2020 EU Agenda – A New Lisbon Strategy
European Union is an example of the most advanced economic integration. While talking about a fairly long process, over 50 years, Europeans have adopted the tactics of small steps, but also well coordinated. If you think at any important moment of the European Union such as the realization of the single market or single currency adoption, all of this moments have been announced by the implementation of previous strategies. We are talking about strong and complete strategies, such as the lasts biggest ones: Lisbon and 2020 strategies. This paper proposes to give and build a synthetic profile of the two strategies, because of the link between them. The 2020 Agenda comes up with recommendations and directions, from which most of them had been found in the Lisbon Strategy.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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