European economic governance seen from the V4

Our Vladimír Bartovic and Radomír Špok co-authored a series of policy briefs within the framework of the „European economic governance seen from the V4” project, supported by the „Standard Grant” Programme of the International Visegrad Fund.

EUROPEUM took part in the project "European Economic Governance seen from the V4", which examined the EU's economic governance from different perspectives. Our Vladimír Bartovic and Radomír Špok co-authored a series of policy briefs within the framework of the project.

The papers are based on the presentations of the expert workshops held in Budapest on June 19, Prague on September 26, and Warsaw on November 26, 2014:

  • In the publication The EU Budget seen from the V4 Vladimír Bartovic authored the chapter ''The EU budget seen from the V4. A Czech view''.
  • In the publication Europe 2020 seen from the V4 Radomír Špok authored the chapter ''Europe 2020 seen from the Czech Republic''.
  • In the publication The role of the EU in global crisis management Vladimír Bartovic authored the chapter ''The EU role in global crisis management. Czech view''.

You can download the publications through the PDF button on the right of this article.

The project was held from January to December 2014 in cooperation with Budapest Business School (head partner/coordinator, Budapest), EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy (Prague), Polish Institute of International Affairs (Warsaw) and Centre for European Affairs (Bratislava) and supported by the „Standard Grant” Programme of the International Visegrad Fund.

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Radomír Špok
Associate Research Fellow

Areas of interest / research: Education, Regional Policy, Cohesion Policy, Participative democracy, transparency, lobbying.

Expertise: EU institutional issues, Economic and Monetary Union, € and European budget, Brexit, EU foreign policy, EU enlargement with the focus on Western Balkans, Slovak foreign and domestic policy and economic issues



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