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'After the crisis - towards a sustainable growth model'

What Convention
When 13-01-2010
from 10:15 to 16:45
Where European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels, Belgium
Contact Name Veerle Raes
Contact Email vraes@etui.org
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by Amélie Guisseau last modified 06-01-2010 12:11

 

Conference :  'After the crisis - towards a sustainable growth model'

 

Date: 13 January 2010 from 10.15 to 16.45

 

Organised by: the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI)

 

The limitations of 'financial capitalism' have been brutally exposed by the financial and ensuing economic crisis. This has opened up a window of opportunity to propose and implement progressive reforms. The ETUI has brought together around 30 prominent critical and progressive academics and researchers to help launch a debate on setting an agenda for a reformed capitalism 'after the crisis'. Each has produced a short policy-oriented proposal in areas ranging from macroeconomic policy and financial market re-regulation, across labour market and social policies, to issues raised by the need for growth to be ecologically sustainable.

 

Authors will briefly present their proposals in thematic blocks as an entry point into a broader discussion with representatives of Brussels-based policymaking institutions, think tanks, academia and civil society actors about the reforms Europe needs to shift to an equitable and socially and ecologically sustainable growth model after the crisis.

 

Click here for conference programme.

 

Click here for the list of the authors.

 

Simultaneous translation will be available (EN/FR).

 

Venue:

European Economic and Social Committee

Rue Belliard 99

Room 62

B-1040 Brussels

 

Registrations: Advance registration is essential for security reasons. Please return the attached registration form before 6th January to Veerle Raes, European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), vraes@etui.org.

Click here for registration form.


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