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The triennial Jean Monnet project for institutional support is aimed at fostering activities of the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) in multidisciplinary policy analysis and making high quality policy papers on the European Union’s subjects. Read more….
Zagreb: University of Zagreb, Auditorium of the Rectorate Building, TrgHrvatskeRepublike 14. 9th of July 2018, 9.00-14.00 hours The detailed report from the conference “The Challenges for EU Policy Implementation in Croatia and other New Member States” organized by the Institute for Development
Zagreb: University of Zagreb, Auditorium of the Rectorate Building, Trg Hrvatske Republike 14. 9th of July 2018, 9.00-14.00 hours The Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), in co-operation with the European Commission Representation in Croatia, organized the international conference “The Challenges
The bilingual book “The challenges of European policies implementation in Croatia / Izazovi provedbe europskih politika u Hrvatskoj" is the result of the ERESMUS+ Jean Monnet Support to Institution project “POLO-Cro28 Policy Observatory in Croatia”. The book unites updated versions
The policy paper “The Impact of Cohesion Policies on Croatia’s Regional Policy and Development” written by Sanja Maleković, Jakša Puljiz and Ivana Keser presents an overview of the role of cohesion policy in the process of designing Croatia’s regional policy.
The conference „The Challenges of Implementing EU Policies in Croatia and Other New Member Sates“ is organised by the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) in co-operation with the European Commission Representation in Croatia. It will be held on
The policy paper “Energy Transition in Croatia – Moving towards Effective Membership in the Energy Union“ written by Ana-Maria Boromisa has been published in English. The paper shortly describes the Energy Union and the role of investments in achieving its
On May 23rd 2018, the European Commission presented the 2018 country-specific recommendations, setting out its economic policy guidance for Member States for the next 12 to 18 months. The Commission underlines that Europe's economy is growing at its fastest pace
On the 3rd of May 2018 the European Commission has issued its Spring Economic Forecasts for the EU member states. According to the forecast for Croatia the economy remains on track to reaching its pre-crisis volume in 2019. Real GDP
On May 3rd 2018, the Commission proposed a long-term budget of €1,135 billion in commitments over the period from 2021 to 2027, equivalent to 1.11% of the EU27's gross national income (GNI). The new budget will have to reflect the
On April 26th 2018, the Croatian government adopted its National reform programme for 2018 and its Convergence programme for the period 2018.-2021. Both programmes will be sent to the European Commission by the end of the month. The National reform