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This half-day conference aimed at presenting the results and evaluating lessons learned from the OECD LEED Entrepreneurship Review of the State of Sinaloa, Mexico, in the light of their applicability to other Mexican states.
This conference was co-organised with the Romanian SME Agency, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Stability Pact. Bucharest, Romania, 26 May 2004.
For the seventh year, the Central European Initiative (CEI) opens its doors to the business and financial community, focusing on the needs of entrepreneurs investing in central and eastern Europe. This event will address four main areas of interest running simultaneously across two days.
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Retirement incentives contained in old-age pensions and other social transfer programmes explain a sizeable share of past declines and current differences between countries in older males’ participation in the labour force. OECD Economics Studies No. 37.
Eurocities and the European Commission’s PAXIS programme have launched this pilot project to develop the concept of the European Day of the Entrepreneur (EDE) and to built on the experiences of the cities that organise entrepreneurial events at local level.
Youth Employment Summit (YES) Mexico 2004 will be an important milestone for evaluating global progress on youth employment where national strategies will be shared within the context of YES Framework for Action. The LEED Programme has been invited to participate in this event.
L'importanza dei sistemi di erogazione dei servizi di asset building, considerati condizione sine qua non per il loro successo. Questo studio analizza soprattutto le proposte di programmi indirizzate ai governi centrali, in materia di asset building.
The delocalisation of Italian businesses from the Veneto region to the Romanian County of Timisoara has given a new impetus to entrepreneurship development and job creation in the county...
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OECD Economic Outlook No. 75, ch. VII. After nearly fifteen years of transition, the countries of Central Europe have entered the European Union on 1 May 2004. This chapter examines the consequences of this event for the four acceding countries that are members of the OECD (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovak Republic).
Today, many workers have difficulty retaining their jobs and progressing in the labour market due to inadequate skills and qualifications...