Winners and Losers of EU Integration: Policy Issues for Central and Eastern Europe

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Foreword

In the spring of 1999, the Bertelsmann Foundation and the World Bank entered into a partnership to develop a network linking political and economic research institutes in the 10 Central and Eastern European countries (CEECs) that have applied for membership to the European Union (EU). The 10 countries are Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, and Slovenia. The objective of the network is to foster a cross-border dialogue on key political, economic, and social issues related to EU membership involving also governments, nongovernmental organizations, parliaments, the media, and other civil society organizations.

The network was formally launched in November 1999 at a conference held in Guetersloh, Germany, and hosted by the Bertelsmann Foundation. Representatives of 13 research institutes and nongovernmental organizations from the 10 CEECs attended the conference. Other attendees included researchers from EU member countries, staff from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and representatives from the Bertelsmann Foundation and the World Bank.

Researchers from the CEECs and from EU member countries presented papers and exchanged views on some of the main policy issues for an enlarged EU. This publication includes the papers presented at the conference, as well as background country papers.

We would like to express our thanks to the teams in the Bertelsmann Foundation and the World Bank who conceptualized the project, organized the first

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