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Does foreign investment drive reindustrialisation in the United Kingdom?
Does foreign investment drive reindustrialisation in the United Kingdom?
For decades, the United Kingdom has made attracting foreign companies a key aspect of its industrial policy. The country’s public authorities were convinced from an early stage that the penetration of foreign capital would have a positive impact on...
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Industrie du futur : regards franco-allemands
Industrie du futur : regards franco-allemands
En 2016-2017, la Fondation Jean Jaurès, la Fondation Friedrich-Ebert et La Fabrique ont organisé une mise en commun de la réflexion entre Français et Allemands sur l’industrie du futur. Trois séminaires ont réuni représentants des pouvoirs...
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How to successfully involve workers on the board ENG
How to successfully involve workers on the board ENG
The French agreement of 11 January 2013, established between social partners and relating to protecting employment, institutes worker representation on boards of directors and supervisory boards in companies employing over 10,000 people worldwide or...
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Risk and Precaution ENG
Risk and Precaution ENG
The precautionary principle is sometimes accused of creating an obstacle to innovation development, or even industrial activity. It is not so much its legal application that can pose problems for companies, as the erroneous invocation of the...
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Cultivating jobs locally or How companies get involved in developing skills ENG
Cultivating jobs locally or How companies get involved in developing skills ENG
Recruitment difficulties are generally understood to reflect imbalances between supply and demand on the labour market, also known as matching problems. The reasons for these imbalances are well known and occur at different levels. They can result...
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The French notion of filière and its uses ENG
The French notion of filière and its uses ENG
The notion of “filière” is often viewed as specifically French. There is no equivalent term in English. Some economists equate it to a commodity system that gathers all the stakeholders involved in producing, processing and commercializing a...
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Sweden’s shifting economic model ENG
Sweden’s shifting economic model ENG
While industry is in decline in most developed countries, Germany is generally held up as an example for its excellent performance (Hénard,2012). Yet another country, Sweden, seems to be doing better still. Over the last twenty years, both of these...
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Internationalization, business performance and employment ENG
Internationalization, business performance and employment ENG
Public opinion often associates the internationalization of companies with relocations, factory closures, more intense foreign competition, and more generally, the destruction of the French industrial fabric. An analysis of the most recent  studies...
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