This paper analyses the banking linkages between the nine ‘outs’ and 19 ‘ins’ of the banking union. It finds that the out countries could profit from joining banking union, because it would provide a stable arrangement for managing financial stability.
Attempts to stem the flow of refugees to Europe have so far had little success. Two months into 2016, we take a detailed look at the numbers of the refugee crisis and the European response.
Joining the banking union could provide a stable arrangement for managing financial stability for the UK and other non-Euro countries.
The long-term impact of migration on innovation and productivity growth in host countries is a neglected issue in the current debate on refugees. Research shows that these effects can be substantial, but if Europe wants to capitalize on this potential it will need better information systems to match migrants’ skill sets with host environments.
After a year of weak recovery what is next for Europe? This event will look at both the general macroeconomic situation as well as the challenges posed by changing demographics
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Iran’s energy sector is vital for the country’s economy. Now that sanctions have been lifted, the government must reform the oil sector to encourage investment from international oil companies.
The enquiry on "Completing Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union" took place on 27 January 2016 in Brussels.
Speech held at Bruegel event on "How will the Paris agreement impact EU climate and energy policies?", on 8 February 2016.
How can we reduce divergencies in national corporate insolvency regimes in order to create an integrated Capital Markets Union?
This event will look at shocks and adjustment in the euro area in the light of recent crises and analyse the functioning of a key internal adjustment process in EMU
To address coordination failures between national institutions regulating banks, we need supranational policies. Banking union encourages further integration of banks across borders, deepening the single market, and could also benefit countries outside the euro which have a high degree of cross-border banking.