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An Agenda for a Growing Europe: The Sapir Report 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0199271481
ISBN-10: 0199271488
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"Bold in giving short shrift to the widespread notion in Europe that the gap in economic performance reflects a preference for a different social model. Still, it recognizes the central political dilemma: the long-term benefits of technology-driven growth, including higher standards of living, will come only at the short-term cost of disruption in jobs."--Strategy + Business


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André Sapir is Professor of Economics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and a member of the Group of Policy Advisers at the European Commission. Philippe Aghion, Harvard University Giuseppe Bertola, Università di Torino and European University Institute Martin Hellwig, Universität Mannheim Jean Pisani-Ferry, Université Paris-Dauphine Dariusz Rosati, Szkola Glowna Handlowa w Warszawie and Narodowy Bank Polski José Viñals, Banco de Españ Helen Wallace, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, and Sussex European Institute Marco Buti, Group of Policy Advisers, European Commission Mario Nava, Group of Policy Advisers, European Commission
Peter Smith, Group of Policy Advisers, European Commission
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Giuseppe BERTOLA (Ph.D., M.I.T., 1988) has taught at Princeton University, Università di Torino, European University Institute, Edhec Business School. He is a Programme Director of CEPR's Labour Economics programme and has worked as scientific advisor for the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and other organizations. His research focuses on labor and financial market structure and institutions from an international comparative perspective, particularly as regards their distributional impact and interaction with the European process of economic and monetary unification. He has applied similar methods to exchange rate and money-market policies, interactions between growth and distribution, households' durable consumption and borrowing, and educational systems. It is published in Review of Economic Studies, American Economic Review, European Economic Review, and other academic journals. He has authored chapters in Handbook of Labor Economics and Handbook of Income Distribution (North-Holland).

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