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 and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?, is mentionned in an article in the newspaper Ouest France entitled "Le Brexit va être un « choc » pour le budget de l’Union européenne", on January 17, 2017.
Notre policy paper Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?, is mentionned in an article in the newspaper Le Figaro entitled "Brexit: un "choc" pour le budget de l'UE (étude)", on January 17, 2017.
Eulalia Rubio, senior researcher at the Jacques Delors Institute, presents the European Parliament study on 'Public sector reform and how the EU budget is used to encourage reform in this regard' in a Panel discussion about eGovernment priorities.