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2015

McGinnity, Frances and Darmody, Merike and Murray, Aisling (2015) Academic Achievement among Immigrant Children in Irish Primary Schools. ESRI WP512. September 2015. [Working Paper]

Andreangeli, Arianna (2015) Access to (almost) all areas: the implications of greater trade cooperation between the US and the EU for health care services in the Union Member States—the case of the NHS in England and Wales and Scotland. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Carrera, Sergio and Fuster, Gloria González and Guild, Elspeth and Mitsilegas , Valsamis (2015) Access to Electronic Data by Third-Country Law Enforcement Authorities, Challenges to EU Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights. Center for European Policy Studies, 2015. [Policy Paper]

Curtis, John and Stanley, Brian (2015) Analysing Residential Energy Demand: An Error Correction Demand System Approach for Ireland. ESRI WP505. July 2015. [Working Paper]

Addison-Smyth, Diarmaid and McQuinn, Kieran (2015) Assessing the Sustainable Nature of Housing-Related Taxation Receipts: The Case of Ireland. ESRI WP503. May 2015. [Working Paper]

Hyland, Marie (2015) Assessing the Sustainable Nature of Housing-Related Taxation Receipts: The Case of Ireland. ESRI WP504. May 2015. [Working Paper]

Barta, Zsófia and Schelke, Waltraud (2015) At Cross‐Purposes: Commercial Versus Technocratic Governance of Sovereign Debt in the EU. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Winn, Neil (2015) Beyond Strategic Culture? Grand Strategy, the European Union and Security Cooperation. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Curtis, John and Lynch, Muireann A. and Zubiate, Laura (2015) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions from Electricity: The Influence of The North Atlantic Oscillation. ESRI WP510. August 2015. [Working Paper]

FALLESEN, Ida-Maria Weirsøe (2015) The Challenges of the EU Banking Union - will it succeed in dealing with the next financial crisis? Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings 36/2015. [Policy Paper]

Wunsch, Natasha (2015) Coming full circle: Differential empowerment in the EU accession process. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Di Cosmo, Valeria and Lynch, Muireann A. (2015) Competition and the Single Electricity Market: Which Lessons for Ireland?. ESRI WP497. March 2015. [Working Paper]

Beyers, Jan and Dür, Andreas and Wonka, Arndt (2015) Conceptualizing and Measuring the Political Salience of EU Legislative Processes. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Baroncelli, Stefania and Rosini, Monica and Farneti, Roberto (2015) Constitutional principles and ethno-regional parties. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Van Den Brink, Martijn (2015) EU Citizenship, Federalism and the Three Different Faces of Reverse Discrimination. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

no, author (2015) EU normative power and the Iranian nuclear program. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Steingass, Sebastian (2015) The EU’s Role in Development Cooperation: Promoting Aid Harmonisation in Times of Crisis. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Bug, Mathias (2015) Empirical Bases for Decision Making in Home Affairs – is there anything more than national differences in the EU!? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Panayotopoulos, Thomas (2015) The Energy Union – a solution for the European energy security? ZEI Discussion Paper C230 2014. [Discussion Paper]

Johansson, Karl Magnus (2015) Europarties ‒ A Research Note. ZEI Discussion Paper C231, 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Belot, Céline and Van Ingelgom, Virginie (2015) “Europe is our future”: Measuring support for European integration as a tridimensional temporal process. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Wessels, Wolfgang (2015) The European Council as a crisis driven ‘gouvernement économique’. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Birchfield, Vicki L. and Harris, Geoffrey (2015) European Parliamentary Elections: Global Lessons from a Regional Political Crisis. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Pardo, Sharon and Gordon, Neve (2015) The European Union and Israel’s Occupation: Using Technical Customs Rules as Instruments of Foreign Policy. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Joseph, Joseph S. (2015) The European Union as a New Context and Challenge for the Triangle of Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Behr, Hatmut and Stivachtis, Yannis A. (2015) European Union: An Empire in New Clothes? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Wulf-Mathies, Monika (2015) Europäische Integration aus historischer Erfahrung, Ein Zeitzeugengespräch mit Michael Gehler = European integration from a historical experience, A Discussion with Michael Gehler. ZEI Discussion Paper C227, 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Wessels, Wolfgang (2015) The Evolution of the European Council. Periods of Generations of Leaders. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Harmut, Aden (2015) The Evolving Role of Courts for the European Multi-level Security Setting. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Schafer, David (2015) Explaining the Creation of the EU Banking Union: The stability culture, the vicious circle, and the limits of power and interests. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Damay, Ludivine and Mercenier, Heidi (2015) Fixing the EU Democratic Deficit: An Instrumental View of Citizenship? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Suzuki, Hitoshi (2015) From Backdoor-Opening To Concluding “Real” Free Trade Agreements? : Japan’s Free Trade Policy Towards The US, The EU And Latin American Countries. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Steurs, Lies and Van Belle, Sara (2015) The Global Health policies of the EU and its Member States: a common vision? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Savage, M. and Callan, T. and Nolan, B. and Colgan, B. (2015) The Great Recession, Austerity and Inequality: Evidence from Ireland. ESRI WP499. April 2015. [Working Paper]

Bastiaens, Ida and Postnikov, Evgeny (2015) Greening Up: The Effects of Environmental Standards in EU and US Trade Agreements. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Farrell, Niall and Devine, Mel T. (2015) How Do External Costs Affect Pay-As-Bid Renewable Energy Connection Auctions?. ESRI WP517. November 2015. [Working Paper]

Curtis, John and Lynch, Muireann A. and Zubiate, Laura (2015) The Impact of the North Atlantic Oscillation on Electricity Markets: A Case Study on Ireland. ESRI WP509. July 2015. [Working Paper]

Babarinde, Olufemi (2015) Implications of the Proposed EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership for EU-Sub-Sahara Africa Relations. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Callan, T. and Colgan, B. and Walsh, J.R. (2015) Income-Related Subsidies for Universal Health Insurance Premia: Exploring Alternatives Using the SWITCH Model. ESRI WP516. November 2015. [Working Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from Greek sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from Turkish sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Informationen zur Europäischen Union aus deutschen Quellen. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Türk Kaynaklardan Avrupa Birliği Hakkında Bilgiler. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Πληροφορίες για την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση από ελληνικές πηγές. UNSPECIFIED.

