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The University of Waikato Management School is hosting a major international conference focused on academic research in Enterprise and Innovation, in Hamilton, New Zealand, from 7-8 July 2005. The OECD LEED Programme will take part in this event.
This international conference is organised by the Luxembourg Social Economy Platform in collaboration with OECD LEED Programme. It will bring together many well-known figures from the world of politics, socio-economic actors and representatives from civilian life.
This seminar is a unique opportunity to debate the results of recent entrepreneurship development in Bulgaria and will focus on the theme of financing entrepreneurship at local and regional level...
This conference took place on 22-23 September 2005 in Trento, Italy. It built on the interest registered at the Capacity Building Seminar in November 2004 to further explore the trends, opportunities and challenges that social economy...
This seminar will be a platform to debate the results of recent local governance developments in Lithuania in the light of experience from other countries, analyse the main obstacles met and identify ways to progress further.
The Forum for Development Agencies and Investment Strategies is a flexible tool for supporting the whole work of OECD LEED Programme. It is a channel for engaging city and regional actors, and articulating key city and regional perspectives.
This book sets out a potential response to two major challenges facing OECD countries: the "youth problem", or the need to ensure that young people can play a full role in society, and the need to foster entrepreneurship for job creation, innovation and economic adaptability...
El presente reporte cubre el tópico importante de los emprendedores jóvenes. Presenta algunos de los muchos programas de jóvenes emprendedores que han aparecido a nivel local en años recientes...
The central objective of the study is to provide policy recommendations to governments and development agencies on how best to attract, retain and embed IDI in targeted regions and localities.
This seminar will be a unique opportunity to debate the results of recent local governance developments in Latvia in the light of experience from other countries, analyse the main obstacles met and identify ways to progress further.