EuroMemorandum 2003

Full Employment, Welfare and a Strong Public Sector- Democratic Challenges in a Wider Union


The text is available in English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Spanish.

Additionally there is a long version in German and English available.


Summary
Introduction

1. In the face of stagnation, higher unemployment and social polarization - the need for an economic policy initiative
2. A more favourable economic policy framework to manage enlargement
3. More democracy and less Maastricht needed - Critique of the draft constitution
4. A strong public sector as a pillar of the European social model - Critique of the "Green Paper on Services of General Interest”
5. Broad Economic Policy Guidelines and Labour Market Policies



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