European economic governance and Cohesion policy

The project analysed the interactions between the wide-ranging economic governance reforms undertaken over the 2008-2013 period and Cohesion Policy. The study details the main changes and analyses how the aims of Cohesion policy are likely to be affected. It also highlights the challenges of assuring legitimacy and of suitable formulation of Cohesion policy as especially salient issues for the European Parliament, not least because of the expanded roles in economic governance of the European Commission and the European Central Bank.

Funded by: European Parliament

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