The formation of a new Commission under Jean-Claude Juncker will continue to be a significant political story for the next few weeks. However it turns out, the new European Parliament and Commission face a massive challenge in delivering on a "jobs and growth" agenda while finalising the post-crisis financial services regulatory reform agenda and being confident that the enacted and prospective regulatory reforms are not having a negative impact on growth in Europe.
The formation of a new Commission and Parliament provides an opportunity to re-evaluate the work programme within the current political and economic context, and to build for the future around four key imperatives:
Our paper proposes specific measures to deliver these objectives, read the full report (PDF 320 KB).
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