Bruegel scholars disclose outside interests to increase transparency
On 17 December, Bruegel announced the public disclosure of outside interests of Resident Fellows and managers. Since the think-tank's creation, all scholars have been contractually bound by the Statement of Research Integrity, which commits them to avoid partisanship, parochialism, and capture of special interests in front of the Director. Today and in the interest of transparency, Bruegel makes these statements publicly available on the Bruegel website.
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