Sustainable Prosperity for Europe

EU budget post-Brexit - Confronting reality, exploring viable solutions
7 March 2017
Ewa Chomicz (Former Economic Research Assistant at the EPC)

Mind the gap

Russia’s nuclear energy diplomacy in the Middle East: why the EU should take notice
21 February 2017
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

An effective tool to realise Russia’s political ambitions in the MENA region?

Future of taxation in the single market
27 January 2017
Iva Tasheva (Former Junior Policy Analyst at the EPC) and Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

The EU taxman cometh

The market design proposal: the journey has only begun
19 January 2017
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

The Commission’s market design proposal is a good start, but much more work remains to be done

25 years after Maastricht: defending the euro's political core
9 December 2016
Robin Huguenot-Noël (Policy Analyst)

The common European currrency has come a long way – with many ups and downs

Rethinking the EU’s investment strategy: EFSI 2.0 needs a Social Pillar to address economic insecurity
15 November 2016
Robin Huguenot-Noël (Policy Analyst) and Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

Can EFSI 2.0 square the circle of higher productivity and less inequality in a world of more limited funding?

Addressing the crisis of tomorrow: the sustainability of European health systems
21 September 2016
Annika Hedberg (Senior Policy Analyst) and Philip Hines (Former Programme Assistant at the EPC)

There is a strong rationale for the EU member states to work together in tackling the challenges affecting European health systems

Nord Stream II - yes or no? - Political decision of a political Commission
14 June 2016
Annika Hedberg (Senior Policy Analyst)

Will this Commission be ready to defend EU principles and commitments when assessing Nord Stream II?

A historic reminder, an ever-present dilemma? - Assessing Brexit’s potential consequences for European security
18 May 2016
Andrea Frontini (Policy Analyst)

Brexit and European security; a lose-lose situation for the EU and UK?

German macro: how it's different and why that matters
29 April 2016
George Bratsiotis (Senior Lecturer at University of Manchester and co-director of the Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research) and David Cobham (Professor of Economics at Heriot-Watt University)

Ordoliberalism; something unique?  

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