San Bilal, Bernard Hoekman 31 July 2019

EU trade agreements aim at reducing foreign market access barriers, but also condition the terms of preferential access to the Single Market on regulation in partner countries in areas such as social and labour standards. Is this an effective strategy? Does it come at the cost of attaining economic objectives? This eBook brings together different perspectives on these and other questions.

Arancha Gonzalez, Marion Jansen 04 July 2019

This report brings together contributions from leading women policymakers and thought leaders from across the world on how to shape our economies. The essays and observations show women analysing the challenges confronting economic governance and formulating concrete proposals for how to navigate this period of turbulence.

Jean Pisani-Ferry, Jeromin Zettelmeyer 13 June 2019

The publication in 2017 of joint proposals for reforming the euro area by a group of seven French and seven German economists triggered a considerable debate on Vox. This volume offers a selection of the contributions to this debate together with a summary of the original proposal. 

Patrick Bolton, Stephen Cecchetti, Jean-Pierre Danthine, Xavier Vives 03 June 2019

This first report in a new series from IESE Business School and CEPR on ‘The Future of Banking’ tackles three important areas of post-crisis regulatory reform: the Basel III agreement on capital, liquidity and leverage requirements; resolution procedures to end ‘too big to fail’; and the expanded role of central banks with a financial stability remit.

Meredith A. Crowley 30 May 2019

This eBook sheds light on the origins of the Sino-American economic conflict, the current impacts of the conflict on economic activity around the world, and the likely consequences for the future of globalisation.

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