- Ett nytt tonläge
Fredrik Erixon writes about populism, nationalism and Europe in an essay for the Axess Magazine (in Swedish).
- Eleições indicam UE mais defensiva em questões comerciais
Natalia Macyra talks about the outcome of the European Parliament election in Valor Econômico (in Portuguese)
- Ett nytt tonläge
Fredrik Erixon takes stock of populism and centrist parties ahead of the EU election
- EU riskerar stanna upp om populisterna vinner valet
Fredrik Erixon interviewed about the EU election in Finnish public teve
- Market Concentration, Regulation, and Europe´s Quest for a New Industrial Policy
Oscar Guinea and Fredrik Erixon publish in ProMarket, an economics blog of the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, on the new push for new interventionist EU Industrial Policy.
- De Hundra Regleringarnas Parlament
Dagens Nyheter writes about Fredrik Erixon’s study of the European parliament election (in Swedish)
- Nyprotektionistisk våg hotar EU
Svenska Dagbladet writes about Fredrik Erixon’s study about the election to the European Parliament (in Swedish)
- Experten: Populistpartier betraktas inte längre som galenpannor
FPlus interviews Fredrik Erixon about populism and liberalism in Europe (in Swedish)
- Meet the man who negotiated trade for both the UK and the EU
Roderick Abbott talks to Deutsche Welle Business about the art of trade negotiations, negotiating for the EU and for the U.K. and Brexit
- Web Tax, M5S: ‘C’è chi crede che più che di nuove tasse abbiamo bisogno di una nuova fiscalità’
Matthias Bauer interviewed by ilblogdellestelle on the EU’s Digital Services Tax
- Watum es besser keine Digitalsteuer gibt
Matthias Bauer interviewed by Meinungsbarometer on the EU’s Digital Services Tax initiative.
- En hård brexit skulle vara katastrofal och resultera i kaos
Fredrik Erixon writes in Sydsvenskan about a hard Brexit and its consequences.
- Standing up for competition
Oscar Guinea and Fredrik Erixon write about EU competition policy and the crave for European Champions
- L’Union européenne au bord de la rupture
Fredrik Erixon writes in Courrier International about populism and the upcoming EU election
- Right-wing Populists Gaining Seats in Europe
Fredrik Erixon interviews by the Swedish public broadcaster about the European Parliament election (in Swedish).
- Maskiner kommer inte att rädda oss
Dagens Nyheter reviews the Innovation Illusion, a book by Fredrik Erixon (in Swedish)
- Liberaler borde klä sig i gula västar
Liberal Debatt takes stock of Fredrik Erixon’s paper on globalisation, protectionism and income equality.
- New Study Debunks European Commission Claims Justifying New Taxes on Digital Companies
Matthias Bauer research presented by the Tax Foundation.
- Europe’s Tax War on U.S. Tech
Matthias Bauer’s research discussed in the Wall Street Journal.
- Digitalsteuer: Der Fiskus in der Populismusfalle
Matthias Bauer research discussed by NZZ.
- 66th Think Tank Review
Oscar Guinea and Fredrik Erixon study on Competition and Industrial policy picked up by the European Council Think Tank Review.
- Ahead of US-China trade talks, veteran negotiators warn that deals can often get lost in translation
As negotiators from the United States and China grow closer to clinching a deal to end the trade war, both sides will be wary of the complications that can arise from issues of language, interpretation and translation during negotiations
- Ytterkantspartiernas oundvikliga normalisering
Dagens Industri writes about Fredrik Erixon’s report about the election to the European Parliament
- France against EU-US trade talks unless Trump supports climate deal
CNBC interviews Fredrik Erixon about a EU-US trade deal
- Fearing Populism, France and Germany Flee Into the Past
Oscar Guinea comments in Foreign Policy on the idea of a new EU industrial policy and industrial champions
- Crash on the Autobahn: Europe can’t afford new car tariffs—so the U.S. President can’t either
ECIPE research on the impacts of US car tariffs was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal.
- Europe to Monitor Foreign Investments, but Don’t Expect a European CFIUS
Fredrik Erixon talks to Law.com about FDI screening in Europe.
- Tricks of the trade: Britain, the EU and doing deals in a post-Brexit world
Fredrik Erixon talks to Deutsche Welle about Brexit and trade negotiations.
- Dividends may soon be a problem for stock markets
Citywire comments CapX podcast with Fredrik Erixon on capitalism, dividends and share buybacks.
- Trade vs Human Rights: Should Atrocities Prevent Foreign Business Deals?
Danny Murty comments on TRT Roundtable on the utility of economic sanctions against Myanamar in the wake of the Rohingya Crisis.
- New Working Paper: Patterns of Trade Restrictiveness in Online Platforms: A First Look
- New Policy Brief: What the 2018 (and 2020) Elections Mean for U.S. Trade Policy
- New Policy Brief: Impasse in the WTO Dispute Settlement Body: Consequences and Responses
- New Policy Brief: The EU-Japan EPA – Freer, Fairer and more Open Trading System
- New Occasional Paper: The Cost of Fiscal Unilateralism: Potential Retaliation Against the EU Digital Services Tax (DST)
- New Policy Brief: Online Platforms, Economic Integration and Europe’s Rent-Seeking Society: Why Online Platforms Deliver on What EU Governments Fail to Achieve
- New Policy Brief: 5G and National Security: After Australia’s Telecom Sector Security Review
- New Five Freedoms Policy Brief: The Next Steps for the Digital Single Market: From Where do We Start?
- New Five Freedoms Policy Brief: Cooperation in Europe’s Digital Economy: How do Countries Position Themselves?
- New Working Paper: Do Data Policy Restrictions Inhibit Trade in Services?
- New Working Paper: Do Data Policy Restrictions Impact the Productivity Performance of Firms and Industries?
- New Policy Brief: The Swiss Cheese of Trade Policy: The Case Against Product Exclusions in Trade Agreements
- New Policy Brief: The UK’s First International Trade Negotiation – Agriculture at the WTO
- New Occasional Paper: Five Questions about the Digital Services Tax to Pierre Moscovici
- New Policy Brief: Europe and South-East Asia: An Exercise in Diplomatic Patience