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How can we find a balance between free movement and shortages in the healthcare workforce in the EU?

By Vytenis Andriukaitis / 7 April, 2021

In all European nations, life and health are one of the most important pillars of well-being. Indeed, health is the cultural backbone of our civilisation. Despite being cautious about a high tax burden, EU citizens want more health services of higher quality and they agree that higher health bills should […]

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Reforming the financial structure of ‘small-buffers’ capitalism

By Dirk Bezemer / 17 February, 2021

We live in an advanced form of what the US economist Hyman Minsky had termed ‘money manager capitalism’ 25 years ago. Today, the dominant role played by the captains of industry in the area of industrial capitalism falls to the money managers in charge of hedge funds and pension funds. […]

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Budging beyond Brexit

By Roger Liddle / 12 January, 2021

For half a century I have campaigned for a united Europe with Britain playing a full role. The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that was approved by the British Parliament on 30 December heralded, for me, a very bad and very very painful day. The TCA finalises Britain’s divorce from […]

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What digital future for what Social Democracy?

By Evgeny Morozov / 4 September, 2020

Nothing reveals the existential crisis of the Social Democratic model quite like its inability to get a grip on today’s digital society. To reinvigorate itself and society, Social Democracy must embrace a new ambitious project that would not only reveal the true costs and vulnerabilities of neoliberal empowerment (where global […]

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It’s time for a European market for values!

By Marco Senatore / 24 January, 2019

The dissolution of the EU may be an outcome of the use of its institutions by populists for their own agenda.

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The End of ECB’s Quantitative Easing – what next?

By Alberto Botta / 11 January, 2019

In December 2018, the ECB’s QE is coming to an end.

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Normalisation of the ECB’s monetary policy is timely

By Peter Bofinger / 11 January, 2019

The European Central Bank (ECB) is due to end its Quantitative Easing (QE) programme at the end of the year.

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Belts, roads and regions: mapping imaginations

By C. Cindy Fan / 18 June, 2018

Researchers and observers have also created their own spatial representations.

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Germany and the euro – what’s next?

By Gustav Horn / 12 February, 2018

The apparent popularity of such political trends has led to a shift in the economic policy discourse that puts globalisation in its present form.

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Cross-business and intra-business wage inequality in Europe

By Claire Courteille-Mulder / 10 November, 2017

Since the 2008 crisis, wage growth around the world has been largely driven by growth in emerging countrie.

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