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Five Freedoms Lunch Seminar: What is wrong with Europe’s single market?

February 24 2016
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Belliard 4-6, 1040 Brussels
Speakers: Fredrik Erixon, Rositsa Georgieva
Time: 12:30

What’s needed to fix the single market?

Europe’s single market is work in progress. While it is often talked about as something which already exist, the single market is actually very far from completion – and the models chosen to advance the single market sometimes do not produce more of it. In a new paper for the Five Freedoms Project, Fredrik Erixon and Rositsa Georgieva documents the flaws, gaps and inconsistencies of the single market – in short, an outline of what is wrong with the single market. They chart a new course for political leaders to make Europe’s core freedoms alive.

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Programme

A presentation by Fredrik Erixon, co-founder of ECIPE and Director of the Five Freedoms Project and Rositsa Georgieva, Research Associate at ECIPE

Sandwich lunch will be served from 12:00PM

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