Hu, Kun (2015) Innovations of the European Central Bank in the Context of Financial and Monetary Integration: A Chinese Assessment. ZEI Discussion Paper C229, 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Tonra, Ben (2015) Irish Diplomacy in Time of Crisis and the Evolution of a ‘European’ diplomatic service. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Ban, Carolyn (2015) Lasting Effects of the Kinnock Reforms? The Case of Staff Appraisals. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Toral, Pablo (2015) Latin America-European Union Trade and Investment Relations after the Financial Crisis. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Bressanelli, Edoardo and Chelotti, Nicola (2015) Legislating in the shadow of the European Council: Empowering or silencing the European Parliament? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Amiya-Nakada, Ryosuke. (2015) Lightening of Citizenship and its Implication for Social Policy: 'Social Security Lite' in the Making? [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Kelemen, R. David and Pavone, Tommaso (2015) Mapping European Law. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Barta, Zsófia (2015) Mañana: The societal origins of delayed fiscal adjustment. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Devine, Mel T. and Lynch, Muireann A. (2015) A Menu Approach to Revealing Generator Reliability Using a Stochastic Bilevel Mathematical Program. ESRI WP518. November 2015. [Working Paper]

Kühnhardt, Ludger (2015) Neighbors and other realities: The Atlantic civilization and its enemies. ZEI Discussion Paper C228, 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Kraft, Hannelore (2015) North Rhine-Westphalia and the European Union. ZEI Discussion Paper C232, 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Di Cosmo, Valeria and O'Hara, Denis and Devitt, Niamh (2015) Nudging Electricity Consumption Using TOU Pricing and Feedback: Evidence from Irish Households. ESRI WP508. July 2015. [Working Paper]

Brack, Nathalie (2015) “Opposing Europe inside the European Parliament: Which strategies for Eurosceptic MEPs?”. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Buonanno, Laurie and Dudek, Carolyn Marie (2015) Opposition to the TTIP in the EU and the US: Implications for the EU’s “democratic deficit”. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

McGinnity, Frances and Gijsberts, Merove (2015) Perceived Group Discrimination among Polish Migrants to Western Europe: Comparing Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and Ireland. ESRI WP502. May 2015. [Working Paper]

Finn, Mairead and Darmody, Mike (2015) Predicting International Higher Education Students’ Satisfaction with their Study in Ireland. ESRI WP520. November 2015. [Working Paper]

Ben Cheikh, Nidhaleddine and Rault, Christophe (2015) Recent estimates of exchange rate pass-through to import prices in the euro area. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Duyulmus, Cem Utku and van den Berg, Axel (2015) Single Parent Families and Poverty in Continental Welfare States: Examining Dutch Policy Responses to New Social Risks. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Marzinotto, Benedicta (2015) Social Models under Economic and Monetary Union. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Clarke, Stephen (2015) Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. EU trends in statistics on police-recorded crime and the criminal justice system, 2008 - 2013. 2015.3. [EU Commission - Working Document]

Lunn, Peter D. and Somerville, Jason J. (2015) Surplus Identification with Non-Linear Returns. ESRI WP522. December 2015. [Working Paper]

Young, Alisdair R. (2015) TTIP as 21st Century Trade Politics. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Borzel, Tanja A. (2015) Theorizing Regionalism: Cooperation, Integration, and Governance. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 20, January 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 21, February 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 22, March 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 25, June 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 26, July 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review No, 24, May 2015. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Special Issue 23, April 2015. [EU Other]

Tacea, Angela (2015) Towards more security? Defending the national interests: the involvement of the national parliaments in the reform of the Schengen Agreements. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Neuhold, Christine (2015) Trans-­national bureaucratic networks in the EU. The role of parliamentary officials in inter-­‐parliamentary coordination and control. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Eliasson, Leif Johan (2015) The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Interest groups and public opinion. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Curtis, John and Stanley, Brian (2015) Water Quality and Recreational Angling Demand in Ireland. ESRI WP521. December 2015. [Working Paper]

Farrell, Niall (2015) What Factors Drive Inequalities in Carbon Tax Incidence? Decomposing Socioeconomic Inequalities in Carbon Tax Incidence in Ireland. ESRI WP519. November 2015. [Working Paper]

Haukkala, Hiski (2015) What Went Wrong and What Right for the EU in Ukraine? [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Dimitrova, Antoaneta (2015) What can the EU do to promote rule of law in members and neighbours? Lessons from Bulgaria and Romania. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Werner, Benjamin (2015) Why is the Court of Justice of the European Union accepted? Three mechanisms of opposition abatement. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Wonka, Arndt and De Bruycker, Iskander and De Bievre, Dirk and Braun, Caelesta and Beyers, Jan (2015) The scope and patterns of mobilization and conflict in EU interest group politics. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

January 2015

Cittadino, Federica (2015) The Ascent of EU Environmental Policy: A Case for Unintended Consequences. EDAP 01/2015. [Working Paper]

