Guntram Wolff looks back at the past decade of Bruegel contribution to economic policy in Europe.
What needs to be done to address the Sri Lankan crisis and how does it relate to China?
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.
The EU Platform could become an effective emergency tool to safeguard Europe’s security of gas supply in case of a sudden interruption of Russian gas flows, but policymakers need to address challenges to make it work.
Can economic growth be a force for good and help in the fight against climate change?
Should Ukraine's accession to the EU be facilitated?
In the latest installment of the Sound of Economics Live we debate whether Ukraine's accession to the EU should be facilitated.
Food and fertiliser export restrictions are exacerbating the current food price crisis. The WTO and EU legal toolkits provide some safeguards but are insufficient. Unblocking Ukrainian ports and facilitating wheat exports through large-scale international coordination remains essential.
The mystery of China-Russia economic relations in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and what it means for Europe.
A timely reflection on the EU’s latest round of sanctions banning Russian oil imports.
Planning Ukraine’s reconstruction tomorrow is important but meeting its financial needs today is more pressing and requires urgent action by the IMF and the international financial community.
What are the implications of prolonged inflation?