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The Gender Gap in the EU’s Public Employment and Leadership

02-03-2021

This Study has been commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the FEMM Committee. It provides a situational analysis of the gender gap in EU and Member States public sector, administration and sphere and identifies promising policy measures for reducing it.

This Study has been commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the FEMM Committee. It provides a situational analysis of the gender gap in EU and Member States public sector, administration and sphere and identifies promising policy measures for reducing it.

Išorės autorius

Clara COTRONEO, Olivia BROWN, Iwona KARWOT - European Institute of Public Administration

Assessment of the 10 years’ Cooperation and Verification Mechanism for Bulgaria and Romania

21-12-2017

This study takes stock of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) agreed between the European Commission and Bulgaria and Romania in 2007. It reviews the progress made regarding judicial reform, combatting corruption, and organised crime (in Bulgaria’s case), looks at the measures adopted in response to the latest Commission recommendations, and examines how the CVM has performed overall. The report includes recommendations on the future of the CVM.

This study takes stock of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) agreed between the European Commission and Bulgaria and Romania in 2007. It reviews the progress made regarding judicial reform, combatting corruption, and organised crime (in Bulgaria’s case), looks at the measures adopted in response to the latest Commission recommendations, and examines how the CVM has performed overall. The report includes recommendations on the future of the CVM.

Išorės autorius

Caroline Chandler, The Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP Eugénie Lale-Demoz, The Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP Mr Jack Malan, The Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP Mr Stephan Kreutzer, The Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services LLP

How to further strengthen the European Semester?

20-11-2017

The economic governance of the European Monetary Union is yearly organized during the so-called European Semester. The improvement of the European Semester is an on-going process, and some recent propositions must be positively acknowledged. Still, the European Semester and Country Specific recommendations don’t focus enough on issues with clear spill-overs on other countries. This Briefing Paper argues for a systematic discussion of a nominal stance at the European level, based on wage and price ...

The economic governance of the European Monetary Union is yearly organized during the so-called European Semester. The improvement of the European Semester is an on-going process, and some recent propositions must be positively acknowledged. Still, the European Semester and Country Specific recommendations don’t focus enough on issues with clear spill-overs on other countries. This Briefing Paper argues for a systematic discussion of a nominal stance at the European level, based on wage and price analysis. It would monitor price and wage developments to avoid nominal and current account divergences or deflationary convergence. Seven suggestions are provided to improve the European Semester and European Economic Governance.

Išorės autorius

X. Ragot

How to further strengthen the European Semester?

20-11-2017

The emphasis of the European Semester should shift from economic policy coordination – intended as the process through which Member States commit to common rules and recommendations adopted by the Council of the European Union under the surveillance of the European Commission – to a stronger national ownership. Coordination of national policies may be essential at times of crisis, when cross-country spillover effects tend to be large, but it may not be very effective when economic conditions return ...

The emphasis of the European Semester should shift from economic policy coordination – intended as the process through which Member States commit to common rules and recommendations adopted by the Council of the European Union under the surveillance of the European Commission – to a stronger national ownership. Coordination of national policies may be essential at times of crisis, when cross-country spillover effects tend to be large, but it may not be very effective when economic conditions return to normal, as spillovers tend to be small and the incentives for governments to coordinate lessen. Stronger national ownership should lead to better enforcement of commonly agreed rules, regardless of economic conditions and should take away the perception that rules are hierarchically imposed. National ownership could be improved by involving the national fiscal councils and the national productivity boards explicitly in the elaboration of EU? recommendations for national governments. This should be done without increasing the complexity of an already complicated EU governance system of governance or damaging their reputation as independent bodies. Reforms aiming to improve the structural functioning of the EU’s economies are of critical importance for Member States, yet the reasons why specific reforms should be embedded in the Semester are not always clear. Moreover, strengthening the Semester by further linking the EU budget to reforms undertaken in the Member States is fine in theory but very difficult in practice. Reforms cannot be ‘bought’ as such and it would be extremely difficult to measure the implementation of the CSRs precisely enough to make implementation a condition for funds. The role of the Commission should remain predominant in fostering coordination in case of economic crisis and in providing technical support for reforms whenever needed.

Išorės autorius

C.Alcidi, D.Gros

Indonesia: Kick-starting a flagging economy?

24-10-2016

Indonesia is by far the largest south-east Asian economy and a member of the G20. Structural problems are preventing the country from achieving its full economic potential and are dragging down growth. President Joko Widodo has set an ambitious economic reform agenda, but there are still enormous obstacles and it is too early to say whether his efforts will have a lasting impact.

Indonesia is by far the largest south-east Asian economy and a member of the G20. Structural problems are preventing the country from achieving its full economic potential and are dragging down growth. President Joko Widodo has set an ambitious economic reform agenda, but there are still enormous obstacles and it is too early to say whether his efforts will have a lasting impact.

Assessment of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund from a Gender Equality Perspective

15-07-2016

The study was requested by the European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality and commissioned, overseen and published by the Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs. This assessment aims at investigating gender differences across EGF interventions. By adopting gender budgeting principles, the analysis shows that there are at least four factors resulting in different treatment of men and women in the implementation of the fund: a more frequent implementation ...

