A circular economy within a place-based approach as a means to a European full employment policy

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Abstract

The European Union developed a set of different policies to deal with different problems, such as macroeconomic stability, unemployment, inequality and the environment. However, these problems are interconnected and cannot be adequately addressed without an integrated approach that takes into account the different territories, which is possible within the existing EU institutional framework, as we shall argue while identifying the key European institutions necessary for doing so. But this integrated view has not been adopted so far. We argue that a normative circular conception of the economy provides a more adequate framework for advancing full employment within a place-based integrated approach while articulating the microeconomic, mesoeconomic and macroeconomic levels and/or all governance levels.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event1º Encontro Anual de Economia Política: A Economia Enquanto Realidade Substantiva - ISCTE, Lisboa, Portugal
Duration: 25 Jan 201827 Apr 2018
https://economiapolitica.pt/eventos/1o-encontro-anual-de-economia-politica-2/

Conference

Conference1º Encontro Anual de Economia Política
Country/TerritoryPortugal
CityLisboa
Period25/01/1827/04/18
Internet address

Keywords

  • Unemployment
  • Environment
  • European policies
  • Circular economy

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