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Final declaration REAix2019

...of large technology firms; strongly support all european firms which develop technologies and procedures ensuring individuals’ privacy; 3. To create a project-based Europe Modelled on the USA’s DARPA, create a Franco-German agency for cooperation on projects for breakthrough...

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Five urgent challenges for Le Cercle des économistes : Final declaration REAix2018

...countries’ status at the WTO 2.Rebuilding Europe Europe must be rebuilt around its fundamental values ​​with those who share them while preserving the economic and financial basis. We are aware that this could jeopardize the functioning of existing organizations. This is why we...

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12 proposals for a social compact of progress : Final Declaration REAix2017

...Fund to respond to industrial transformations Explore a European Jobs Union, with a European complement of unemployment insurance 12. Boosting the capital markets union project in Europe, and creating a European Nasdaq Forget about past debt mutualisation, but create safe EIB...

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The Factory-Free Economy

...attention of policy makers in North America and Europe. Some politicians have articulated alarming views, initiating mercantilist or 'beggar-thy-neighbour' cost-competitiveness policies. Yet companies that concentrate research and design innovations at home but no longer have any factories there...

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Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence 2015

...meeting was established. On Saturday, a number of specific, employment-related topics have been addressed. On Sunday, the speakers focused on the political debates in France, Europe and the rest of the world. The Cercle des Economistes then macde a concluding statement to bring the...

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Options for a Euro-area fiscal capacity

...macroeconomic surveillance, the creation of the European Stability Mechanism, liquidity provisioning by resilient economies and the European Central Bank and a process towards a banking union. However, a monetary union requires some form of budget for fiscal stabilisation in case of shocks, and...

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What if the Sun Also Rises in the West…

...rapid growth, but the United States, Japan and Europe still have a lot of advantages, including the training and qualification of their workforce, the significant financial resources available to them and the consistency of their social models. Find much more on the Rencontres' website...

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Should the G20 agree to current-account balance targets?

...was also no shortage of fancy explanations for European external imbalances, for example that everyone in Europe wanted to build a second house on Spain's beaches. To recognise that current accounts matter is however only one step. The harder ones are to determine what they should be, how to...

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The New Global Challenges

...groupings of countries: the United States, the European Union (which then consisted of 15 countries [EU15]), India, China, Japan, and a group of six Southeast Asian countries (Singapore,Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, South Korea, and Taiwan [SE6]). As measured by gross domestic product (GDP),...

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Global Capitalism vs Diverse Societies: Challenges for Europe

...pattern. There is therefore no such thing as a European society (or as European societies). The question then becomes, is this situation sustainable? Can a European variety of society persist at the age of global capitalism? If so, under what conditions? And if not, what can we expect from...

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