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ID: SOE2972026
Start date: 1997-12-01, End date: 1999-12-31
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 39088
Last updated on: 1999-12-21
Active labour market policy, including measures such as further training, wage subsidies or the creation of employment outside the labour market, is often seen as too limited for combating social exclusion. To fundamentally approach the problem of social exclusion, more acting...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34623
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
The concept of technological practices directs policy makers’ attention from the supply-side to the demand-side perspective of the information economy. It also underlines that companies can benefit most when they combine advanced technology use with a bundle of social innovati...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34624
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
There is some evidence that the emerging information economy triggers a trend towards up-skilling. This trend cannot be related to the introduction of modern ICTs only; instead, as stressed several times, one has to highlight the central role of ICT-enabled organisational chan...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34620
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
As argued above, the greatest benefits from the application of modern ICTs appear when their use is combined with other organisational assets, such as new business strategies, new organisation structures or more skilled employees. The successful integration of modern ICT into ...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34619
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
The development of the information economy is based on two pillars: on the development of a new information sector and on the diffusion of modern ICT throughout the whole economy. While there is no doubt that being a leading producer of modern ICT will have a positive effect o...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34617
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
ID: SOE1971070
Start date: 1998-01-01, End date: 2000-12-31
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 39083
Last updated on: 1999-12-21
The argument that Europe has to find its own way to the information economy seems to assume that companies of all countries and regions in Europe have to apply more or less the same ICT-based restructuring strategies. Furthermore, this would imply that all regions are also con...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34626
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
We have argued that the effective use of modern ICT typically requires organisational changes and large investments in human capital. Intensive training is discussed as an important tool to combat reproduced and new forms of social exclusion. Policies to improve the applicatio...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34625
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
Our research reveals that ICT-based organisational restructuring might not be a positive sum game. Besides restructuring winners, we can also find groups of workers that are threatened by social exclusion risks. Various approaches have been developed to prevent or combat soci...
Programme: FP4-TSER
Record Number: 34622
Last updated on: 2005-01-14
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