The Next Generation of Economic Issues in Energy Policy in Europe

Antonio Estache, 4 March 2014

This CEPR Press book shares the results of a series of policy-oriented think pieces on energy policy. The chapters deal with various facets of the energy policy challenges Europe as a region and European countries are likely to face in the foreseeable future.

PADRE: Politically Acceptable Debt Restructuring in the Eurozone

Pierre Pâris, Charles Wyplosz, 28 January 2014

The Eurozone’s very high public debts entail either a long drawn out reduction process, likely to last decades, or a one-off debt restructuring. This Geneva Special Report presents a plan that would allow deep debt restructuring without cross-country transfers and that deals with moral hazard.

Reducing Transatlantic Barriers to Trade and Investment: An Economic Assessment

Joseph Francois, 12 March 2013

This in-depth study by CEPR, commissioned by the European Commission's Directorate General for Trade, assesses the potential effects of the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

Global Financial Integration, Twin Crises, and the Enduring Search for Financial Stability

Geoffrey R D Underhill, Jasper Blom, 17 January 2013

This report draws on output from the CEPR's PEGGED project to develop a policy-relevant analytical account of the current financial crisis in historical context.

Twenty Years On - The UK and the Future of the Single Market

The Editors, 18 October 2012

The Single European Market is now twenty years old and has evolved to become the most economically integrated trading bloc in the world. This eBook draws together available evidence from HM Government and independent experts about the impact of the Single Market to date.

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