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... natural follow-up of the first two Monitoring Flashes (European Commission, 2018b and 2018c), which focussed on the participations and collaborations of EU Member States. This Flash provides insights on the participation of non-EU countries, i.e. third countries, to Horizon 2020, based on their status in Horizon 2020: Associated countries: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine. Non-associated third countries: countries that are not EU Member States and not associated to the Framework Programme. The cut-off date for the analysis data recorded in the Common Research Data Warehouse ...
... the integration of the region to ERA and Innovation Union. This study provides a comprehensive map of all state structures, adopted national strategies, legislation and budget dedicated to the areas of research and education, offering a clear view of current situation in all Western Balkan regions in general, focusing on Albania and Kosovo, including Serbia’s positive experiences. In addition, through a regional angle it tackles the factors that hinder the absorption of EU funds in education and research. Being a first of its kind, by comparing the WB countries current situation through qualitative and quantitative data gathered and analysed, the ...
... the integration of the region to ERA and Innovation Union. This study provides a comprehensive map of all state structures, adopted national strategies, legislation and budget dedicated to the areas of research and education, offering a clear view of current situation in all Western Balkan regions in general, focusing on Albania and Kosovo, including Serbia’s positive experiences. In addition, through a regional angle it tackles the factors that hinder the absorption of EU funds in education and research. Being a first of its kind, by comparing the WB countries current situation through qualitative and quantitative data gathered and analysed, the ...
33% WBC-RTI.INFO Newsletters sent in 2018 Document 22. Feb. 2019
Find below all issues of 2018 newsletters. WBC-RTI.INFohas prepared several newsletter issues in 2018. Thematic articles were drafted while relevant stakeholders contacted and in some cases also interviewed.
... researchers across the Adriatic-Ionian area. PoWER stands for ‘Ports as driving Wheels of Entrepreneurial Realm’ and is an EU – funded project aiming at supporting the evolution of ports into Innovation Hubs in 6 piloting ports. The Port of Durres has been selected as the pilot port for this project in Albania. The main objective of PoWER project is to supports the selected ports to serve in connecting the regions and explore their untapped entrepreneurial potential. During the first phase of activities, experts have collected data, produced analysis on the energy efficiency and established a list of Needs for the pilot ports ...
... the EU provides the recipients with financial help with the aim of making their agricultural sector and rural areas more sustainable aligning them with the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy and EU standards. IPARD also helps set up good governance for rural development. The current candidate countries and beneficiaries are Albania, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey. For the period 2014-2020, the total indicative allocation for the IPARD programmes has been 1.1 billion EUR as follows: Albania- 39 million EUR, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: 15 million EUR, Montenegro: 39 million EUR, Turkey: 801 million EUR. The ...
... IPARD Agency. The agency will check that your investment is made in line with the contract and will transfer the amount to your bank account. The European Commission transfers IPARD funding to the national accounts to reimburse the grants paid by the national IPARD Agencies. National IPARD programmes and contacts Albania Measure 1: "Investments in physical assets of agricultural holdings", Measure 3 "Investments in physical assets concerning processing and marketing of agricultural and fishery products"; Measure 7 "Farm diversification and business development" are currently operational in Albania. The national IPARD programme in force and the related information is here: http://www ...
32% PERFORM Hosted Its Final Event News 27. Dec. 2018
... sciences and different domains of society, including policy institutions. Evidence-informed policy-making is today a term more commonly used in discussions and an expanding practice, and PERFORM has contributed significantly to that”, said Dr Dietz.       After four years of supporting the social science research communities in Serbia and Albania, the project will end its mandate on 31 December 2018. Ms Ursula Läubli, Director of the Swiss Cooperation Office, said that the project contributed to strengthening the social science research system by increasing capacities of researchers at universities and institutes to provide high quality research. In order to summarise its ...
Ctizens of Montenegro, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia can travel to the EU without a visa since December 2009. For citizens of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, this is possible since the end of 2010. All countries have taken measures to address irregular migration, however further efforts are needed to improve and ensure sustainable results. The report by the EC (see below) follows up on the Commission's obligation under the strengthened visa suspension ...
... UK’s departure from the EU, it still maintains its presence and doubles its support to reforms in the Western Balkan, and Poland, as the next country holding the EU Presidency, will focus itself on conflict resolution and connectivity boosting. economic cooperation, security and youth cooperation among FYR of Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. For more details. please visit the source page A presentation of the policy paper “2018 Western Balkans Summit: 3 key takeaways from London”, authored by Zoran Nechev and Ivan Nikolovski from the Institute of Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), Jelena Minić form European ...
