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Economic Dialogue with the President of the Eurogroup - ECON on 7 December 2017

05-12-2017

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, President of the Eurogroup, has been invited to a regular Economic Dialogue, in particular, in accordance with Article 2ab of Regulation 1466/97 as amended. This briefing provides an overview of the ongoing work of the Eurogroup as regards public finances, macro-economic imbalances, financial adjustment programmes and the banking union. Mr Dijsselbloem has been the Eurogroup President since January 2013. As the President of the Eurogroup, he is also chairing the Board of Governors ...

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, President of the Eurogroup, has been invited to a regular Economic Dialogue, in particular, in accordance with Article 2ab of Regulation 1466/97 as amended. This briefing provides an overview of the ongoing work of the Eurogroup as regards public finances, macro-economic imbalances, financial adjustment programmes and the banking union. Mr Dijsselbloem has been the Eurogroup President since January 2013. As the President of the Eurogroup, he is also chairing the Board of Governors of the European Stability Mechanism. His mandate ends on 13 January 2018 when his successor Mário Centeno, Portugal’s Minister of Finance, will take office.

Critical functions and public interest in banking services: Need for clarification?

30-11-2017

Under the EU framework for dealing with banking problems, resolution is seen as an exception to be granted only if liquidation under national insolvency proceedings is not warranted. We look at the recent liquidation of two Italian banks to show how resolution and liquidation differ substantially when it comes to the scope of legislation applicable to the use of public funds. We argue that more clarity would be needed as to the role that the concepts of critical functions and public interest play ...

Under the EU framework for dealing with banking problems, resolution is seen as an exception to be granted only if liquidation under national insolvency proceedings is not warranted. We look at the recent liquidation of two Italian banks to show how resolution and liquidation differ substantially when it comes to the scope of legislation applicable to the use of public funds. We argue that more clarity would be needed as to the role that the concepts of critical functions and public interest play in Member States’ decision to grant liquidation aid, and that the two-tier system – in which resolution is done at the EU level but insolvency remains a national prerogative – raises issues in the context of Banking Union.

Externí autor

Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Party Financing and Referendum Campaigns in EU Member States

16-03-2015

This study has been prepared by the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), part of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam (UvA). It comprises 1) an up-to-date inventory of party finance rules within the EU Member States, 2) an overview of the regulations on referendum and issue campaigns, 3) an investigation into actual spending on the EU referendum, national election, and EU election campaigns, and 4) remarks concerning AFCO’s amendments to the proposed ...

This study has been prepared by the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), part of the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam (UvA). It comprises 1) an up-to-date inventory of party finance rules within the EU Member States, 2) an overview of the regulations on referendum and issue campaigns, 3) an investigation into actual spending on the EU referendum, national election, and EU election campaigns, and 4) remarks concerning AFCO’s amendments to the proposed Statute for European Political Parties based on collected data.

Externí autor

M. van Klingeren, M. Orozco, J. van Spanje and C. de Vreese (Amsterdam School of Communication Research - ASCoR, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

Feasibility of Social Protection Schemes in Developing Countries

12-02-2013

Social protection can play a key role in reducing poverty and inequality. Growing recognition of this potential impact has led social protection to rise up the agenda of policymakers in the international development community. In recent years, increased social protection coverage in developing countries has been achieved by the expansion of a combination of programmes. The further expansion of social insurance remains a challenge as a result of low participation in the formal economy and the types ...

Social protection can play a key role in reducing poverty and inequality. Growing recognition of this potential impact has led social protection to rise up the agenda of policymakers in the international development community. In recent years, increased social protection coverage in developing countries has been achieved by the expansion of a combination of programmes. The further expansion of social insurance remains a challenge as a result of low participation in the formal economy and the types of risks encountered by the poor. Initiatives to address these obstacles include the promotion of formal employment, reduction of inequalities in education and extension of coverage through community-based schemes with the support of government. While some degree of private for-profit and nonfor profit involvement in social protection provision may contribute to extending coverage, government efforts are central to ensuring that the barriers faced in reaching the poorest are overcome and that access to and quality of services are guaranteed. Social protection lies at the heart of the European social model. The European experience awards a unique role to EU development cooperation in supporting social protection in developing countries. In coordination with other donors, the EU should support the efforts of governments in promoting inclusive social protection.

Externí autor

Francesca BASTAGLI (OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, the UK)

Potential of Venture Capital in the European Union

09-02-2012

This study gives an overview of the situation of the VC industry in the EU, its perspectives for and barriers to further development. In addition, suggestions for policy initiatives that may help to diminish these barriers are provided.

This study gives an overview of the situation of the VC industry in the EU, its perspectives for and barriers to further development. In addition, suggestions for policy initiatives that may help to diminish these barriers are provided.

