Beijing's bandwidth to deliver is shrinking as its economic performance wanes.
COP27 should create the basis of a global loss-and-damage fund to help vulnerable countries already suffering from climate disasters.
Europe must move beyond blocking agreement on a coordinated solution and undermining EU unity in the face of Russian aggression.
An EU gas price cap would be counterproductive, but the reasons why it is supported widely must be acknowledged and addressed.
High-capacity broadband infrastructure will be a key enabler of a forward-looking recovery after COVID-19.
Labour-market data from online sources can identify emerging occupations and skill demand, helping policymakers prepare better for future needs.
To meet the challenges of an age in which the threat of war is always present, Germany and Europe must invest heavily in military innovation.
The EPC would not be, and should not be, regarded as a substitute for EU accession, but should be designed to work as an accelerator.
The real issue for EU leaders when they discuss Ukraine’s application at a 23-24 June summit and beyond, is what kind of club the EU should be.
05 April 2022
The private sector advances in China: The evolving ownership structures of the largest companies in the Xi Jinping era
This paper documents recent structural changes in China’s corporate landscape, based on company level data.
24 March 2022
What is the current state of pensions policy in Europe and how are independent workers treated compared with their traditionally employed counterparts
23 February 2022
This Blueprint includes some of the Group’s most prominent voices on the different aspects of the multidimensional issue of green recovery.
21 February 2022
This policy contribution assesses how the trading system has changed over the last five years
17 February 2022
In this Policy Contribution, we seek to understand the reasons for these failures of global collective action.
08 February 2022
This Policy Contribution assesses the rationale for a Health Union.
17 January 2022
An analysis of the incentive effects of COVID certificates on vaccine uptake, health outcomes and the economy.
13 January 2022
Given the size and urgency of the transition, the current knowledge infrastructure in Europe is insufficient.
23 December 2021
This paper contributes to the measurement of monthly consumer price index-based real effective exchange rates with two main novelties.
16 December 2021
We investigate how labour demand and supply elasticities relate to an exogenous change in platform policy.
13 December 2021
How can the background of mRNA technology development help us understand how public vaccine research and development policy can be improved?
30 November 2021
To accelerate the roll-out of AI technology across the European Union, policymakers should alleviate constraints to adoption faced by firms.
17 November 2021
We define biometric technologies as AI technologies that rely on biometric data to derive inferences about the individual whose data is collected.
12 November 2021
Study for the German Federal Foreign Office produced by Bruegel, the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and DIW Berlin.
10 November 2021
In this paper, we turn our attention to market failure due to information asymmetry between platforms and their users and between competing platforms.
10 November 2021
What is new about NGEU is not just the increase in the EU’s borrowing power, but also the nature of the expenditure.