09 Jun 2009

Policy-Making in the EU

Achievements, Challenges and Proposals for Reform

Sebastian Kurpas / Lourdes Acedo Montoya / Andrea Renda / Piotr Maciej Kaczyński / Lorna Schrefler

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This report is the product of a joint project initiated by the Centre for European Policy Studies and the Swedish Confederation of Enterprise. Three expert groups of academics, policy-makers, business representatives and other stakeholders were formed to analyse the major issues and challenges facing the European Union today and to put forward recommendations for reform that can realistically be implemented in the short and medium term. The expert groups focused on EU Decision-Making, Better Regulation and Implementation & Subsidiarity.

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