International cooperation on digital markets must ensure competition cases and laws around the world are consistent.
Tokenisation based on blockchain technology could bring radical changes to markets for goods and services.
The app-store obligations in the European Union’s Digital Markets Act are unlikely to weaken the market power of Apple and Google.
Digital automation has affected working conditions quite broadly, beyond job loss, in several other important ways.
People with less education are also less able and willing to participate in training; understanding why is essential to prevent a widening skill gap.
We explore in detail the two pillars of energy security: LNG supply and the nature and volume of natural-gas demand reductions.
Is the world witnessing a shift away from Hyper-globalisation to Deglobalisation?
The EU must avoid the trap of having to take sides in the conflict between the US and China.
What steps should policymakers take to improve supply chain robustness and resilience?
Should the EU play a greater role as a provider of public goods?
Invitation-only event featuring Michael Froman, who will touch on subjects such as the IRA and the evolution of digital regulation.
At this invitation-only event Mojmir Hampl will discuss macroeconomic trends in Czechia
Europe’s bond markets are essential infrastructure, just like the power grid.
The proposed EU Data Act on industrial and non-personal data should be simpler and clearer, or the benefits could be limited.
The interest rate on European Union bonds is now almost as high as that of supposedly riskier Spanish bonds; this risks defeating their purpose.
Given new remote working arrangements, online gigs can be completed in the lowest-cost locations; they’re mainly done by workers in large cities.
The G7 Russian oil price cap is an ambitious but untested instrument. While pitfalls exist, the cap has the potential to be the most potent sanction.
The European Commission’s proposal for reforming the EU fiscal rules is far-reaching, but its shortcomings need to be addressed.
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