|Kullmann, Ádám, Mizsei, Kálmán
|Centre for European Policy Studies [CEPS]
|No. 12, 2 May 2014
|Journal | Series | Blog
In 2004, ten new members joined the European Union, radically reshaping its geography and governance characteristics. Earlier expectations predicted a more gradual process of accession – like a more gradual earlier evolution had been expected for the new European currency that had been adopted in 1999 by no less than 11 members. But these were the times of euro-enthusiasm.
In their new CEPS Essay, Kálmán Mizsei and Ádám Kullmann offer some interesting and instructive insights from the experience in the newest member states following their accession 10 years ago for improving the effectiveness with which the EU structural and cohesion funds are spent.
|Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions
|Eastern Europe, Europe