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Financial literacy is essential in modern economies, where saving and preparing for retirement has shifted increasingly to the individual.
EU-Russia energy trade has fallen hugely since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but the EU could still do more to reduce dependence
Germany’s hydrogen strategy will have ripples across Europe and should be discussed more widely
Focusing on the Werner and Delors Reports, this essay aims to capture key ideas and debates, giving a chronological overview of the EMU process
20 July 2023
The Russian economy has performed better than many expected since the war in Ukraine started, though the financial burden will be felt for some time.
19 July 2023
The European Union’s draft AI Act already needs to be revised to account for the opportunities and harms of generative AI.
18 July 2023
To top up stored gas volumes for the coming winter, Europe can use spare capacity in Ukraine.
18 July 2023
This working paper examines how competition in foundation models (FMs) works.
17 July 2023
12 July 2023
Violations of the G7 price cap on Russian oil are becoming evident, but Western countries still can tighten rules and reduce the cash flows to Russia.
11 July 2023
This paper analyses Ukraine’s war economy management and performance, according to information available in June 2023.
10 July 2023
This paper sets out the EU and US perspectives on the ongoing negotiations and evaluates their initial negotiation proposals.
06 July 2023
What should be done about Google’s quasi-monopoly in search? Mandatory data sharing versus AI-driven technological competition
This paper explores the crucial role of search engines in modern digital economies and their impact on user welfare.
05 July 2023
Europe is falling behind in the global commercial space launch sector; a new programme may not be enough to fix the shortcomings
03 July 2023
This book assesses what must be done to implement industrial policy in a way that will achieve overarching goals while minimising distortions.
29 June 2023
This working paper explores public support for European defence union, revealing preferred policy features and the impact of political feasibility.
28 June 2023
How can the European Union achieve its target of eliminating all Russian fossil-fuel imports by 2027?
26 June 2023
Streamlining of the company listing process is welcome, but more fundamental reform is needed to revive the European Union’s flagging equity markets.
22 June 2023
21 June 2023
We identify three potential bottlenecks that might be hindering the translation of China’s innovation efforts into productivity growth.
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