With a budget of €454 billion for 2014-20, the European structural and investment funds (ESIFs) are the European Union's main investment policy tool. By 2023, it is intended that the ESIFs will deliver a critical mass of investment in key EU priority areas, to respond to the needs of the real economy by supporting job creation and by getting the European economy growing again in a sustainable way. In this public lecture and panel discussion we will count with the participation of a guest lecturer that is visiting us from the department of management of Politechnika Lubelska, Dr. Kornel Pylak.
Management of EU structural and investment funds: a Polish experience
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016