The Net-Zero Industry Act puts EU credibility at risk
The EU Net-Zero Industry Act looks like it’s been set up to keep everyone happy – and to achieve limited results.
Collective bargaining is associated with lower income inequality
There is a negative correlation between collective bargaining coverage and inequality, but more research is needed to understand why.
EU electricity market design reform: too quick a fix for a complex problem?
EU proposals on stimulating energy investment signal a paradigm shift; much more clarity is needed before they can be agreed.
The EU Net Zero Industry Act and the risk of reviving past failures
How the EU might respond to clean teach subsidies, in the form of a leaked draft law entitled the Net Zero Industry Act (NZIA), is deeply worrisome.
Two crises, two continents: how the labour-market impacts have differed
The US economy was more resilient against the two recent global crises, while the EU did better in terms of jobs during and after the pandemic.
Transatlantic Expert Group on the Future of Work
Promoting the exchange of views and best practices in the area of the future of work that can feed current and future EU-US policy dialogue.Explore
Inflation inequality in the European Union and its drivers
The European Central Bank’s latest move tells a clear story
The European Central is right not to over-react to recent banking problems.
Phased European Union electricity market reform
In this paper, we set out a framework for evaluating the many interrelated issues in the current EU electricity market reform.
European natural gas imports
This dataset aggregates daily data on European natural gas import flows and storage levels.
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Comparing notes on the banking turmoil
This members-only event is aimed at inspiring conversation around the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank
Lessons from Europe’s crises: conversation with Olli Rehn
From past to present crises - what has the EU learned? What does it still need to learn?
[email protected]: The great carbon arbitrage with Alissa M. Kleinnijenhuis
Invitation-only event featuring Alissa M. Kleinnijenhuis, who will talk about the economic potential of the green transition.
What's the story? Narratives of EU reforms in parliaments and the media
This event organised in the frame of the EU3D project will feature two sessions analysing discourse about the EU.
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The fiscal side of Europe’s energy crisis: the facts, problems and prospects
Europe needs to move beyond emergency fiscal responses and focus on structural changes to allow the EU to accelerate its decoupling from fossil fuels.
Is Europe failing on import diversification?
Despite a goal of economic self-reliance, the European Union’s imports are generally sourced from an increasingly limited set of suppliers.
The difficulty of designating gatekeepers under the EU Digital Markets Act
The European Commission should be more precise and transparent when designating gatekeepers under the European Union’s Digital Markets Act.
Europe’s half a million barrels per day diesel supply question
A new European Union embargo on Russian oil products should not affect EU diesel supplies and prices, but could encourage re-routing by Russia.
Web3: the next internet revolution
Tokenisation based on blockchain technology could bring radical changes to markets for goods and services.
Has the Digital Markets Act got it wrong on app stores?
The app-store obligations in the European Union’s Digital Markets Act are unlikely to weaken the market power of Apple and Google.
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