... Council announced the Call for applications to the EU Scheme for Young Professionals in the Western Balkans – Round II (YPS 2018), the action implementing two training programmes in EU academic institutions and a regional exchange component for early career civil servants from the six countries of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Kosovo*, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia). Applications were open until 13th September 2018 ...
The Social Innovation Community presents some country profiles related to the Social Innovation. Find below those from WBC. Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina FR of Macedonia Serbia https://www.siceurope.eu/countries
... nbsp;The series of workshops is part of the proESOF programme, in preparation of the ESOF2020 (Euro Science Open Forum) conference in Trieste, Italy, to support quality science journalism in the region.  NATIONALITIES INVITED TO APPLY FOR A GRANT COVERING ALSO TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION: Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Georgia The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Kosovo * Moldova Montenegro Serbia Turkey Ukraine * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence. Journalists from other countries can attend ...
... PRESS RELEASE NO: 2019/ECA/31   " Growth for the Western Balkan region is estimated to strengthen to 3.5 percent for 2018, according to the latest Western Balkans Regular Economic Report, Higher but Fragile Growth. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia are estimated to grow at rates between 2.5 percent and 4 percent. While employment also rose in five of the six countries in the region, the 91,400 new jobs created between July 2017 and July 2018 were significantly fewer ...
Terra Madre Balkans was established by Slow Food in 2010 to give a voice to small-scale food producers and rural communities, and to support them in upgrading their production from homemade to artisan, advocating for their social and political recognition, and supporting their access to markets. 100 participants (from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia) at the fifth edition of Terra Madre Balkans (21-23 May 2018) share the opinion that the integration of the Western Balkan countries into the EU is a major political goal that will ensure stability and development in the region ...
... against six key qualities of a sustainable market economy, looking to see whether they are competitive, well-governed, green, inclusive, resilient and integrated. Read the whole article here The countries are among those that improved their 2018 scores in the area of green transition compared to 2017, while the scores of Albania, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo* and Montenegro, remained unchanged, according to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Transition Report 2018-19 and article by Balkan Green Energy News   ...
31% Balkan Green Energy News Link 16. Nov. 2018
... platform covering sustainable energy (renewable energy, energy efficiency), electric vehicles,  environmental protection,  waste and water management developments  from a selection of accurate, reliable and straight to the point news, policy actions and investment opportunities from the Balkan region countries: Serbia, Kosovo*, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. The Balkan Green Energy News project has been developed and implemented for companies, financial institutions, decision makers, international organizations,  investment funds, consulting companies, sustainable energy developers, civil soci and other stakeholders from all over the world who are already present ...
... Growth in the Western Balkans has strengthened to an estimated 3.5%. In most of the region, growth projections for 2018 have been revised upward. Kosovo and Albania are expected to grow at 4% this year. At 3.8%, Montenegro’s growth is projected to be 1 percentage point higher, although still lower than last year. Growth in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to be stable at an estimated 3.2%. Serbia’s economy has rebounded to 3.5 ...
... The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. The Western Balkans – composed of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo – is a complex region facing significant energy challenges. The conflicts over the break-up of the former Yugoslavia damaged much of the energy infrastructure and compounded the challenge of providing reliable energy supply. Electricity systems in many ...
... Programme (REEP) aims to unleash the WB potential to benefit from the greater use of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures by providing a combination of financing instruments, technical assistance and policy support to create a sustainable market for energy efficiency in the Western Balkans. The countries targeted are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia. ___ In June 2012, the Steering Committee of the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) approved a €23.35 million grant to the EBRD to establish the Regional Energy Efficiency Programme for the Western Balkans.  The WBIF is a ...
... a public private partnership with a layered risk/return structure, to enhancing energy efficiency and fostering renewable energies predominantly through the provision of dedicated financing to businesses and households via partnering with financial institutions and direct financing. The Green for Growth Fund is currently active in nineteen target markets including Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Egypt, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Jordan, Kosovo*, Lebanon, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Serbia, the Palestinian Territories, Tunisia, Turkey, and Ukraine. GGF is a unique public-private partnership established in December, 2009 to promote energy efficiency in its target region and to reduce CO2 emissions. GGF's investments seek ...
