Employment and Social Cohesion
AbstractThe EU is striving to create growth and jobs through a multilateral approach. In particular, measures improving the competitiveness of our economies, stimulating innovation and productivity and strengthening the marginal incentives to work are considered. At the same time, EU energy policies are a sustainable way of creating jobs and enhancing growth and are hence a part of the solution to the current economic crisis. However, is to be stressed, the longer-term goal remains the building of Europe’s future prosperity on the basis of a knowledge (cognition) economy.
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Date of creation: 01 Dec 2009
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knowledge based society; social cohesion; employment; quality of life; European Social Fund (ESF);
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