The Czech Republic – impacts of and experience with EU membership
Ivo Šlosarèík ()
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Ivo Šlosarèík: Department of European Studies, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2011, vol. 2(2), pages 21-30
This paper analyses the impact of the post-accession experience of the Czech Republic in the years 2004-2011. In particular, it focuses on the integration into the EU internal market, preparation for Eurozone accession, transfers from the EU budget and the formulation of the EU energy policy. In each policy area, both the impact of the existing EU regulatory framework and Czech preferences for its reforms are covered. The last section of the paper (chapter 6) describes the Czech institutional adaptation to the EU membership, in particular the 2009 Czech presidency experience.
Keywords: Czech Republic; European Union enlargement; internal market; Presidency of the Council of EU; transition periods; EU energy policy; EU budget. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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