Globalisation Programme

  • G Globalisation Programme, Redding, Michaels
  • Published 2010

Abstract

We propose a fundamental analysis of the consequences (and causes) of technology and globalisation for economic performance, building on our established expertise but using new types of data, methods and theories. We will explore how our national capabilities of innovation, skills, community and labour market institutions interact with and are changed by these driving forces. Such an analysis is the basis for sound policy recommendations to economic performance in a rapidly changing world. Given our track record we are confident that the future CEP research programme can deliver on this important and timely research agenda.

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@inproceedings{Programme2010GlobalisationP, title={Globalisation Programme}, author={G Globalisation Programme and Redding and Michaels}, year={2010} }