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The list of resources which are used to compile this bulletin is available as PDF-file: erb-sources-062003.pdf (467 Kb).

December 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 35
  When negotiations begin: the next phase in EU-Turkey relations (Centre for European Reform)
  Moteur malgré tout – Les relations franco-allemandes et l’Union élargie (Notre Europe)
  Turkey, the EU and freedom in the world: an examination of EU accession through the lens of data on political rights and civil liberties (Freedom House)
  Central and Eastern Europe in the 2004 European elections – a not so European event (Sussex European Institute)
  The structural challenges facing the candidate countries (Economic Policy Committee)
  Bond markets and long-term interest rates in non-euro area member states of the European Union and in accession states (European Central Bank)
  Economic survey of the Czech Republic (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
  Manufacturing FDI in new EU member states – Foreign penetration and location shifts between 1998 and 2002 (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  European neighbourhood policy: strategy or placebo? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  What about the neighbours? The impact of Schengen along the EU’s external borders (Centre for European Policy Studies)
   
November 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 34
  What Does Freedom of Movement Mean in an Enlarged EU? (Centre for European Policy Studies - CEPS)
  Quel budget européen à l'horizon 2013? Moyens et politiques d'une Union élargie (L’Institut français des relations internationales - IFRI)
  La Turquie et l’Europe (Centre des Etudes européennes de Strasbourg - CEES)
  Changing Opinions in an EU of 25 (Hill & Knowlton)
  Le “grand élargissement” et le respect u droit communautaire (Notre Europe)
  Foreign Direct Investment and the Catching-up Process in New EU Member States: Is There a Flying Geese Pattern? (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies - WIIW)
  Economic Survey of Turkey 2004 (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – OECD)
  Forging the Future: The Impact of EU Enlargement on the Steel Industry (PriceWaterhouseCoopers)
  EU Enlargement and Agriculture: Risks and Opportunities (Friends of the Earth Europe)
  Mise en oeuvre de la PAC et son contexte dans les pays d’Europe centrale et orientale (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures)
October 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 33
  CEE - from transition to convergence (Bank Austria Creditanstalt)
  Pressure from the East European member states (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)
  The European transformation of modern Turkey (Centre for European Policy Reform)
  An asset but not a model: Turkey, the EU and the wider Middle East (Centre for European Reform)
  The enlarged EU and the CFSP (Polish Centre for International Relations)
  Doing business in 2005: removing obstacles to growth (World Bank)
  World Investment Report 2004 (UNCTAD)
  Looking forward: the impact of EU enlargement on the chemical industry (PriceWaterhouseCoopers)
  EU enlargement: implications for new member countries, the United States, and world trade (Economic Research Service – United States Department of Agriculture)
  Ending wasteful energy use in Central and Eastern Europe (WWF - global conservation organisation)
   
September 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 32
  New stimulus or integration backlash? (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)
  Turkey and the EU budget: prospects and issues (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  From drift to strategy: why the EU should start accession talks with Turkey (Centre for European Reform)
  Contracts and tenders in the accession countries - public procurement across the new member states of the European Union (Euro Info Centre Business Gateway)
  European and national identities in EU's old and new member states: ethnic, civic, instrumental and symbolic components (European Integration Online Papers)
  EU Monitor: Reports on European integration (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe with special attention to Austrian FDI activities in this region (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Sustainability of the Estonian Macroeconomic Performance in the Light of the EU Membership (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London)
  Institutional change and economic performance in transition economies: the case of Poland (Sussex European Institute)
  Eurozone enlargement: exploring uncharted waters (Ezoneplus Research Consortium)
   
August 2004 - PDF Issue Nr. 31
 
Les pays de la CEI sur la voie de la transition : un succès en demi-teinte pour le programme TACIS (Notre Europe)
 
The challenges of EU enlargement (KPMG)
 
A festival of populism: Slovakia after its 2004 presidential election (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)
 
Turkey - a new corporate world for Europe (European Round Table)
 

As east you go, the more they grow: transition economies in a new setting (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)

 

UNECE Economic survey of Europe 2004 (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe)

 
Can Labour Market Institutions Explain Unemployment Rates in New EU Member States? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
 
OECD Economic Survey of Poland 2004 (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
 
