On the eve of the extraordinary European council of 22nd and 23rd
November 2012 on the "Multiannual financial framework 2014-2020", we
are sending you a selection of articles and studies that Notre Europe -
Jacques Delors Institute has published on the Budget of the EU during more
than a year.
These publications include in particular analyses and points of view
that favour widened and constructive budgetary debate, recommendations on the
perspectives of evolution of key sectorial spending (research, energy, external
action) and also a more general call "to spent better together ".
Spending better together: analyses and recommendations
Eurozone budget: 3 functions, 3 instruments
Reforming the EU budget in times of crisis
EU budget negotiations: need for a healthy and constructive debate
Erasmus and European mobility: a strategic investment
Research, Higher Education and Innovation: Redesigning European Governance in a Period of Crisis
Financing Trans-European Energy Infrastructures – Past, Present, and Perspectives
European Development Aid: How to be more effective without spending more?
Defence spending in Europe: Can we do better without spending more?
Thinking the EU budget and public spending in Europe: the need to use an aggregate approach
The "added value" in EU budgetary debates: one concept, four meanings
Rethinking EU finances in times of crisis