Promoting Talent and Entrepreneurship in Europe: a Path to Growth
Unemployment is one of the main challenges which nowadays the international community is called upon to give answers, both in emerging and industrialized economies.
Although different nations face a different realities, Europe in particular is marked dramatically by this phenomenon, especially in its younger classes. Not only recession has drastically reduced employment figures, it has also sparked an historical transformation, both in terms of technology and reorganization of production systems worldwide.
The ensuing impact on the quality of labour and skills the market needs and will demand cannot be underestimated. The ability of public and private policies to attract talented workers and promote an economic system capable of sustaining entrepreneurship, as well as the creation and growth of new businesses through an adequate economic system, will be crucial to promote a shift back to sustainable growth that fosters employment.