2014 elections to the European Parliament: Economic challenges for Europe
Holger Bonin (),
Friedrich Heinemann (),
Oliver Schenker and
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In this paper we discuss what needs to be done in a number of key policy areas. Certainly, the EU should focus on fields where benefits for all of Europe can be produced, and should withdraw from policy areas where this is not the case. Furthermore, deeper economic and political integration is required to address future challenges in many important policy areas.
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