Explore the latest strategic trends, research and analysis
The EU has acted fast to help its citizens and firms deal with the impact of coronavirus.
Hopes rise that the lockdown is working after the number of new cases and deaths from COVID-19 fell.
A round-up of the latest coronavirus developments across the continent – and what's helping people get through pandemic.
President Donald Trump has announced major travel restrictions, banning travel to the U.S. from Europe, in a bid to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
As cases of coronavirus emerge in four more countries for the first time, all eyes are on the stock market amid fears that the deadly virus could bring about a global recession.
Businesses that understand the value of collaboration and respect data sovereignty and ownership will be the winners.
Berlin is imposing a rent freeze on almost 1.5 million homes to stop ordinary citizens being driven out by rising costs. But will it help?
Between 1967 and 2017, the fertility rate for women in the European Union fell, from 2.6 babies to 1.6.
Monetary policy can stabilize the economy, averting a systemic crisis. These measures helped shore up stability, with the positive effects outweighing the negative effects.
What is the future of bankruptcy rules in the EU?
The European Commissions has announced plans for a single European market for data.
Members of the European Parliament voted 582-40 in favour for a resolution urging the European Commission to enforce a universal mobile phone charger, in an effort to reduce waste and les...
Two EU presidents attended Davos to talk about the future of Europe and the world. But what do they and their institutions do?
The findings suggest a significant positive role for institutional integration in supporting long-run growth, alongside competitiveness and monetary policy.
As Britain formally enters the transition period, here's a look at what the next stage of negotiations will entail.