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31.10.2013
The Single European Market 20 years on: Achievements, unfulfilled expectations & further potential
Abstract: Is the Single European Market a success story? 20 years after it was established the question can largely be answered in the affirmative. The high and in part too optimistic expectations have not all been fulfilled. Nevertheless, the Single Market has resulted in increased competition, higher exports and more foreign direct investment. Overall, positive effects on GDP can be confirmed, albeit not on the scale anticipated by some. Given the structural problems in the eurozone and Europe's long-term dwindling importance for the global economy the continuing development of the Single Market is one absolutely essential element if Europe wants to maintain its economic strength.
Topics: Economic growth; Economic policy; EMU; EU enlargement; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Globalisation; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Labour market; Privatisation/liberalisation; Supervision and regulation; Trade
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16.10.2013
Strengthening the social dimension of the Economic and Monetary Union – but how?
Abstract: The European Commission is pushing for a stronger "social dimension" in EMU in order to reduce the large regional differences to be found in terms of, for example, unemployment and at-risk-of-poverty rates. However, it also appears to be distancing itself from more ambitious proposals it made less than a year ago.
Topics: EMU; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy
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10.10.2013
In which categories is the EU competitive?
Topics: European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!
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25.09.2013
Project Bond Initiative: Project selection the key to success
Abstract: The economic and financial crisis in Europe has led to a dwindling of the options for funding infrastructure projects. While funding conditions have deteriorated, a huge amount of investment needs to be made in infrastructure. The Project Bond Initiative (PBI) developed by the European Commission and the EIB is an instrument that is intended to help free up the investment logjam. The primary objective of the PBI is to persuade private-sector institutional investors to fund infrastructure projects.
Topics: Banking; Capital markets policy; Energy policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Financial market trends; Intern. relations; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Privatisation/liberalisation; Sectors / commodities; Supervision and regulation; Transport policy
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12.09.2013
Savings Tax, Administrative Cooperation & Co.: Exchange of tax information taking root
Abstract: In the current debate and the numerous initiatives surrounding the improvement of tax collection and cooperation on cross-border (investment) income it is vital to differentiate between two phenomena: one is the fight against (illegal) tax evasion (mainly on investment income) and the other is the legal, (often) so-called 'aggressive' tax planning via profit shifting. Efforts to establish the automatic exchange of information for tax purposes as the European and/or international standard are relatively advanced. 'Aggressive' tax planning, which enables the de facto tax exemption of profits, cannot be addressed by extending the scope of the exchange of information alone, however.
Topics: Banking; Economic policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy; Globalisation; International capital markets; International financial system; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Services; Supervision and regulation; Tax policy
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04.09.2013
EU Banking Union: Right idea, poor execution
Abstract: The idea of Banking Union has a sound economic rationale and would, if it were implemented in a consistent fashion, substantially strengthen financial stability in Europe and in the euro area in particular. However, the design and implementation of the EU Banking Union and its constituent components suffer from two very fundamental contradictions. On the one hand, there is schizophrenic attitude of member states with regard to the necessary degree of supra-nationality to preserve a financially stable internal market for financial services. And on the other, there are the contrasting expectations and motives of member states with regard to Banking Union. Member states and other European law makers still have the chance to put Banking Union on a sound footing. The chance should not be wasted.
Topics: Banking; European integration; International capital markets; International financial system; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Supervision and regulation
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20.08.2013
Privatisation in the euro area: Differing attitudes towards public assets
Abstract: It makes sense for the debt-stricken countries of the euro area to partly rely on privatisation efforts to consolidate their public budgets. Over the past few years, however, the privatisation process has proceeded sluggishly. Among the countries discussed here – France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain – Portugal in particular has consistently and successfully relied on the divestment of government property. All in all, the privatisation receipts that can be generated in the foreseeable future should not be overestimated. For example, political opposition still has to be overcome mainly with regard to the privatisation of services of general interest. In addition, public-sector companies, facilities and buildings are in many cases in need of restructuring or renovation if they are to be of any interest to private investors.
Topics: Construction industry; Economic policy; Economic structure; EMU; Energy policy; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Fiscal policy; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Privatisation/liberalisation; Services; Telecommunication; Transport
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19.08.2013
Atlantic unity in global competition: T-TIP in perspective
Abstract: The prospects for an ambitious partnership agreement between the EU and the US are better than ever. An agreement would increase growth and employment in both regions. The greatest economic opportunities lie in improved cooperation in the regulation of markets for goods and services. Governments, parliaments and most interest groups on both sides are in a positive mood; the resistance to an agreement has thus far been limited to criticism of some details. The greatest political difficulties are likely to arise in the areas of agriculture and data protection.
Topics: Auto industry; Chemicals industry; Economic policy; Electrical engineering; European integration; Food and beverages; Globalisation; Information technology; Intangible assets; Intern. economic system; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Other sectors; Services; Trade; WTO
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13.08.2013
Bank branches in Europe - trends and driving forces
Topics: Banking; European integration; International financial system; Internet; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Technology and innovation
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02.08.2013
Unemployment rate in 2012 by citizenship
Topics: Economic policy; EMU; European integration; European issues; European policy issues; Key issues - nicht mehr verwenden!; Labour market; Labour market policy; Macroeconomics
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