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Pre-allocated return flows vs. European public goods: How the veto impairs the quality of the EU budget

September 2020 • Tarschys Daniel

Analysis

The EU’s budget package adopted in July strengthens the Union’s financial capacity but contains concessions that imply cuts in investments for collective action. As long as each country has a veto right in the budgetary process, it will be hard to obtain resources for expenditures with a high European value added, argues Daniel Tarschys, senior advisor at SIEPS. (2020:10epa)

Green paths through a pandemic

June 2020 • Engström Mats

Analysis

The present pandemic crisis brings uncertainty to the European Green Deal – the ambitious plan for environmental and climate progress. What can policymakers do if they wish to keep the green momentum? Mats Engström, senior advisor at SIEPS, offers six courses of action. (2020:8epa)

The Lisbon Treaty 10 years on: Success or Failure?

December 2019 • Kelemen R. Daniel, Spaventa Eleanor, Södersten Anna, Thies Anne, van Middelaar Luuk

Report

On 1 December 2009, the Lisbon Treaty entered into force, aiming at making the EU more democratic, more transparent and more efficient. In this volume, four scholars discuss whether the Treaty has strengthened the EU during the past decade, a period marked by several crises for the European Union. With contributions from Luuk van Middelaar, R. Daniel Kelemen, Anne Thies and Eleanor Spaventa. (2019:2op)

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