Employment

EUFASOM

Type of evidence: 

"EUFASOM is a model constructed for the European Agricultural sectors and can be used to analyse changing policies, technologies, resources and markets. The model focuses only on the forestry sectors, while the rest of the economy is taken as given (exogenous). […] The model is mainly used to; forecast production quantities, including agriculture and forest harvests and land-use transfers; forecast equilibrium prices and trade for all products and regions included in the model."

E3MG

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"E3MG is a sectoral econometric model for 20 world regions that has been developed with the intention of analyzing long-term energy and environment interactions with the global economy and assessing short and long-term impacts. The model consists of an in-depth treatment of changes in the input-output structure of the economy over the forecast period and incorporates the effects of technological change, relative price movements and changes in the composition of each industry’s output."

CETAX

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

The CETAX model was "[…] developed to help analyse the effects of tax policies on national labour markets. It can be used to illustrate the effects of different forms of international tax coordination."

Employment and the circular economy job creation through resource efficiency in London

Type of evidence: 

Author names: 

Peter Mitchell

Year: 

2015

"Several city leagues confirm that London is the best big city to live in, to work in, and to visit – renowned for its culture, diversity, innovation and leading position in sectors such as finance and professional services. But it also has a vibrant green economy, with exceptional skills in renewable energy, carbon finance and sustainable building technologies. Indeed, a 2013 report concluded that London’s Low Carbon Environmental Goods and Services1 sector now contributes over £25.4bn to the economy, with strong growth of over 5% year on year. Three possible plausible futures to 2030 for...

Smart Procurement. Going green: best practices for green procurement

Type of evidence: 

Author names: 

OECD

Year: 

2015

This document provides an overview of best practices from a variety of countries in relation to sustainable procurement. Topics include the legal and policy framework, understanding market capacity and assessing costs, introducing environmental standards, professionalising, monitoring and raising awareness.

The Circular Economy: Practical steps to enhance the EU package

Type of evidence: 

Author names: 

Mauro Anastasio

Source: 

Green Budget Europe

Year: 

2016

"This briefing highlights the shortcomings of the 2015 Circular Economy package, and looks at how the environmental and socially equitable reform of fiscal systems across the EU can support the transition to a circular economy." (http://green-budget.eu/tag/circular-economy/)

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