The Future of Europe

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The transition that Europe has gone through during the second half of the twentieth century, as well as its unification, has made its future relatively unknown. In this conference, Jacques Garello discusses Europe’s constitutional and economic view and defines that there are some nations in the European Union which, due to the model that they decided to follow, are doing quite well while others aren't. He analyzes the rate of unemployment and shows how the countries that adopted the Anglo-Saxon model, in which unions have less power, have less unemployment than countries that followed the Rhenan model, which focuses more on the social issue rather than the economic one and also supports stronger unions and economic regulations. Garello explains the role of globalization and the need for the European Union to be aware that countries forming this union differ in background and the model they follow.



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The Future of Europe
Jacques Garello

Academic Building, A-409
Universidad Francisco Marroquín
Guatemala, November 8, 2004

A New Media - UFM production. Guatemala, November 2004
Camera: Alexander Arauz; digital editing: Alexander Arauz; index: Lucia Bahr; synopsis: Sebastian del Buey; synopsis reviser: Daphne Ortiz; publication: Pedro David España




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