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(in cooperation with Wolfgang Eichert, Karl Thies)„Fixing the roof while the sun is shining”IW-Kurzbericht 81/2018
(in cooperation with Wolfgang Eichert)German elections and what to expect for the European agendaIW-Kurzbericht 68/2017
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EU Member States used the economic upturn of recent years to implement reforms to a different extent. The Eurozone countries focused on demand-sided measures, whereas the Visegrád countries mostly chose supply-sided reforms. Within both of these groups a great deal of heterogeneity can be observed regarding the implementation of structural reforms aimed at increasing their long-term growth potential.
How does sustainability feature in international trade agreements? What regulatory frameworks are in place today? And how do countries and companies comply? Those where some questions addressed in a workshop jointly organized by the German Economic Institute (IW) and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s Regional Project Energy Security and Climate Change (RECAP) and Multinational Development Policy Dialogue (MNED) in Brussels on 1st February.
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