Complémentarités entre PPP et fonds communautaires (French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
 
Perspective on Trade with EU in the Context of EU Enlargement (Centre for Social and Economic Research - CASE, Poland)
   
July 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 30
  EU enlargement: how to reap the benefits (Centre for European Reform)
  Turkey and the European Union: just another enlargement? (Friends of Europe)
  EU extension to the East and exporting jobs (German Institute for International and Security Affairs)
  Turkey's accession to the EU: Time for a leap of faith (European Policy Centre)
  Assessing the economic implications of Turkish accession to the EU (Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis)
  Infrastructure as basis for sustainable regional development (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Perspectives of ICT in the new Europe (eEurope+ progress report)
  Creative Destruction and Transition: the Effects of Firm Entry and Exit on Productivity Growth in Estonia (University College London - Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe)
  Europeanisation and regionalisation: Domestic changes and structural networks in Slovenia (University of Ljubljana – Faculty of Social Sciences)
  The unfinished enlargement: report on free movement of people in EU-25 (European Citizen Action Service)
   
June 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 29
  Third Cohesion Report of the European Commission – conclusions for Poland (Institute of Public Affairs, Poland)
  Has Turkey fulfilled the Copenhagen political criteria? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Entangled histories: Rewriting the history of Central and South-Eastern Europe from a relational perspective (Central European University, Budapest)
  European prospects of the Western Balkans/Evropejska Perspektywa Balkanow Zachodnich (Centre for Eastern Studies, Poland)
  Quinze+Dix, le grand élargissement (Robert Schuman Foundation)
  Second semi-annual survey of reporting on corporate social responsibility by the largest listed companies in Central and Eastern Europe (East-West Management Institute)
  Growth of enterprises through alliances in Central Europe (Centre for the Study of Economic and Social Change in Europe, University College London)
  Debt sustainability and growth in Croatia (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  The role of electoral and party systems in the development of fiscal institutions in the Central and Eastern European countries (Centre for European Integration Studies, Germany)
  Exchange rate regimes and the nominal convergence (Centre for Social and Economic Research, Poland)
   
May 2004 -PDF Issue Nr. 28
 

Enlargement: a process rather than a point in time (Centre for European Policy Studies)

 

The constellations of Europe - How enlargement will transform the EU (Centre for European Reform)

  The Lisbon strategy and business priorities in EU-25 (Confederation of Swedish Enterprise)
  EU enlargement 2004: Insurance in the new Member States (European Federation of National Insurance Associations)
  OECD territorial review: Czech Republic (OECD)
  Corporate readiness for enlargement in Central Europe (Eurochambres and SBRA)
  Distinguishing the wood from the trees: the impact of EU enlargement on the forestry, forest products and paper industries (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
 

Towards the estimation of equilibrium exchange rates for CEE acceding countries: methodological issues and a panel cointegration perspective (European Central Bank)

 

Migration trends in selected EU applicant countries (International Organisation for Migration)

  Expanding borders: New challenges for wildlife trade controls in the European Union (Traffic Europe Network)
 
April 2004 -PDF Issue nr. 27
  Slovenia: From Yugoslavia to the European Union (World Bank)
  Perceptions of living conditions in an enlarged Europe (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions)
  Is rural populism on the decline? Continuities and changes in twentieth century central Europe - the case of Slovakia (Sussex European Institute)
  Can the enlarged Europe be an influential international actor? (Notre Europe)
  Transition countries on the eve of EU enlargement (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Business Cycle Synchronisation in the Enlarged EU: Co-movements in the new and old Members (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Renewal of automotive industry in central and eastern Europe (French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  Polish position with respect to the British rebate and EU budget reform (Polish Institute of Public Affairs)
  Acceding countries: the road to the euro (University of Munich's Centre for Economic Studies and the IFO Institute for Economic Research)
  EMU enlargement: no big bang (Deutsche Bank Research)
   
