The Triple Challenge for Europe

54.12

Taal

Engels

Bindwijze

Hardcover

Oorspronkelijke releasedatum

15 oktober 2015

Aantal paginas

298

Illustraties

Nee

Hoofdauteur

Fagerberg Et Al

Hoofdredacteur

Jan Fagerberg

Tweede Redacteur

Staffan Laestadius

Hoofduitgeverij

Oxford University Press

Extra groot lettertype

Nee

Gewicht

610 g

Product breedte

157 mm

Product hoogte

25 mm

Product lengte

236 mm

Studieboek

Ja

Verpakking breedte

171 mm

Verpakking hoogte

240 mm

Verpakking lengte

240 mm

EAN

9780198747413

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Mens & Maatschappij Rechten Economie & Financiën Managementboeken Economie Politiek Innovatie & Disruptie Economische groei Internationale betrekkingen Internationale instellingen Boeken

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Europe is confronted by an intimidating triple challenge – economic stagnation, climate change, and a governance crisis. This book demonstrates how these three challenges are closely inter-related. A return to economic growth cannot come at the expense of greater risk of irreversible climate change. Instead, what is required is a reconceptualization of what is intended by ‘economic development’ and a fundamental transformation of the economy to a new ‘green’ trajectory, based on rapidly diminishing emission of greenhouse gases. This entails a much greater emphasis on innovation in all its forms – not just technological. Innovation policy must be placed at the very heart of industrial policy and indeed of economic policy more broadly. Other parts of the world are also facing varying forms of the triple challenge, and while the governance challenge may not be exactly the same as for Europe and the EU, Europe is uniquely placed to take the lead in addressing the triple challenge. While this may well entail certain costs in the short term, it will undoubtedly bring considerable benefits in the longer term. It should also encourage countries in other parts of the world to follow Europe’s lead in this transformation process, thereby ensuring that climate change is kept within manageable bounds. Addressing the triple challenge would thus provide Europe and its citizens with a new sense of purpose, revitalizing the EU and ’the European project’ over the decades to come.

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