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Bruegel's 2023 year in review

We look back on the most important policy papers, events and podcast episodes from this year.

As 2023 draws to a close, we wanted to give you a taste of some of Bruegel's best and diverse research outputs from this year. 

In the run up to Christmas, Bruegel ran a #12DaysOfEconomicPolicy social media campaign, highlighting the most read publication from each month of this year. Below you will see each of those papers which you can take a look back on. 

Listen to Bruegel's end-of-year episode of the Sound of Economics podcast, where Rebecca Christie reviews the most important economic developments from 2023. Click here to listen. 

You will also see a collection of Bruegel short reads on this page. This year we introduced two new research outputs: the First Glance and the Analysis. This collection has a wide range of topics to read back on - from central banking to gender parity, from climate finance to emerging fiscal rules. 

This year was a big one for datasets at Bruegel. We launched four new datasets - the China economic dashboard, a dataset on EU digital regulation, a Future of Work technology adoption dashboard and a Future of Work uptake and inequality of telework dashboard -  that are regularly updated, while our energy and climate datasets from 2022 are still going strong with either weekly or monthly updates.

Last, but not least, we have provided you with a list of some of the biggest events we hosted this year. Why not take some time to watch some of our event recordings over the holidays?

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