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Draft Amending Budget (DAB) No 1/2016: Instrument for Emergency Support and Europol

07-04-2016

DAB No 1/2016 deals with two different European Commission proposals: the provision of the initial financial means for the new instrument aimed at delivering emergency support inside the European Union (EU); and an increase in the staffing of the recently created European Counter-Terrorism Centre within Europol. The European Parliament has fast-tracked its examination of the proposals, while the Council also rapidly adopted its own position on the DAB.

DAB No 1/2016 deals with two different European Commission proposals: the provision of the initial financial means for the new instrument aimed at delivering emergency support inside the European Union (EU); and an increase in the staffing of the recently created European Counter-Terrorism Centre within Europol. The European Parliament has fast-tracked its examination of the proposals, while the Council also rapidly adopted its own position on the DAB.

Economic Dialogue with the Commission on 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans taking place on 15 December 2015

09-12-2015

The paper is prepared by the Economic Governance Support Unit in advance of the Economic Dialogue with the Commission on 15 December 2015. Vice-president Dombrovskis and Commissioner Moscovici have been invited to an Economic Dialogue on the European Commission opinions on the 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans of the Euro Area Member States based on Articles 7 and 15 of EU Regulation 473/2013.

The paper is prepared by the Economic Governance Support Unit in advance of the Economic Dialogue with the Commission on 15 December 2015. Vice-president Dombrovskis and Commissioner Moscovici have been invited to an Economic Dialogue on the European Commission opinions on the 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans of the Euro Area Member States based on Articles 7 and 15 of EU Regulation 473/2013.

Economic Governance in the EMU: Stocktaking and Possible Developments

08-12-2015

The debate on the way to further enhance the economic governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) will remain on top of the European policy agenda in the foreseeable future. This note gives a short description of the state-of-play and possible developments of various governance instruments of EMU. This note is an update on an earlier version published on 22 June 2015.

The debate on the way to further enhance the economic governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) will remain on top of the European policy agenda in the foreseeable future. This note gives a short description of the state-of-play and possible developments of various governance instruments of EMU. This note is an update on an earlier version published on 22 June 2015.

Overview on European Commission Opinions on 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans

27-11-2015

This note gives an overview of the opinions by the European Commission on the 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans as submitted by Euro Area Member States to the European Commission and the Eurogroup during the autumn budgetary surveillance cycle of national budgetary policies.

This note gives an overview of the opinions by the European Commission on the 2016 Draft Budgetary Plans as submitted by Euro Area Member States to the European Commission and the Eurogroup during the autumn budgetary surveillance cycle of national budgetary policies.

The EU Budget for Gender Equality

28-05-2015

This study subjects the EU budget to a gender budgeting analysis revealing revenue and spending decisions’ impacts on gender equality. It covers the operational expenditure of six selected policy areas, in an attempt to pave the way for further, more comprehensive analysis. The authors adopt the capability approach, based on a broad definition of human wellbeing, following bottom-up logic. The analysis leads to the following conclusions: • Many titles of the EU budget do not follow the EU’s high ...

This study subjects the EU budget to a gender budgeting analysis revealing revenue and spending decisions’ impacts on gender equality. It covers the operational expenditure of six selected policy areas, in an attempt to pave the way for further, more comprehensive analysis. The authors adopt the capability approach, based on a broad definition of human wellbeing, following bottom-up logic. The analysis leads to the following conclusions: • Many titles of the EU budget do not follow the EU’s high level commitment to gender equality and gender mainstreaming; • The EU budget is not entirely transparent, since the amounts allocated to different policy objectives and actions are not always specified; • Finally, specific gender indicators and gender-disaggregated data are not systematically used in the monitoring and evaluation of different actions that are funded by the budget.

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Firat CENGIZ, Fiona BEVERIDGE and Margarita SANZ GONZALEZ (Blomeyer & Sanz)

Partially Self-Financed EU Agencies and the Principle of Fee Setting

14-03-2014

This study examines the budget structure and cost allocation, fee determination as well as treatment of surpluses/deficits and potential financial reserves of the partially selffinanced EU agencies (i.e. the agencies which carry out public tasks for the EU and provide services to clients from industry and are not co-financed by national public authorities), namely the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The study identifies ...

This study examines the budget structure and cost allocation, fee determination as well as treatment of surpluses/deficits and potential financial reserves of the partially selffinanced EU agencies (i.e. the agencies which carry out public tasks for the EU and provide services to clients from industry and are not co-financed by national public authorities), namely the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The study identifies and analyses the characteristics of the two mutually exclusive approaches – the “assigned revenue model” (case of EASA) and the “universal budgeting model” (case of ECHA and EMA) – as well as the consequences of each model. Furthermore, the study discusses the potential for extending self-financing of EU agencies.

