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La Banca centrale europea

This external publication delves into the new responsibility given to the European Central Bank: supervision on banks in the euro-area. It tells its history and illustrates its functions, structure and responsibilities and the exceptional answers to respond to the "perfect storm" of the crisis. By: Francesco Papadia Date: July 31, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance The European Central Bank is an independent and supranational institution with the primary task of...

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Modernising European Competition Policy: A Brief Review of Member States’ Proposals

French, German and Polish governments have jointly proposed options for modernising EU competition policy. The debate to recalibrate European competition rules was already well underway. So, it is not surprising that proposals are consistent with other statements made by France and Germany. Yet, proposals do not address current issues weighing on the international competition community, such as conglomerate effects theory or algorithmic collusion. The French, German and Polish...

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Opening speech by Bruno Le Maire

Bruno Le Maire, minister of the economy and finance, delivered the opening speech at Bruegel's event “The Eurozone agreement – a mini revolution?”, 8 July 2019. By: Bruno Le Maire Date: July 9, 2019 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Good morning, Thank you for your invitation. I like the title you chose for this conference but you should remove the question mark. Is the Eurozone budget a mini-revolution? Yes. And...

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The Meseberg declaration and euro-zone reform

The recent Franco-German Meseberg declaration will set the scene for next week’s summit. We review opinions on this important agreement. By: Silvia Merler Date: June 25, 2018 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Martin Sandbu thinks the Meseberg declaration is a small step for the euro economy, a bigger leap for its politics, and has exceeded expectations. The momentum – moderate, but momentum nonetheless – is back....

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