Author: LARS P. FELD and FRIEDRICH HEINEMANN
Published in PFM, Vol. 9 No. 4
Following the agreement on the current multi-annual financial framework, the European Union discusses possibilities of revising the EU budget. This process is supposed to be finished in 2009. This symposium aims at contributing to the debate and to a better understanding of what drives spending and revenue of the EU. It first contains papers that are formulating proposals for a revision of EU finances and second studies that empirically analyze which economic and political factors determine the EU budget.
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