|Centre for European Reform (CER)
The Council of Finance ministers should assume leadership of the EU's efforts at economic reform. Ecofin should become a 'Super-Council', co-ordinating all the Union's economic policy-making. The EU should merge the plethora of specialist industry councils into an 'Enterprise' Council led by European industry ministers. The Enterprise Council should push forward structural reform, placing a special emphasis on improving the environment for entrepreneurs and small businesses. The Commission should appoint a 'Lisbon' commissioner to oversee its own work on economic reform.
|Business and Industry, Economic and Financial Affairs, Politics and International Relations