Hyndle-Hussein, Joanna (2015) The Baltic states on the conflict in Ukraine. OSW Commentary [no doc #] 2015-01-23. [Policy Paper]

Kobza, Piotr (2015) Civilian Power Europe in the Arctic: How Far Can the European Union Go North? College of Europe EU Diplomacy Paper 01/2015. [Policy Paper]

de Groot, Gerard-René and Vink, Maarten Peter (2015) A Comparative Analysis of Regulations on Involuntary Loss of Nationality in the European Union. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, 75/December 2014. [Policy Paper]

Provera, Mark (2015) The Criminalisation of Irregular Migration in the European Union. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 80/2015. [Policy Paper]

Dolidze, Tatia (2015) EU Sanctions Policy towards Russia: The Sanctioner-Sanctionee’s Game of Thrones. CEPS Working Document No. 402/January 2015. [Working Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. (2015) The EU and its Neighbours: Predictions for 2015. CEPS Commentary, 5 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jarosiewicz, Aleksandra and Fischer, Ewa (2015) The Eurasian Economic Union – more political, less economic. OSW Commentary Number 157/20.01.2015. [Policy Paper]

Łazowski, Adam and Wessel, Ramses A. (2015) The European Court of Justice blocks the EU’s accession to the ECHR. CEPS Commentary, 8 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hedberg, Annika (2015) Europe’s energy security – is the Energy Union the answer? EPC Commentary. [Policy Paper]

Stuchlik, Andrej (2015) Flashlight Europe No° 1 – January 2015. Tsipras Will Have to Put His Cards on the Table. [Policy Paper]

Chatzistavrou, Filippa and Michalaki, Sofia (2015) Greece in limbo: Post-election 2015 scenarios. EPIN Commentary No. 22/ 21 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Grexit 2015: A primer. CEPS Commentary, 22 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pascouau, Yves (2015) Historical choices after the massacres in Paris. EPC Commentary, 14 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Deutschland. February 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Germania. January 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Germany. March 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Hungary. January 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Youngs, Richard (2015) Keeping EU-Asia Re-engagement on track. EU Centre Singapore Policy Brief No. 8, January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Brack, Nathalie and Costa, Olivier and Dri, Clarissa (2015) Le Parlement européen à la recherche de l’efficacité législative: Une analyse des évolutions de son organisation = The European Parliament seeking legislative efficiency: An analysis of the changes in its organization. Bruges Political Research Paper No. 39, January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2015) Moldova in 2015: A decisive year for its future. CEPS Commentary, 8 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bigo, Didier and Carrera, Sergio and Hernanz, Nicholas and Scherrer, Amandine (2015) National Security and Secret Evidence in Legislation and before the Courts: Exploring the Challenges. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 78/January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Costello, Cathryn and Garlick, Madeline and Moreno-Lax, Violeta and Mouzourakis, Minos (2015) New Approaches, Alternative Avenues and Means of Access to Asylum Procedures for Persons Seeking International Protection. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 77/ January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The Price of Oil and Soviet/Russian Aggressiveness. CEPS Commentary, 16 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dimitrovova, Bohdana and Novakova, Zuzana (2015) Re-thinking the EU's development paradigm: views from Morocco and Tunisia. EPC Policy Brief, 12 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Gros, Daniel. and Maselli, Ilaria (2015) Reinsurance of National Unemployment Benefit Schemes. CEPS Working Document No. 401, 6 January 2015. [Working Paper]

Jarzyńska, Katarzyna (2015) Russian nationalists on the Kremlin’s policy in Ukraine. OSW Commentary No. 156|24.12.2014. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2015) Time for the ECB to bite the bullet. CEPS Commentary, 19 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Redissi, Hamadi and Ben Amar, Nihel (2015) Tunisia. Supervising Tunisian Elections by civil society: How to improve it? Arab Citizenship Review No. 7. January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Ghimis, Andreia (2015) Unconfirmed but still feared: the tidal wave of Bulgarians and Romanians one year later. EPC Commentary, 15 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and den Hertog, Leonhard (2015) Whose Mare? Rule of law challenges in the field of European border surveillance in the Mediterranean. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 79/January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The end of an overlooked European currency war. CEPS Commentary, 21 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2015) A weak link? Germany in the Euro-Atlantic security system. OSW Point of View Number 47, January 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

February 2015

Krimminger , Michael and Nieto, María J. (2015) Closing financial institutions on both sides of the Atlantic: Are there differences in approach? CEPS Commentary, 25 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

De Groen, Willem Pieter (2015) Corporate Taxation in Europe: Let's get it together! CEPS Commentary, 16 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Giovannini, Alessandro (2015) The Cost of Servicing Greece’s Debt: A Sisyphean task? CEPS Commentary, 4 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Andersen, Thomas Barnebeck and Barslund, Mikkel (2015) Danish currency wobbles: A positive unintended side effect of the ECB’s QE? CEPS Commentary, 6 February, 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bigo, Didier and Brouwer, Evelien. and Sergio Carrera, Sergio Carrera and Guild, Elspeth and Guittet, Emmanuel-Pierre. and Jeandesboz, Julien. and Ragazzi, Francesco and Scherrer, Amandine (2015) The EU Counter-Terrorism Policy Responses to the Attacks in Paris: Towards an EU Security and Liberty Agenda. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 81/February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gour, Julia (2015) EU Policies on Mixed Migration Flows in the Mediterranean Sea. EU Centre Singapore Background Brief No. 13, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pascouau, Yves (2015) EU labour migration policy by other means? The potential impact of EU economic governance reforms on labour migration policymaking. EPC Policy Brief, 13 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Wolff, Guntram B. and Sapir, André (2015) Euro-area governance: what to reform and how to do it. Bruegel Policy Brief 2015/01 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cazenave, Emilie (2015) Eurodéputé: «Seconde chance» ou «Tremplin» – Comparaisons des trajectoires politiques de candidats PSE et PPE aux élections européennes de 2014 en France et en Suède. = MEP: "Second Chance" or "Jump" - comparisons of PSE candidates and political trajectories EPP in European elections 2014 in France and Sweden. Bruges Political Research Paper No. 40, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel (2015) Extending Working Lives: The Case of Denmark. CEPS Working Document No. 404, 17 February 2015. [Working Paper]

