This is the series of the European Commission providing general information on major EU economic policies as well as a more in-depth look and explanation concerning specific economic issues.
This section provides information on how financial assistance is provided to EU countries.
The Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) represents a major step in the integration of EU economies.
The European Union’s economic governance framework aims to monitor, prevent, and correct problematic economic trends that could weaken national economies or negatively affect other EU countries.
Building an economic governance framework fit for the challenges ahead.
Scope and role of economic research, and main macroeconomic models and research tools.
The European Fiscal Board (EFB) is an independent advisory body of the Commission.
Green budgeting means using the tools of budgetary policymaking to help achieve climate and environmental goals.
As a global economic power the EU plays a constructive role in shaping the international community’s response to the most pressing economic challenges
National Productivity Boards are independent institutions that help to analyse economic productivity and competitiveness developments and challenges