Catch up on the year through the lens of Bruegel analysis and commentary with a selection of podcasts and publications to keep you informed over the summer.
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How can the European Union adapt to climate change?
A stronger adaptation governance framework would benefit adaptation efforts.
War in Ukraine: reflections on the economic consequences for Russia
Sergei Guriev joins us to discuss how the Russian invasion of Ukraine will affect the economies of Russia and the world.
Fiscal support and monetary vigilance: economic policy implications of the Russia-Ukraine war for the European Union
Policymakers must think coherently about the joint implications of their actions and avoid taking measures that contradict each other.
European Union demand reduction needs to cope with Russian gas cuts
Without Russian gas, the European Union would have to reduce demand by approximately 15%, with big differences between different parts of Europe
How a European Union tariff on Russian oil can be designed
The European Union should apply a tariff on imports of Russian oil; it can be accompanied by a quota for a gradual, conditional phase-out.
Food security: the role and limits of international rules on export restrictions
Unblocking Ukrainian ports and facilitating wheat exports through large-scale international coordination remains essential.
Bold European Union action is needed to support Ukrainian refugees
Hosting Ukrainian refugees could cost European Union countries in excess of €40 billion this year. A dedicated EU fund is needed to manage the burden.
The cost of China's dynamic zero-COVID policy
What does zero-COVID mean for both China and the global economy?
Beating burnout: identifying bad jobs and improving job quality
To improve wellbeing at work, job quality policy should pay more attention to imbalances in job content and the social environment at work.
What are the implications of prolonged inflation?