The Growth Sustainability Concept In The European Union
Definitions or approaches to sustainable growth are numerous, varied and often controversial. Despite, the three priorities (smart, sustainable and social growth) of Europe 2020â€(tm)s strategy, there are fears that the Lisbon Agenda could place sustainable development beneath an over-arching aim of increasing economic growth. In addition, this ambitious and new strategy is strangely built with old theoretical foundations. The general goals are divided into several sub-targets supposed to apply to all countries of the European Union. This necessarily requires adequate institutions to manage, and the creation of easily measurable indicators. However, the problem lies in the shared governance between the EU institutions and national governments.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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