Europe needs a unified approach to the digital economy and the policies surrounding it. Here are three steps for policymakers to take.
Global financial conditions have improved across the world, although rising debt levels pose a future threat.
Compared to their US and Asian peers, European start-ups are standing out for their socially progressive ambitions.
A report by the European Investment Bank looked at how views on climate change differ for those living in Europe, the United States and China.
A new era of partnerships between young and old will make Europe the best place to live and work.
Splintering and more volatile political systems – so-called ‘Dutchification’ – need not be a ticket to political and policy paralysis, writes Pepijn Bergsen of Chatham House
The EU has launched a Green Deal policy to tackle climate change. The deal commits the EU to achieve climate neutrality, emitting no more greenhouse gases beyond what can be absorbed, by ...
The new EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, has an eye-catching declaration of intent. But Vassilis Ntousas of Chatham House asks what this means in practice
The interactions of demographic and technological changes, highlighted by transmission mechanisms, have new implications for growth and inequalities that must be tackled by policymakers a...
At a time of increasing uncertainty, growing international threats, and fundamental challenges to multilateralism, we need solid institutions more than ever.
Wage growth in the euro area over 2013 to 2017 was subdued despite notable improvements in the labour market.
Over the past ten years there has been a substantial rise in income per capita differences between Germany and France. Here's what could be done to encourage convergence.
Data from across European regions shows the impact of government quality on regional growth.
Europeans are 2% happier now than they were in 2013, according to a survey of 25 EU countries last year.
In order to maintain their independence in WWII, neutrals had to make up for their relative military weakness by offering economic concessions to the belligerents.