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Bruegel 5h
“Some proposed to bend policy rules, in order to create a champion that can effectively compete with state-owned... entrants in the rail market.” READ MORE on how this could be damaging >>
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With now in charge will go through and what happens if it does?
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Thieß Petersen Jul 22
Richtig so! Schutz vor unfairer Preisen gilt auch für Importe aus fernen Galaxien, da könnte sonst ja jede(r) kommen ...
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Many in the new Parliament see the importance of trade but will all players stick to facts rather than create irrational fear about policy developments? explores what the new alignment means for policy
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GED_Project Jul 22
1st meeting tomorrow with the backdrop of a new parliament – What will that mean for ? discusses how the collapse of the center could impact
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Thieß Petersen Jul 22
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GED_Project Jul 22
1st meeting tomorrow with the backdrop of a new parliament – What will that mean for ? discusses how the collapse of the center could impact
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INTA Committee Press Jul 22
Tomorrow : at the first regular meeting of new trade MEPs, recent EU trade issues to be discussed with Commissioner . Expect MEP-questions on Mercosur. Agenda:
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Heather Brason Jul 21
“...digital technologies that are altering the design and delivery of trade policy” from Very cool
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GED_Project Jul 22
What is left to be gained? opines Industrialized countries may have already realized all possible advantages for their people as owners of factors of production.
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Soumaya Keynes Jul 19
Wrote a thing about how the stories in monetary policy are changing...
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Brookings Global Jul 21
Trade policy has recently been rediscovered as a foreign policy instrument. But is it without risk?
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Dani Rodrik Jul 19
Good essay by . But let’s be clear: these are all examples of universal statements that economic theory either rejects (globalization is win-win) or clarifies they are true only under auxiliary assumptions. Remember: it’s a model, not the model.
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Nicolas Köhler Jul 18
How effective are FTAs as a trade policy tool? In order to evaluate FTAs, we need better data on preferential trade, argue and I in a new policy brief.
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EURACTIV Jul 18
No Deal Brexit would shrink the UK economy by 2% in 2020 and increase the budget deficit by £30 billion/year, according to the fiscal stress test set out by the Office for Budget Responsibility today.
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GTIPA Jul 17
Unclear on U.S. Trade Policy? President's Proposed Budget Has Clues
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Thieß Petersen Jul 18
What could mean for the economy
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Cora Jungbluth Jul 17
apparently are also . Disinvestment in the mainly due to
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GED_Project Jul 17
From Off Shoring to Reshoring – the race to the bottom for intensive jobs replace workers with , but developed countries benefit from driving for highly skilled workers.
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Inclusive Productivity Jul 17
Gibt es in Deutschland eine Produktivitätsschere zwischen Frontier- und Laggard-Unternehmen? Dieser Frage sind wir in unserer letzten Studie mit dem nachgegangen. Ein Artikel dazu ist jetzt auch beim erschienen:
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