Externí autor

Tereza Tykvová, Mariela Borell and Tim-Alexander Kroencke

Státní podpora pro námořní přístavy EU

15-12-2011

Tato studie se zabývá uplatňováním pravidel EU v oblasti státní podpory infrastrukturních investic do odvětví námořních přístavů a porovnává nedávné příklady státní podpory pro severní a jižní námořní přístavy EU v souvislosti s různými druhy správy přístavů. Zjištění studie mohou být použita při budoucích diskusích o přístavní politice EU v rámci Výboru pro dopravu a cestovní ruch (TRAN).

Tato studie se zabývá uplatňováním pravidel EU v oblasti státní podpory infrastrukturních investic do odvětví námořních přístavů a porovnává nedávné příklady státní podpory pro severní a jižní námořní přístavy EU v souvislosti s různými druhy správy přístavů. Zjištění studie mohou být použita při budoucích diskusích o přístavní politice EU v rámci Výboru pro dopravu a cestovní ruch (TRAN).

Externí autor

Karel Vanroye, Kees Verweij, Rikkert de Kort and Maja Koster (Buck Consultants International - BCI) Holger Kramer (Institut für Seeverkehrswirtschaft and Logistik - ISL) Gilbert Meyer, Delphine Dubreuil and Géry Deffontaines (Catram Consultants)

Workshop on 'Financing energy savings and energy efficiency in Europe'

14-10-2011

The workshop set out to evaluate and assess the advantages, disadvantages and barriers related to the various financing instruments for energy savings and energy efficiency. It also looked at the financing needs and relevant instruments for achieving energy savings under energy obligation schemes.

The workshop set out to evaluate and assess the advantages, disadvantages and barriers related to the various financing instruments for energy savings and energy efficiency. It also looked at the financing needs and relevant instruments for achieving energy savings under energy obligation schemes.

Externí autor

Johannes Feist and Johannes Feist (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau - KfW, Germany) ; Terry Ward (Applica) ; Brian Motherway (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland -SEAI, Ireland) ; Didier Bosseboeuf (World Energy Council and French Agency for Environment and Energy Management - ADEME)

Perspectives for the New European Fisheries Fund

15-08-2011

In 2011, the Commission will launch the review of the EFF with the publication of a draft regulation and associated impact assessment. This report presents an independent evaluation of the EFF to highlight the challenges faced by Member States and the sector in implementing the regulation during the current programming period. Proposals for a future EEF are developed and a series of options are evaluated.

In 2011, the Commission will launch the review of the EFF with the publication of a draft regulation and associated impact assessment. This report presents an independent evaluation of the EFF to highlight the challenges faced by Member States and the sector in implementing the regulation during the current programming period. Proposals for a future EEF are developed and a series of options are evaluated.

Externí autor

Indrani LUTCHMAN, Sophie DES CLERS, Axel VOLKERY, Stephanie NEWMAN, Peter HJERP and Patrick TEN BRINK (Institute for European Environmental Policy - IEEP, the UK)

The interaction between sovereign debt and risk weighting under the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) - as an incentive to limit government exposures

20-09-2010

This compilation of briefing papers is written by members of the Financial Services Expert Panel of ECON advising the Committee on financial services policy questions. It includes three contributions on the interaction between sovereign debt and risk weighting under the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) as an incentive to limit government exposures, as well as a summary of the papers.

This compilation of briefing papers is written by members of the Financial Services Expert Panel of ECON advising the Committee on financial services policy questions. It includes three contributions on the interaction between sovereign debt and risk weighting under the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) as an incentive to limit government exposures, as well as a summary of the papers.

Externí autor

Achim KASSOW, Member of the Board of Managing Directors Commerzbank AG; Barbara FROHN, Managing Director, Global Head of Internal Validation and Member of the Public Policy group in Grupo Santander S.A.; Marianne KAGER, Managing Director MK Ceba GesmbH

How to Optimise the Efficiency of Science and Research, the Most Important Critical Success Factors of the High-Tech Economies - Scientific Methods Server

01-09-2005

The study provides the European Parliament with practicable solutions for raising substantially the efficiency of publicly funded academic research. The survey makes recommendations for raising efficiency - in experimental research using biotechnology as an example, - in the operation of research infrastructure and - in technical research processes. To this end, knowledge gained from commercial production processes is applied to research processes. In this regard it is essential to introduce ...

The study provides the European Parliament with practicable solutions for raising substantially the efficiency of publicly funded academic research. The survey makes recommendations for raising efficiency - in experimental research using biotechnology as an example, - in the operation of research infrastructure and - in technical research processes. To this end, knowledge gained from commercial production processes is applied to research processes. In this regard it is essential to introduce new ways of thinking where research is concerned: 1. In many areas, research facilities function in a similar way to commercial enterprises. 2. For this reason value-creation is pursued also in research facilities. 3. Individual research processes are comparable with value-creation steps in the commercial economy. 4. Certain research processes and the deployed infrastructure contain significant potential for efficiency optimisation.

Externí autor

Walter Gränzer (Technische Universität München, Germany) with the support of Oliver Haas, Christian Hackl, Ulrich Wild (TUM-Tech GmbH, Germany)

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