- Playing defense in EU trade policy
Oscar Guinea writes a column in El País about the latest turn towards a defensive EU trade policy and argues that Europe trade policy should be offensive
- Europe plays defensive in international trade
Oscar Guinea writes a column in El País about the latest turn towards a defensive EU trade policy and argues that Europe trade policy should be offensive (in Spanish)
- Why a global minimum corporate tax rate may never be implemented
Matthias Bauer argues that governments will continue to compete for investments and business activity by offering businesses subsidies and preferential corporate tax treatment
- What Sweden’s political crisis says about Europe’s collapsing centre
Fredrik Erixon writes in the Spectator about the Swedish government crisis
- In Conversation with Fredrik Erixon
Fredrik Erixon interviewed by the Global Digital Foundation
- Fredrik Erixon talks to Brussels Report
Fredrik Erixon interviewed by Brussels Report
- Desire for US trade deal only way to make sense of Johnson’s stance on protocol
David Henig writes for the Irish Times on how the UK government is prioritising a US trade deal over resolving difficulties with the Northern Ireland Protocol
- EU industrial policy and where to find it
Oscar Guinea writes for Encompass about EU industrial policy and the national recovery and resilience plans
- Biden’s minimum corporate tax rate could destroy Ireland’s economic growth model, leaving the country in uncharted territory
Anna Guildea discusses the impact of Biden’s proposed global minimum corporate tax rate on Ireland’s FDI-dependent economy
- The fundamental conflict in the debate on platform content
Fredrik Erixon opines in Encompass Europe that the DSA should go back to the drawing board
- Are there Alternatives to Capitalism?
Fredrik Erixon discussing capitalism in Debating Europe
- Doubts shouldn’t stop the EU-Mercosur Agreement
Oscar Guinea writes an op-ed for El País arguing in favour of the EU-Mercosur Agreement
- The best books on economic nationalism
Fredrik Erixon interviewed about the best books on economic nationalism
- Protectionism and openness during the pandemic
Johan Norberg talks about his new ECIPE paper in the podcast Ledarredaktionen (in Swedish)
- After Brexit and Covid, services will be just as vital as manufacturing
David Henig questions the emphasis on bringing back manufacturing in developed countries such as the UK, and proposes the UK makes more effort to value services
- In London Shops, Greek Cheese, Sicilian Citrus and British Headaches
David Henig comments in the New York Times on the effects of barriers to UK-EU trade.
- How Brexit and the pandemic changed UK trade in 4 charts
David Henig comments on UK trade after Brexit.
- Pharma industry calls for stronger IP protection in free trade agreements
Fredrik Erixon comments on his new paper on how stronger intellectual property protection in EU free trade agreements would benefit the EU economy.
- WTO ‘back in business’: US, China, Australia join $200b services deal
David Henig comments on the need for an e-commerce agreement at the WTO.
- Global Britain struggles to get US attention over steel fight
David Henig comments on UK-US trade relations in Politico.
- EU Deforestation Product Ban: a New Compliance Burden for Developing Countries
Emily Rees comments on the EU deforestation product ban.
- The EU believes time will sort the shortage crisis
Oscar Guinea comments on the supply chain shortages in Europe (in Spanish)
- The U.K.’s Gas Crisis is a Brexit Crisis, Too
David Henig comments in the New York Times on the UK’s supply chain crisis
- UK Trade Deals Should Prioritise Economic Growth Over Environmental Protections – Leaked Govt Document
David Henig comments on news that the UK government is prioritising trade deals over climate
- Brexit: This time the United Kingdom may go over the Top
David Henig comments on the UK’s strategy for renegotiation of the Northern Ireland Protocol
- Как законно се избягва плащането на данъци и близо или далеч е решението?
Matthias Bauer comments on OECD / G20 corporate tax reform and digital taxation
- What’s In a Name? EU Digital Levy Isn’t a Tax, Vestager Says
Matthias Bauer comments on the European Commission’s proposed digital levy regime for the EU
- Transatlantic tech talks team-up on China, but avoid confronting key issues
Fredrik Erixon takes stock of EU-US trade and technology talks
- Brexit reality bites? The new dawn of trade friction
Emily Rees comments on the effects of a skinny EU-UK trade deal on trade in food and agricultural products
- WTO chief warns EU, Japan, US not to ‘target’ China using trade reform
Fredrik Erixon comments EU trade policy in South China Morning Post
- New Occasional Paper: The Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights in EU Free Trade Agreements
- New Policy Brief: The Future of EU Leadership in the Car Industry: Still Global
- New Policy Brief: EU and Mercosur in the Twenty-First Century: Taking Stock of the Economic and Cultural Ties
- New Policy Brief: Europe’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – Time to Go Back to the Drawing Board
- New Policy Brief: From SMEs to Unicorns: What Role for Trade, Standards and New Tech?
- New Policy Brief: China’s Public Procurement Protectionism and Europe’s Response: The Case of Medical Technology
- New Policy Brief: Taxing Digital Services – Compensating for the Loss of Competitiveness
- New Policy Brief: Subsidising Balkanisation: What China’s 3G Subsidies Teach us about 5G Open RAN
- New Policy Brief: Regulating the Globalization of Data: Which Model Works Best?
- New Policy Brief: We Need to Talk Trade and Technology!
- New Policy Brief: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Taking Stock of Europe’s New Trade Policy Strategy
- New Policy Brief: Combating Unsafe Products: How to Improve Europe’s Safety Gate Alerts
- New Policy Brief: “Too Big to Care” or “Too Big to Share”: The Digital Services Act and the Consequences of Reforming Intermediary Liability Rules
- New Policy Brief: What is Wrong with the German Economy? The Case for Openness to Technology and Human Capital
- New Policy Brief: Digital Futures for Europe