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Author
Diankow Simeon (Kennedy School of Government Uniwersytetu Harvarda w Bostonie)
Title
Pogarszająca się konkurencyjność Europy
Europe's Declining Competitiveness
Source
Zeszyty BRE Bank-CASE, 2013, nr 127, s. 15-48
Keyword
Konkurencyjność, Kryzys gospodarczy, Edukacja, Energia, Demografia
Competitiveness, Economic crisis, Education, Energy, Demography
Country
Europa
Europe
Abstract
Najistotniejszym problemem Europy wcale nie jest zacieśnienie fiskalne (ang. austerity), ale kryzys. Jak sobie z nim poradzić? Co zrobić, by zapewnić Europie spokojną przyszłość i to taką, aby nie dotknął jej kolejny kryzys? Ale to nie kryzys i nie wyjście z niego jest tematem europejskiej debaty. Podstawą dyskusji o rzeczywistym europejskim problemie, czyli przyszłości, stało się zacieśnienie fiskalne. Klasyczny temat zastępczy. (fragment tekstu)
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ISSN
1233-121X
Language
pol, eng
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