As the holiday period approaches, and we look towards next year, why not take a look back on the year through the lens of Bruegel analysis and commentary? There is a selection of highlighted podcasts and publications curated below to keep you informed over the winter break.
In this paper we assess both the immediate economic impact and the likely longer-term impact of sanctions on the Russian economy.
The way to help Ukraine will be to assist in reconstruction and not place artificial impediments to immigration of those who have already suffered.
An EU gas price cap would be counterproductive, but the reasons why it is supported widely must be acknowledged and addressed.
The current crisis looks set to leave behind it a radically different system, but what that system will look like remains an open question
The European Commission’s proposal for reforming the EU fiscal rules is far-reaching, but its shortcomings need to be addressed.
How will CBDCs impact the international financial system?
This contribution analyses the deficiencies of the current framework and identifies possible responses, in line with three levels of reform ambition.
The model of increasing economic interdependence between the West and the emerging world was built on assumptions that no longer hold.
At this event, panellists discussed the policies that EU policymakers should implement to alleviate world hunger.
The proposed European Chips Act over-emphasises semiconductor production subsidies, focusing too little on increasing value-added in research.
How do gender stereotypes and gendered work segregation, and digitalisation and automation, result in a vicious cycle of digital gender inequality?