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December 2017

Guttenberg, Lucas (2017) LOOKING FOR THE SILVER BULLET A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO THE DEBATE ON ESM REFORM. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 211, 4 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

March 2018

Guttenberg, Lucas (2018) NO ESCAPE FROM POLITICS FOUR TESTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL FISCAL INSTRUMENT IN THE EURO AREA. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper No. 220 26 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

June 2018

Dittrich, Paul-Jasper (2018) ONLINE PLATFORMS AND HOW TO REGULATE THEM: AN EU OVERVIEW. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper No. 227 14 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

October 2018

Best, Kris (2018) Shared scepticism, different motives: Franco-German perceptions of a common European safe asset. Bertelsmann Stiftung 26 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

November 2018

Maricut-Akbik, Adina (2018) Holding the Supervisor to Account: The European Parliament and the European Central Bank in Banking Supervision. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 19 November 2018. [Policy Paper]

February 2019

Funk, Ole and Giuttenberg, Lucas and Hemker, Johannes and Tordoir, Sander (2019) Finding common ground A pragmatic budgetary instrument for the euro area Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 8 February 2019. [Policy Paper]

March 2019

Schneemelcher, Pola and Dittrich, Paul-Jasper (2019) Users, Data, Networks A Proposal for Taxing the Digital Economy in the European Single Market. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 12 March 2019. [Policy Paper]

May 2019

Mion, Giordano and Ponattu, Dominic (2019) Estimating economic benefits of the Single Market for European countries and regions. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper, May 2019 Separate pdf Technical Appendix for Policy Paper Estimating economic benefits of the Single Market for European countries and regions. [Policy Paper]

Schneemelcher, Pola and Haas, Jörg (2019) Rules enforcement in the EU: “Conditionality” to the rescue? Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 28.05.2019. [Policy Paper]

September 2019

Huber, Kilian and Ponattu, Dominic (2019) Banking Crises, Firms and their International Affiliates in the EU. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper September 2019. [Policy Paper]

December 2019

Dittrich, Paul-Jasper (2019) Tackling the spread of disinformation Why a co-regulatory approach is the right way forward for the EU. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 12 December 2019. [Policy Paper]

Redeker, Nils (2019) Unlocking Europe’s Piggy Bank Corporate Saving, Labor Power and Policies for Investment. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 13 December 2019. [Policy Paper]

February 2020

Petrov, Sima Kammourieh (2020) Ring-fencing in the Eurozone and the road to the Banking Union. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper 18 February 2020. [Policy Paper]

April 2020

Grund, Sebastian and Guttenberg, Lucas and Odendahl, Christian (2020) Sharing the fiscal burden of the crisis: A Pandemic Solidarity Instrument for the EU. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper April 2020. [Policy Paper]

Hainbach, Natascha and Redeker, Nils (2020) Flattening the Recession Curve Comparing Initial Fiscal Responses to the Corona Crisis Across the EU1. BertelsmannStiuftung Policy paper 9 April 2020. [Policy Paper]

Hainbach , Natascha and Redeker, Nils (2020) Flattening the Recession Curve: Comparing Initial Fiscal Responses to the Corona Crisis Across the EU. Bertelsmann Stiftung Policy Paper April 2020. [Policy Paper]

Neufeind, Max and Priesmeier, Christoph (2020) A New Productivity Strategy for Europe. Bertelsmann Stiftung Inclusive Growth for Europe Policy Paper April 2020. [Policy Paper]

July 2020

Kuespert, Theresa and Redeker, Nils (2020) Taking a closer look: How to improve the design of the Solvency Support Instrument. Bertelsmann Policy Paper IPolicy PaperThe Solvency Support Instrument (SSI) is central to the European Commis-sion’s proposal to mitigate economic damage of the pandemic. It would use part of the money raised under the Recovery Instrument to provide equity support to struggling firms. It could become a powerful tool for the recovery. However, in its current form, the instrument risks provid-ing free lunch bailouts for owners and private investors without ensuring that public support secures jobs, avoids market concentration, and puts firms on a growth path more conducive with the EU’s broader industrial policy goals. To remedy these shortcomings, the instrument needs clear political criteria for equity support and better political control. Bertelsmann Policy Paper, 14 July 2020. [Policy Paper]

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