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Blocked: Why Some Companies Restrict Data Access to Reduce Com...
Policy Brief
November 2, 2017
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Blocked: Why Some Companies Restrict Data Access to Reduce Competition and How Open APIs Can Help
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Putting a price on carbon, based on the polluter pays principle, has the potential to be a powerful policy tool to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the fight against climate change. A carbon price can come in the form of a tax or a cap and trade sy...
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No 2017-33/September 2017 Brexit and the Treatment of EU Citiz...
Policy Brief
September 8, 2017
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No 2017-33/September 2017 Brexit and the Treatment of EU Citizens by the UK Home Office Elspeth Guild Summary While the British Government is seeking to negotiate a good deal for British citizens in
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ACP-EU relations beyond 2020: Engaging the future or perpetuat...
Policy Brief
September 7, 2017
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In September 2018, exactly one year from now, negotiations on a new partnership between the European Union and the African, Caribbean and Pacific group of states (ACP) will start. The so-called ‘umbrella’ option is now on the table, calling for a...
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Free Trade would bring considerable benefits to the UK. These benefits include lower consumer prices, greater productivity and higher wages. Free trade is also progressive in its impact: the poor benefit proportionately more than those who are better...
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Cooperation, complementarities and alignment of different funding sources for a more efficient use of resources. A policy brief from the Policy Learning Platform on research and innovation
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