by Aurélien Condomines 22/06/2004 European competition law has recently been in the subject of serious criticism from different, diametrically opposite angles of attack. But behind this criticism could lurk the necessity to rethink entirely the European approach to economic and industrial policy. The Commission is criticized for a wide ...Read More »
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by Magdolna Csath 16/04/2004 There are only five months before 10 more countries become full members of the EU. How well prepared these countries are for the challenges of the membership, and how ready the EU is for handling the unexpectedly emerging problems and potential shocks of enlargement ? There ...Read More »
by Adrian Taylor 27/11/2003 Do we need a space policy ? The headlines are dramatic : The US is spending €35 billion on military and civil space research, which represents six times more than Europe in all its configurations and geography according to the European Commission (DN : IP/03/82, Date : 21/01/2003) “Now ...Read More »
Towards a “New Deal” in Europe? First steps to smart consultation and quality regulation in the E.U.
by Philippe Portalier 27/01/2003 According to research done by EOS/Gallup for the European Commission, European companies say that they are excessively shackled by the poor quality of regulation. They put the cost of regulation at 4% of Community GDP. 15% of this cost, or 0.6% of Community GDP, could ...Read More »