A strategy for European competitiveness

Europe’s prosperity, competitiveness, and its market power are derived from the single market. Kristalina Georgieva argues that preserving Europe’s competitive edge will require a well-thought out, multi-pronged strategy


Benefits of the Capital Markets Union

Jean-Baptiste Gossé and Camille Jehle argue that stock market investors’ could benefit from the facilitation of crossborder investment and from the development of stock markets, especially in Central and Eastern European countries


Seizing leadership in the net zero economy

The EU is at a crossroads. Linda Kalcher and Neil Makaroff discuss if the European Union will lead the charge in the green economy or trail behind its global competitors in the US and China


Instruments of economic security

Geopolitical and economic developments have raised concerns about the EU’s exposure to hostile countries. Conor McCaffrey and Niclas Poitiers assess the nature of this threat and outline lessons that can be drawn


Heat stress at work

There are significant consequences of climate change for public health. Aude Cefaliello argues that intense heat is not just a hot topic but a political emergency and we must rethink how work is organised


Bulgaria in the eurozone, when?

Bulgaria meets all the nominal convergence criteria, except the one of inflation. Dimitar Radev examines the benefits in joining the eurozone as quickly as possible