- Let’s do it! S
- For Europe to become more economically competitive it must emulate the United States’ approach to enterprise. Surveying entrepreneurial attitudes in the US and Europe and comparing European countries helps us understand how to meet the American challenge.
- The Lisbon targets of making Europe the world’s most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy and reaching full employment by the end of the decade are unattainable, unless Member States take radical and enthusiastic action.
- A sea change in communicating science
- With their image of reclusive, white-coated lab boffins, scientists are notoriously bad at communicating their findings to the rest of society. Although the situation is improving, more needs to be done. In the information age, they have to get their message across better. But how? A recent workshop considered the dilemma.
- Living with growing pains
- A new report examines perceptions of quality of life in the enlarged European Union and finds that there may be more that binds than divides the 25 member states.
- Teach your children well
- European authorities have long recognised that a go-ahead society needs to instil businesslike attitudes from an early age. The problem comes in turning policy into practice.