Sweden and the Euro: The Neglected Role of EU Membership (2016:15epa)

Campos Nauro F., Coricelli Fabrizio, Moretti Luigi

The economic gains from EU membership is in theory fairly straightforward and above all related to having access to the internal market. However, it is much more complicated to show empirically that countries gain from being members of the Union.

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

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.

Inside and Outside: EU External Relations in Focus (2016:13)

Curtin Deirdre, Eckes Christina

Foreign affairs have always involved a degree of secrecy and the EU external action is no exception. Out of security concerns and to protect the confidentiality of international negotiations, EU foreign policy actors such as the Council and the European External Action Service (EEAS) manage access to information by classifying documents as ‘secret’.

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