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European economic governance seen from the V4 – Standard Grant Project supported by the International Visegrad Fund

European economic governance seen from the V4

Standard Grant Project No. 21320391 supported by the International Visegrad Fund (www.visegradfund.org)

 

The project aims to deal with four specific aspects of European economic governance: EMU coordination, EU budget, Europe 2020 and the management of the financial and economic crisis. The events and the online publications provide a good opportunity to discuss the specific V4 views on these topics that are highly debated issues EU-wide. The inputs of the participants - renowned education, research and communication institutions - contribute to a better understanding of economic governance.

The project looks at the issue of economic governance from the specific point of view of the V4. In the framework of the project, four 1-day workshops are organised (one by each project participant); the series of workshops covers all V4 capitals. The language of the workshops will be English. Each workshop is devoted to one of the four subtopics: the first one (Bratislava) to EMU coordination, the second one (Budapest) to the EU budget 2014-2020, the third one (Prague) to Europe 2020, the fourth one (Warsaw) to the role of the EU in the global crisis management. All workshops are followed by an online publication structured around the main topics discussed. The language of the publications is English.

Project coordinator:

Budapest Business School (http://en.bgf.hu)

Contact: Dr. Tamás Szemlér (E-mail: szemler.tamas@kkk.bgf.hu; Phone:+36 1 467 7808)

Project partners:

EuroPolicy, Bratislava (www.europolicy.sk)

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Prague (www.europeum.org)

The Polish Institute of International Affairs (www.pism.pl)

 

 


 



Time for the Third Step? -  The V4+ and the Eurozone Accession

Budapest Business School is a partner in the project „Time for the Third Step? -  The V4+ and the Eurozone Accession” coordinated by the Polish Institute of International Affairs and supported by the International Visegrad Fund. 

 

The publication by Tamás Szemlér (based on his presentation at the project’s workshop in Sofia on 26 March 2015) can be read under the following link:


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