E@ECIPE
🇪🇺🇬🇧 "In short, economic geography and power politics suggest the UK will over time find a better relationship with… https://t.co/kt8ITUgWfl🇪🇺 initiatives such as the proposed Foreign Subsidy Instrument are defying the goals of the #TTC. It will increas… https://t.co/cNn98ZghKsRT Matthias Bauer @MatBauerEcon: We @ECIPE are about to launch a new research program on the EU's #DataAct Proposal. And we look for support in ter… https://t.co/11frBbScQz🌍How dependent is the #EU on other countries? @osguinea & @vanikashm5 tackle this question in a policy brief, loo… https://t.co/EDFrDid32tWhile the conversation around 🇷🇺 sanctions remains relevant, let's have a look at how 🇪🇺 could revive its economic… https://t.co/vla09ICd4Y
  • FOLLOW ECIPE
x
Browse

Facing the Challenges of Globalization – Electorate’s Responses in France and Sweden

June 28 2007
Venue: ECIPE, Brussels
Speakers: Maria RankkanZaki Laïdi
Time: 10:00

Globalization has put pressure on European governments to reform their economies. Yet change has been slow. Unemployment has been at unsustainable levels for decades. Sweden and France have recently changed governments and signalled a new direction for policy.

What policy have and will emerge from the new governments in these two countries? How will the French and the Swedish model fare in increased global competition? At this lunch seminar on the recent elections in France and Sweden, Maria Rankka, President of Timbro, and Zaki Laïdi, Professor at Sciences Po in Paris, will provide an assessment of the latest developments in Sweden and France.

The number of seats at this seminar is limited.

Location