March 2004 -PDF Issue nr. 26
  Could a hard core run the enlarged EU? (Centre for European Reform)
  Périodes transitoires négociées par les adhérents (French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  The impact of enlargement of the European Union on central European party systems (Sussex European Institute)
  Infrastructure networks in central Europe and EU enlargement (Institute For World Economics - Hungarian Academy Of Sciences)
  Yes to Visegrad (Instytut Spraw Publicznych)
  Foreign direct investment in central and eastern Europe (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  The 2004 EU Enlargement: Key Economic Issues (IFO Institute for Economic Research)
  Convergence of real GDP per capita in the EU15: How do the accession countries fit in? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  The future of rural areas in the CEE new member states (Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe)
  Migration trends in an enlarged Europe (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions)
   
February 2004 PDF - Issue nr. 25
  Elusive solidarity in an enlarged European Union (European Institute for Public Affairs)
  The Making of the New Europe (Eurocomment)
  Economic survey of the Slovak Republic in 2004 (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
  Les marchés boursiers en Europe centrale (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  Lessons to be learnt from the ERM and their applicability to the accession economies seeking to join ERM2 (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Growth and prosperity in Europe (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Benefits of the Single Market expansion for current and new member states (Centrum Analiz Spoleczno-Ekonomicznych)
  On the role of labour market reform for the enlargement of a monetary union (Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung München)
  The wider Europe matrix (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Priorities of Polish Migration Policy (Instytut Spraw Publicznych)
   
January 2004 -PDF Issue nr. 24
  EU enlargement: not all it's cracked up to be (Institute of Directors)
  A note on the evolution of inequality in Poland (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Convergence of real GDP per capita in the EU15: how do the accession countries fit in? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  The steel industry: enlargement creates opportunities for EU mills (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Is Europe working? (Centre for European Reform)
  EU enlargement: external economic implications (Bruges European Economy Policy Briefings)
  ECB decision-making and the status of the Eurogroup in an enlarged EMU (Centre for Social and Economic Research - CASE)
  Summit collapse: ongoing crisis for the enlarged EU (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  The Czech reaction to the IGC failure - disillusion or indifference? (Institute for European Policy - Europeum)
   
December 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 23
  EU enlargement: growth, competitiveness and some challenges facing the future member states (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  How different is eastern Europe? Structure and determinants of location choices by French firms in eastern and western Europe (Centre d'etudes prospectives et d'informations internationales)
  Europeanisation and political parties in accession countries: the political parties of Cyprus (University of Cyprus)
  Transition report 2003: Integration and regional cooperation (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
  Comparing economic dynamics in the EU and CEE accession countries (European Central Bank)
  Evolving structural patterns in the enlarging European division of labour: sectoral and branch specialization and the potential for closing the productivity gap (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
  Real Exchange Rates in Central and Eastern Europe: What Scope for the Underlying Fundamentals? (Journal Emergent Markets Finance and Trade)
  Working conditions in the acceding and candidate countries (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions)
  Governance, finance and capacity - a review of waste management practices in the 12 EU accession candidates (Cameron SDS)
  L'élargissement de l'Union européenne aux Pays d'Europe centrale et orientale : un enjeu pour l'agriculture (Centre des Etudes Européennes de Strasbourg)
   
November 2003 PDF - Issue nr. 22
  Enlargement 2004 -Big Bang and Aftershocks (Burson-Marsteller)
  Will EU Money Be the Tune for New Members’ Catch-Up Song? (The World Bank)
  The impact of EU enlargement on member states: a CGE approach (Centre d'études prospectives et d’informations internationales)
  Nesting Europe -The State of European Studies and Research in Romania (National School of Political Studies and Administration, Romania)
  When Should the Central Europeans Join EMU? (Centre for Social and Economic Research, Poland / Centrum Analiz Spoleczno -Ekonomicznych
  Bond markets and long-term interest rates in European Union accession countries (European Central Bank)
  Turkey: On the road again (Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen Association - TUSIAD)
  The EU's new borderlands (Centre for European Reform)
  Evaluation of transport projects in central and eastern Europe (European Investment Bank)
  Real-time systems: Reflections on Higher Education in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia (Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, the Netherlands)
   