This is a result of the S2Biom Fp7 funded project  (D 8.3a) under responsibility of the Imperial College London (Calliope Panoutsou et.al.,). Albania Bosnia & Herzegovina FYR of Macedonia Kosovo Montenegro Serbia ___ S2Biom project has been supported by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme and have been running from September, 2013 until November, 2016. The research work in the S2Biom project covered the whole biomass delivery chain - from primary biomass ...
... of strategic developments at the national level; Serbia is in the final stage of the process of preparation of their first RI Roadmap to be completed this year; The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has  formed a national working groups to start the development of national RI Roadmap; while Albania, Kosovo* and Bosnia and Herzegovina have initiated discussions  on how to start the RIs mapping process. The Workshop was organised to support the implementation of the Multi-annual Action Plan on a Regional Economic Area in the Western Balkans (MAP REA) prepared by the RCC and endorsed by the ...
... The Government of the Republic of Slovenia has identified a first value project to be presented at the meeting - a collaboration on exchange of educational and other data essential for starting the Openness agenda and build prosperity of citizens of the WB6 (Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia). The project addresses the essential challenge of research and innovation in the knowledge economy that lies in the knowledge/technology transfer from R&D to the commercial world. The operation of this innovation value chain is not well-developed in Europe ...
... understanding the current practices of science communication in Serbia and Albania. Two separate teams conducted the research in respective countries, and the University of Graz then incorporated it into a joint study. The findings and recommendations were presented in Tirana, Albania on 21 June 2018 ...
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Regional Youth Cooperation Office are implementing the youth exchange “Western Balkans meet Japan: A Bridge into the Future”, on 30 October to 7 November 2018, and invites 17 undergraduate or graduate students aged from 20 to 30 years old, coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, to apply for a great opportunity of personal and professional growth. Introduction The program aims to deepen participants’ understanding of Japan and its policy, to increase knowledge and promote mutual understanding through intellectual and cultural exchange, and build a basis for future ...
... EU and the Balkan Med region, active in the sectors of creative and cultural industries, smart cities, the circular economy, mobility and automotive. Clusters came from all over Europe (Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Croatia, UK, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Lithuania, Sweden) and the Balkan Med region (Serbia, Montenegro, FYROM, Albania). On the first day, the ECCP delegation was hosted by the Centre for Research and Technology – Hellas (CERTH). The day started with introductory remarks from Dr Ulla Engelmann, the Head of Unit for Clusters from DG Grow, who highlighted several new policy initiatives notably the forthcoming ESCP’s for smart ...
31% The Western Balkans and the Berlin Process Document 4. Sep. 2018
... This report draws on discussions at the workshop on “The Western Balkans and the Berlin Process” held at St Antony’s College, Oxford, on 13 June 2018, and organized by SEESOX in cooperation with the Bank of Albania. The participants included academics from the Western Balkans, University of Oxford, and LSE, as well as officials from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and representatives from Oxford Analytica. The report represents SEESOX's interpretation of discussions—which were held under the Chatham House Rule—and does not purport ...
31% Cluster Development Strategy in Serbia Document 4. Sep. 2018
... fr/eriep/index.html?id=3488. This paper aims to present the development process of clusters in Serbia. The paper analyse also of cluster development strategy in some neighbouring Balkan countries. Regarding the development of industrial production of some Balkan countries, there are also major differences. With the exception of Albania, which was and still is very de-industrialized, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, where we take 1995 as the base year (which is why there has been a rapid growth), other countries are still far from the levels of production in 1990. This is one of the main problems, excepting also economic ...
... PDF file to gordana.ristic@fpn.bg.ac.rs. Tuition Fees UNIVERSITY OF GRAZ  Tuition fees are waived for Austrian/EU students. Tuition costs approximately €745 per semester for citizens of other states but can usually be fully refunded upon successful completion of each semester for citizens of Albania, Belarus Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, and Ukraine.  For enquiries about the admission procedure, tuition fees and refund process at the University of Graz please contact Ulrike Krawagna, ulrike.krawagna@uni-graz.atat the Office for International Relations. Please note that the University of Graz does not ...
... The Fellowship Programme will provide 20 scholarships for civil servants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The Fellows will spend three months in the countries of the European Union, where they will gain work practice in the federal or state government agencies of the host countries, receive tailor-made training through specifically designed seminars and experience national/international ...
