Thursday 19. September 2019

Disagreement over the course of action in economic governance

European Union

The crisis in the budgets of a few EU Member States who have been living beyond their means (or – as in the case of Ireland – have been obliged to take on high levels of debt in order to rescue their national banking systems) has turned into a crisis for the common currency.

Economic & financial Policy

European Union

The European Semester: a new instrument for budgetary and economic coordination

Only a few months ago the expression “economic governance” within the EU

Economic & financial Policy

European Commission

Europe 2020 – All seven flagship initiatives now published

On 26 January 2011, the European Commission published “A resource

Economic & financial Policy

European Council

Does the solution to the euro crisis mark the beginning of an EU crisis?

In the early hours of 12 March, the heads of state and government of the

Institutional affairs

European Council

Energy and Innovation – afterthoughts at the summit table

Even though energy and innovation policy had been established long ago

Internal Market

European Commission

Does the common system of VAT need a total overhaul?

Over the last few years, the amount of value added tax (VAT) as a part

Economic & financial Policy

European Union

Euro bonds – halfway between solidarity and self-responsibility

The rules of the eurozone state that every country must take responsibility for its own debt.

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