October 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 21
 
  EU Enlargement: Costs, Benefits, and Strategies for Central and Eastern European Countries (Cato Institute)
  L'élargissement de l'UE: une fuite en avant? (Notre Europe)
  Elections to the European Parliament 2004: Voter attendance and significance to the Polish electorate and political landscape / Wybory do Parlamentu Europejskiego 2004 (Institute of Public Affairs / Instytut Spraw Publicznych)
  Doing Business in 2004. Understanding Regulation (World Bank)
  World investment report (United Nations Conference on Investment and Development)
  Consequences of EU accession: economic effects on Central and Eastern European countries (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Sustainable Development for the Second World (Worldwatch Institute)
  Baltic 21 Report 2000-2002: Towards Sustainable Development in the Baltic Sea Region (Baltic 21)
  Profile of the Visegrád Countries in the Future of Europe Debate (Europeum – Institute for European Policy)
  South-East Europe: Economic Performance, Perspectives and Policy Challenges (Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung / Centre for European Integration Studies)
   
September 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 20
  The financial and budgetary impact of enlargement and accession
  Enlargement/Agenda 2000-Watch
  A new Visegrad Group in the new European Union - possibilities and opportunities for development / Nowa Grupa Wyszehradzka w nowej Unii Europejskiej - szanse i mozliwosci rozwoju
  The Treaty of Nice and the distribution of votes in the Council – voting power consequences for the EU after the oncoming enlargement
  What makes regions in eastern Europe catch up? The role of foreign investment, human resources and geography
  The Wider Europe
  From accession to cohesion: Ireland, Greece, Portugal and Spain and lessons for the next accession
  Preparing for the absorption of the Structural Funds in Poland / Przygotowania do absorpcji funduszy strukuralnych
  Progress and Obstacles in the Area of Justice and Home Affairs in an Enlarging Europe
   
August 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 19
  The impact of EU enlargement (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
  Looking after the neighbourhood: responsibilities for EU 25 (Le Groupement d'Etudes et de Recherches Notre Europe)
  Preparing for EU membership: the paradox of doing what the EU does not require you to do (European Institute of Public Administration)
  Transition countries in 2003: reforms and restructuring keep the global economic slowdown at bay (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Prospects for the location of industrial activities after EU enlargement (Centre d'Observation Economique - Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Paris)
  The position of small countries towards institutional reform: from tyranny of the small to directoire of the big? (European Policy Institutes Network)
  Positions of 10 Central European countries on EU institutional reforms: analytical survey (TEPSA and Université catholique de Louvain)
  European integration, regional policy and growth (World Bank)
  EU enlargement and power asymmetries: conditionality and the Commission's role in regionalisation in Central and Eastern Europe (Sussex European Institute - University of Sussex)
  A United Front: European Union Enlargement, the Common Agricultural Policy and Polish Agriculture (Centre for International Private Enterprise)
   
July 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 18
Contents: Prospects for Further (South-) Eastern EU Enlargement: from Divergence to Convergence? (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Costs and Benefits of Poland's Membership in the European Union / Korzysci i koszty czlonkostwa Polski w Unii Europejskiej (European Centre Natolin / Centrum Europejskie Natolin)
  The European Turks - the EU's 16th Member State (Zentrum für Türkeistudien - Universität GH Essen)
  Winning Strategies for locally-owned firms in Central and Eastern Europe (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
  Le tourisme dans la zone élargissement (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for external economic relations)
  Enlargement, CFSP and the Convention - The Role of the Accession States (European Policy Institutes Network)
  Debate on the new EU cohesion policy: Recommendations for the Polish position / Debata nad Nowa Polityka Spójnosci UE: Rekomendacje dla polskiego stanowiska (Institute of Public Affairs / Instytut spraw publicznych)
  Roma in an Expanding Europe: Breaking the Poverty Cycle (World Bank)
   
June 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 17
Contents: The legal implications of EU enlargement: Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic (The Royal Institute of International Affairs)
  Die Beitrittsverträge der EU - eine Bilanzierung (Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel / Kiel Institute for World Economics)
  Institutional Settlements for an Enlarged European Union (Walter Hallstein-Institut)
  What can enterprises in the new member states expect? (European Commission, Enterprise Directorate-General)
  L'investissement direct vers les nouveaux adhérents d'Europe centrale et orientale : ce que l'élargissement pourrait changer (Notre Europe)
  Accession countries balance of payments/international investment position statistical methods (European Central Bank)
  Estimates of fundamental real exchange rates for the five EU pre-accession countries (Czech National Bank)
  When to join the euro zone: an empirical analysis (Czech Journal of Economics and Finance)
  Schooling Quality in Eastern Europe: Educational Production During Transition (Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel / Kiel Institute for World Economics)
  Elargissement de l'Union européenne : faits et enjeux maritimes et portuaires (Institut Supérieur d'Economie Maritime)
  EU enlargement and power asymmetries: conditionality and the Commission's role in regionalisation in central and eastern Europe (Sussex European Institute)
   
