Given new remote working arrangements, online gigs can be completed in the lowest-cost locations; they’re mainly done by workers in large cities.
You’ll never talk alone: what media narratives on European reforms reveal about a polity in the making
In this paper, we have analysed the coverage of reforms in a European context in the leading business newspapers in the three biggest EU member states
The European Union Digital Markets Act (DMA) bans large online platforms under its scope from treating their own products more favourably than rivals.
Low-income households suffer most from high inflation, but in some European Union countries the inflation burden is felt more equally than others.
The European Commission’s proposal for reforming the EU fiscal rules is far-reaching, but its shortcomings need to be addressed.
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.
Testimony on crypto and CBDCs to the Fintech committee of the European Parliament.
At this event, panellists will discuss the policies that EU policymakers should implement to alleviate world hunger.
Carbon Club versus Climate Alliance: Which way forward for multilateral climate and trade governance?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the respective proposals?
How can we build a sustainable system of international cooperation that allows for nations to work together despite their differences?
How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market?
An EU gas price cap would be counterproductive, but the reasons why it is supported widely must be acknowledged and addressed.
Digital Markets Act enforcement will be much more effective if EU member national authorities are involved
COP27 should create the basis of a global loss-and-damage fund to help vulnerable countries already suffering from climate disasters.
Low-skilled workers tend to have jobs that are less likely to foster foundational skills. This worsens skills gaps and income inequality.
Globalisation is under attack; to preserve its benefits, healthy domestic social contracts are essential.
EU countries seem to be converging on a set of reform objectives. But can these be jointly satisfied? Two recent proposals offer some hope.