Publications 2017

Theresa May's Florence speech: much ado about nothing
22 September 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

A disappointing speech that does not move the negotiations further

Reversing over the cliff edge?
18 September 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

The European Union must recognise how UK domestic politics hamper the Brexit negotiations.

Brexit: Dealing with withdrawal symptoms
5 September 2017
Andrew Duff (Visiting Fellow at the European Policy Centre and President of the Spinelli Group; former MEP)

The Brexit talks are in trouble but not beyond repair.

Trump’s gas doctrine: What does it mean for the EU?
26 July 2017
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

The US intention to boost gas exports to Europe may exacerbate divisions between EU member states on energy issues.

Reality bites: the Brexit negotiations seen from the other side of the Channel
24 July 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

Brexit is not going to be avoided by the EU27 at all costs.

Smart Specialisation: championing the EU’s economic growth and investment agenda?
20 July 2017
Alison Hunter (Senior Adviser to EPC on regional policy, regional innovation and industrial growth)

Smart Specialisation Strategies could do more to support EU industrial competitiveness, as well as boosting investment and growth if it was embedded in the EU's policy and funding framework

Why the EU will have an industrial policy - but not necessarily a good one
18 July 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

A new momentum for a European Industrial Policy?

The EU and Emerging Market Economies: Transformations and New Challenges
18 July 2017
Juliane Schmidt (Former Junior Policy Analyst at the EPC)

Taking stock of the EU’s cooperation with emerging market economies

Targeting EU efforts in Tunisia: what approach to the fight against corruption and to decentralisation?
17 July 2017
Francesca Fabbri (Junior Policy Analyst)

How the EU can better support a successful transition in Tunisia

The US exits Paris – Can the EU drive international climate action?
12 July 2017
Romain Pardo (Policy Analyst)

The US has dropped the ball on climate action – time for the EU to take the lead

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