Sustainable Prosperity for Europe

Higher Education and Competitiveness
30 May 2005

Speaking at an EPC Breakfast Policy Briefing, the European Commissioner for Education, Ján Figel, stressed the importance of investing in research and education to achieve Europe's wider competitiveness goals.

The European Model and Global Competition: Does Europe need an Industrial Strategy?
29 April 2005

More than 400 people attended a dialogue jointly organised by the EPC and Confrontations Europe to debate the question as to whether or not Europe needs an industrial policy.

Which Directive on Services will serve Europeans best?
19 April 2005

More than 300 people attended the second Party Political Debate hosted by the European Policy Centre on the controversial Services Directive.

From Quantity to Quality: the Future of Internal Market Regulation
8 April 2005

The European Commissioner for the Internal Market and Services, Charlie McCreevy, addressing a Breakfast Policy Briefing underlined his committment to achieving better quality regulation in the European Union.

The European Project 2007- 2013: Will it meet Europe's Challenges?
25 February 2005

Dalia Grybauskaité, European Commissioner for Financial Programming and Budget, addressed a Breakfast Policy Briefing with the support of the European Commission, to reflect on the negotiations on the Financial Perspectives for 2007-2013.

Energy Security: A European Perspective
18 February 2005

Lord Browne of Madingley, Group Chief Executive of BP plc presented his views on energy security at a joint EPC-Bertelsmann Foundation policy briefing.

Europe in the age of global competition
6 February 2005

The EPC hosted a high-level panel discussion on the future of European competitiveness, including a keynote speech by Janez Potočnik, European Commissioner for Science and Research and closing remarks from Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, President of the Party of European Socialists.

Lisbon and the Stability and Growth Pact: Working for Recovery
26 January 2005

The European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Joaquìn Almunia, addressed a Breakfast Policy Dialogue on a strategy for unifying the Lisbon Strategy reforms with the fiscal discipline enshrined in the Stability and Growth Pact.

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