Hanelt, Christian-P. (2015) Flashlight Europe N°2–February 2015. “Europe must now get involved in a very big way”. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) Geen leger, is onbetaalbaar = No Belgian armed forces is unaffordable. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 61, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kwiatkowska-Drozdz, Anna and Frymark, Kamil (2015) Germany in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict: a political or a humanitarian mission? OSW Commentary No. 163, 2015-02-18. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The Greek Austerity Myth. CEPS Commentary, 10 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) A Greek way out? CEPS Commentary, 5 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Alemania. June 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Cymru. February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Estonia. April 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Ireland. April 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Italia. August 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Italy. June 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Liechtenstein. February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Portugal. February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Portugal. February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: The role of national parliaments in the European Union. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Великобритания. February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Emerson, Michael (2015) Is there reason to hope for Minsk II? CEPS Commentary, 16 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dabrowski, Marek (2015) It’s not just Russia: Currency crisis in the Commonwealth of independent states. Bruegel Policy Contribution 2015/01, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Berkofsky, Axel (2015) Japan Again under Abe – Fresh Start or More of the (not so Great) Same? Bertelsmann Asia Policy Brief 2015/01, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Montesano , Francesco Saverio (2015) Mogherini’s first 100 days: Not the quiet diplomat. CEPS Commentary, 12 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Faleg, Giovanni (2015) More Union in European Defence. CEPS Task Force Report, 26 February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Keersmaeker, Goedele De (2015) Multipolar myths and unipolar fantasies. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 60, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kaczmarski, Marcin (2015) The New Silk Road: a versatile instrument in China’s policy. OSW Commentary No. 161, February 10 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kononczuk, Wojciech (2015) Oligarchs after the Maidan: the old system in a 'new' Ukraine. OSW Commentary No. 162, 2015-02-16. [Policy Paper]

Portugal, Pedro (2015) The Portuguese Economic Crisis: Policies and Outcomes. Bertelsmann Policy Brief, 19.02.2015. [Policy Paper]

Rodkiewicz, Witold and Rogoza, Jadwiga (2015) Potemkin conservatism. An ideological tool of the Kremlin. OSW Point of View 48, February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Woolcock, Steve and Grier, Jean Heilman (2015) Public Procurement in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations. Paper No. 2 in the CEPS-CTR project "TTIP in the Balance" and CEPS Special Report No. 100/February 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Ansgar Belke, Ansgar Belke and Joscha Beckmann, Joscha Beckmann and Christian Dreger, Christian Dreger (2015) The Relevance of International Spillovers and Asymmetric Effects in the Taylor Rule. CEPS Working Document No. 403, February 2015. [Working Paper]

Author, No (2015) Revue GRASPE/GRASPE Review. Réflexions sur l'avenir de la Service Publique Européenne/Reflections on the future of the European civil service. GRASPE Cahier No 24, February 2015.

Kostanyan, Hrant. (2015) The Rocky Road to an EU-Armenia Agreement: From U-turn to detour. CEPS Commentary, 3 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bechev, Dimitar (2015) Russia and Turkey - What does their partnership mean for the EU? EPC Policy Brief, 13 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Novotná, Markéta (2015) The Schengen Governance Package-another missed opportunity?. IES Policy Brief Issue 2015/1, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dayton, Ross (2015) Separatism, Globalization, and the European Union. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 15 No. 1, February 2015. [Working Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) Smart electricity grids: A very slow deployment in the EU. Egmont Paper No. 74, February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Iwanski, Tadeusz (2015) Still together, but apart? Kyiv’s policy towards the Donbas. OSW Commentary No. 160, February 6 2015. [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco and Maselli, Ilaria (2015) UBER: Innovation or déja vu? CEPS Commentary, 25 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Schoof, Ulrich and Petersen, Thieß and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2015) Wage inequality in Germany – What role does global trade play? Policy Brief #2015/03. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2015) Which Union for Europe’s Capital Markets? ECMI Policy Brief No. 22, 13 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The end of fiscal waterboarding? CEPS Commentary, 23 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

March 2015

Górecki, Wojciech (2015) Abkhazia’s ‘creeping’ incorporation. The end of the experiment of a separatist democracy. OSW Commentary 164, 2015-03-12. [Policy Paper]

Szymański, Piotr (2015) The Baltic states’ Territorial Defence Forces in the face of hybrid threats. OSW Commentary Number 165, 19.03.2015. [Policy Paper]