May 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 16
Contents: Polityka wschodnia Unii Europejskiej perspektywa krajów wyszehradzkich / Eastern Policy of the EU: the Visegrad Countries; Perspective (Osrodek Studiów Wschodnich / Centre for Eastern Studies)
  The Accession Treaty and Consequences for New EU Members (Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche / The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Is Turkey Ready for Europe? (Council on Foreign Affairs)
  EU Enlargement and Transatlantic Relations: Background Analyses (The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Johns Hopkins University)
  L'élargissement à l'Est : un défi ou une chance ? (L'Institut français des relations internationales)
  Finansowe skutki przystapienia Polski do Unii Europejskiej (Instytut Badan nad Gospodarka Rynkowa / Gdansk institute for market economics)
  OCA theory and EMU Eastern enlargement (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Economic Survey of the Czech Republic 2003 / Etude économique de la République Tchèque 2003 (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development / L'Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques)
  Vertical and horizontal patterns of intra-industry trade between EU and candidate countries (Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle / Institute for Economic Research Halle)
  Monitoring the monitors: EU enlargement conditionality and minority protection in the CEECs (London School of Economics and Political Science)
   
April 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 15
Contents: The changing face of Europe: EU enlargement and implications for transatlantic relations (The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Johns Hopkins University)
  The management of accession to the European Union in Poland and Hungary (Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
  Malta and the EU: Membership and Non-Membership: Costs and Benefits (Global Economic Modeling Network)
  Parish clergy on integration with the European Union / Duchowienstwo parafialne a integracja Europejska (Instytut Spraw Publiczych / Institute of Public Affairs)
  L'Union européenne élargie. Un défi économique pour tous / (The enlarged European Union. An economic challenge for all) (La Documentation française)
  Does enlargement matter for the EU economy? (Centre for European Reform)
  The euro at stake? The monetary union in an enlarged Europe (Centre for Economic Studies of the Munich University and the Institute for Economic Research – IFO)
  The monetary framework after accession – a political economy analysis of ERM2 (Central European University in Budapest)
  The European Union and Interethnic Power-sharing Arrangements in Accession Countries (Center for Applied Policy Research, University of Munich)
  Un nouveau mécanisme de coopération renforcée pour l'Union élargie / A new mechanism of enhanced co-operation for the enlarged European Union (Notre Europe)
   
March 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 14
Contents: Slovakia - from truant to star pupil? (Bank Austria Creditanstalt)
  The EU on the eve of eastern enlargement (DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research)
  Cyprus EU accession, membership & the euro (Civilitas Research)
  Coping with population ageing in Hungary (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
  The party politics of Euro-scepticism in EU member and candidate states (Sussex European Institute)
  European Union enlargement: effects on the Spanish economy (Fundación de Estudios de Economía Aplicada and "la Caixa" Ecomonic Studies Series)
  The economic effects of membership in the EU for Malta (Economics Department of the University of Malta)
  Entrepreneurial strategies and trust structure and evolution of entrepreneurial behavioural patterns in east and west European environments (Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen / Research Centre for East European Studies at the Bremen University)
  Transition countries resist global slowdown: productivity gains offset effects of appreciation (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Revue Elargissement: Spécial Echanges PECO (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  The euro at 25: special report on enlargement (Centre for European Policy Studies)
   
