Published on April 26, 2018
|Abbreviations and acronyms|
|The elusive quest for regional convergence?|
|Thinking global, developing local: Tradable sectors, cities and their role for catching up|
|Global trends and regional links: Jobs, clusters and global value chains|
|Macroeconomic frameworks and institutional factors for regional economic performance|
|Policy lessons: Productivity and growth in regions|
26 April 2018 Brussels 10:00-12:45
The launch event for the OECD report Productivity and Jobs in a Globalised World: (How) Can All Regions Benefit? was hosted by the European Committee of the Regions and the European Commission’s Directorate‑General for Regional and Urban Policy. The official launch and press briefing took place in the morning, followed by an in‑depth presentation of the report in the afternoon. The World Bank discussed the report and presented findings from the World Bank report Rethinking Lagging Regions in the EU: evidence-based principles for future Cohesion Policy.
For questions regarding the report, contact Alexander Lembcke (Alexander.LEMBCKE@oecd.org)
For questions regarding the launch event, contact Katarina Prokopic (Katarina.PROKOPIC@ec.europa.eu)
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