Frontini, Andrea (2015) ‘Bibi strikes back’. Israeli elections in a transforming domestic and international landscape. EPC Commentary, 26 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bauböck, Rainer and Paskalev, Vesco (2015) Citizenship Deprivation: A Normative Analysis. Liberty and Security in Europe No. 82, 19 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Walque, Gregory de and Kilponen, Juha and Pisani, Massimiliano and Schmidt, Sebastian and Corbo, Vesna and Hledik, Tibor and Hollmayr, Josef and Hurtado, Samuel and Júlio, Paulo and Kulikov, Dmitry and Lemoine, Matthieu and Lozej, Matija and Lundvall, Henrik and Maria, José R. and Micallef, Brian and Papageorgiou, Dimitris and Rysanek, Jakub and Sideris, Dimitrios and Thomas, Carlos (2015) Comparing fiscal multipliers across models and countries in Europe. National Bank of Belgium Working Paper No. 278, March 2015. [Working Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2015) Crimea one year after Russian annexation. EPC Policy Brief, 24 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cesaroni, Tatiana and De Santis, Roberta (2015) Current Account ‘Core-Periphery Dualism’ in the EMU. CEPS Working Document No. 406/March 2015. [Working Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Teteryatnikova, Mariya and Thum, Anna-Elisabeth. (2015) Does the growth in higher education mean a decline in the quality of degrees? CEPS Working Document No. 405/March 2015. [Working Paper]

De Groen, Willem Pieter (2015) The ECB’s QE: Time to break the doom loop between banks and their governments. CEPS Policy Brief No. 328, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Merabishvili, Gela (2015) The EU and Azerbaijan: Game on for a more normative policy? CEPS Policy Brief No. 329, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hedberg, Annika (2015) EU’s quest for energy security. What role for the Energy Union? EPC Policy Brief, 3 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2015) The Energy Union: what is in a name? EPC Commentary, 18 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Leandro, Alvaro and Mandra, Allison (2015) European Central Bank quantitative easing: the detailed manual. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/02, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gilardoni, Guia and D'Odorico, Marina and Carrillo, Daniela (2015) Evidence on migrants' integration in Europe. [Policy Paper]

Frontini, Andrea (2015) Federalist rhetoric or political tactics? The what, where, who, when and why of Juncker’s call for a common European army. EPC Commentary, 12 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dhéret, Claire (2015) Fostering social cohesion: the missing link in the EU's exit strategy from the crisis. EPC Discussion Paper, 31 March 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Popławski, Konrad (2015) Germany's stance on the TTIP. Background, interests and concerns. OSW Studies 52, March 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2015) Greece back on centre stage: the results of a déjà vu summit. EPC Post-Summit Analysis, 23 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Maselli, Ilaria and Veselkova, Marcela (2015) Green, Pink & Silver? The Future of Labour in Europe, Vol. 2. CEPS Paperback, 3 March 2015. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-444-7

Schneider, Jan David (2015) Growth for Europe – Is the Juncker Plan the answer? EPC Discussion Paper, 20 March 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Sheng-Kai , Charles Chia (2015) Higher education scholarships as a soft power tool: an analysis of its role in the EU and Singapore. EU Centre Singapore Working Paper No. 23, March 2015. [Working Paper]

Adam, Ilke and Van Dijk, Mathijs (2015) Immigrant labour market participation in Belgium - high time to mainstream. IES Policy Brief Issue 2015/2 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Koch, Anna and Tomaselli, Alexandra (2015) Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and their (new) Mobilizations in Russia. EDAP Paper 02/2015. [Working Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Cyprus. March 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Italia. August 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Latvia. March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Macedonia. March 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Moldova. February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Norway. February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Norway. February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Serbia. March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: The Netherlands. March 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Κύπρος. August 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Paul, Amanda and Murat Seyrek, Demir (2015) Internet “Freedom” in Turkey. EPC Commentary, 2 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Busse, Mathias and Schwarzwälder, Joscha (2015) Labour Mobility in Europe – An untapped resource?. Policy Brief #2015/04. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Busse, Mathias and Schwarzwälder, Joscha (2015) Labour Mobility in Europe: An untapped resource? CEPS Policy Brief No. 327, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Mody, Ashoka (2015) Living (dangerously) without a fiscal union. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/03. [Working Paper]

Koch, Andreas and Castellani, David (2015) Mapping competitiveness with European data. Bruegel Blueprint 23, 6 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Brender, Anton and Pisani, Florence and Gagna , Emile (2015) Money, Finance and the Real Economy: What went wrong? CEPS Paperback, 17 March 2015. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-418-8

Darvas, Zsolt and Tschekassin, Olga (2015) Poor and under pressure: the social impact of Europe's fiscal consolidation. Bruegel Policy Contribution, Issue 2015/04, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Marty, Olivier (2015) Progress on the “Juncker Plan” continues – but are Member States behind it? EPC Commentary, 18 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2015) Putin: The morally depraved degradation of a strong state leader. CEPS Commentary, 31 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Balfour, Rosa (2015) Spotlight-Europe - March 2015: The EU neighbourhood in shambles. Some recommendations for a new European neighbourhood strategy. [Policy Paper]

Pelkmans, Jacques. and de Brito, Anabela Correia (2015) Transatlantic MRAs: Lessons for TTIP? CEPS Special Report No. 101/March 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Koch, François (2015) Turkish Stream and its implications for the EU. European Policy Brief No. 34, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Adam, Ilke and van, a (2015) Une meilleure insertion professionelle des personnes issues de l’immigration: allons au mainstreaming Issue 2015/2 mars 2015 = Immigrant labour market participation in Belgium - high time to mainstream. IES Policy Brief Issue 2015/2 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2015) What drives Europeans to Syria, and to IS? Insights from the Belgian case. Egmont Paper No. 75, March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Beblavy, Miroslav (2015) Will this time be different for Greece? How to assess its ability to deliver on the reform agenda. CEPS Commentary, 13 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Eberhardt, Adam and Menkiszak, Marek (2015) The economic and financial crisis in Russia – background, symptoms and prospects for the future. OSW Report 02/2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Matsubayashi, Yoichi (2015) The effort to stabilise the financial system in Japan: an outline and the characteristics of the programme for financial revival. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/02, 18 March 2015. [Working Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Darvas, Zsolt (2015) The financial stability risks of ultra-loose monetary policy. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/03. [Policy Paper]

