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V. Termini - The risk of inflation cannot be our priority: The effects of Biden’s economic policy
G. L. Tosato - Common debt: NextGeneration is not the first case
C. Bastasin - Il Governo Draghi: Il fattore Europa nelle scelte degli investitori
E. Avgouleas, S. Micossi - On selling sovereigns held by the ECB to the ESM: institutional and economic policy implications
P. Nicolaides - Unprecedented State Intervention: A Review of State Aid to Combat Covid-19 on the First Anniversary of the European Commission’s 2020 “Temporary Framework”
R. Jakubeit - The Wirecard scandal and the role of BaFin: a case for unifying capital markets supervision in the European Union
P. Benigno, P. Canofari, G. Di Bartolomeo, M. Messori: The ECB’s Measures in Support of the COVID-19 Crisis
D. Di Cagno, A. Fabrizi, M. Marini, V. Meliciani: Knowledge networks in joint research projects, innovation and economic growth across European regions
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European strategic autonomy: a slogan in search of policy? – Riccardo Perissich – Aspenia online
Despite the notable impulses in the EU to form an independent foreign policy based on a common defense force, there are still serious obstacles that are preventing, and will continue to prevent for a certain period, the establishment of European strategic...
International threats to the EU - Ferdinando Nelli Feroci – Affari Internazionali
The EU’s American ally, convinced that China poses the greatest challenge to its global leadership, but still looking for a credible containment strategy, is urgently calling on Europeans to be vigilant and firmer in the face of an alleged Chinese threat...
The EU and Covid vaccines: the jury is still out - Riccardo Perissich - Aspenia online
The indictment is severe: the EU is accused of gross mismanagement and of having badly failed its attempt to centralize the delivery of vaccines against Covid. Or has it? This reporter has the privilege of watching the trial in real time and shall try to...
Global economy: the watchword is "do not panic" – Franco Bruni – ISPI
On the occasion of its Spring Meetings in early April, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) updated its growth forecasts until 2022. Overall, there is an improvement: compared to what was expected only three months ago and last October, the speed of...
German Constitutional Court: Trouble ahead? - Gian Luigi Tosato - Affari Internazionali
The author comments on the German Constitutional Court’s impending verdict concerning the EU’s Own Resources Decision, the provision that contains, among other things, the authorization for the Commission to issue 750 billion euro of European public debt...
Next Generation EU: can we do better? - Lorenzo Codogno, Paul van den Noord - SUERF Policy Brief
The unprecedented fiscal package adopted by the European Council in 2020 – known as Next Generation EU – is vital for the recovery of the euro area economy from the pandemic. Thus, it is very much welcome. However, our estimates indicate that creating a...
Interview with Marcello Messori - Class CNBC Report
Marcello Messori says that the 32 billion euros about to be distributed by the government in accordance with the Support Decree (Decreto Sostegno) to provide economic relief to workers, businesses and indebted individuals will not be enough to fully...
An industrial policy for post-pandemic Italy - Claudio De Vincenti - Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Foundation
Italy faces structural problems caused by a prolonged lack of private and public investment: industrial policy is called upon to lay the foundations for a sustained and stable investment cycle over time. How can it be regulated and pro-competitive at the...