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LECTURES spring 2007

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15 Feb 2007
PARIS

What Works among Active Labour Market Policies?
DAVID GRUBB
OECD, Paris
Directorate for Employment, Labour
and Social Affairs

15 Feb 2007
PARIS

Active Labour Market Polices in the UK -
Is the British Success-Story Coming to an End?

SHRUTI SINGH
Department for Work and Pensions
London

15 Feb 2007
PARIS

Flexicurity - The Danish Active Labour Market
Policy: Can it Be Copied?

THOMAS QVORTRUP CHRISTENSEN
Danish Employers Organization

10 May 2007
PARIS

Funded Pensions -
Pension Reform in the European Union

PABLO ANTOLIN
OECD, Paris
Private Pensions Unit

10 May 2007
PARIS

Pension Reform in the UK:
Facing the Challenges Ahead

GEORGINA HILL
Labour and Social Affairs Attache
British Embassy, Paris

10 May 2007
PARIS

The Politics of Pension Reform in Western Europe
GIULIANO BONOLI
Professor IDHEAP, Lausanne
Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration

11 May 2007
PARIS

Preparing Our Pension Systems for the Future:
The Case of Germany

JOERN WESENBERG
Deutsche Rentenversicherung
Berlin

11 May 2007
PARIS

Pension Reform in the Nordic Countries -
A Model for the Other EU Member States?

ARNE PAULSSON
Swedish Social Insurance Agency
Pensions Department

11 May 2007
PARIS

A Comparison of Pension Reform in the EU-27
What Lessons Can Be Learned?

MIKA VIDLUND
Finnish Centre for Pensions

15 Jun 2007
PARIS

Integrating Migrants in France:
What Measures Should the New French Government Take
to Bridge an ever Deepening Social Divide

HERVE LE BRAS
Director of Laboratory of Historical Demography
EHESS, Paris

 
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