La cumbre de Lisboa, 2000: Un exceso de optimismo

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By analyzing how the objectives of Lisbon's Strategy were not reached, this case explores the competitiveness problems that the EU is dragging. Taking Lisbon's Summit in the year 2000 as a starting point, it describes the goals and objectives defined, that where stackable in order to make the EU, by 2010, the most competitive economy in the world. It illustrates the lack of progress and results achieved by 2005, when the EU was facing new challenges and setting new and more flexible goals for its future.