EU Economic Policy Surveillance of Member States


In ‘EU Economic Policy Surveillance of Member States’ Michael G Tutty examines the development of economic policy coordination and surveillance in the EU over the last 20 years. The paper provides and in-depth analysis of the evolution of policy surveillance in the EU including the Broad Economic Policy Guidelines and subsequent tools such as the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Euro Plus Pact and the European Semester.

In outlining the historical perspective on economic policy collaboration, Tutty sets an appropriate groundwork on which to analyse current and future reforms of European economic governance.