The Local Economic and Employment Development Programme (LEED), together with the City of Leipzig, is organizing a conference "Employment Strategies in Transition" to take place on 11 March 2002 in Leipzig, Germany.
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Note by the Secretariat Introduction The LEED Programme has developed a multi-year programme of work on social innovation and, in April 2000, launched the Forum on Social Innovations [DT/LEED/DC(2000)3/REV1]. This forum was designed to increa...
Globalisation provides new opportunities for devolved government. By tailoring economic policies to exploit local capabilities, regional and city authorities can often be more effective than central governments in meeting the challenges of tough...
The first International Congress on Local Production Systems (clusters), organised by the DATAR (French Delegation for Territorial Planning and Regional Action) and the OECD (Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development) ...
City Renewal and Health Making the Links Thursday 6th December 2001 to Friday 7th December 2001, Central London Health and prosperity go hand in hand. They both need and enhance one another. Leaders of the world's largest cities have ...
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The LEED Programme is dedicated to expanding its activities to reach out to non-member countries in the east and south. Currently, LEED is undertaking a series of seminars on clusters in transition economies in the framework of the Central Europe...
The aim of the workshop was bringing together some of the world's leading experts in the field of innovation research and regional economics in order to improve our knowledge on how regional innovation clusters work and how policymakers (particula...
Please find here a brief description of one of our regional territorial reviews and links to the OECD bookshop with further information on the publication.
Clusters in Transition Economies - Strategies for Innovation and Growth at a Cross-National Perspective.
The Central European Initiative (CEI) was founded by Austria, Hungary, Italy and Yugoslavia in 1989 and has grown to include sixteen participating countries. The primary goal of the CEI is to promote European integration and to assist non-EU memb...