Mariniello, Mario and Sapir, André and Terzi, Alessio (2015) The long road towards the European single market. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/01, March 2015. [Working Paper]

April 2015

Ananicz, Szymon (2015) Alone in virtue. The "New Turkish" ideology in Turkey's foreign policy. OSW Point of View Number 49, April 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Renda, Andrea. (2015) Antitrust, Regulation and the Neutrality Trap: A plea for a smart, evidence-based internet policy. CEPS Special Report No. 104/April 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Renard, Thomas (2015) The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): China’s new multilateralism and the erosion of the West. Security Policy Brief No. 63, April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Schoof, Ulrich and Petersen, Thieß and Aichele, Rahel and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2015) Brexit – potential economic consequences if the UK exits the EU. Policy Brief #2015/05. [Policy Paper]

Wolff, Guntram B. and Véron, Nicolas. (2015) Capital Markets Union: a vision for the long term. Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/05 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kaczmarski, Marcin (2015) China on Central-Eastern Europe: ‘16+1’ as seen from Beijing. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 166/15.04.2015. [Policy Paper]

Heine, Sophie (2015) The Dangers and Inanity of (Euro-) Nationalism: From Communitarianism to Cosmopolitanism. Egmont Paper No. 77, April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Ji Xianbai , Jason (2015) The Drivers of Current Account Surplus in Germany and the Politics of Rebalancing in the Eurozone. EU Centre, Singapore Working Paper No. 24, April 2015. [Working Paper]

Lannoo, Karel (2015) EU Supervisory Cooperation Scaled Back at the Expense of Capital Markets Union. CEPS Commentary, 20 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

DeHousse, Franklin and Marsicola, Benedetta (2015) The EU's fourth railway package: a new stop in a long regulatory journey. Egmont Paper 76, April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Blanc, Ludivine (2015) The European Pharmaceutical Industry in a Global Economy: what drives EU exports of pharmaceuticals?. Bruges European Economic Research Papers (BEER) 31/2015. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2015) European elections: from ‘second-order’ elections to ‘first-order supranational’ elections: How can a ‘first-order supranational’ European election be created?. European Policy Brief No. 35, April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Weiss, Stefani (2015) Flashlight Europe N°3–April 2015. Greece – What else? [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2015) Gazprom’s evolving strategy in a new commercial and political context: how should the EU react? EPC Policy Brief, 27 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hamilton, Daniel and Blockmans, Steven. (2015) The Geostrategic Implications of TTIP. CEPS Special Report No. 105/April 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Polen. April 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Slovenia. August 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Gotkowska, Justyna (2015) NATO’s presence in the Baltic states – reassurance of allies or deterrence for Russia? OSW COMMENTARY Number 169, 29.04.2015 2015-04-29. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth and Eisele, Katharina (2015) No Move without Free Movement: The EU-Swiss controversy over quotas for free movement of persons. CEPS Policy Brief No. 331, 23 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Clementsen, Rannvá and Gemers, Tim and Lemahieu, Raphaël and Saviolo, Andrea and Sheetz, Mark (2015) Prospects for Security on the European Continent. EU Diplomacy Paper 05/2015. [Policy Paper]

D'Urso, Joseph and Sammut, Dennis (2015) The Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine: a useful but flawed OSCE tool. EPC Policy Brief, 23 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Flachenecker, Florian (2015) Sustainability, Resource Efficiency and Competitiveness. An Assessment of Resource Efficiency Policies in the European Union. Bruges European Economic Research Papers (BEER) 32/2015. [Policy Paper]

Donnet, Laurent (2015) Time to think about a European Union operated airlift capability? Security Policy Brief No. 62, April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dragneva-Lewers, Rilka and Wolczuk, Kataryna (2015) Trade and geopolitics: should the EU engage with the Eurasian Economic Union? EPC Policy Brief, 2 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Alessandri, Emiliano and Hassan, Oz and Reinerti, Ted (2015) U.S. Democracy Promotion from Bush to Obama. EUSpring Working Paper No. 1, April 2015. [Working Paper]

Alessandri, Emiliano and Hassan, Oz and Reinerti, Ted (2015) US Democracy Promotion from Bush to Obama. EUSpring Working Paper No. 1, 15 April 2015. [Working Paper]

Ville, Ferdi De and Berckvens, Dieter (2015) What do Eurozone academics think about EMU reform? On broad support and German exceptionalism. Bruges Political Research Papers 41/2015. [Policy Paper]

Całus, Kamil (2015) An appropriated state? Moldova’s uncertain prospects for modernisation. OSW COMMENTARY 168, 22.04.2015,. [Policy Paper]

Całus, Kamil (2015) A captured state? Moldova’s uncertain prospects for modernisation. OSW Commentary No. 168, 22 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fritz-Vannahme, Joachim (2015) spotlight europe #2015/01—April 2015: Turbulent Times in the Disunited Kingdom. [Policy Paper]

May 2015

Frontini, Andrea and Etzion, Eran (2015) Balancing realism and vision - The prospects of EU-Israel relations in times of change and uncertainty. European Policy Brief, 28 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2015) Britain’s Political Earthquake: What aftershocks for Europe and the UK? CEPS Commentary, 11 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jaroszewicz, Marta and Zochowski, Piotr (2015) Combating corruption in Ukraine – the beginning of a long march. OSW COMMENTARY Number 170, 06.05.2015. [Policy Paper]

