Edited by Richard E. Baldwin
CEPR Press, 2016
The 23 June 2016 Brexit referendum saw British voters reject membership of the
European Union. This VoxEU eBook presents 19 essays written by leading economists
on a wide array of topics and from a broad range of perspectives.
The authors of this eBook aim to provide a means of moving forward for both parties by discussing some key consensus topics. These include trade agreements; ex ante costs to the UK; labour markets; globalisation; threats to the City; and the implications for Scotland, Ireland and the EU.
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courtesy – Centre for Economic Policy Research
Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, 2017
The publication Youth in India attempts to identify the issues of
importance for youth under the broad categories – Population dynamics, marital statistics, fertility & contraception, Mortality & Neonatal Health care, Literacy & Employment and Crime. Attempt has been made to incorporate relevant indicators on these identified aspects and the latest available data on these indicators. The report also incorporates a synopsis of the ongoing schemes and programmes for the welfare of youth in India.
An overview of United Nations youth related initiatives/programmes are also included in the report.
courtesy – MOSPI