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[IWS] RAND: GLOBAL SOCIETAL TRENDS & IMPACT ON THE EU IN 2030: THEMATIC REPORTS 4,5, 6 [12 February 2015]

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RAND

EVOLVING PATTERNS AND IMPACTS OF MIGRATION:
GLOBAL SOCIETAL TRENDS TO 2030: THEMATIC REPORT 4
by Svitlana Kobzar, Tess Hellgren, Stijn Hoorens, Dmitry Khodyakov, Ohid Yaqub
or
[full-text, 63 pages]


EMPLOYMENT AND THE CHANGING LABOUR MARKET:
GLOBAL SOCIETAL TRENDS TO 2030: THEMATIC REPORT 5
by Barbara Janta, Nora Ratzmann, Jeremy J. Ghez, Dmitry Khodyakov, Ohid Yaqub
or
[full-text, 69 pages]


THE RISE OF A GLOBAL MIDDLE CLASS:
GLOBAL SOCIETAL TRENDS TO 2030: THEMATIC REPORT 6
by Samuel Drabble, Nora Ratzmann, Stijn Hoorens, Dmitry Khodyakov, Ohid Yaqub
or
[full-text, 63 pages]


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