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@WithResearchers Nov 27
today! Enjoy a coffee break with from on the go. He explains his paper "spaces of novelty: can universities play a catalytic role in less developed ?"
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CleanMobilEnergy Nov 27
Next week marks the annual conference, which allows & to showcase their transport achievements to experts, practitioners & decision makers. is presenting the in a session on 3/12. Register:
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OECD SMEs, Regions, Cities & Tourism Nov 25
🌍How prepared are and to face the current crisis? ⏰Join us for the launch of the 2020 edition of the Regions and Cities at a Glance! 🗓️Mon, 30 Nov, 1:00-2:30 pm CEST // Register now // Agenda
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@WithResearchers Nov 23
What are the reasons of the rise of ? explains his paper “The revenge of the places that don’t matter (and what to do about it). This Wednesday coming up . We can't wait for it!
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@WithResearchers Nov 24
Find here the link to the paper of tomorrow's coffee break with . He will talk about "The revenge of the places that don’t matter (and what to do about it)" don't miss it!
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Ken @ alawine 🍷 Nov 23
The most beautiful in the world RT
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ORU Fogar Nov 25
"Giving the floor to the as real institutions to reduce the effects of " 🦠 is the main theme of the General Assembly in the Region in , to be held on November 30 and December 1, 2020.
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DeLoG Nov 26
⏰ Don't miss 's launch of the Regions and Cities at a Glance 2020-Report! Join the discussion on the preparedness of and to face the current crisis and build more sustainable, resilient economies & societies. 🗓️ 30 November, 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm CET👇
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Alessandro Rainoldi Nov 25
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Eveline van Leeuwen 16h
Today, the will launch their new report on and at a glance! Looking forward to joining the panel one behalf of ! With and Philip McCann.
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Niki Frantzeskaki Nov 28
analytical and design-oriented applications of for change in and - read more in our new book DOI:
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 16h
The share of local jobs in the sectors most at risk from varies from <15% to >35% across OECD . What could these divides mean for the future of local economies? Learn more ➡️
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Maria Forest Range 🇦🇺 📻 🌲🌳🌹 Nov 28
What a wonderful & lovely day, with nice cool breeze.
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NCBF Nov 25
Great opportunities from anyone who may be seeking in the sector. It's excellent to read that the Tees Valley Mayor, , is so active in promoting local roles to local people to help enhance the and the wealth.
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ORU Fogar Nov 24
Replying to @ORUFOGAR
experiences between . He also mentioned the importance of for the creation of a new economic model that would bring decision-making processes closer to the citizens. Decisions that will have to be territorialized in a logic of codvpt 2/2
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Emmanouil Tranos Nov 23
Replying to @internetarchive
To overcome this issue, we use novel, data about the volume of online content in the from 2000 to approximate the early and active engagement with digital economic activities. [4/n]
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Breizh Civic Lab ☰ Nov 22
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 9h
Living standards, environmental quality and morbidity are important factors that determine whether and are resilient or vulnerable to health crises such as . Learn more ➡️
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Chris Hearld Nov 25
Good to hear about in UK & in the . Infrastructure, especially supporting low carbon growth, is key to regional economic recovery. I hope different tiers of government will work together to deliver transformation.
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Paysalia 2021 Nov 23
PLANT OF THE MONTH 🌿 This has around 110 species, mostly and shrubs, from warm temperate . What's its name? 😉
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