The study was requested by the European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality and commissioned, overseen and published by the Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs. This assessment aims at investigating gender differences across EGF interventions. By adopting gender budgeting principles, the analysis shows that there are at least four factors resulting in different treatment of men and women in the implementation of the fund: a more frequent implementation of the EGF in male-dominated sectors based on the fact that the impact of the crisis by sectors is not gender neutral, the size of the firms involved in the interventions, and the prevailing productive structure by sectors. Apart from a general analysis, the study includes also detailed analyses of EGF cases in seven Member States.

Išorės autorius

Silvia Sansonetti (Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini, Italy)

The Cost of Non-Europe in the area of Organised Crime and Corruption: Annex III - Overall assessment of organised crime and corruption

10-03-2016

This briefing paper addresses four key issues:  the challenges of combatting organised crime at EU level; the challenges of combatting mafia-style organised crime in the EU;  the challenges of combatting corruption at EU level and the inter-relation between organised crime (including mafia-style organised crime) and corruption. After exploring these issues, the paper discusses the options for action at EU level and the policy implications involved.

This briefing paper addresses four key issues:  the challenges of combatting organised crime at EU level; the challenges of combatting mafia-style organised crime in the EU;  the challenges of combatting corruption at EU level and the inter-relation between organised crime (including mafia-style organised crime) and corruption. After exploring these issues, the paper discusses the options for action at EU level and the policy implications involved.

Išorės autorius

This study has been written by Federico Varese, Professor of Criminology, University of Oxford, Senior Research Fellow, Nuffield College, at the request of the European Added Value Unit of the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value within the Directorate General for Parliamentary Research Services (DG EPRS) of the General Secretariat of the European Parliament.

Informing and Consulting Public Sector Workers

28-09-2015

A considerable body of law catering for information and consultation needs of workers at national and transnational level have been developed since 1994 on the basis of the Treaty. However, the fact that this I&C legislation does not apply to workers in public administration is increasingly seen as necessitating change. This note traces the attempts to-date to have the public administration included in European I&C legislation.

A considerable body of law catering for information and consultation needs of workers at national and transnational level have been developed since 1994 on the basis of the Treaty. However, the fact that this I&C legislation does not apply to workers in public administration is increasingly seen as necessitating change. This note traces the attempts to-date to have the public administration included in European I&C legislation.

Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy

06-07-2015

Territorial governance is a relatively new and complex concept. It brings together the place-based approach and multi-level governance. This analysis supports the understanding of territorial governance, mainly with regard to EU Cohesion Policy. Depending on the institutional and political context, as well as past experience, territorial governance in Cohesion Policy can have different forms. In all cases, stakeholders must have institutional capacity.

Territorial governance is a relatively new and complex concept. It brings together the place-based approach and multi-level governance. This analysis supports the understanding of territorial governance, mainly with regard to EU Cohesion Policy. Depending on the institutional and political context, as well as past experience, territorial governance in Cohesion Policy can have different forms. In all cases, stakeholders must have institutional capacity.

Išorės autorius

Kai Böhme, Sabine Zillmer, Maria Toptsidou and Frank Holstein (Spatial Foresight, Luxembourg)

Sanglaudos politikos įgyvendinimas 2014–2020 m. Valstybių narių pasirengimo darbai ir administraciniai gebėjimai

15-09-2014

Šio tyrimo tikslas – įvertinti valstybių narių administracinius gebėjimus sanglaudos politikai 2014–2020 m. įgyvendinti ir administraciniu lygmeniu vykdytus pasirengimo darbus siekiant sėkmingai pradėti programavimo laikotarpį. Keturiolikoje atvejo tyrimų patvirtinama, kad ES ir valstybių narių lygmeniu, remiantis per ankstesnius laikotarpius sukaupta patirtimi, rengiamos supaprastinimo priemonės, tačiau taip pat tvirtinama, kad veiksmingam ir efektyviam fondų valdymui 2014–2020 m. įtaką vis dar ...

Šio tyrimo tikslas – įvertinti valstybių narių administracinius gebėjimus sanglaudos politikai 2014–2020 m. įgyvendinti ir administraciniu lygmeniu vykdytus pasirengimo darbus siekiant sėkmingai pradėti programavimo laikotarpį. Keturiolikoje atvejo tyrimų patvirtinama, kad ES ir valstybių narių lygmeniu, remiantis per ankstesnius laikotarpius sukaupta patirtimi, rengiamos supaprastinimo priemonės, tačiau taip pat tvirtinama, kad veiksmingam ir efektyviam fondų valdymui 2014–2020 m. įtaką vis dar darys nacionalinėms ir regioninėms valdžios institucijoms iškylantys administraciniai sunkumai.

Išorės autorius

Herta Tödtling-Schönhofer, Christine Hamza and Alice Radzyner (Metis GmbH) ; John Bachtler, Stefan Kah and Carlos Mendez (EPRC University)

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