The Enigma of European Added Value: Setting Priorities for the European Union (2005:4)

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In discussions on priorities in the European Union, a formula often invoked is that of European added value.

The present study seeks to shed light on this concept by tracing its intellectual origins, examining its use in three policy areas and suggesting ways of converting it from an all-purpose mantra into an efficient tool for priority-setting and policy choices.

The report was presented at the seminar A Modern European Union - What should it be doing? and is a part of the research project European Added Value.

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