The OECD was invited by the Laganside Corporation to analyse the impact made by the Corporation and its contribution to the economic and regeneration of Belfast. The OECD Team used four key factors to assess the Corporation: economic, leadership, governance and implementation roles.
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La organización del seminario está comprometida en diseñar la agenda de trabajo de la Summer School conforme a las sugerencias y enseñanzas de las ediciones anteriores y en función del perfil de los participantes seleccionados para la edición 2016 y de sus intereses específicos.
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This study forms part of the series of OECD Reviews on Entrepreneurship, SMEs and Local Development. These reviews examine the opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurship and SME development and the role that policy can play in case study regions, cities or localities.
The webinars will enable serious discussion on the concept of ‘local economic resilience’ in an informal setting that facilitates interaction and questions. The format will feature presentations from policy experts and a roundtable discussion with the audience.
The project will identify the policy levers and instruments that can be helpful in the design of strategies to accompany the transition to older local labour markets, and identify how national policy frameworks can best support these transformations.
This is the newsletter of the OECD LEED Programme.
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In this guidance note, we will focus on those factors influencing entrepreneurial education, which can be shaped by the school, that is, educational design, learning environments, the role of the teacher, and the school's collaboration with its surrounding environment.
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This Guidance Notes is addressed to policy makers, who work with schools on the introduction and expansion of entrepreneurial learning. The note is organised in three parts. It starts with a general presentation of the rationale for and several approaches on develop entrepreneurial competencies in general, and skills for entrepreneurship.
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the 2015 expert meeting on “Better Connecting the Skills System to the World of Work,” was jointly organised by the Kingdom of Cambodia’s Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, the OECD, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
The webinars enabled serious discussion on the concept of ‘local economic resilience’ in an informal setting that facilitates interaction and questions. The format featured presentations from policy experts and a roundtable discussion with the audience.