Dear Economic and Financial Affairs,
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
In economics, there exist several paradigms with severe differences is assumptions they make about economic relationships and, of course, outcomes for economical recommendations. Neoclassic and Keynesianism are only the best known. How does the Commission choose which paradigm its economic advisors follow and as a result what the country specific recommendations look like? Do you take care for a balanced consultation of different approaches? Or do you just follow the mainstream economics?