Daniel Gros is Director of the Brussels-based Center for European Policy Studies. He has worked for the International Monetary Fund, and served as an economic adviser to the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the French prime minister and finance minister. He is the editor of Economie Internationale and International Finance.
Daniel Gros explores the UK's ability to negotiate a trade deal with the EU and the US - especially in the wake of President Trump's election.
Daniel Gros explores the future of the European Union and the impact that populism will have.
La UE recientemente se ha convertido en el blanco principal de los populistas.
Daniel Gros argues that President-elect Trump's policies could have a positive impact on the Eurozone.
Para evitar una ruptura de la eurozona, Italia (en realidad, toda la unión monetaria) necesita con urgencia un empujón económico. Y tal vez se lo dé nadie menos que el presidente electo d...
Daniel Gros explora el posible impacto de Brexit en la economía del Reino Unido.
Daniel Gros explores the possible impact of Brexit on the UK economy.
Brussels is rapidly discovering that the absence of the UK makes surprisingly little difference to the big issues and the daily routine of managing the Union.
Daniel Gros looks at the rise of populism, and argues that globalization is not to blame.
Los bancos centrales de todo el mundo desarrollado están agobiados por el miedo a la deflación. No deberían estarlo: este miedo es infundado y obsesionarse con el mismo es perjudicial. Ja...
Daniel Gros looks at central banks, deflation and economic policy.
Despite the belief that Germany lost out in the Eurozone rescue mechanisms, the authors argue this wasn't the case.
As commodity prices remain low, Daniel Gros asks could we see a slowdown in global trade?
In a fast-changing global economy, Europeans have no time to waste to improve the functioning of their economies.
Daniel Gros explains why expansionary monetary policy has had a limited impact in certain countries.