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Erasmus+ is the new European Union program that replaces, among others, the Lifelong Learning Program (2007-2013), whose Erasmus subprogram has been the main international mobility program of this University.
The Erasmus+ Program in the actions of mobility of persons (key action KA1), allows the mobility of students (SM – Student Mobility) to carry out studies in a Higher Education Institution (HEI – Higher Education Institution) or to carry out internships in a HEI or a company.
Currently, the Erasmus+ program, in its action KA103, provides for mobilities in the so-called «program countries» (European), and in its action KA107, allows mobilities to and from the so-called «partner countries» (non-European).
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Imagine an Italian and a Danish worker who have very similar qualifications and jobs in a similar industry. Imagine that they suddenly lose their jobs due to a mass layoff or the closure of their company. Are the consequences of losing their jobs different for the two workers in Italy and Denmark?
In a recent article, we have analyzed this question using data from seven European countries spanning three decades of job losses. Our main conclusion is that losing one’s job has very different implications for various dimensions of the labor market in Europe.
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This journal provides immediate free access to its content on the principle of making research freely available to the public, which fosters greater global knowledge exchange.
The Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) is a statewide network of researchers and educators at the University of California who are dedicated to creating, developing, and applying knowledge and advances in agriculture, human resources, and natural resources.
It offers an interdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary approach, with integrative visions, starting from the field of architecture, but opening up to other disciplines, in accordance with the changing boundaries and situations that today characterize the field of architecture and urban studies.
It is the UN agency responsible for promoting the economic and social development of the region. It offers the Statistical Yearbook of Latin America and the Caribbean, books, magazines, bulletins, notebooks, among others.
Since September 5, 2001, the Virtual Legal Library of the Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas of the UNAM has made available to legal scholars books, journals and other materials in full text and free access.
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Olga Belova2021-01-25 14:01:512021-03-25 15:47:48Erasmus+ mobility now possible with more non-European countries5 November, 2019Under the framework of the Erasmus+ program the Alliance 4 Universities has launched a call for students, PhD and Teaching staff for a mobility scheme between the universities of tha A4U and, Russia and South Africa.
Olga Belova2019-11-05 11:11:382021-01-25 10:47:11More Erasmus+ funds for non-European mobility10 May, 2018Under the framework of the Erasmus+ program the Alliance 4 Universities has launched a call for mobility grants for students, PhD students and teaching staff for mobilities between the universities of the A4U and, Russia and South Africa.