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The Future of Manufacturing in Europe

The pilot project The Future of Manufacturing in Europe is an explorative and future-oriented study. It explores the future adoption of some key game-changing technologies and how this adoption can be promoted, even regionally. The analysis of implications for working life focuses primarily on tasks and skills, not only at the white-collar, tertiary-education level, but …
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Reshoring in Europe: Overview 2015–2018

Reshoring – namely the relocation of value chain activities back to the home country or its nearby region – has attracted an increasing interest both among scholars and policymakers. The European Reshoring Monitor is a collaborative project between Eurofound and a consortium of Italian universities aiming to monitor reshoring cases in Europe. This 2018 annual …
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European Competitiveness Report 2013. Towards Knowledge Driven Reindustrialisation

Despite the growth of the services sector, the industry must continue to play a frontline role in European economies. This study by the European Commission analyzes latest trends in the sector, ways of supporting the development of high value-added industries and the part that should be played by industrial policy. Click here to download the …
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Economic development in Africa Report 2011

The UNCTAD, jointly with UNIDO, has just published the Economic Development in Africa Report 2011, titled “”Fostering Industrial Development in Africa in the New Global Environment.” The report provides an overview of the stages, performance and lessons learned from previous attempts at promoting industrial development inAfrica. The study presents a strategic framework for future industrial …
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