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European Common Security and Defence Policy: Cost of Non-Europe Report

15-11-2013

The report 'Preparing for Complexity - The European Parliament in 2025', presented by the Secretary General of the European Parliament in January 2013, identified the core set of problematic issues in defence policy as a) duplication, b) lack of a common strategic view and c) lack of a clear vision for the future. The purpose of this paper is to develop these considerations and to focus on the benefits of greater cooperation at European level. Setting out the economic argument of the added value ...

The report 'Preparing for Complexity - The European Parliament in 2025', presented by the Secretary General of the European Parliament in January 2013, identified the core set of problematic issues in defence policy as a) duplication, b) lack of a common strategic view and c) lack of a clear vision for the future. The purpose of this paper is to develop these considerations and to focus on the benefits of greater cooperation at European level. Setting out the economic argument of the added value of Europe in defence, and the current cost to the Member States of ‘non-Europe’, can highlight the need to build on the structures, systems and under-utilised legal bases that have been put in place in recent years. Cost of Non-Europe reports examine policy areas or sectors of strategic importance where the possibilities for greater efficiency or the realisation of a 'public good' through common action at EU level are potentially significant. The case for more Europe is perhaps more compelling in defence than in almost any other policy area, given that no single Member State can achieve an optimal level of security without cooperation. The costs involved go beyond the purely economic, and include political and opportunity costs.

Hotel Fire Safety: The Case for Legislation. European Added Value Briefing Paper

14-06-2013

The Coordinators of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection of the European Parliament requested a briefing paper on Hotel Fire Safety from the European Added Value Unit. This paper is intended to review the recent developments in hotel fire safety (from the Council Recommendation of 1986 to its possible revision and upgrading to a Directive) and to set out the arguments for and against legislation in this field.

The Coordinators of the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection of the European Parliament requested a briefing paper on Hotel Fire Safety from the European Added Value Unit. This paper is intended to review the recent developments in hotel fire safety (from the Council Recommendation of 1986 to its possible revision and upgrading to a Directive) and to set out the arguments for and against legislation in this field.

European Code on Private International Law: Cost of Non Europe Report

14-06-2013

On 11 October 2012, the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) requested a Cost of Non-Europe report (CoNE) on the perspective of having a European Code on Private International Law. This Cost of Non-Europe report analyses the formal question of the code, and more particularly the question of 'gaps' in the Private International Law of the European Union which need to be filled, and the cost to citizens and businesses of not filling them. It also contains quantitative and qualitative arguments in favour ...

On 11 October 2012, the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) requested a Cost of Non-Europe report (CoNE) on the perspective of having a European Code on Private International Law. This Cost of Non-Europe report analyses the formal question of the code, and more particularly the question of 'gaps' in the Private International Law of the European Union which need to be filled, and the cost to citizens and businesses of not filling them. It also contains quantitative and qualitative arguments in favour of a European Code on Private International Law. This report has been drawn up by the European Parliament's European Added Value Unit, building on external expertise contributed by GHK and presented in a separate annex. ANNEX: The perspective of having a European Code on Private International Law. Research paper by Nick Bozeat (GHK)

14th Company Law Directive on the Cross-Border Transfer of a Company’s Registered Office: European Added Value Assessment (Assessment + Annexes I - II)

15-01-2013

Two legislative own-initiative reports adopted by Parliament in 2009 (Lehne) and 2012 (Regner) call on the Commission to submit a proposal for a directive on the cross-border transfer of company seats (14th Company Law Directive). The arguments in favour of this approach are set out in detail in this European Added Value Assessment, which draws on the expert research commissioned specifically for the purpose of this assessment. ANNEX I: Legal effects of the requested legislative instrument (Catherine ...

Two legislative own-initiative reports adopted by Parliament in 2009 (Lehne) and 2012 (Regner) call on the Commission to submit a proposal for a directive on the cross-border transfer of company seats (14th Company Law Directive). The arguments in favour of this approach are set out in detail in this European Added Value Assessment, which draws on the expert research commissioned specifically for the purpose of this assessment. ANNEX I: Legal effects of the requested legislative instrument (Catherine Cathiard/Jeantet Associés) ANNEX II: Economic and social effects of the requested legislative instrument (Patrice Muller et al/London Economics)

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Cathiard Catherine of Jeantet Associés (Annex I) and Patrice Muller, Shaan Devnani, Rohit Ladher and Paula Ramada of London Economics Ltd (Annex II)

A Statute for European Mutual Societies: European Added Value Assessment

15-01-2013

This European Added Value assessment aims at pointing out the main benefits of a statute for a European mutual society from a social, economic and legal perspective. It is calculated that today mutual societies provide healthcare and social services to 230 million European citizens and represent about 180 billion euros in insurance premiums. Almost 70% of the total number of insurance companies in Europe are mutual societies. There is a nearly unanimous agreement among stakeholders that a statute ...

This European Added Value assessment aims at pointing out the main benefits of a statute for a European mutual society from a social, economic and legal perspective. It is calculated that today mutual societies provide healthcare and social services to 230 million European citizens and represent about 180 billion euros in insurance premiums. Almost 70% of the total number of insurance companies in Europe are mutual societies. There is a nearly unanimous agreement among stakeholders that a statute for European mutuals would increase the visibility and the recognition of mutual societies at European level and would unfold for them the advantages of the internal market.

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