- Ex ante study on the cross- border effects of the EU’s proposed Minimum Wage Directive
- Impact analysis into the future of working from home for cross-border workers post-COVID-19
- The effects of national Corona crisis management on cross-border crisis management in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine (follow-up study)
- Is the EU Patients’ Rights Directive fit for providing well-functioning healthcare in cross-border regions? An ex-post assessment
Pitches of the dossiers
As a result of input from ITEM stakeholders, internal discussions and the vision of the ITEM impact assessment working group, the following selection has been made regarding the relevant topics for the 2021 impact assessment. Also this year, ITEM will cooperate with other European cross-border institutes on one particular topic. This concerns the EU draft minimum wage directive and its potential impact on border regions. This video summarises the 2021 edition of the border impact assessment through video pitches.