The Sound of Economics
The Sound of Economics is Bruegel's podcast series that explores Europe’s big economic policy debates. Each episode gathers prominent experts and Bruegel researchers to discuss the importance of issues covered, and explores some of the work that Bruegel researchers have done in the area.
Skills-shift: navigating the future of work
How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market?
How should the European Union’s industry respond to the energy crisis?
Having weathered the 2022 energy crisis, it is time to consider its longer-term repercussions on the European Union’s industry.
US-China tech bifurcation
Compared to instant decoupling, bifurcation offers a more gradual process that requires clear understanding of the direction and speed of divergence.
The EU’s long-term fiscal challenges
The EU faces a fiscal dilemma in the long-term: fiscal space has likely declined, but public investment needs have gone up.