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Centre for European Policy Studies. Highlights 2013-14
Centre for European Policy Studies. Highlights 2013-14

Author(s): Edmond Alphandéry, Karel Lannoo, Daniel Gros, Kerstin Born-Sirkel, Sally Scott
Subject(s): Supranational / Global Economy, Energy and Environmental Studies, Governance, Labor relations, Economic policy, Environmental and Energy policy, International relations/trade, Family and social welfare, Economic development, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment
Published by: CEPS Centre for European Policy Studies
Keywords: European Union; Europe's future; energy policy; economic crisis; economic policy; labour mobility; EU Institutional Reform; foreign policy; social policy; social welfare; climate changes; environmental policy;
Summary/Abstract: It is my great pleasure to introduce myself as the new Chairman of CEPS. Let me start by thanking my predecessor, H. Onno Ruding, who assisted CEPS’ management in growing the organisation to the globally recognised institution that it is today, while preserving its integrity and reputation for insightful and constructive ideas. I intend to continue in that tradition, bringing my expertise to the work of CEPS on some of the core issues on the European agenda in 2014. In particular, the complex arrangements to establish a Single Resolution Mechanism will be of major importance. CEPS will follow the work of the intergovernmental conference that is fleshing out the agreement, providing input and acting as a sounding board for its proposals.

  • Page Count: 28
  • Publication Year: 2013
  • Language: English