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How Startups Transform the Economy

23 Jul 2015

In a seminar entitled: How Startups Transform the Economy, Neelie Kroes, The Netherlands Special Envoy for Startups, and Ms Sigrid Johannisse, Director of StartupDelta, addressed the issues of change, disruption and innovation, which they see as crucial elements for success in European economies.

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Climate Hero or Villain? An Analysis of China’s Plans for Low Carbon Transition

20 Jul 2015
Climate Hero or Villain? An Analysis of China's Plans for Low Carbon Transition, written by Joseph Curtin is now available for download.
 

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Costing Election Manifestos – Scaling-up Ireland’s Capacity

17 Jul 2015
On 3 July 2015 Laura van Geest, Director of CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis gave a keynote address at the IIEA on The Costing of Political Manifestos  - The Dutch Experience. Based on that presentation, this blogpost will try to answer three questions: How does the CPB independently cost election manifestos in the Netherlands? Is there a need for such a system in Ireland? How would such a system be introduced in Ireland?  
 

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The Future Belongs to Cities – but we’re not ready yet

01 Jul 2015

The importance of trust between citizens and government and the effects of urbanisation were central themes in an address to the IIEA by Chief Information Officer for the City of Palo Alto, California, Dr. Jonathan Reichental.

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The Priorities for the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union from July 2015–December 2015

01 Jul 2015

Luxembourg will assume the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 July 2015. Luxembourg’s Minister for Foreign and European Affairs, Jean Asselborn, presented the priorities for the Luxembourg Presidency at a TEPSA conference on 4 June 2015.

He identified the seven key priority areas of this Presidency as: migration, the economy of the EU, investment in the EU, social Europe, the single market, justice and combating fraud.

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