Deutsche Bank: Post-Lisbon Agenda
Looking to make Europe fit for the future
Global competition, climate change and population ageing call for responses that Europe cannot afford to put off indefinitely. It is high time for the EU and the member states to start thinking about a follow-up strategy for when the Lisbon strategy expires in 2010. A lesson to be learnt from the problems of the previous strategy is that for more effective implementation the reform targets of a post-Lisbon agenda must find their way into national political debate. That is the only means of building up effective reform pressure through national channels to make Europe fit for the future.
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