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A strategy for completing the Single Market: the trillion euro bonus - Report of the High-Level Panel of Experts to the IMCO Committee

11-01-2016

The economic potential of the Single Market could reach, according to research carried out by the European Parliament, as much as one trillion euro per annum in additional GDP growth. Securing this economic 'bonus' requires a strategic approach, through which the EU would pursue a “genuine Single Market” and treat it is as a common asset.  Such a strategy implies leadership and new politics for the Single Market, involving the full commitment of Member States and their compliance in implementing ...

The economic potential of the Single Market could reach, according to research carried out by the European Parliament, as much as one trillion euro per annum in additional GDP growth. Securing this economic 'bonus' requires a strategic approach, through which the EU would pursue a “genuine Single Market” and treat it is as a common asset.  Such a strategy implies leadership and new politics for the Single Market, involving the full commitment of Member States and their compliance in implementing of EU law and removing the remaining obstacles. Six key recommendations are put forward to enhance the functioning of the Single market, focused on concepts of reframing, reengineering and retooling the Single Market.

Compendium of Initial Appraisals of European Commission Impact Assessments: July 2014 - December 2015

03-09-2015

The European Parliament's Ex-Ante Impact Assessment Unit routinely undertakes initial appraisals of Impact Assessments accompanying the European Commission's legislative proposals when they arrive in Parliament, to check that certain criteria are met and to identify their basic methodological strengths and weaknesses. The initial appraisals do not attempt to deal with the substance of the proposal and are drafted for informational and background purposes to assist the relevant parliamentary committee ...

The European Parliament's Ex-Ante Impact Assessment Unit routinely undertakes initial appraisals of Impact Assessments accompanying the European Commission's legislative proposals when they arrive in Parliament, to check that certain criteria are met and to identify their basic methodological strengths and weaknesses. The initial appraisals do not attempt to deal with the substance of the proposal and are drafted for informational and background purposes to assist the relevant parliamentary committee(s) and Members more widely in their work.The present volume is a compendium of all Initial Appraisals produced from July 2014 to December 2015.

Mapping the Cost of Non-Europe, 2014 -19 - Third edition (April 2015)

13-04-2015

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy from pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament - from a wider and deeper digital single market to better coordinated national and European policies for defence and development ...

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy from pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament - from a wider and deeper digital single market to better coordinated national and European policies for defence and development. The benefits may be measured principally in additional GDP generated or a more rational use of public resources. The latest analysis suggests that the European economy could be boosted by almost 1.6 trillion euro per year - or 12 per cent of EU-28  GDP (2014) - by such measures over time. The study is intended as a contribution to the on-going discussion about the European Union’s policy priorities over the current five-year institutional cycle, from 2014 to 2019.  

Mapping the Cost of Non-Europe, 2014-2019: Second Edition - July 2014

15-07-2014

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy from pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament - from a wider and deeper digital single market to better coordinated national and European policies for defence and development ...

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy from pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament - from a wider and deeper digital single market to better coordinated national and European policies for defence and development. The benefits may be measured in additional GDP generated or a more rational use of public resources. The latest analysis suggests that the European economy could be boosted by some 990 billion euro per year - or 7.5 per cent of current GDP - by such measures over time. The study is intended as a contribution to the growing discussion about the European Union’s policy priorities over the coming five-year institutional cycle, from 2014 to 2019.

Mappatura del "costo della non-Europa" 2014-2019

05-03-2014

Il presente studio riunisce l'attività attualmente in corso riguardo a un progetto a lungo termine per identificare e analizzare il "costo della non-Europa" in numerosi ambiti politici. Tale concetto, esplorato per la prima volta dal Parlamento europeo negli anni Ottanta, viene qui utilizzato per quantificare i possibili miglioramenti in termini di efficienza per l'economia europea di oggi, derivanti dalla realizzazione di una serie di iniziative politiche sostenute di recente dal Parlamento e che ...

Il presente studio riunisce l'attività attualmente in corso riguardo a un progetto a lungo termine per identificare e analizzare il "costo della non-Europa" in numerosi ambiti politici. Tale concetto, esplorato per la prima volta dal Parlamento europeo negli anni Ottanta, viene qui utilizzato per quantificare i possibili miglioramenti in termini di efficienza per l'economia europea di oggi, derivanti dalla realizzazione di una serie di iniziative politiche sostenute di recente dal Parlamento e che spaziano da un mercato unico digitale più ampio e più approfondito a politiche nazionali ed europee più coordinate nell'ambito della difesa e dello sviluppo. I vantaggi possono essere misurati in termini di PIL aggiuntivo generato, oppure di utilizzo più razionale delle risorse pubbliche. Finora l'analisi suggerisce che l'economia europea potrebbe ottenere, nel tempo, miglioramenti pari a circa 800 miliardi di euro, ovvero il 6% del PIL corrente, grazie a tali misure. Lo studio è inteso come un contributo alla crescente discussione riguardo alle priorità politiche dell'Unione europea nel prossimo ciclo istituzionale quinquennale 2014-2019.

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