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Nuclear Decommissioning: Management of Costs and Risks

15-11-2013

The decommissioning of the shutdown reactors in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia is financially supported by the European Commission. The Budgetary Control Committee of the European Parliament has commissioned Öko-Institute with a study that analyses the best practice of selected decommissioning projects and contrasts those with the management in the three eastern European cases. The study identified best practices in the organization of the decommissioning projects in Germany and France. The comparison ...

The decommissioning of the shutdown reactors in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia is financially supported by the European Commission. The Budgetary Control Committee of the European Parliament has commissioned Öko-Institute with a study that analyses the best practice of selected decommissioning projects and contrasts those with the management in the three eastern European cases. The study identified best practices in the organization of the decommissioning projects in Germany and France. The comparison with the three eastern European countries identified several areas where the process organisation should be urgently improved and a clearer attribution of responsibilities is required.

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Gerhard Schmidt, Veronika Ustohalova and Anne Minhans (Öko-Institute e.V., Darmstadt, Germany)

Liability of the Community and Liability of the Actors of the Financial Regulation

16-06-2008

The objective of the study is to shed light on the question of "non-contractual liability" and compensation in connection with the application of the Financial Regulation of the European Communities. It considers jurisdiction based on article 288(2) TEC, and articles 64 to 68 of the Financial Regulation as well as article 22 of the Staff Regulations. For comparison, the relevant practice in three Member States (Belgium, Germany, UK) and at an international organisation (United Nations secretariat ...

The objective of the study is to shed light on the question of "non-contractual liability" and compensation in connection with the application of the Financial Regulation of the European Communities. It considers jurisdiction based on article 288(2) TEC, and articles 64 to 68 of the Financial Regulation as well as article 22 of the Staff Regulations. For comparison, the relevant practice in three Member States (Belgium, Germany, UK) and at an international organisation (United Nations secretariat) is also looked at. Recommendations are formulated including the extent of liability and possible implications for the Financial Regulation.

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Deloitte Consulting cvba/scrl (Diegem, Belgium)

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