The Foundation for European Progressive Studies organised an open discussion on the current state of play of the proposals and upcoming issues for energy efficiency policies in Europe with a presentation from Paul Hodson, Head of unit for energy efficiency in DG Energy.
Tackling Inequality: A Programme for the Left to Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Growth/ Labour’s Next Majority? Winning from the Left after the Great Crisis/ Popular and progressive: a new agenda for the left in Europe/ European Co-operation: A different way of doing business
This EPV highlights two promising paths to use limited public resources to finance the 300 billion investment plan proposed by Juncker. Further, this brief argues that when the investment plan is accompanied by a more expansionary fiscal stance it could generate up to 5 million jobs across Europe
This Policy Brief is the first of a series of three that explore progressive policies that could address the current economic dilemma of the European Union. This first one assumes a continuation of conventional macroeconomic policies together with a significant rise in capital investment.
Following the debates organized on 14th October, in Washington D.C. by FEPS together with its partners (SOLIDAR, Policy Network, Foundation Jean Jaurès and Renner Institut) A. Skrzypek listed 10 steps forward.