The Jacques Delors Institute is an active participant in the debate over EU budget reform. Its work focuses on reform of the system for financing the EU, encouraging constructive debate not centred solely on the notion of net contributions, and ...
The Jacques Delors Institute actively participates in the debates over the functioning and the reform of the EU budget. We advocate for a more effective and flexible EU budget, mostly financed through EU own resources rather than national contributions, and capable of responding to new common challenges such as the refugee crisis, terrorism, low growth and persistently high youth unemployment. We also participate in debates on the EU's investment strategy and the future of the Investment Plan for Europe.
Our policy paper Brexit et budget de l'UE : menace ou opportunité?, is mentionned in an article in the Belgian magazine Trends Tendances entitled "Budget UE: certains pays paieront plus après le Brexit", on February 28, 2017.
Eulalia Rubio, senior research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, appears as a guest on France Inter, in the programme café Europe to analyse the financial cost of the Brexit for the European Union, on January 29, 2017.
This policy paper analyses the impact of Brexit on the EU budget. It draws up different scenarios on how the EU could adjust to the expected shortfall after Brexit and highlight the political implications of these different options.
25/01/2017 Policy paper - Jörg Haas and Eulalia Rubio
Our policy paper Brexit et budget de l'UE : menace ou opportunité?, is mentionned in article in the online newspaper Express entitled "NO EASY WAY' for EU to deal with £8.6billion-a-year Brexit black hole, think-tank warns", on January 19, 2017.
Our policy paper Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?, is mentionned in an article in the newspaper Express entitled "Soft Brexit could cost Britain £4BILLION in EU budget bills as Brussels set to make UK PAY", on January 17, 2017.
Our policy paper Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?, is mentionned in an article in the newspaper The Telegraph entitled : "Brexit will bring bitter EU budget wars, report warns", on January 17, 2017.