February 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 13
Contents: EU Enlargement Monitor No. 10 / Monitor EU-Erweiterung Nr. 10 (Deutsche Bank Research)
  The EU as an actor in the solution of the Cyprus dispute: the question of 'How'? (Journal of ethnopolitics and minority issues in Europe)
  How to finance eastern enlargement of the EU (DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research)
  Cyclical and structural deficits on the road to accession: fiscal rules for an enlarged European Union (Centre for Economic Policy Research)
  Enlargement, trade and investment - the impact of barriers to trade in Europe (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Current legislative situation and description of the insurance sector in the Slovak Republic (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
  EU enlargement: economic impacts on Austria and the five acceding Central European countries (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies / Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche)
  Progress report on preparation for Natura 2000 in future EU member states (WWF)
  Which system of direct payments to farmers should Poland select: standard or simplified? / Jaki system platnosci bezposrednich dla rolnictwa powinna wybrac Polska - standardowy czy uproszczony? (Institute of Public Affairs / Instytut spraw publicznych)
  Monitoring the EU accession process: corruption and anti-corruption policy (Open Society Institute EU Accession Monitoring Program)
   
January 2003 -PDF Issue nr. 12
Contents: The Copenhagen Deal for Enlargement (Heather Grabbe, Centre for European Reform)
  Review Enlargement Special: The Outcome of the Copenhagen Summit / Revue Elargissement Spécial: A l'issue du sommet de Copenhague (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  Copenhagen Summit of the European Council and Turkey (Kemal Kirisci, Turkish Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association, Turkey)
  Will Small and Medium-Size Enterprises in Western Poland Withstand the Pressure of Competition on the Common Market? (Marzenna Guz-Vetter, The Institute of Public Affairs, Poland)
  Regulatory Reform in Turkey: Government Capacity to Assure High Quality Regulation (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
  Monitoring the EU Accession Process: Judicial Capacity (Open Society Institute)
  Reform of the Judicial System of the Czech Republic and the Accession to the European Union (Ivo Šlosarcík, Europeum - European Policy Forum, Czech Republic)
  Creating a Europe "Whole and Free" - Migration, Freedom of Movement & Border Issues in Central and Eastern Europe in the Context of EU Enlargement (Linda Baan, Groningen University)
  Paying for the Green Acquis (Wolfgang Hager, Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Gateway to the European Union: Health and EU Enlargement (London School of Economics and Political Science, European Observatory on Health Care Systems)
   
Decembre 2002 -PDF Issue nr. 11
Contents: The Economic Impact of Enlargement on the European Economy: Problems and Perspectives (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  What Price Enlargement? (Swedish Ministry of Finance)
  Review Enlargement Special: Economic and Social Impact of Enlargement for the European Union and France / Revue Elargissement Spécial: Impact économique et social de l'Elargissement pour l'Union Européenne et la France (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for External Economic Relations)
  Who's Ready for EU Enlargement?
  Central Europe on the Eve of EU Accession (Centre for Eastern Studies, Poland)
  The Politics of Finalizing EU Enlargement: Towards an Ever Looser Union? (John Hopkins University, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies)
  Small States in the Convention and in the Upcoming European Union (Luxembourg Institute for European and International Studies)
  Environmental Policies, Strategies and Programmes of the EU Accession Countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Austrian Society for Environment and Technology - ÖGUT)
  The Official Development Assistance of the EU after the Next Enlargement - Basic Trends, Financial Flows and Opportunities for Entrepreneurs and NGOs (Dr. Francisco Granell, European Commission, DG Development)
  Monitoring the EU Accession Process: Minority Protection (Open Society Institute)
  Demographics and Pension Reforms in Large Central and Eastern European Countries (Deutsche Bank Research)
   
November 2002 -PDF Issue nr. 10
Contents: Review Enlargement Special: SMEs / Revue Elargissment Spécial: PME (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for external economic relations)
  The Services Sector in Central and Eastern Europe (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies / Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche)
  The enlargement of the European Union - Opportunities and threats (The Royal Institute for International Relations / L'Institut Royal des Relations Internationales), Belgium
  Monitor EU-Erweiterung Nr. 9 (Deutsche Bank Research)
  EU enlargement - its impact on the accession countries (Fitch Ratings)
  Le devenir du monde rural polonais en Europe (Notre Europe)
  Agricultural Policies in Transition Economies. Trends in Policies and Support / Politiques agricoles dans les pays en transition: évolution des mesures gouvernementales et du soutien (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development / Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Economiques)
  Consumer credit legislation in central and eastern Europe (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Health status overview for countries of central and eastern Europe that are candidates for accession to the European Union (World Health Organisation - Regional Office for Europe)
  2002 Report on the drug situation in the candidate CEECs (European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drugs Addiction)
   
