Is there flexibility in the European Semester process? (2016:1)

29 August 2017 09:21 Sonja Bekker

The consequences of the Eurozone crisis has spurred increased coordination of member state public finances at European level. This also entails the scrutiny of socio-economic issues within the framework of the European semester.

Linked National Public Authorities – a Study on IMI (2016:11)

29 August 2017 09:21 Wall Gustaf

The presence of effective tools for cooperation and mutual assistance between national authorities is essential to bring effectiveness to the internal market. The Internal Market Information System (IMI) is one such tool used to remove obstacles to the internal market by offering a technical information system which helps linking together national authorities in various political fields.

Människohandel i EU: En studie av destinationsländer (2016:2)

29 August 2017 09:21 Jonas Eriksson, Monika Hjeds Löfmark

While there are many benefits to free mobility, it may also facilitate cross-border criminality. Human trafficking is today the third biggest international criminal activity and it is also one of the most profitable.

Svenskarnas attityder till EU har stabiliserats: Analys av SOM-institutets undersökning 2015 (2016:9epa)

29 August 2017 09:21 Berg Linda, Bové Klara

Swedish attitudes towards the EU are often described as ambiguous and utilitarian. In this Sieps analysis of the SOM Institute survey 2015, the authors elaborate on issues such as Swedish support for EU membership, attitudes towards a hypothetical Euro membership and the estimation of how the EU membership has affected Sweden in a number of areas.

See You in Luxembourg? EU Governments´ Observations Under the Preliminary Reference Procedure (2016:5)

29 August 2017 09:21 Cramér Per, Larsson Olof, Moberg Andreas, Naurin Daniel

The European Court of Justice plays a central role in the EU, but its importance as a political arena for conflicts regarding how to interpret the EU´s legislation is less known. In this report, based on unique material, the authors analyse how the Member States position themselves within the framework of preliminary Court rulings.



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