A true European single market requires the concerted efforts of EU entities, member countries and citizens.
Since the 1980s, the single market in Europe has progressed unevenly, with a long trail of false turns and ill-considered efforts cutting across national boundaries and political and cultural systems. Professor Jacques Pelkmans presents a sober assessment of the work needed to create a true single European market. Despite its often dry and turgid style, this in-depth report offers valuable insights. getAbstract recommends this timely analysis to policy makers with an advanced understanding of the issues and challenges surrounding the creation of a true European single market.
In this summary, you will learn
- What a true single market could mean for Europe
- What steps are necessary to achieve it
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