Fott, Daniel (2015) The Common Security and Defence Policy: National Perspectives. Egmont Paper No. 79, May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Ünaldi, Serhat (2015) The Coup One Year on: Thailand's "Ugly German" Constitution. Asia Policy Brief 2015/02, May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Vitorino, António and Pascouau, Yves (2015) The EU's migrant strategy: a welcome new impetus. EPC Commentary, 19 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Korosteleva, Elena (2015) EU-Russia relations in the context of the eastern neighbourhood. Bertelsmann Policy Brief, May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2015) The Eastern Partnership Riga Summit should not be a non-event. EPC Commentary, 20 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kostanyan , Hrant (2015) The Eastern Partnership after Riga: Review and Reconfirm. CEPS Commentary, 29 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Henningsen , Jørgen Knud (2015) The Emission Trading Scheme reform: will the Commission's proposal save the system? EPC Policy Brief, 29 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) The Energy Performance of Buildings: Promises Still Unfulfilled. Egmont Paper No. 78, May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Weiss, Stefani (2015) Flashlight Europe N°4–May 2015. Listen carefully to the British. [Policy Paper]

NEDELESCU, Roxana (2015) Free Movement of Persons: The Mirage of Social Security Schemes. Bruges European Economic Research Papers (BEER) 34/2015. [Policy Paper]

WATFE, Gibran (2015) The Impact of the ECB’s Asset Purchase Programmes on Sovereign Bond Spreads in the Euro Area. Bruges European Economic Research Papers 35/2015. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Luxembourg. May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Hedberg, Annika and Morosi, Martina (2015) Keeping health high on the EU agenda: role for economic governance? EPC Policy Brief, 7 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Blackman, Colin (2015) Last chance for Europe in the digital saloon? CEPS Commentary, 29 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Barbero, Martina (2015) L’Européanisation des politiques d’innovation en France: une révolution copernicienne? Le cas de la région Rhône-Alpes = "The Europeanization of innovation policies in France: a Copernican revolution? The case of Rhône-Alpes". Bruges Political Research Papers 42/2015. [Policy Paper]

Lord, Christopher (2015) Minding and not minding your own business: What justifies attempts to assess the democratic quality of political systems? IHS Political Science Series No. 139, May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2015) The Monetary Policy of the European Central Bank (2002-2015). CEPS Special Report No. 109/May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Dhéret, Claire and Morosi, Martina (2015) One year after the Youth Guarantee: Policy fatigue or signs of action? EPC Policy Brief, 27 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Marcu, Andrei (2015) Paris 2015: What’s in it for the EU? CEPS Commentary, 8 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Domańska, Maria (2015) Russia marks the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazism: What significance does it have in an epoch of global confrontation? OSW Commentary No. 171, 20 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Weber, Christiana and Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm and Demirtas, Cihan (2015) Scaling Social Impact in Europe: Quantitative Analysis of National and Transnational Scaling Strategies of 358 Social Enterprises. UNSPECIFIED.

Schleicher, Stefan and Marcu, Andrei and Köppl, Angela and Schneider, Jürgen and Elkerbout, Milan and Türk, Andreas and Zeitlberger, Alexander and Karsten Neuhoff, Karsten Neuhoff (2015) Scanning the Options for a Structural Reform of the EU Emissions Trading System. CEPS Special Report 107, 19 May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Messerlin, Patrick (2015) The Services Dimension of TTIP. Paper No. 6 in the CEPS-CTR project “TTIP in the Balance’’ and CEPS Special Report No. 106, 8 May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Chiragov, Fuad and Gasimli, Vusal and Kakachia, Kornely and Karimov, Reshad and Makarychev, Andrey and Mammadov, Farhad and Ögütçü, Mehmet and Pashayeva, Gulshan and Paul, Amanda and Sammut, Dennis and Shiriyev, Zaur and Veliyev, Cavid (2015) The South Caucasus - Between integration and fragmentation. Series > European Policy Centre . UNSPECIFIED.

NICOLAIDES, Phedon and Preziosi, Nadir (2015) State Aid to Infrastructure: Do Competitively Selected Operators Obtain an Undue Advantage? Bruges European Economic Research Papers (BEER) 33/2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) TRAC: a market-based tax on capital flight as an alternative to Grexit. CEPS Commentary, 7 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. (2015) Too good to be true? A quick assessment of the EC’s new Better Regulation Package. CEPS Special Report No. 108/May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Delannoy, Eric and Bouyon, Sylvain (2015) Towards a balanced contribution of household credit to the economy. CEPS-ECRI Task Force Report, May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Tervo, Tomi and Pelkmans, Jacques and Heene, Aime (2015) Turbulent Waters: Viking Line and the Accession of Estonia to the European Union. Bruges Series on European Business Cases 01 / 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Valiante, Diego. (2015) The ‘Visible Hand’ of the ECB’s Quantitative Easing. CEPS Working Document No. 407/May 2015. [Working Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Gros, Daniel. (2015) What priorities for the new European agenda on migration? CEPS Commentary, 22 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Why Greece is different. CEPS Commentary, 22 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Maselli , Ilaria and Beblavý, Miroslav (2015) The case for a European unemployment benefit scheme. CEPS Commentary, 19 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Darczewska, Jolanta (2015) The devil is in the details. Information warfare in the light of Russia's military doctrine. OSW Point of View 50, May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Matusiak, Marek (2015) The great leap. Turkey under Erdogan. OSW Point of View 51, 27 May 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Mayer, Thomas (2015) A parallel currency for Greece. CEPS High-level Brief, 20 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

19 May 2015

Calapod, Andrei and Matei, Ani (2015) The EU’s Decision-Making Process Changes in the Constitutive Treaties. European Integration - Realities and Perspectives. Proceedings. pp. 184-191. ISSN 2067-9211

