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Eulalia Rubio

Eulalia Rubio

Senior Research Fellow. Economic and social affairs, european budget.
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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 ...
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Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?
Public Sector Reform: How the EU budget is used to encourage it
Investment in Europe: Making the best of the Juncker Plan
Federalising the Eurozone: Towards a true European budget?
The "added value" in EU budgetary debates: one concept, four meanings
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European Budget

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.

Brussels, 19 April 2007 - The European budget - What for?

Committee of the Regions, Brussels - The European budget - What for? - Conference of experts

09/03/2007 Seminar - Eulalia Rubio

Reform of EU policies in the perspective of enlargement and their financial implications

Seminar organised by The European Policy Centre and Notre Europe in Brussels, April 18th 2002.

21/08/2006 Synthesis - Notre Europe

European budget : the poisonous budget rebate debate

"Net balance" calculations have become a central issue in the affairs of the European Union. The author of this study reveals just how fragile, volatire and even meaningless the figures can be.

30/11/2005 Studies and reports - Jacques Le Cacheux and Pascal Lamy
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