terça-feira, 31 de maio de 2011

"EU 2020 - a blueprint for Europe's long-term recovery?"

"07-06-2011, 13:30, Sala de Aulas 2"

"orador: Michael Kaeding - European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA)

Abstract: The argument will be as follows: if the internal market is to be deepened and reinforced, as recently argued by Mario Monti, the EU 2020 Strategy needs to differ from the Lisbon Strategy. Informed by the strengths and weaknesses of EU policy coordination under the Lisbon Strategy, this contribution draws some lessons and identifies design principles in order to increase the chances of success. In combination with the two newly created actors under the Lisbon Treaty, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and the President of the European Council, the Lisbon Strategy design flaws of EU policy coordination are likely to be solved and will bring Europe closer to its long-term recovery."

in http://www.ics.ul.pt/instituto/?ln=p&mm=1&ctmid=3&mnid=1&linha=3&evid=218&mtype=2&fam=1

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