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domingo, março 19, 2017

Bens Transacionáveis e Desenvolvimento Sustentável

Eis um artigo preciso e conciso de Daniel Bessa sobre Investimento e crescimento em Portugal:  

"Portugal precisa de crescer, para isso precisa investir.  O crescimento é uma condição necessária, mas infelizmente (investir) não é suficiente para (crescer)".

... O Estado tem de investir em infraestruturas reprodutivas, serviços públicos de interesse económico geral, que gerem crescimento, isto é que respondam à procura ... As empresas têm de investir em ... bens e serviços ... transaccionáveis, que se consigam vender nos mercados globais...

ver mais em http://expresso.sapo.pt/opiniao/opiniao_daniel_bessa/2017-03-18-Investimento-em-Portugal

sábado, março 18, 2017

European Development Days 7-8 JUNE 2017

Bruxelas, 7-8 JUNE 2017

European Development Days 

European Development Days 7-8 JUNE 2017

Bruxelas, 7-8 JUNE 2017

European Development Days 

Monitoring São Tomé e Principe

Deadline:
Mar 27, 2017
Location:
Sao Tome and Principe
Languages:
Portuguese
Opportunity type:
Contract - Less than 4 months
Minimum work experience:
From 6 years
Sectors:
Monitoring & Evaluation
Expected starting date:
Apr 1, 2017
CCM Consulting Group Worldwide

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Qualification et Compétences
  • Une formation de niveau supérieur (BAC+4) en économie, droit, administration publique ou domaine équivalent
  • Portugais: Excellent en lecture et oral
  • Maîtrise des outils informatiques
  • Connaissance souhaitable des méthodologies « qualité » (ISO, TQM, …)
Expérience Professionnelle Générale
  • Une expérience d’au moins 6 ans dans le domaine du développement des capacités des autorités nationales relatives à la mise en oeuvre des projets de coopération
Expérience Professionnelle Spécifique
  • Une expérience d’au moins 6 ans (dont 2 ans en Afrique Subsaharienne) dans l’identification et la formulation des projets de développement des capacités (Cellules d’Appui à l’Ordonnateur National, Facilité de Coopération Technique …) dans les pays en développement
  • Une expérience dans une évaluation d’un projet de caractéristiques similaires au cours des deux dernières années sera considérée comme un atout
  • Une expérience dans l’évaluation des thèmes transversaux promus par l’UE sera considérée comme un atout
  • Une bonne maitrise des procédures du FED
In your application please specify that you found out about this opportunity on DevelopmentAid.org.
Veuillez indiquer dans votre candidature que vous avez consulté cette offre sur le site web DevelopmentAid.org.

UK, Brexit and the Current Account Deficit

The "gaping current account deficit" is part of the explanation of Brexit, hidden in plain sight, or is it site.

United Kingdom Current Account to GDP

domingo, março 05, 2017

Game over: The Inside Story of the Greek Crisis



George Papaconstantinou, former Finance Minister of Greece (2009-2011), presents and speaks about the topic of his new book Game Over - The inside story of the Greek crisis. The presentation explores the Greek Crisis and the broader lessons for Europe and the Eurozone
The event, organised by the Hellenic Observatory at LSE, took place on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 at the LSE’s Old Theatre. Hellenic Observatory www.lse.ac.uk

Six years since the Greek crisis erupted, Europe has been fundamentally transformed, while Greece is in its third bailout, still in severe social and economic decline. The book of former Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou tells the breath-taking story of this unprecedented period, and prompts a broad discussion on the decisions taken during the crisis and on the direction of Europe  and the Eurozone today.
Why were the causes overlooked for so long by European authorities and the financial markets, and why  the consequences so severe?
Were other solutions available?
Would Greece and Europe have been better off if the country had left the Euro?
Why were the experiences of other Eurozone (Cohesion)  countries like Portugal, Ireland and Spain so different from those of Greece?
Did European, Eurozone  and global institutions, and the creditors and debtors respond appropriately?
Have the Eurozone institutions been  since reformed adequately and are there now in place safeguards to ensure an external debt crisis  cannot happen in the Eurozone  again?
These questions and the themes discussed in the book are extremely relevant today as Europe grapples with its continuing economic problems and the rise of populism.