Bruegel Annual Meetings, Day 1- How do we exit the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure the world of tomorrow is less vulnerable to future pandemics?
COVID-19 has reinforced traditional vaccine production patterns, but the global vaccine trade has changed considerably.
Europe has already made a significant financial contribution to beating the pandemic, now it has the oppurtunity and moral responsibility to do more.
How the G20 can support the recovery with sustainable local infrastructure investment.
The dollar remains the world’s largest reserve currency, but it is facing both domestic and external risks.
How can we better prepare for future pandemics? In this event, co-hosted by the Center for Global Development and Bruegel think tanks, speakers will present "A Global Deal for Our Pandemic Age", a report of the G20 High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response.
European countries must do more to tackle the vaccine uptake gap. Vaccination data should be published at the maximum granularity level so researchers and local decision-makers can monitor progress.
Report of the G20 High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response.
Emphasis will be placed on greening monetary policy and clarifying the ECB's price stability objective, but is this enough?
Confronted with COVID-19, high-income Gulf countries have done better than most of their middle- and low-income neighbours; Jordan and Morocco are also positive exceptions.
The best way for the EU and the US to jointly introduce carbon border adjustment would be to form a ‘climate club’.
When Joe Biden visits Europe for the first time as US president, he should begin forging a transatlantic green deal.