Europe: Facts & Docs
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V. Termini: Europe is on the move - First steps towards a multilateral global scenario
M. Messori - Il piano italiano di ripresa e resilienza: Come utilizzare una straordinaria opportunità
C. Bastasin, L. Bini Smaghi, M. Bordignon, S. De Nardis, C. De Vincenti, V. Meliciani, M. Messori, S. Micossi, P. C. Padoan, G. Toniolo: Una visione del paese per una grande opportunità
C. Bastasin: Italy’s Recovery Plans require the mobilization of private savings
R. Perissich: Macron's world view
D. Di Cagno, A. Fabrizi, M. Marini, V. Meliciani: Knowledge networks in joint research projects, innovation and economic growth across European regions
C. Battiati, C. Jona-Lasinio, E. Marvasi and S. Sopranzetti - Market power and productivity trends in the European economies: A macroeconomic perspective
J. Bonchi, F. S. Lucidi - Asset Price Bubbles with Low Interest Rates: Not All Bubbles are Likely to Emerge
BaFin reforms must go further - Ignazio Angeloni - OMFIF
In the aftermath of the Wirecard scandal, Germany has an opportunity to reform BaFin, its financial supervisory authority, and help boost regulation and governance across the European Union. The Bundestag is considering a bill that would reform...
Interview with Valentina Meliciani – RaiNews24
Professor Meliciani speaks about the economic and social consequences of the current Covid-19 contagion indicators, which have proven to be largely unexpected, and how these circumstances will be addressed by the policies of the new Draghi government....
Interview with Marcello Messori - Class CNBC Report
Professor Messori comments on the effects that Draghi’s appointment is having, and will continue to have, on the financial markets, on Italy’s spread and on Italy’s banking system, as well as on the political challenges that await the new prime minister...
The Draghi government’s international challenges – Ferdinando Nelli Feroci – Huffington Post
Ferdinando Nelli Feroci says, that although Draghi’s domestic priorities are clear, his policies on the international arena are still to be defined. However, being a committed Europeanist and Atlantist, whatever his choices, Draghi will not steer Italy...
The Draghi government’s tax agenda – Massimo Bordignon – La Voce
Tax reform is an urgent but complex issue, especially for a heterogeneous government majority. There are two main issues facing the new Mario Draghi government: the choice between maintaining the personal income tax as it is or revising the entire system...
Interview with Marcello Messori - Sky TG 24 Business
Professor Messori reiterates his view that Mario Draghi is the perfect candidate to implement the reforms needed to remove the bottlenecks in Italy’s economic system and to make the right investments to stimulate the country along the path of digital and...
Veto player theory and the governance of the Recovery and Resilience Facility - Marco Buti and Oscar Polli - VOX CEPR
The Recovery and Resilience Facility is at the heart of Next Generation EU, Europe’s plan to tackle the economic fall out of the pandemic crisis. Member states must prepare national plans to receive the EU contributions. These plans include the investment...
The Limits of the EU-China Investment Agreement - Daniel Gros - Project Syndicate
The new EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment will eventually be judged by its implementation and the concrete steps China takes to fulfill its promises. If European firms do not perceive any improvement, and China makes no progress on labor...