Structural change

20 Kovas 2020

Technological drivers for change are interacting closely with other underlying long-term drivers of change, such as demographic shifts, globalisation and environmental challenges.Read more

Technological drivers for change are interacting closely with other underlying long-term drivers of change, such as demographic shifts, globalisation and environmental challenges. They are profoundly and irreversibly reshaping many aspects of the European economy, society and the world of work. The White paper on the future of Europe maps out the drivers of change in the next decade and presents a range of scenarios for how Europe could evolve by 2025.

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