With the US presidential elections around the corner we asked ourselves: what would a Biden administration look like? And what would a(nother) Trump administration look like?
What are current greenhouse gas mitigation scenarios commonly proposed for India?
What shape will the trade relationship between the EU and the US take in the coming years?
“Only a broad policy framework – taking into account economic, fiscal, industrial, labour, innovation and social policy issues – can address the challenges of the climate crisis in a balanced way.”
What will a reformed European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) look like?
Multilateralism and global collaboration: the case of Japan and the EU.
A conversation on ageing societies, waning inequality, as well as an inflation revival.
It is time to rethink many of the basic principles of our economic model to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As an international currency, the euro has always been a distant second to the dollar. The idea of a greater international role for the euro has been floated, but without major institutional reform, the euro will not become a dominant currency.
A Joe Biden Administration would have to decide to what extent to unpick the major United States trade policy shifts of the last four years. A quick return to comprehensive trade talks with the European Union is unlikely and the US will remain focused on its rivalry with China. Nevertheless, there would be areas for EU/US cooperation, not least World Trade Organisation reform.
To deliver on the goals of the European climate law, the European Union needs finally to get coal out of its energy mix: the EU should quicken the pace of decarbonisation whilst delivering on its goal of social inclusion.
Dani Rodrik explains the globalisation paradox.