Report

Think Global Act European II

Publishing date
04 March 2010

On 4 March Notre Europe launched the second edition of Think Global Act European. This issue, dedicated to the Spanish, Belgian and Hungarian Trio Presidency, compiles analysis and recommendations from 14 different think tanks on the different issues concerning the changing role of the rotating presidency and the trio themselves. Bruegel has contributed with three papers: the first one by Bruegel Director Jean Pisani-Ferry on Internal and external challenges for the EU -coauthored by András Inotai, Director of the Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences / GKI-; and the other two by Senior Fellow Bruno van Pottelsberghe on The governance of the European patent system, and Research Fellow Jakob von Weizsäcker on Greening the Stimulus Debt.

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