The 'New Corporation' in Europe
22 June 2010 - 1 January 1970, Maelbeek Room, Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels
In this presentation, Dalia Marin explores the role of international trade, foreign direct investment and the opening up to the former communist countries as the driving forces behind the emergence of the 'new corporation' in Europe; she will also examine the challenges these changes in corporate organisation pose for trade policy and human resource policies.
This meeting has been developed to facilitate the flow of research and policy considerations between the researchers in the Collaborative Project: Science, Innovation, Firms and Markets in a Globalized World (SCI-FI GLOW contract number 217436) and European decision-makers.
- Dalia Marin (Universität München, Bruegel and CEPR)
- Discussion Meeting
- Maelbeek Room, Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels
- Open attendance
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