giovedì 18 dicembre 2014

Il Think Tank del Parlamento Europeo

Il Think Tank del Parlamento Europeo > http://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/it/home.html contiene i documenti che contribuiscono a definire la nuova legislazione dell'Unione Europea.
Fra questi, segnalo a questo link > http://goo.gl/5brmgv due rapporti:

1. The Cost of Non-Europe in the Single Market for Transport and Tourism, 28-10-2014
Significant progress has been achieved during the last 20 years in creating a Single Market for Transports. European tourism is and will remain a vital component of the economy, with enormous economic potential. Both sectors suffer however from remaining barriers, gaps and market inefficiencies that create substantial costs and that could be addressed through further action at EU level. The gains that could be achieved from addressing the identified issues have been estimated at 8.6 billion euro annually for the transport sector and 6.2 billion euro annually for the tourism sector. Creating a fully integrated transport sector and a more efficient tourism sector will also mean improved mobility, better environmental sustainability, enhanced internal cohesion and international competitiveness of the EU. Action in these two sectors can be seen as a key driver of EU growth and as a response on how to face the globalisation challenges more efficiently. 

2.The Cost of Non-Europe in the Single Market. Part II - Single Market for Services 24-09-2014
Cost of Non-Europe Reports identify the possibilities for economic or other gains and/or the realisation of a ‘public good’ through common action at EU level in specific policy areas and sectors. This Cost of Non-Europe Report seeks to analyse the costs for citizens, businesses and relevant stake-holders of remaining gaps and barriers in the European Single Market, building on and updating the 1988 Cecchini Report, which quantified its potential benefits. This particular study - the second in a series - attempts to take stock of the remaining gaps or deficits in intra-EU market access obligations in services, and the related deficits in the proper functioning of the internal market for services. It also tries to identify the quantitative and qualitative economic gains of overcoming the costs of non-Europe of the remaining fragmentation, insofar as the EU can address such deficits.

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