After almost two decades of unproductive regional cooperation attempts, the EU should reshape its energy cooperation efforts in the Mediterranean through new bilateral approaches
The current unsustainable use of our environment can lead to financial crisis. To address this risk, financial institutions should measure their exposure to ecological imbalances using methodologies such as carbon and natural capital accounting.
Furthering energy cooperation between the EU and countries in the Southern Mediterranean is a challenge, but also a great opportunity. Supporting sustainable energy projects in partner countries could make them more economically stable and help safeguard the EU’s security of gas supply.
Statement from Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for the Digital Single Market, following Bruegel's event on e-Commerce in Europe.
Europe and the United States have had divergent experiences since the Economic crisis but they share several challenges in the years ahead. How can those challenges be turned into opportunities?
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EU funding for the UK has risen considerably since 2000, but funding predominantly goes to rural and less developed areas, meaning that Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales receive more funding relative to their GDP than England.
What’s at stake: The Senate announced this week revisions to a sentencing reform bill – the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act – that would lower mandatory minimums for some low-level drug crimes.
The Bruegel annual report provides a broad overview of the organisation's work in the previous year.
Micro-economic features of economic systems can have a major impact on national performance. Policymakers should therefore reconfigure their scoreboards to reflect the roles played in a country’s economic growth by large internationalized firms, global value chains or resource reallocation.