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European Union Financial Regulation, Banking Union, Capital Markets Union and the UK
Author: Lucia Quaglia
Date:25 January 2017
A paper examining the dynamics of EU financial regulation, Banking Union and Capital Markets Union reform focusing on the preferences and influence of the UK in the policy process
EU economic governance after Brexit
Author: Lucia Quaglia & Waltraud Schelkle
Date:29 November 2016
A policy brief focusing on on how fragmented political and economic interests have been shaping EU economic policymaking
Can the EU spend more green?
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:23 September 2016
How can the EU budget be reformed to improve Europe’s environmental record?
Aiming High
Author: Florian Ranft
Date:24 May 2016
Fresh analysis and new reforming ideas for progressives worldwide
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Britain's special status in Europe
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:03 March 2016
A Policy Network paper examining how the UK's renegotiated settlement will affect the future of the EU
The Risk of Brexit
Author: Roger Liddle
Date:15 January 2015
This book charts how recent political developments have changed the debate surrounding Britain’s membership of the European Union and poses a series of questions about how this debate will unfold over the course of the coming months and years.
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In search of public approval
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:18 December 2014
This paper considers the seriousness of European economic and monetary union 'legitimacy problem'
The Popular Centre
Author: Hopi Sen
Date:21 November 2014
In this paper, Hopi Sen warns against trying to ‘out-populist the populists’ – making promises to end austerity or reduce immigration to a trickle. This raises unrealistic expectations and feeds the very distrust of politicians and government in which populism thrives. Sen calls instead for a new popular centre – 'focused, concrete, limited social policy changes' and allocating 'blame for the failure of politics where it belongs: with politics and the state itself.
 Why Institutions Matter in the Eurozone
Author: Renaud Thillaye, Ludek Kouba & Andreas Sachs
Date:17 July 2014
This paper assesses the desirability and feasibility of two possible governance innovations among those currently under discussion in the Eurozone: a mechanism of wage coordination, and contractual arrangements (or ‘reform contracts’) between the EU and member states.  Beyond economic and political arguments, the paper invites commentators and policymakers to shift their focus of attention from conception to implementation.
Mending the Fractured Economy
Author: Adonis Growth Review
Date:01 July 2014
The final report of the Adonis Review, Mending the Fractured Economy: Starter State, Better Jobs, sets out reforms to boost innovation, tackle skills shortages and address youth unemployment, support growth companies, and empower city and county regions.

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