October 2002 PDF - Issue nr. 9
Contents: Entrepreneurship and enterprise development in Romania (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
  Le renouveau de l'industrie automobile en Europe Centrale / The renewal of the car industry in central Europe (Ministère de l'Economie, des Finances et de l'Industrie - Direction des Relations Economiques Extérieures / French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry - Department for external economic relations)
  The Lisbon Review 2002-2003: An Assessment of Policies and Reforms in Europe (World Economic Forum)
  After the election, nearing the endgame: the Polish euro debate in the run up to the 2003 EU accession referendum (Sussex European Institute)
  Infrastrukturentwicklung in den mittel- und osteuropäischen EU-Beitrittsländern: Auf dem Weg nach Europa / Modernising Infrastructure in transformation Economies - Paving the Way to of European Enlargement (DIW Berlin - German Institute for Economic Research)
  The governance of the EU: Facing the challenge of enlargement (Centre for European Reform)
  Way of EMU Enlargement towards CEECs: What is the Appropriate Exchange Rate Regime? (Centre for Economic Policy Research)
  Poland's rural dwellers on European integration: opinions, knowledge and information / Mieszkancy wsi o integracji europejskiej: opinie, wiedza, poinformowanie (Instytut Spraw Publicznych - Institute of Public Affairs)
  Implementing an information society in central and eastern Europe: the case of Hungary (Forschungsstelle Osteuropa an der Universität Bremen - Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen)
   