The study is prepared under the project BMP1/1.2/2370/2017 “InnoPlatform” Financed by the Transnational Cooperation Programme "Balkan- Mediterranean" 2014-2020. This report analysis the challenges of the Albanian economy from 1992 to 2017 and its efforts towards market economy and democracy. The focus of the report is on the emergingeconomy and emerging industries of Albania, mainly in the region of Tirana. Find the report here  
... application and the  Service Specific Privacy Statement. Please find below attached more information. The deadline for applying is September 6th. In the frameworks of its Enlargement & Integration Initiative,  the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission is offering pre-paid travel and accommodation to researchers/experts from Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, FYROM, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo*, Turkey,  Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to participate in the 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, taking place on 18-19 October 2018 in Sofia/Bulgaria ...
... Sarajevo. The Western Balkans (WBs) Steering Platform (SP) on Research and Innovation was organised in Brussels in the morning of June 25th, 2018. The meeting was co-chaired by the European Commission (DG Research and Innovation, Directorate for International Cooperation), the Bulgarian presidency of the Council of the European Union and Albania represented by the National Agency of Scientific Research and Innovation (NASRI). In the afternoon of June 25th, the Ministerial part of the Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation took place ...
... participated to the call. As per call’s rules, only EU Members States of the Programme area, namely Croatia, Greece, Italy and Slovenia could apply as lead partner. Most of the applications were submitted by Italy as Lead Partner, followed by Greece. As far as IPA Partner States are concerned, Albania is the most represented country- involving 210 partners, followed by Serbia (147 partners). Here below you can see how active each Partner States was during the call. LOCATION OF LEAD APPLICANTS LOCATION OF LEAD AND PROJECT PARTNERS                           ...
... and it is doing reasonably well in Horizon 2020 (success-rate similar to the one of Hungary or Slovenia). Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina are performing close to the EU average (i.e. similar to Spain or to the Czech Republic)  FYROM (or the newly-agreed "Republic of North Macedonia") and Albania have Horizon 2020 performances similar to those of Bulgaria and are following in the list. Adequate attention by the next Framework Programme would be required: there would be the need for further policies in FP9 to overcome the research and innovation gap that focus on facilitating meaningful research collaborations, supporting ...
... to update their yearly reports, providing valuable information on the reform efforts undertaken in both areas. The input provided shows the progress in the implementation of these reforms and helps the European Commission coordinate its EU assistance, so that these efforts are properly supported. Progress reports** on higher education reform: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Progress reports** on teacher training: Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo* Montenegro Serbia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia **The reports published above are not prepared by the European Commission. For pictures and all official information please refer to ...
The present study has been conducted under the European Commission’s initiative «Support to the Higher Education Reform Experts» (SPHERE) by a small team of experts. It discusses the research capacity of higher education institutions in the Western Balkans (WB). Provisional results of the study were presented at the 6th Ministerial Meeting of the “Western Balkans Steering Platforms on Education & Training & Research and Innovation”, 28-29 September 2017 in Belgrade. The study provides ...
... of the region into a digital economy and bring the benefits of the digital transformation, such as faster economic growth, more jobs, and better services. Read below the official press release IP/18/4242: The Digital Agenda for Western Balkans: The Commission together with Ministers from six Western Balkan partners - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia – commit to: Investing in broadband connectivity: Good digital infrastructure is essential for the roll-out of broadband in the Western Balkans. Under the Western Balkan Investment Framework (WBIF), €30 million in EU grants will be made available to ...
31% Competitiveness in South East Europe Document 2. Jul. 2018
... of citizens in South East Europe (SEE) depend more than ever on greater economic competitiveness. To underpin the drive to improve competitiveness and foster private investment, an integrated policy approach is needed. This first edition of Competitiveness in South East Europe: A Policy Outlook seeks to help policy makers in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia assess their progress towards their growth goals and benchmark them against the good practices adopted by OECD countries and the performance of their regional peers. This report addresses 15 policy dimensions critical to competitive economies that draw on ...
Commissioner Carlos Moedas with WBC education and science ministers (Copyright: European Commission) Western Balkans Steering Platform on Research and Innovation 25 June 2018, Brussels Agenda     Sunday, 24 June 2018   19.00-21.30 Networking Dinner     Monday, 25 June 2018   08.30-09.00 Registration and Welcome Coffee 09.00-09.20 Welcome Remarks / Opening Statements   • European Commission, DG Research and Innovation (Kostas Glinos, Head of Unit) • Bulgarian ...
