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The AUGUR Project

AUGUR is an international research project of the FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme) of the EU, which is the European Union’s chief instrument for funding research over the period 2007 to 2013.The augur final conference took place on January 24th 2013

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE AUGUR FINAL REPORT

ABSTRACT

Our challenge is:

- To capture, within a set of scenarios, the characteristics and implications of a variety of patterns that may occur in 2030 in all domains, be it political, economic, social, environmental or technological in Europe and in the world;

- To take stock of long term trends identified in demography, environmental changes as well as to feature some of the effects of likely changes in technology and behaviours;

- To take into account the important institutional transformations that could come out of the major crisis that the world economy is confronted with.

KEY FACTS
Project type Collaborative Project (small and medium scale focused research project)
Funding Scheme European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme
Start date 01.10.2009
Duration 36 months
Proposal 244565
Project Coordinator Pascal PETIT pascal.petit@ens.fr Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique FR – Paris
EU Contribution 2 580 600€

Read more about the AUGUR project

RECENT PUBLICATIONS of the AUGUR Project :

  • Challenges for Europe in the World, 2030
    edited by John Eatwell, Pascal Petit and Terry McKinley,
    published by Ashgate , London see http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781472419262
  • L’économie mondiale en 2030: ruptures et continuités. edited by Jacques Mazier, Pascal Petit and Dominique Plihon , published by Economica , Paris (see flyer), translated into Spanish by the Universidad Nacional de Moreno UNM Editora, Argentina (see flyer)
  • Charting Ways out of the Europe ‘s Impasse : a Policy Memorandum by Francis Cripps, Michael Landesmann, Jacques Mazier, Robert McDowell, Terry McKinley, Pascal Petit , Terry Ward and Enrico Wolleb, published by WIIW Policy Notes and Reports, May 2014 charting-ways out of europes-impasse a policy memorandum






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