The potential of sovereign sustainability-linked bonds in the drive for net-zero
Sovereign SLBs could help incentivise climate policies in EU countries, and accelerate emission reductions.
Fast and furious: how digital bank runs challenge the banking-crisis rulebook
The speed of recent bank failures has shown the need for more systemic protection of the financial system.
How much will the EU pay Russia for fossil fuels over the next 12 months?
With sanctions incomplete, the European Union could pay Russia about €30 billion for fossil fuels in the next year.
Banking turbulence is not a reason to pause monetary tightening
Despite calls for interest rate hikes to be paused, both the ECB and Federal raised rates- which was the right decision.
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.
Transatlantic Expert Group on the Future of Work
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European natural gas imports
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Quantitative tightening in the euro area
Why has the ECB decided to implement this policy?
Will China’s new financial regulatory reform be enough to meet the challenges?
This paper aims to inform the discussion in relation to China with accounts of experiences in large and complex financial sectors.
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Quantitative tightening in the euro area
Joining the dots: climate, nature and the sovereign debt crisis
The event is organised in collaboration with NatureFinance to discuss the correlation between sovereign debt markets and sustainability.
Corporate disclosure of sustainability risks: reconciling international and EU approaches
With parallel standards being developed in Europe and internationally, how can these approaches to sustainability reporting work together?
[email protected]: The international tax framework with Pascal Saint-Amans
Invitation-only event with Pascal Saint-Amans who will talk about the international tax framework, its state of play and perspectives.
EU’s fight against (in-work) poverty: case for minimum living income
This event will bring together perspectives from different states to share best practices on the EU's legislative role in social policies.
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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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