CEPR and CEPS invite you to this joint discussion forum on “Quo Vadis? Identity, policy and the future of the European Union”, marking the Brussels launch of the CEPR eBook (available to download here)
The Lisbon Treaty marked a watershed in the European integration process. With the ink still wet after having signed off on a decade of institutional reform negotiations, the EU was severely hit by the deepest global financial and economic crisis since the end of the Second World War.
The incoming members of the European Parliament have recently elected their political group leaders, the members of the Bureau and the committee chairs, all of whom have a considerable -albeit different- power in the Parliament's decision-making.