Competition, Innovation and Sustainable Growth
Coordinator: Reinhilde Veugelers
Contributors: Zsolt Darvas, Mario Mariniello, Benedicta Marzinotto, André Sapir, Nicolas Véron, Reinhilde Veugelers, Georg Zachmann, Philippe Aghion, Carlo Altomonte, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Lars-Hendrik Röller
External contributors: Mark Huberty (Berkeley), Knud Munk (University of Leuven), EFIGE project team
While many governments are struggling with their public budget deficit and debt position, attention is more and more shifting towards the structural underpinnings of economic performance, competitiveness and growth. This was the topic for important policy discussions before the crisis and it has only gained importance as a consequence of it. Accordingly, Bruegel plans to devote increasing resources to its “competition, innovation and sustainable growth” research area.
9th October 2006Philippe Aghion emphasises that for Europe to stimulate innovation and growth, it is not enough to increase spending on research and development and the protection of intellectual property.
30th September 2006
Juan Delgado explores the degree of ’home bias" in the goods and services markets, and in equity investment, in Europe. He measures home bias against…
31st May 2006Nicolas Véron presents and analyses new data about the internationalisation of Europe's largest companies and their US counterparts, and discusses some policy implications.