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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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Transforming France for dynamism and inclusion

...There is a big down side to US capitalism. In Europe With regard to reforms in ContinentalWestern Europe, and perhaps what I am going to say applies to Latin America as well, I would say that the overhaul of the labour code,which is what is expected to be undertaken in France, will help to...

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Europe: a success story

...now and to make the next steps towards a great Europe, we need a more united Europe and a more integrated Europe. Yet I don’t see that this is strongly backed in our democracies. To sum up, I would say that I can see no reason for changing the basics – the relationship between the welfare...

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The EU-US economic partnership in an era of globalization

...goods markets, and financial integration at the European level are among the main lessons raised in Europe from the American experience. Would only one aspect be emphasized, I would say that there is no other field than higher education and research where the excellence of the American model...

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