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AgirE, Anticiper pour une Gestion Innovante des Restructurations en Europe

  

The AgirE project was financed by the European Social Funds (Art. 6), and focused on the identification of new policies for the anticipation of restructurings and innovative practices at national and European level. 

The research was based on 25 cases, from a interdisciplinary perspective, with partners from Spain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, UK, France, Belgium, Germany, with links in the new EU countries.

Scientific Coordination: Marie-Ange Moreau, Professor of Comparative Social Law at the European University Institute. 

The AgirE project expired on 15 February 2008 and was closed on 30 May 2008. For further information on the project and the partnership see AgirE.

  

Outcome

The final report was submitted to the ESF and the EU Commission on 30 May by the Groupe Alpha, project manager:

 

Publications

 

Workshops and Conferences

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