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Lionel KAPFF, Mathieu SAUNIER and Thierry VAN SCHOUBROECK (Deloitte Consulting CVBA, Belgium)

The CAP in the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014/2020

14-10-2011

This is the third working paper written by Policy Department B on Common Agricultural Policy Reform. The purpose of this document is to provide an analysis of the Commission’s Communication on “A Budget for Europe 2020”, with the aim of facilitating the legislative work of the MEPs relating to the next reform of the CAP. After a description of the historical evolution of the European budget and spending on the Common Agricultural Policy, the paper explores the new proposed Multiannual Financial Framework ...

This is the third working paper written by Policy Department B on Common Agricultural Policy Reform. The purpose of this document is to provide an analysis of the Commission’s Communication on “A Budget for Europe 2020”, with the aim of facilitating the legislative work of the MEPs relating to the next reform of the CAP. After a description of the historical evolution of the European budget and spending on the Common Agricultural Policy, the paper explores the new proposed Multiannual Financial Framework for the 2014–2020 period, with particular reference to the CAP budget and its various components.

The CAP in the EU Budget : New Objectives and Financial Principles for the Agricultural Budget after 2013

16-05-2011

We are at the eve of a possible review of the EU budget and, at the same time, of a key CAP reform. The two issues are tightly connected and influencing each other and the outcomes will be mainly determined by the timing of the reforms. In this study we present some alternative scenarios that keep together different hypotheses of EU budget review and CAP reform, looking at how the net balances of Member States change accordingly. The instrument of the net balance is key in understanding the costs ...

We are at the eve of a possible review of the EU budget and, at the same time, of a key CAP reform. The two issues are tightly connected and influencing each other and the outcomes will be mainly determined by the timing of the reforms. In this study we present some alternative scenarios that keep together different hypotheses of EU budget review and CAP reform, looking at how the net balances of Member States change accordingly. The instrument of the net balance is key in understanding the costs and benefits of the Member States in each scenario and their consequent positions in favour or against a reform proposal.

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Roberto Henke, Fabio Pierangeli and Roberta Sardone (Istituto Nazionale di Economia Agraria - INEA) ; Riccardo Crescenzi, Fabrizio De Filippis and Mara Giua (University of Roma Tre) ; Nadège Chambon (Notre Europe) ; Luca Salvatici (University of Molise)

The Budgetary Aspects of the New CAP Payments

16-11-2009

This note examines the available political and scientific evidence that can shed some light on the likely post-2013 CAP budget. Substantial uncertainties exist with regard to funding availability, funding needs, and the relationship of the CAP with other policies. If the CAP moves boldly towards promoting European public goods, one can expect that a significantly smaller budget will be sufficient and that competition from other policy areas for EU funding will not constrain the future CAP during ...

This note examines the available political and scientific evidence that can shed some light on the likely post-2013 CAP budget. Substantial uncertainties exist with regard to funding availability, funding needs, and the relationship of the CAP with other policies. If the CAP moves boldly towards promoting European public goods, one can expect that a significantly smaller budget will be sufficient and that competition from other policy areas for EU funding will not constrain the future CAP during the next financial perspectives.

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Valentin Zahrnt

Does the EU have Sufficient Resources to Meet its Objectives on Energy Policy and Climate Change?

08-01-2008

The study describes the various estimates made of the annual global cost of tackling climate change, ranging from €230 to €614 billion. The EU's share in this ranges from €24 to €194 billion. The study then analyses the resources devoted to climate change in the EU budget and includes suggestions for rectifying shortcomings identified. Overall, although it is difficult to put a precise figure on the amount that should be included in the EU budget, current spending appears rather modest and could ...

The study describes the various estimates made of the annual global cost of tackling climate change, ranging from €230 to €614 billion. The EU's share in this ranges from €24 to €194 billion. The study then analyses the resources devoted to climate change in the EU budget and includes suggestions for rectifying shortcomings identified. Overall, although it is difficult to put a precise figure on the amount that should be included in the EU budget, current spending appears rather modest and could and should be increased. Examples of climate change related spending at national level (in Germany, the UK, the USA and China) are also described. The study ends with an assessment of the potential of the EU emissions trading scheme to raise additional resources at EU level to tackle climate change.

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Christian Egenhofer, Arno Behrens and Jorge Núñez Ferrer Centre for European Policy Studies Place du Congrès 1 B-1000 Brussels

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