states on business, health, and the environment
Abstract
This opinion survey covers the core areas of business and the economy, health, diet and the environment. Opinion leaders and decision makers in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania and the Czech Republic are confident that membership of the EU will bring material benefits to the countries that have just joined the EU but are worried about an increase in red tape. Many respondents canvassed in the survey were pessimistic about the ability of the EU to achieve the Lisbon targets, but most were confident that competitiveness would improve. Amongst the early winners were expected to be computer and IT services, as well as agriculture and food businesses. Boasting low costs and high levels of education in their countries, Central and East European software programming, e-business services and call centres are attracting investment from Western companies. A key strategic asset of these countries in terms of competing for this type of investment with the likes of China and India in the global marketplace is their location inside the EU's single market.[Urheber s. Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): IRB europe Independent Research Bureau
Publisher: Hill and Knowlton International
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionhealtheconomyenvironment
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEconomic and growth policiesHealth. IllnessEnvironment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The Impact of EU Enlargement on Member States:
Title (other): a CGE Approach
Abstract
This paper seeks to analyse the impact of European Union enlargement on accession countries and current EU as a whole, using a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model. Its aim is to provide an assessment of the impact of enlargement on the size and efficiency of firms and the varieties of products offered to consumers on the one side, quantify the macroeconomic effects in terms of welfare and factor prices (in particular wages) and gauge which sectors will be most heavily affected and in which countries production is more likely to relocate. It finds that the impact on current EU members is negligible, whereas accession countries will face huge and not always beneficial consequences. Future enlargement raises several concerns in current EU members. The huge disparities between accession countries and current member states in terms of per capita income will have several consequences. Regions currently benefiting from Objective 1 support risk losing EU structural funds, while such inequalities might lead to movements of people and/or relocation of labour intensive industries. However, liberalisation of markets has been developing for at last ten years up to now, and east-west trade patterns have already dramatically changed. The EU is already the main trading partner of the accession countries, and adjustments have taken place, mostly via FDI flows and plant relocation. In the same way, convergence will reduce competitive pressure and enlarge the markets. Lastly, limited migration flows are expected due to the high adjustment that cost immigrants have to bear and to negative network effects, and at least in the short run, by the institutional barrier to labour mobility. All in all the process should be rather smooth for current EU members. The potential impact is much larger for accession countries, which will join a hugely integrated area. It is difficult to assess a priori what will be the behaviour of firms, which will face a dramatic change in the scale of their playing field, in terms of investment, mark
Author: Bchir, Hedi | Fontagné, Lionel | Zanghieri, Paolo
Series Title: Working paper / CEPII ; 2003-10
Publisher: Centre d'Études Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales
Year: 2003
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionEuropean integrationeconomy
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic policy and planning
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Sussex European Institute - Working paper
Title (other): SEI working paper
Abstract
Founded in 1992, Sussex European Institute (SEI) is the leading research and postgraduate training centre on contemporary European issues. SEI has a distinctive philosophy built on interdisciplinarity, a broad and inclusive approach to Europe, policy-relevance at the academic cutting edge, and integrating the European and the domestic levels of analysis. [According to site editor's information]
Series Title: Sussex European Institute
Author (Corp. Body): Sussex European Institute
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Aufsätze (Einzelbeiträge)
Keyword: Political partydemocracyresearcheconomylaw
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalEconomic and social developmentLaw. Jurisprudence. Legal systemsPolitical science in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EPERN Working Paper
Abstract
Please note that the EPERN was originally launched as the Opposing Europe Research Network (OERN) but in August 2003 the Network was retitled to reflect a broadening out of the Network's research focus. EPERN Working Papers are therefore a continuation of the original OERN Working Paper Series. [according to site editor's information]
Series Title: EPERN
Author (Corp. Body): Sussex European Institute
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: democracyresearcheconomypartylaw
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalEconomic and social developmentLaw. Jurisprudence. Legal systemsPolitical science in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies
Abstract
The School of Slavonic and East European Studies is one of the world's leading specialist institutions, and the largest national centre in the UK, for the study of Central, Eastern and South-East Europe and Russia; it possesses one of the most important research libraries in its field. [Author vide copyright]
Series Title: School of Slavonic and East European Studies
Author (Corp. Body): University College / School of Slavonic and East European Studies
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Hochschulen und ihre Abteilungen
Keyword: SociologyContemporary historycultureeconomyEast Central EuropeSoutheastern Europe
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEconomic policy. Planning. Social policy. Social problemsCulture. Society
Countries Scheme: Eastern Europe. General ResourcesEastern Central Europe. General ResourcesSOUTHERN EUROPE
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Title: Policy brief
Abstract
Read these clear, concise summaries of country economic surveys and today's global policy challenges. [Author vide Copyright]
Series Title: OECD
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development ? OECD
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: surveyeconomypoliticsworld economy
Subject: Economic policy. Planning. Social policy. Social problemsLaw. Public Administration. Politics
Countries Scheme: Global Resources
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Title: CEPII - Working Paper
Title (other): CEPII - Working Papers
Abstract
The CEPII is France's leading institute for research on the international economy. The Centre's independence is guaranteed by its Board, which sets out the strategic guidelines for the CEPII's research. The Board comprises government officials, business personalities, trade unionists and academics. A Scientific Committee also validates the work of the Centre and examines its research methods, the publication of the CEPII's findings, as well as its joint projects with other institutes. Administratively linked to the French Planning Agency, the CEPII was created in 1978, and has a team of about fifty, including thirty economists. The CEPII's work, be it in international macroeconomics, trade, foreign direct investment or in the analysis of emerging and transition economies, very much stresses global interdependencies and their consequences for France and Europe. Partnerships with other French and foreign research institutes, along with major international organisations - especially within the European Union - help ensure the Centre's international exposure and contribute to the active involvement of French research in international debates on economic policy. The CEPII provides its expertise to public and private decision-makers, as well as to social partners. It has regular contacts with major French and European government organisations responsible for economic policy, with other public institutions (parliamentary assemblies, the Banque de France), and with companies. The dual research-expertise nature of the Centre's work and the variety of its partners make the CEPII a meeting point for research, business and government. Its work is rapidly available in Working Paper format, and is regularly discussed at international meetings and colloquia. The Centre's expertise is widely diffused in the press, and at meetings specifically targeted on issues of current economic affairs. The CEPII's publications such as the Lettre du CEPII (monthly) and Economie mondiale (annual) bring its research to a wide readership. The
Author (Corp. Body): Centre d'Études Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales
Year: unknown
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Sammlungen von Arbeitspapieren, Preprints
Keyword: Commercial policyresearchmacroeconomicseconomy
Subject: Economic analysis and researchTrade
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Deutsche Bank Research - Current Issues
Abstract
Current Issues The Current Issues series, formerly Frankfurt Voice, treats economic and societal topics of fundamental importance. Currently, the main focus is on issues such as global growth centres, questions and problems relating to demographic developments world-wide, as well as China's and India's growing economic and political status. [Author vide Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Deutsche Bank Research
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: demographysocial scienceeconomy
Subject: Economic policy. Planning. Social policy. Social problemsDemography. Population
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Linking the worlds of work and education through Tempus
Author (Corp. Body): European Commission / Directorate General for Education and Culture
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9157-486-5
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: educational mobilityEuropeuniversity level of educationeconomy
Subject: Teaching methods and programmes
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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