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The European Union’s growing innovation divide – Bruegel Policy Contribution

This Bruegel Policy Contribution examines the EU’s struggle to improve its capacity for innovation, in particular the differences between EU member states in terms of their capacity to innovate. There is a significant divide between the European Union countries with the greatest capacity to innovate, and those with the least capacity to innovate. The difficult …
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Measuring competitiveness in Europe

Bruegel has just published the report “Measuring competitiveness in Europe: resource allocation, granularity and trade.” The study provides a differentiated understanding of growth, productivity and competitiveness and the important role public policy needs to play. According to the report, one of the most important lessons learned during the 2008-09 financial crisis was that the informational …
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Matching research and innovation policies in EU countries – Bruegel Working Paper

The European Union has prioritised the pursuit of innovation based growth and targeting of resources to promote research and development, but performance on innovation remains weak. With the lack of results comes fatigue, waning interest and mounting criticism about policy. Should the EU abandon its ambition to become the most innovative region in the world? …
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Eye on Greece

Syriza’s left-wing opposition party victory has raised fears about Greece’s future in the euro. But what are the odds of Greece leaving, and the consequences if they do? Bruegel, the Brussels-based think tank, under the title “Eye on Greece” offers the latest contributions Bruegel has produced to foster debate and provide policy recommendations on Greece. …
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Supervisory Transparency in the European Banking Union

Bruegel Think Tank has just published the report “Supervisory Transparency in the European Banking Unión”. The study highlights: -Bank supervisors should provide publicly accessible, timely and consistent data on the banks under their jurisdiction. Such transparency increases democratic accountability and leads to greater market efficiency. -There is greater supervisory transparency in the United States compared …
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