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Deeper integration or the return of competences to member states? In November the EUI and the College of Europe (CoE) addressed the topic ‘Differentiation: A new pragmatism or the end of ever closer union?’ in their joint annual conference. Discussion papers and conference proceedings are now available online.
edited by Hans Peter Blossfeld, Sandra Buchholz, Jan Skopek and Moris Triventi
This volume, the third from the eduLIFE Lifelong Learning series, investigates how differentiation in secondary education might produce and reproduce social inequalities in educational opportunities and educational attainment. The editors bring together cross-national and country studies conducted by well-known experts in the field, and offer a novel approach to reconstructing educational careers so as to have a longitudinal perspective on the dynamics of inequality in secondary education.
edited by Bernard Hoekman and Dirk Willem te Velde
What should be the priorities for promoting services trade and providing services preferences for developing countries? This set of essays analyses the role of services, and especially trade in services, in economic transformation. Divided into three sections, the publication examines the role of services in economic transformation and on how the donor community could support productivity and employment through services policies; it looks at the need to improve data on trade in services; and it examines ways to support developing countries through trade agreements and preferential access to markets. This report is available in open access.
by Rainer Bauböck and Milena Tripkovic
What challenges does the current migration and refugee crisis pose to the traditional integration strategies employed by European countries? This volume, available in open-access, examines the medium and long-term impact of the unprecedented migrant flows coming into Europe. It focuses on four aspects of integration: citizenship and legal statuses; education; labor market integration; and cultural integration. This volume is available in open access.
edited by Youssef Cassis, Giuseppe De Luca and Massimo Florio
In this volume, economic historians, economists, and engineers combine evidence from the literature and untapped sources to explore the diverse historical paths explaining infrastructure finance in various European countries. Starting with a section on the general history of European infrastructure finance, the book subsequently provides in-depth examinations of the water, transport and telecommunications sectors. The authors’ insights and observations between theory and policy are informative for a broad audience of academics, policy makers and practitioners in these areas.