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Evaluating EU Economic Governance – Elements for the debate on the “Six-Pack” and “Two-Pack”: Implementation in Action

Written by Stephan Huber and Marco Scagliusi
Evaluating EU Economic Governance

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The “Two-Pack” and “Six-Pack” mark the latest stage of the legislative framework for Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).

The European Commission evaluation report is the first step in building a deeper and fairer Economic and Monetary Union.

Articles and studies have highlighted the need to further address those issues which result in a misalignment of economic governance with its original goals.

Democratic accountability, Member States’ compliance with country specific recommendations, coordination in the European Semester and macroeconomic surveillance are some of the issues which require further attention.

Read the whole Briefing here

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The Policy Cycle Unit acts as an information and analysis centre for all work in the EP, the Commission and other bodies on the implementation, enforcement and effectiveness of EU law and policies in practice. The unit provides Implementation Appraisals of the operation of existing legislation in practice, whenever a new proposal to update such legislation is foreseen in the Commission's Annual Work Programme. The unit also monitors and provides analytical products on other parts of the policy cycle, and the cycle as a whole, notably a series of 'rolling check-lists' of, for example, evaluation studies by the Commission and review clauses in EU Law and international agreements.

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