AuthorsHudson, Robert Charles
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractHow can investment in the cultural and creative sectors sustain development and social cohesion? How can ICTs contribute to a growth in productivity, jobs and competitiveness, whilst improving social inclusion and helping to reduce the negative impact on the environment? Can regional and cross-border co-operation foster better integration and good neighbourhood relations? This said, is Europe lurching out of economic crisis into a new Cold War, given the wider implications of the Ukrainian crisis to European security? In the wake of the European financial crisis, how should we deal with the political and social dangers to European integration of a dramatic growth in youth employment and the rise of right wig extremism? How can we foster a European education? These are some of the important questions addressed in this book which seeks to critically address the opportunities for building a stronger European Union - one that relies on creativity, innovation and digital technologies whilst strengthening its basic values of freedom and society.
CitationDodovski, I., Hudson, R. C., Stefanovska, M, & Pendarovski, S., (2014). 'The Europe of tomorrow: creative, digital, integrated'. Skopje: University American College Skopje.
PublisherUniversity American College Skopje
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