There are ways around Germany’s debt brake, which limits government borrowing and is seen as a threat to the climate transition.
COP28 must convey the importance to governments of better integrating climate considerations into financial decision-making.
The competitive nature of the industry means highly skilled employees present the ultimate resource scarcity for AI development.
While there are developments towards a political agreement on EU fiscal rules reform, three concerns remain.
This paper proposes an original set of five compliance principles derived from the DMA list of obligations.
High values for cross-border electricity transmission capacity show the EU needs more connections between countries.
The European Commission has taken an intelligent first step in enabling competition to Google Android and Google Play Services
Users expect online services to be free but some digital firms are now offering pay-or-consent options, affecting competition dynamics.
This paper analyses China’s different attempts to internationalise its currency and how they have fared.
This workshop examines EU funding for air quality improvements and aims to identify best practices.
What are the economic and cooperative mechanisms for developed countries to assist EMDEs in decarbonization?
This closed-door event will explore the economic ramifications of industrial subsidies in the transatlantic economy
The event discusses urgent policies in Germany for addressing labor shortages and fostering long-term economic growth.
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