Robert Schütze explains his recent research on the possibility to “re-constitute” EU internal market, analysing its historical evolution, in order to understand if we are moving towards a Common Law of International Trade.
An interview with Giuseppe Melis about the blacklist of non-cooperative third country jurisdictions adopted by the European Union in 2016.
The political path forward for Giuseppe Conte is getting narrower. If the States General for the economy have helped the government get through the summer, many political and economic problems will arise for Conte in the autumn, when it will be necessary to decide on the 2021 budget. A SoG monthly report.
“The EU perspective of a new, deeper and broader, idea of reciprocity opens the door to new understandings of trade’s cultural impact, on the one hand, and, on the other, on multiple and various forms of cooperation reviving multilateralism by new ways”. An Analysis by Mario Telò about the Europe trade policy and multilateralism
The prospect of a new Cold War between China and the United States during the Trump administration create an awkward dilemma for the EU between its commitment to the transatlantic alliance and its partnership and economic interdependence with China.
Draghi’s quantitative easing has been a determining factor in breaking the ‘doom loop’ between weak banks and weak Countries. Now, after the extraordinary monetary policies, there is a development cycle stronger than before, as in the case of exports and capital flows
Fabrizio Barca, economist and former minister, in a conversation with LUISS Open on the new economic, social and recognition faults criss-crossing our continent. Said inequalities also have a territorial aspect. He goes on to describe a European policy (a bit of an ill-treated one) that would be very effective in treating the wounds of the Old Continent