Medium term employment challenges of the Lisbon strategy
AbstractThe focus of this study is the EU level and, as stated in the terms of reference, the findings are intended to contribute to the identification of reforms and policy measures which are potentially most significant for Europe to ensure growth and jobs in the medium-term. The adverse consequences of recession will be more easily surmounted in some Member States, while others will experience an enduring impact of the crisis that will call for more extensive adjustment to remain competitive and, in some cases, painful adaptation of priorities. In parallel, all Member States will have to encourage the development of new activities associated with adaptation to climate change, while also expanding services and products for older citizens
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