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Talk: Unemployment in Europe - Implications for China?
 
 
Date: 31 March 2009 
 

The European Studies Programme and the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Hong Kong have the pleasure of inviting you to a talk by:

Prof. Michael Ambrosi
University of Trier, Germany

entitled

Unemployment in Europe: Implications for China?

Date: March 31, 2009 (Tuesday)
Time: 4:00 pm
Venue: M237, Main Building, HKU


The EU and China are facing high unemployment as the global financial crisis unfolds. Even before the current downturn, solving the unemployment issue has been high on the EU’s agenda. What does the EU’s past experience reveal? To what extent are Europe’s experiences of relevance? How does China’s problem of migrant worker unemployment relate to European experiences? How do the EU’s current attempts to support rural development compare to Chinese development schemes? Prof. Ambrosi’s talk aims to provide in-depth insight into these issues and seeks to stimulate further discussion.

All are welcome.

Click on this link to download the poster

For more information please contact Ms Christy Ho: chhristy@hku.hk 

 
 
     
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