The USA and the Russian Federation: What’s next in the post-sanctions era
Petre Prisecaru ()
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Petre Prisecaru: Ph.D., Centre for European Studies Institute of World Economy of the Romanian Academy
Global Economic Observer, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1, 66-72
After the crisis EU has launched an ambitious reindustrialization policy to regain its competitive position and to stimulate its economic growth. Last year at the Davos Summit Klaus Schwab - WEF founder and executive president - promoted the concept and debates related to the fourth industrial revolution which involves rapid changes, many domains, great shifts and huge risks and will have a powerful economic and social impact.
Keywords: industrial revolution; revolutionary technologies; deindustrialization; social impact; unemployment; education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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