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Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

An Incomplete Recovery - Youth Unemployment in Europe 2008 – 2016

Fast zehn Jahre nach Beginn der europaweiten Finanzkrise ist auch die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit in Europa im Zuge der Erholung der Arbeitsmärkte weiter zurückgegangen. Bei genauer Betrachtung der Entwicklung zwischen 2008 und 2016 zeigen sich jedoch große Unterschiede: Vor allem einige süd- und osteuropäische Länder haben das Vorkrisen-Niveau ihrer Jugendbeschäftigungsquote noch nicht wieder erreicht. Ebenso bleibt die Integration bestimmter Gruppen junger Menschen in Bildung oder Arbeit eine große Herausforderung. Weitere Maßnahmen sind auf Ebene der EU und in Mitgliedsstaaten erforderlich. read more

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Social Justice in the EU - Index Report 2017

Rising poverty, youth unemployment and impending sovereign bankruptcies – Europe has been undergoing a stress test almost permanently since the financial crisis began in 2008. For a number of years, the opportunities for people to participate in society worsened considerably in most EU states. But now, almost ten years after the crisis, a new trend is emerging. read more

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Factory Europe

How is Europe integrated in today’s global value chains? What are potential challenges and risks European countries face with their specific position in globalised trade? These are the key questions being addressed in the new GED study with the Cologne Institute for Economic Research. read more

Vision Europe (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Winners and Losers of Globalization

This publication deals with the all-encompassing question of “winners and losers of globalization”. The goal, in tackling such a controversial issue, is to go beyond taking stock of the impact of globalization on economic, political and social systems around the world and to make policy recommendations based on sound scientific analysis. It therefore identifies a number of main features that characterize globalization and analyses them in separate policy papers: International trade, the challenges national labour and welfare policies face when confronted with globalization, and finally the growing difficulty faced by political institutions and governments in managing the consequences of globalization. read more

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

The German Mittelstand and the Israeli Startup Ecosystem

A study by the Bertelsmann Stiftung shows far-reaching potential in the close cooperation between German and Israeli businesses – efforts which, to date, have been underutilized. Highlighting Israel's innovative dynamism, the study also offers German businesses engagement strategies facilitative in securing potential Israeli partners. read more

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

The German Mittelstand and the Israeli Startup Ecosystem

Eine Studie der Bertelsmann Stiftung zeigt das hohe Potenzial einer engen Vernetzung zwischen deutschen und israelischen Unternehmen, welches bisher noch zu wenig genutzt wird. Gleichzeitig verdeutlicht die Studie die Innovationskraft Israels und zeigt Strategien auf, die den ersten Schritt hin zu potenziellen israelischen Partnern erleichtern. read more

Vision Europe (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Economic globalization – Who’s winning, who’s losing out?

Globalization has led to an increase of GDP for almost all economies involved in the global exchange of goods and services. However, due to changes in scarcity conditions within the individual economies, there are winners and losers of globalization within each country. In advanced economies, it is workers who lose out, in particular the low-qualified and those employed in industries which are competing particularly intensely with emerging countries. In emerging economies, the relative scarce factor (capital) suffers from a lower demand. The deciding factor for how globalization should be shaped in the future is therefore whether the dividends of globalization can be distributed in such a way that globalization’s losers can also benefit from the resulting gains in growth. read more

Institute of Public Affairs, Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Exit, voice or loyalty? Young people on Europe and Democracy

This publication presents the attitudes of young Europeans from Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia towards the European Union. The majority of youth see many benefits of EU membership and opt for staying in the EU and working to reform it. read more

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Values Education

Values play an important role in our lives. As representations of what is desirable, they provide an orientation for our actions and how we interact with each other. Shared and lived values are indispensable for living together in an open, diverse and democratic society. It is also important for a life in diversity to be able to deal with different ways of life and values. read more

Bertelsmann Stiftung (Publisher) (PDF)2017

Diversity instead of Exclusion

In 2015, one million refugees arrived in Germany. The Germans received them with great commitment - thousands of people welcoming and helping the newcomers. But Germany also showed a different face: attacks on refugee shelters, demonstrations against refugees and a liberal immigration policy, agitation in the social media. What do these developments mean for social interaction? read more

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