Risultati della ricerca:
The coronavirus crisis will severely hit the already weak economies of the region, after years of stagnation or slow growth. What will the effect be on employment in the context of a weak welfare state and for a region characterised by a rising brain drain? From the EU budget to the EIB, what European funds will be available for the region after the COVID-19 emergency? What are the sectors that will be most affected by the pandemic?
Are economic stagnation in China vs. recession in advanced economies good or bad news for Beijing? Will China be truly engaged in multilateral efforts to reboot the global economy? China’s image abroad: has it been really tarnished? Has the pandemic disrupted China’s Belt & Road? From Asia to Africa and Europe: will China revise its economic strategy?
On 24th February, ISPI held the second Executive Briefing entitled "The New Africa" at Palazzo Clerici.
During this meeting - characterised by a slim and interactive format - participants discussed about opportunities and economic prospects offered by two countries in particular: Ethiopia and Kenya.
On 14th February, ISPI held a first Executive Briefing entitled "The New Africa" at Palazzo Clerici.
During this meeting - characterised by a slim and interactive format - participants discussed about opportunities and economic prospects offered by two countries in particular: Nigeria and Ghana.
Are widespread automation and the transition towards the digital economy really destroying so many jobs? Or is the emergence of new positions, linked with the development of new technologies, going to balance the loss of the more traditional ones, as it has always been? What impact do new demographic trends have on all this? And, most importantly, how is work changing and how should demanded skills and rules governing the market evolve as a consequence?