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Think Global - Act European III (TGAE III)

La contribution de 16 think tanks européens au Trio des présidences Polonaise, Danoise et Chypriote de L’Union européenne.

Etude – sous la direction d’Elvire Fabry, Notre Europe, juin 2011.




Part I

PROSPECTS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

INTERNAL MARKET

The Single Market Act in Search of a Strategy
Tinne Heremans

The Single Market Act: Is it Really What the Market Needs?

Jorgen Hettne

SMART AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Implementation of Europe 2020: Time to Act

Fabian Zuleeg, Maria Joao Rodrigues

A New Innovation Spirit and the Future of Lead Markets
Pawel Zerka

Reconciling the Single Market Objective with the Renewable Energy Objective
Georg Zachmann

Carbon Capture and Storage: EU Advancing, but not Fast Enough
Stephen Tindale

Policy Options to imptove the Security of European Energy Supplies: Results from the SECURE project
Arno Behrens, Andrea Bigano, Manfred Hafner

DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES

Demographic Shock and Implicit Public Debt: Closing the sustainability Gap
Ognian Hishow

Europe's Demographic Challenge and immigration

Yiannis Tirkides

PART II ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE AND FINANCIAL REGULATIONS

ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

Governing the EU out of the Economic Crisis
Daniela Schwarzer

Sense and Nonsense of the Euro-Plus Pact

Daniel Gros, Cinzia Alcidi

Current Account Imbalances: the Role of Competitiveness and of Financial Sector Dynamics
Banadicta Marzinotto

European Monetary and Fiscal Policy Revisited

Andreas Theophanous, Yiannis Tirkides

Sovereign Debt Crisis Resolution in the Eurozone
Jean Pisani-Ferry, André Sapir

FINANCIAL REGULATION

The Financial Crisis Response: a Mid-term Review
Karel Lannoo

What if the New Finanial Supervision Framework proves insufficient?
Stijn Verhelst

PART III MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK 2014 - 2020 NEGOTIATIONS

EU BUDGET PRIORITIES, EXPENDITURES AND RESOURCES

Options for EU Budget Reform

Jonas Eriksson

Rethinking EU Finances in Light of the Crisis: Balancing Growth and Austerity Needs
Eulalia Rubio Barcelo

Own Resources and European Added Value
Andras Vertes

EU Budget Reform and the New Low-carbon Economy
Tamsin Cooper, Chris Littlecott

CAP

Strengthening the EU by Audaciously Reforming the CAP and its Financing
Nadège Chambon

A Chance for Further CAP Reform
Chris Haskins

How to Prepare a Fair and Efficient CAP Reform?
Tereza Svacinova

COHESION POLICY

The Challenges for Future Cohesion Policy
Marjorie Jouen

Where Does Europe 2020 Leave Cohesion Policy?
Miklos Losoncz

PART IV
FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE

The Rocky Road from Empty Prescriptions to Meaningful Policy:
Four Imperatives for a Better Immigration and Asymum Policy

Birgitte Mossin Bronden, Roderick Parkes

Managing Asylum Seeking in Europe:
How to Revise the Dublin III Convention

Anna Triandafyllidou

The EU's Internal Security Strategy and the Stockholm Programme:
A Challenge to Rule of Law and Liberty in Europe?

Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild

EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice:
From Post-Lisbon Tactics to EU Citizen-Oriented Strategy

Ino Slosarcik

PART V
ENLARGEMENT AND NEIGHBOURHOOD

The EU Enlargemen to the Western Balkans:
Time to Put Conditionality First Again

Julie Herschend Christoffersen, Vladimir Bartovic, David Kral, Eliska Slavikova, Tija Memisevic

EU Integration and the Prospect for further Enlargement:
The Case of Turkey

Andreas Theophanous, Christina Ioannou

Turkey and the EU: Time to Break the Stalemate
Dimitar Bechev

The EU and its Eastern Neighbourhood: Challenges of Engagement
Adam Balcer, Rosa Balfour

Towards a Paradigm Shift in Euro-Mediterranean Relations
Haizam Amirah-Fernandez, Eduard Soler i Lecha

Regionalising the EU's Neighbourhood:
Planning the Global Role for the Trio Presidency

Attila Agh

PART VI
FOREIGN POLICY

Facilitating Ashton's Work: a Role for the Rotating Presidency

Anne Schmidt

Making the EU's Voice Heard Globally

Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Pawel Swieboda

An External Energy Strategy for the EU
Sami Andoura, Agata Hinc

Engaging China:
EU on the Path towards Reciprocity with Global Power

Jonas Parello-Plesner

State of Play of the International Climate Negotiations:
How to Bridge the Remaining Gaps?

Clementine d'Oultremont

EU and Financial Sector Reform: Ensuring Global Harmonisation
Dimitrios Katsikas

The Future of Global Economic Governance:
From the G20 to a Global Economic Council

Jakob Vestergaard

PART VII
COMMON SECURITY AND DEFENCE POLICY

The Double Challenge of the EU Security and Defence Policy

Tomas Weiss

NATO and the EU: Towards a Cosntructuve Relationship?
Trine Flockhart

Trio Leadership: The Need to Liberalise the European Defence Market
Clara Marina O'Donnell

The Need for an Open System to Evaluate European Union CSDP Missions
Felix Arteaga

Bilateral vs. Structured Cooperation?
Flexible Cooperation In and Outside the EU Framework as a Tool for Advancing European Capabilities

Nicolai von Ondarza

The Solidarity Clause of the Lisbon Treaty
Jacques Keller-Noellet

PART VIII
INSTITUTIONAL INNOVATIONS

What is left for the Rotating Council Presidency under Lisbon Rules?

Piotr Maciej Kaczynski

The Role of the General Affairs Council Revisited in the Light of the 18-month Experience with the Lisbon Treaty
Ignacio Molina

Does Subsidiarity Ask the Right Question?

Jorgen Hettne, Fredrik Langdal

EU Policy and Constitutional Sovereignty: a Road Map
Filippa Chatzistavrou

The Citizens' Initiative: A Participatory Cure for Europe?
Julie Hassing Nielsen

The EP Electoral Reform: Another "Brick" in the Union's Democratic Construction?
Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Corina Stratulat


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