Monitoring e-Skills Demand and Supply in Europe

This e-SkillsMonitor blog provides commentary and news on the study “Monitoring e-Skills Demand and Supply in Europe” (e-SkillsMonitor). The blog and web site is maintained by empirica and IDC and provides regular entries of commentary. Entries are displayed in reverse-chronological order.

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Expert involvement and expert survey – Expression of interest: please register
The objective of e-SkillsMonitor is to monitor and understand better the evolution of the supply and demand of e-skills in Europe in order to anticipate change and facilitate dialogue between policy makers at the regional, national and EU level and leading stakeholders to reduce e-skills shortages, gaps and mismatches. The study will provide a report on “The evolution of the supply and demand of e-skills in Europe” (focusing on ICT practitioners) and a foresight report: “Anticipating the evolution of the supply and demand of e-skills in Europe (2010-2015)”.

As part of this study and at different stages such as – data gathering analysis, scenarios, foresight – the study team will involve experts for evaluation and review purposes and carry out an online expert survey.

Those experts interested in participating in this activity are cordially invited to register by sending an e-mail to: meskills at empirica dot com or posting a comment. This will allow us to keep you updated about any news and allow you for commenting preliminary study results and achievements ahead of any official study publications. 

 

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