EU budget negotiations continue against a backdrop of austerity: but they are still in need of reform to produce a more efficient financial framework
AbstractThe on-going negotiation of the EU’s budget is heavily constrained by how the decision process takes place, with member states focusing on narrowly defined national interests, rather than on securing a better budget for Europe. Sara Hagemann argues that how the EU budget is negotiated must be reformed altogether if the EU is to address the new challenges it is facing.
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