Research conducted by several people tells of the effectiveness of the bonds between territories, people and companies
Talking, getting to know one another, growing together. This also applies to companies and to economic territories if you want. It is a question of trust, built little by little. It is also a question of culture. One that also applies to production organisations and in general to economic activities.The crucial point is nevertheless always the same: to reach real integration between the territories and the people.
To understand better what this is about, you can read “Youth employment and regional integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region“, a work written by multiple authors and recently published in the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies. The purpose of the research is to examine how regional integration is capable of providing solutions in both the short-term and the long-term to the employment crisis, in particular in the Euro-Mediterranean area.
First of all, it describes the situation of the policies on the subject of youth unemployment and integration. Secondly, it describes the impact, on the creation of jobs for young people, of regional integration in Mediterranean countries. Lastly, it investigates the qualitative scenarios that are most appropriate for the creation of jobs and provides some policy recommendations for promoting employment and employability of young people.The research therefore provides some general indications for the growth of the culture of integration and good business culture, one that is multiform and multi-ethnic, open, capable of creating inclusion. First of all, the authors explain, greater coordination among the initiatives of employability and then greater harmonisation between the rules and laws of the countries involved, but also an openness to knowledge and towards others that are still often lacking in the institutions as well as in the core of society and of production.
The work – written by a group of researchers from various universities that overlook the Mediterranean -, outlines a good picture of the situation and of the possible perspectives relating to the employment market in the Mediterranean area. It is a useful tool to broaden the “view” of companies on the topic.
Youth employment and regional integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region
Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies, 2018