33% The Western Balkans and Horizon 2020 Document 22. Jun. 2018
A recent leaflet providing an overview of Western Balkans' performances in Horizon 2020 so far. Data provided cover MSC actions, ERC grants, projects, funding, some success stories, etc. As Accession Countries, the Western Balkans will be further integrated into the European Research Area.  
... agenda Factsheet - Six new flagship initiatives to support the transformation of the Western Balkans Factsheet - The way forward Factsheet - Economic relations – Investing in people, infrastructures and reforms Factsheet: EU Engagement in the Western Balkans Video stockshots – Western Balkans Factograph – Montenegro Factograph – Serbia Factograph – The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Factograph - Albania Factograph – Bosnia and Herzegovina Factograph – Kosovo Today's summit between the leaders of the European Union and the Western Balkans partners in Sofia confirmed the European perspective of the region and set out a number of concrete actions to strengthen cooperation in the areas of connectivity, security and the rule of ...
... for Europe, with a focus on South-East Europe, including the Western Balkans, and an arena for constructive dialogue between institutions and businesses.   At the event other representatives contributed to the discussions with Statements on Opportunities and Challenges in the Region: Besa Shahini, Vice-Minister of Education, Sports and Youth, Albania;  Sanja Damjanović, Miniser of Science of Montenegro, Arber Geci, Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo*, etc. (Find the playlist with all videos from the conference here). Recently, the report “Supporting an Innovation Agenda for the Western Balkans - Tools and Methodologies” was made available by the ...
... and learn about key issues in the industry as a professional. It also supports the innovative idea to further develop for future research activities. The Student Conference on Economics, Finance, Business and Social Sciences, SCE-2018 will be organized by Economics Department of Epoka University in collaboration with Economic Society of Albania (ESA), Albanian Association of Banks and Young Economist Network. http://eco.epoka.edu.al/event-call-for-student-conference-on-economics-finance-business-and-social-sciences-sce-2018-25-june-2018-epoka-university-4086.html Epoka University, Tirana
... 2018DIS is the fifth edition of the Interdisciplinary Training School, after the 2013-2014-2015 editions held in Gorizia (Italy), and the 2017 edition held in Krems (Austria). More than 110 PhD students and Post-docs from 12 countries participated in the previous editions. Participants came from the following EU and non-EU Countries: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Kosovo. The Danube:Future Interdisciplinary School is part of the Capacity Building Module of the Danube:Future project, a Flagship Project of the EUSDR - the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region, in the Priority Area ‘Knowledge ...
... nbsp; Call for Applications The number of participants will be limited to: 20 with reimbursement (A) + 20 from the Serbia and/or neighboring countries which can reach this training school without reimbursement (B). For this second group, priority will be given to candidates from Serbia and from countries bordering Serbia: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania. These candidates may also apply to target group A as all other candidates and are eligible to receive reimbursement if selected within this group. With this partitioning in two groups we intend to enlarge the number of participants, but still ...
... Jona Koprencka, E-mail: jkoprencka17@epoka.edu.al.    Deadline for applications: 30 May 2018, Wednesday. For more information, visit: http://pir.epoka.edu.al/home-summer-school-2202-2250.html     The Department of Political Science and International Relations of Epoka University, will hold Summer School on 25-29 June 2018, in Tirana, Albania ...
... Democracy Public Opinion and the Media National and International Security Human and Ethnic Rights in Balkans  Ethnic Conflict in the XXI century   The event is organised by UBT - Faculty of Political Science in cooperation with the University of Warsaw - Institute of International Relations and the Atlantic Council of Albania (ALB). Keynote speaker to the conference: Professor Olli E. Kangas(Finland) "Universal Basic Income: The Experiment in Finland and Reflections for the Developing Countries" CALL FOR PAPERS -Important Dates:  Submission of abstracts:                 ...
... Democracy Public Opinion and the Media National and International Security Human and Ethnic Rights in Balkans  Ethnic Conflict in the XXI century   The event is organised by UBT - Faculty of Political Science in cooperation with the University of Warsaw - Institute of International Relations and the Atlantic Council of Albania (ALB). Keynote speaker to the conference: Professor Olli E. Kangas(Finland) "Universal Basic Income: The Experiment in Finland and Reflections for the Developing Countries" CALL FOR PAPERS -Important Dates:  Submission of abstracts:                 ...
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