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The EUROCHAMBRES Economic Survey 2018 (EES 2018) is the 25th consecutive annualassessment of the European business community’s expectations. The study is based onresponses from over 50,000 European businesses in 23 countries to a survey that was ca...
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Call for papers MakeLearn and TIIM Conference 2018
Presentation
September 20, 2017
International School for Social and Busi...
Integrated Economy and Society: Diversity, Creativity and Technology • 16–18 May 2018, Naples, Italy
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The Commission's Views on Strengthening the Euro Area: Bar...
Publication
September 14, 2017
ceps.eu...
The Commission's Views on Strengthening the Euro Area: Barking up the wrong tree?
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‘Fintech’ helps power the green energy revolution
Publication
July 21, 2017
youris.com GEIE
From “cryptocurrencies” to crowdfunding, innovative financial technology offers new ways for citizens to get involved in green energy projects, and to reap the benefits of the clean power produced
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Less than 5% of FP7 bioeconomy projects are ready to enter the...
Press Release
June 28, 2017
youris.com GEIE
An analysis by the Horizon 2020 ProBIO project has found that less than 5% of bioeconomy projects funded by the EU’s 7th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP7) have results with the potential to be introduced to market.
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European Fiscal Governance and Cyclical Stabilisation: Searchi...
Policy Brief
June 1, 2017
ceps.eu...
European Fiscal Governance and Cyclical Stabilisation: Searching for a Lasting Arrangement
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Eurozone Spotlight Key Facts & Figures, May 2017
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This reflection paper – the third in the series – sets out possible ways forward for deepening and completing the Economic and Monetary Union up until 2025. It does so by setting out concrete steps that could be taken by the time of the European ...
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Is the recent increase in longterm interest rates a threat to ...
Policy Paper
May 29, 2017
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Is the recent increase in longterm interest rates a threat to euro-area recovery?
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Ten years of serial crises and rising voter scepticism about mainstream political parties have definitively buried the managerialist consensus that dominated EU policymaking in the early 2000s. The financial crisis, strained public finances and la...
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Well - functioning, deeper and highly integrated European capital markets could play a greater role in providing alternative financing sources for companies, increasing options for retail/institutional investors, and enhancing market - based, private...
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Tax evasion, money laundering and tax transparency in the EU O...
Report
May 4, 2017
epthinktank.eu...
Tax evasion, money laundering and tax transparency in the EU Overseas Countries and Territories
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Tackling Europe's crisis legacy: a comprehensive strategy ...
Report
April 20, 2017
bruegel.org...
Tackling Europe's crisis legacy: a comprehensive strategy for bad loans and debt restructuring
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The euro crisis showed how incomplete and vulnerable the architecture of the Monetary Union is. Institutional reforms are slow or stalling due to divergent development perspectives for the Eurozone. This study analyses the conflicting interests amo...
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EU60 : Re-founding Europe the Responsibility to Propose Differ...
Policy Recommendation
March 22, 2017
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EU60 : Re-founding Europe the Responsibility to Propose Differentiated Integration: a Way Forward for Europe Nicoletta Pirozzi, Pier Domenico Tortola and Lorenzo Vai 16 March 2017 ISBN 978-88-9
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Europe’s lack of economic dynamism and mobility, the so-called Eurosclerosis , is not a fatality. Barriers to entry and exit for workers, firms, innovators and investors reduce the continent’s ability to transition to a modern knowledge econom...
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