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Berlin - October 2001

Regional Workshop,
Berlin - April 2002

2nd Official Workshop,
Bologna - July 2002
Regional Workshop,
Cracow - November 2002

3rd Official Workshop,
Brussels - May 2003

4rd Official Workshop,
Warsaw - December 2003

Final Conference,
Berlin - June 2004

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Ezoneplus Participants

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)
(co-ordinating institution)

The Berlin Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, headed by Prof. Dr. Michael Bolle, has been conducting research in the field of European economic policy-making, European integration and comparative studies since 1998. Its faculty, which includes a Jean Monnet Chair, and staff combines a widespread professional background in economics and political science, various fields of interests and experiences in research as well as in practical work.
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Institute of Economics, University of Tartu (Estonia)

The Institute of Economics at the University of Tartu, directed by Prof. Tiiu Paas, is located at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration along with the Institute of Management and International Economy and the Institute of Finance and Accounting. With regard to research activities, the Institute of Economics covers five main sectors: Economic Theory, Econometrics, Statistics, Economic Policy and Public Economy.
Within these branches, the Institute focuses especially on various aspects of economic modelling of economic policy implications.
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Government Institute for Economic Research (Finland)

The Government Institute for Economic Research (VATT) is an applied economic research unit producing research data in support of economic policy decisions and discussion of alternative courses of action. VATT also studies the impact of planned and agreed policy measures on national economic structures, public finances, households and companies, competitiveness and long-term developement.
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Università degli Studi di Bologna
Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche (Italy)

The Department of Economics is one of the leading Italian academic research institutes in economics. The department promotes theoretical and applied research in various fields of economics and is partner in a number of contracts and conventions with both private and public, national and international companies and institutions.
The main research fields of the Department of Economics are: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Internationsl economics, Industrial organisation, Monetary economics, Public economics and Econometrics.
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Warsaw School of Economics (Poland)

The Warsaw School of Economics belongs to the most renowned universities in Poland according to all official rankings. The institute's publications focus especially on transformation and integration processes. It also includes a centre for international studies, which offers an integrative European Studies programme.
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Universidade de Évora
Departemento de Economica (Portugal)

The University of Évora is a public higher education research centre, with a focus on several fields such as economics and business, agriculture, environment, physics, chemistry and engineering. It was founded in 1559, being the second oldest in Portugal, and it currently stands as the main higher education institution in the South. Being located in the heart of a large network of urban, industrial and advanced technological sites, the University enjoys a privileged situation as a major teaching and research centre.
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Institute for Economic Research (Slovenia)

The Institute for Economic Research is an autonomous non-governmental research organisation with a long tradition in the field of macroeconomic and microeconomic analysis. In the beginning, significant results were achieved in applying econometric methods and input-output methodology in macroeconomic analyses. Also, strategic studies at the regional and microeconomic levels were carried out. The growing awareness of the importance of entrepreneurship in the late eighties gave rise to new research topics, such as strategic planning, financial restructuring of enterprises and feasibility studies.
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April, 2005
New Book:

Policy Advice in the Process of Eurozone Enlargement: Markets and Policies.
[further information]

New Working paper
No. 25: Women's Employment, Children and Transition: An Empirical Analysis on Poland
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Newsletter No. 10 out now.
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Working paper
No. 24:
Partisan Preferences and Political Institutions: Explaining Fiscal Retrenchment in the European Union
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The EU's "Research Information Centre" has published a report on the Ezoneplus project.
Click here to read the article (europa.eu.int)

Ezoneplus Final Report 2004 is now published:
Eurozone Enlargement - Exploring Uncharted Waters
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Friday, June 28, 2002
Unpublished EU - Data on the CAP and on Structural Funds now downloadable in Data & Statistics

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