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

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Networking toward EU Integration

The “EU Integration” network was launched by the Bertelsmann Foundation and the World Bank to facilitate the exchange of experiences between the 10 Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) that are candidates for EU accession, and the development of best-practice approaches as they address the common set of challenges related to accession. To date, 10 research institutes in the CEECs have joined the network. It is hoped that the network will expand over time with current network members recruiting new members from their own countries.

The network will hold three to four workshops a year, with each workshop focusing on a specific topic of common interest to all the CEECs. Network members will host these workshops, with the support of the Bertelsmann Foundation and the World Bank, and regional and international experts will be invited to share their experiences at these workshops. In addition to workshops, there will also be an annual meeting of network members to review accomplishments in the previous year and to discuss the work program for the following year.

An electronic network (http://www.euintegration.net) was launched on the Internet in January 2000 to support this network. A key feature of the electronic network is the “Discussion Forums,” which allow the public at large to participate in discussions on a range of EU accession issues. Publications of network members on EU accession issues are also posted on the Web site, including the papers in this volume.

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