Policy Brief: New Resources of the EU Budget

Our researcher Vít Havelka, in his article "New Sources of the EU Budget", which was created under the Think Visegrad in Brussels project, writes about the new own resources of the EU budget, which are currently being discussed at the European level. The text specifically discusses why the reform of own resources is necessary and what are the positions of the various EU institutions and member states on these proposals. It concludes with a reflection on the Czech position, including an outlook on how it might evolve depending on the course of the negotiations.

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Info.cz: Where to get money? The Union has been reminded of a long-standing dilemma

Our research fellow Vít Havelka recently published an article on the news portal Info.cz dealing with the financial resources of the European Union – particularly its own resources which aim to ensure financial independence of the EU on Member States.

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Euractiv: The EU's common debt can be a model for the future, but it is essential to address the budget's own resources

Our research fellow Zuzana Stuchlíková commented on the priorities of the new Commission in an article for the Euractiv server. Ursula von der Leyen mentioned these priorities in her recent State of the Union Address 2020.

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Policy paper: The future of EU Finances: New Own Resources

Markéta Mlčúchová published a policy paper about the reform of EU's budget – and especially its income side – using tools such as Common Consolidated Corporate Taxes, non-recycled plastic packaging waste tax or income from European Emissions Trading System (ETS) auctions.

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Can the V4’s Priorities shape “Europe’s Priorities”?

Almadi Sejla, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief on the role of V4 within EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework 2021 - 2027 priorities.

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Let us not perceive the EU as an universal money box

Our Vít Havelka explores the assessment of the Czech approach to the EU as an additional source of revenue for its national budget.

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