How to achieve debt sustainability and environmental sustainability in the bloc?
A glimpse into the evolving landscape of Europe's engagement with China.
Exploring the potential, ethics and the willingness of people to automatise unpaid domestic work.
Delving into the EU economic and financial outlook amid geopolitical conflicts.
What Poland’s election means for the country and for Europe.
16 August 2023
Leaders maintain a belief that employee collaboration is negatively impacted by remote work, but the evidence to support this assumption is mixed.
09 August 2023
A deep dive into the history of central banking over the four centuries before 1800.
02 August 2023
Examining the past, present and future of the global energy system.
26 July 2023
Exploring the unintended consequences of the use of sanctions as a diplomatic weapon.
19 July 2023
What potential bottlenecks might be hindering the transformation of China’s innovation efforts into productivity growth?
12 July 2023
The ongoing steel and aluminium negotiations between the EU and the US and their initial negotiation proposals are examined.
05 July 2023
How can the European Union’s industrial policy advance decarbonisation while fostering strategic autonomy and economic efficiency?
28 June 2023
How do scholars write the future of global politics?
21 June 2023
The Sound of Economics is bringing you a book review series for summer 2023.
21 June 2023
Jeromin Zettelmeyer sits down with Martin Wolf to discuss his latest book, ‘The Crisis of Democratic Capitalism’.
14 June 2023
How China and the Gulf States are building bilateral economic relations.
08 June 2023
As interest costs rise, the EU should review how they are accounted for in its budget and financial framework.
31 May 2023
Decelerated economic growth has and will continue to determine China’s position in global, regional and national spheres.
24 May 2023
How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market?
17 May 2023
Having weathered the 2022 energy crisis, it is time to consider its longer-term repercussions on the European Union’s industry.
10 May 2023
Compared to instant decoupling, bifurcation offers a more gradual process that requires clear understanding of the direction and speed of divergence.