Employment crises, digital transition and territorial context: the case of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund for Displaced Workers (EGF)
Keywords:EU social policy, territorial inequalities, European Globalisation Adjustment Fund
The contribution aims to investigate the different relationships between territory, digitalisation and work.Within the European Union, there are significant territorial inequalities aggravated by globalisation-related dynamics and the digital transition. Both processes, in fact, entail a territorial polarisation of economic development but also of technological skills, producing deep gaps within the member states.
In this sense, the analysis of an instrument such as the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund aims to shed light on the importance of keeping investing in reskilling and upskilling workers and the local labour context together, in order to understand how to reduce economic and knowledge inequalities.
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