The EU Budget: Responsibility without Accountability?
Starting from the concept of accountability and the fundamentals of the EU framework, this study examines the existing accountability arrangements and explains the reasons for and the consequences of diffused responsibilities and of the resulting accountability gap. Finally, the book sketches a possible scenario for the future, with two main characteristics: an interpretation of the concept of ''European added value'' based on limited and achievable objectives and one single accountability framework.
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Relation de la bataille de Leipzig (16, 17, 18 et 19 octobre 1813): Traduite de l'allemand par m. Philippe Himly