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Europe must heed the lessons of Lisbon on Energy Policy

Jean Pisani-Ferry says that if successful, the common policy on energy can be a lesson in how to address the challenge of diversity among 27 countries, and how to clarify the respective tasks of the EU and the member states. But it can also become a kind of Lisbon II or fall victim to economic […]

By: Date: July 30, 2007 Topic: Green economy

Jean Pisani-Ferry says that if successful, the common policy on energy can be a lesson in how to address the challenge of diversity among 27 countries, and how to clarify the respective tasks of the EU and the member states. But it can also become a kind of Lisbon II or fall victim to economic nationalism.

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