Untangling the impacts of technological transformations, globalisation and demographic change to foster shared prosperity in Europe KU Leuven
Technological transformations, globalisation and demographic changes are the three key mega-trends posing socio-economic challenges and opportunities for the EU. UNTANGLED aims to fill knowledge gaps about these trends by pursuing three main goals: (1) to provide detailed analyses at the macro-, regional-, sectoral-, and micro-level concerning the effects of these trends on labour market outcomes and inequality, and their winners and losers; ...
Liberalisation, globalisation and EC competition law and policy. About the importance of state aid control. University of Antwerp
Beyond territoriality: globalisation and transnational human rights obligations (GLOTHRO). University of Antwerp
Impact of climate change and globalisation on safety of fresh produce - governing a supply chain of uncompromised food sovereignty Ghent University
Veg-i-Trade addresses challenges and problems related to food safety within the global supply chain of fresh produce. Veg-i-Trade (multidisciplinary project, 23 partners, UGent is coordinator) assesses the risks, risk factors and the impact of control measures of chemical and microbiological food safety hazards. A broad range of tools is being applied such as risk assessment models, sampling and analysis plans, field studies (pre- and ...
South-African screen cultures between convergence and globalisation. A multivlevel research project on media industries and audiences. University of Antwerp
The infrastructure of globalisation: the Southern Netherlands as translation centre for the Spanish-Portuguese monarchy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. KU Leuven
Belgian cities and globalisation: disadvantaged areas, models for social innovation and local development coalitions. KU Leuven
Scientific research network U+201CGlobalisation, Regionalisation and Economic and Social Inequality Ghent University
Encouraging research co-operation between the participating research centers on the following issues:
- the quantitative analysis of globalization and regionalization processes;
- globalization, labour markets and income inequality;
- (African) migration in Europe;
- inequality at the global governance leven