Until a few months ago, the policy and academic debate in the EU revolved around the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), praised across the board as proof of European solidarity and a concrete manifestation of the EU commitment to address the pandemic crisis. The RRF indeed marked a leap forward towards a stronger redistributive role […]
Francesco Corti is an Associate Research Fellow at CEPS and an Advisor to the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Social Affairs and Health
Digital technologies and robotisation create employment opportunities – but other jobs will irrevocably be lost.
Maurizio Ferrera and Francesco Corti explain why they think an ‘EU social card’ is a good idea.
Drawing on the framework put forward by Maurizio Ferrera, one may identify at least four areas of conflict that will shape decision-making in the European Parliament.