September 2002 PDF - Issue nr. 8
Contents: Financial sectors in EU accession countries (European Central Bank) 
  Economic assessment of Romania 2002 / Evaluation économique Roumanie 2002 (OECD)
  Hungary joining the EU - the win-win business experience of HEBC companies / Magyarország az EU-csatlakozás folyamatában - A Magyar EU Bôvítési Üzleti Tanács tagvállalatainak üzleti tapasztalatai (Hungarian EU Enlargement Business Council - HEBC)
  The Czech Republic and the euro (European Policy
Forum - Europeum)
  The CEECs in the enlarged Europe: Convergence patterns, specialisation and labour market implications (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies)
  Cyprus as lighthouse of the east Mediterranean: shaping EU accession and reunification together (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  Who's afraid of big enlargement? (Centre for Economic Policy Research)
  Environmental implications of eastern enlargement of the EU: The end of progressive environmental policy? (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies)
  EU energy policy and future European energy markets - consequences for the central and east European states (Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung)
August 2002 -PDF Issue nr. 7
Contents: Monitor EU-Erweiterung Mittel- und Osteuropa / EU Enlargement Monitor Central and Eastern Europe (Deutsche Bank Research)
  Economic Survey of Europe 2002 (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe)
  The Negotiating Position of the European Union on Agriculture, the Structural Funds and the EU Budget (Sussex European Institute)
  Referendum o clenstvi Ceske Republiky v Evropske Unii (European Policy Forum - Europeum) / Ratifying the Czech membership in the EU
  L'élargissement de l'Union européenne, vers un grand espace de solidarité et de cooperation / Enlargement of the European Union: Towards a Large Area of Solidarity and Cooperation (Notre Europe)
  Poland: From Transition to New Regulatory Challenges (OECD)
  A Guide to the CAP - Present and Future (Food Policy International)
  New Challenges for Migration Policy in Central and Eastern Europe (International Organisation for Migration - IOM)
  Innovation policy issues in seven candidate countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Turkey (CORDIS)
  Polen als Osten und als Westen - Wahrnehmung von Polen und Deutschen (The Polish Institute of Public Affairs)
July 2002 -PDF Issue nr. 6
Contents: European Union Accession: Practical implications for business in Central Europe (Economist Corporate Network, in co-operation with Ernst & Young)
Business consequences of EU enlargement: Major change or non-event? (McKinsey & Company)
Corporate Readiness for Enlargement in Central Europe (Eurochambres)
Transition Countries in 2002: Losing Steam (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies - WIIW)
Economic Survey - Poland 2002 (OECD)
Europäische Union - die grosse Erweiterung nach Osten /EU enlargement - the big push eastward (Credit Suisse)
CEE Report (Bank Austria)
Candidate countries progress towards EU accession (UNICE)
Budgetary implications of enlargement: agriculture (Centre for European Policy Studies)
March 2002 PDF - Issue nr. 5
Contents: Enlargement of the European Union: costs and benefits for present Member States
EU and EMU enlargement
Integration of the Baltic States into the EU and Institutions of Fiscal Convergence: A Critical Evaluation of Key Issues and Empirical Evidence
Adaptation of the Legal Systems of Candidate Countries - the Case of the Baltic States
The political dimension of EU enlargement
Towards a Pan-European Union: reports to the government no. 59
Euro-scepticism or Euro-phobia: Opposition Attitudes to the EU in the Slovak Republic
The always approaching visit - a worrying enlargement
Some reflections on possible scenarios for EU enlargement
Contracting Companies and Consultants: the EU and Social Policy of Accession Countries
February 2002 PDF - Issue nr. 4
Contents: The competitiveness of farming in the Czech Republic, Poland and Italy and implications for EU enlargement.
The impact of eastern enlargement on EU-labour markets.
EU enlargement monitor n°6
Transition without accession effects of differential integration on trade and welfare in Europe
Review of Bulgaria's compliance with the Copenhagen economic criteria for membership in the European Union
The regional deficit in eastward enlargement of the European Union: top down policies and bottom up reactions
Hungarian party identities and the question of European integration
Eurobarometer in the Applicant Countries
Les minorités nationales en Europe centrale et orientale
January 2002 -PDF Issue nr. 3
Contents: Competitiveness and Farm Incomes in the CEEC Agri-food Sectors
Corporate Readiness for enlargement in Central Europe, A company Survey on the State of Preparations for the Single Market
The Endogeneity of optimum currency area criteria, intra-industry trade and EMU enlargement
Macroeconomic Effects of EU Enlargement for Old and New Members
Estonia's Progress Report for the Commission Review
'Good Cops': Issues related to EU Enlargement and the 'Police' Requirements of the JHA acquis
Thinking Enlarged : The accession countries and the future of European Union
Parties, Positions & Europe: Euroscepticism in the EU Candidate States of Central and Eastern Europe
The countries of central and Eastern Europe and the EU
A new surge for the Enlargement process after Nice
December 2001 PDF - Issue nr. 2 
Contents: Law in an Enlarged European Union, The European Union Studies Association, (USA)
Country Report on Minority Rights in Pre-EU Accession Slovakia, Institute of Public Affairs, (SK)
Challenges and perspectives of the social dimension of enlargement, Belgian Revue of Social Security, (B)
We have to show the EU that we are doing our homework - The Romanian process of integration in the EU in a larger context, Babes-Bolyai University (RO)
Cross-border economic co-operation on present and future EU borders - A summary of findings, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, (A)
Statistical annex on enlargement of the EU, European Parliament (B)
Trade Effects From The Integration Of The Central And East European Countries Into The European Union, Sussex European Institute, (UK)
EU eastward enlargement: great enthusiasm among top managers in central and eastern Europe, Bank of Austria, (A)
Cyprus’ application to the European Union, French
Senate, (F)
The National Program of Turkey for the Implementation of the Acquis of the European Communities, German Institute for International Policy and Security (SWP) – (DE)
November 2001 -PDF Issue nr. 1
Contents: EU - Enlargement can be financed - Need for reforms increasing - Scenarios for the EU-Budgets on 2007 and 2013, Deutsche Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (D)
Enlarging the internal market: implications for countries and industries, Centraal Planbureau (NL)
EU enlargement monitor, Deutsche Bank Research (D)
The enlargement of the EU to the East and the convergence process, University Complutense (E)
Enlargement / Agenda 2000 - Watch, Nice Update, Institut für Europaïsche Politik Berlin (D)
Parliamentary contributions for the European Union enlargement, French National Assembly (F)
The institutional challenges of enlargement, Observatoire Social Européen (B)
The New Security Dimensions: Europe after NATO and EU enlargements, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (S)
Poland: A Partnership Profile, University of Sussex (UK)
Estonian Environmental NGOs on EU Environmental Policies, Friends of the Earth (EE)

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