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Plenary session on "the Future of Work and Welfare in Europe in the Context of the Post-Lisbon Strategy"

by Amélie Guisseau last modified 21-06-2010 11:25

 Chairperson: KNIJN Trudie (Utrecht University)

Trudie Knijn (Utrecht University), The future of work and welfare in Europe in the context of the post-Lisbon strategy

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Key speakers:

  • ATKINSON Tony (Nuffield College, Oxford University), Poverty and the EU: the New Decade
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  • JENSON Jane (University of Montréal), Looking forward, looking back. Work and family in the new decade
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(Jenson - Nantes 2010.ppt 

Tony AtkinsonJane Jenson

 

 

The plenary session was followed by a round-table with representatives of the BEPA, the OECD and the EU Employment Committee, and representatives of RECWOWE workpackages.

 

Chairperson: PALIER Bruno (Sciences-Po Paris, scientific coordinator of RECWOWE) 

Participants:

  • BONOLI Giuliano (Institut des Hautes Etudes en Administration Publique, Lausanne, representative of WP01)
  • COQUET Bruno (Employment Committee), Europe 2020 Challenges
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  • GUILLEN RODRIGUEZ Ana Marta (University of Oviedo, representative of WP03)
  • HUBERT Agnès (Bureau of European Policy Adviser, BEPA), The future of work and welfare in Europe in the context of the Europe 2020 strategy
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  • KNIJN Trudie (Utrecht University, representative of WP02)
  • QUEISSER Monika (Head of Social Policy Division at OECD)

 

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