It will take longer than many had anticipated for the dust to settle on the post-Brexit financial landscape and its respective implications for the EU and the UK.
The new German government should play its part in global health security and preparedness.
Germany and the EU need to develop a strong and proactive agenda to manage foreign economic relations, which are essential for German and European prosperity.
Europe should defend its existing dominance in equipment manufacturing for semiconductors and invest in chip design instead of luring high-end fabrication to its shores.
The current convergence in measures to open up digital platforms leaves a door open to some form of international coordination.
Concerns are real, but the country fares as well as peers at similar levels of development. Analysis published in fDi Intelligence.
After the current global semiconductor shortage, business leaders and policymakers must think now about how to minimise the effects of future exogenous shocks on production networks and the global economy.
In-depth analysis prepared for the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade (INTA).
The world awaits China's concrete plan on carbon reduction, but the country is following its own pace.
China's dual circulation strategy should not be dismissed as a buzzword: its implementation will entail major consequences.
Essay / Lecture
This essay addresses an old question that international relations scholars view as fundamental, but which economists regard as secondary: that of asymmetries in international economic relations.
Bruegel Annual Meetings, Day 2 - the World Trade Organisation has been going through trying times, a phenomenon amplified by the pandemic. Why are we headed towards a new global trade regime? And what lies ahead for the WTO?