The importance of public administration and social partners in the implementation of the New Lisbon Strategy

Joachim Osiński

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Vol. no: 1

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Adopted in 2000 and intended to be implemented consistently, the Lisbon Strategy was intended to lead to the remodeling of the European Union into “the most competitive knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustained economic growth, creating more and better jobs and preserving social cohesion.”