June 2015

Jalilvand, Ramin (2015) After a nuclear deal: What next for Iranian oil and gas? EPC Policy Brief, 23 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea (2015) Antitrust on the ‘G string’: What’s behind the Commission’s investigations of Google and Gazprom? CEPS Commentary, 15 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Moeller, Joergen Oerstroem (2015) Brexit – lessons from four referenda on the European Union (EU) in Denmark. EU Centre, Policy Brief No. 8, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Brender, Anton and Pisani, Florence and Gros, Daniel. (2015) Building a Capital Markets Union….or designing a financial system for the euro area? CEPS Commentary, 2 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2015) Capacity mechanisms. A credibility test for the Energy Union? EPC Policy Brief, 11 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Welisch, Marijke and Resch, Gustav and Behrens, Arno and Alessi, Monica (2015) Costs and Benefits of RES in Europe up to 2030. DIA-Core Policy Brief, 24 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Belmonte , Martina (2015) The EU Blue Card - is there a need for a more comprehensive approach? IES Policy Brief Issue 2015/3 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Faleg, Giovanni and Blockmans, Steven (2015) EU Naval Force EUNAVFOR MED sets sail in troubled waters. CEPS Commentary, 26 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Darvas, Zsolt and Leandro, Alvaro and Walsh, Thomas (2015) The Effects of Ultra-Loose Monetary Policies on Inequality. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/09, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Van der Loo, Guillaume (2015) Enhancing the Prospects of the EU’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas in the Mediterranean: Lessons from the Eastern Partnership. CEPS Commentary, 24 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Frontini, Andrea (2015) Ensuring the EU’s future as a security provider Five recommendations for the June European Council’s session on CSDP. EPC Commentary, 23 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Mayer, Thomas (2015) The Euro as a Foreign Currency for Greece Friday, 19 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The Fate of Greece in a ‘Genuine Economic and Monetary Union’: Lessons from a small island state. CEPS Hi-Level Brief, 19 June 2015 Friday, 19 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hoffmann, Isabell (2015) Flashlight Europe N°5–June 2015. OMT is Monetary Policy and Not Economic Policy. [Policy Paper]

Gnath, Katharina and Haas, Jörg (2015) Flashlight Europe N°6–June 2015. Waiting for the Five Presidents’ Report on the Future of the Monetary Union: What do we need to know? [Policy Paper]

De Grauwe, Paul. and Paulson, John (2015) Greece is insolvent but illiquid. CEPS Commentary, 18 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

De Grauwe, Paul. (2015) Greece is solvent but illiquid. What should the ECB do? CEPS Commentary, 15 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

auf dem Brinke, Anna and Gnath, Katharina and Haas, Jörg (2015) Growth and Euro Area Stability: The Double Dividend of a Deepened European Single Market for Services. Bertelsmann Stiftung Background Note 26 June 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Bouyon, Sylvain (2015) Home ownership, labour markets and the economic crisis. ECRI Commentary No. 14, 15 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Hybrid Hysteria. Security Policy Brief No. 64, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Careers and internships in Europe. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Georgia. July 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Living, studying and working in the European Union. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: The ERASMUS+ Programme. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Travelling in Europe for non-EU citizens. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Vatican. August 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Vereinigtes Königreich. March 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Piechal, Tomasz (2015) The Kharkiv oblast: a fragile stability. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 172/03.06.2015. [Policy Paper]

Rizos, Vasileios and Behrens, Arno and Taranic, Igor (2015) Measuring progress in eco-innovation. CEPS Working Document No. 409/June 2015. [Working Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian and Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2015) Post-Summit Commentary – Greece on the brink. EPC Commentary, 29 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel (2015) Puerto Rico and Greece: A Tale of two defaults in a monetary union. CEPS High-Level Brief. 18 June 2015, Update 30 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The QE placebo. CEPS Commentary, 12 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Author, No (2015) Revue GRASPE/GRASPE Review. Réflexions sur l'avenir de la Service Publique Européenne/Reflections on the future of the European civil service. Cahier n° 25, June 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Author, No (2015) Revue GRASPE/GRASPE Review. Réflexions sur l'avenir de la Service Publique Européenne/Reflections on the future of the European civil service. Cahier n° 26 Février 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Pascouau, Yves (2015) Schengen Anniversary - EPC Special Collection. UNSPECIFIED.

Pascouau, Yves (2015) Solidarity and asylum seekers: member states agreed to disagree. EPC Commentary, 29 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Chase, Peter and Pelkmans, Jacques (2015) This time it’s different: Turbo-charging regulatory cooperation in TTIP. Paper No. 7 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 110/June 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2015) Turkey’s 7 June parliamentary elections – Part I. A pivotal moment for Turkey’s future. EPC Commentary, 3 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Mourlon-Druol, Emmanuel (2015) The UK's EU Vote: The 1975 Precedent and Today's Negotiations. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/08, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Piechal, Tomasz (2015) The War republics in the Donbas one year after the outbreak of the conflict. OSW Commentary Number 174, 17 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Dabrowski, Marek (2015) The harsh reality of Ukraine's fiscal arithmetic. Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/07, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Iwanski, Tadeusz (2015) A ship run aground Deepening problems in the Ukrainian economy. OSW Commentary Number 173, 16 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

July 2015

Chatzistavrou, Filippa (2015) The 2015 Greek Referendum. EPIN Commentary No. 24, 3 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Mariniello, Mario and Salemi, Francesco (2015) Addressing fragmentation in EU mobile telecom markets. Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/13, July 2015. [Policy Paper]

de Groen, Willem Pieter and Gros, Daniel. (2015) Addressing the immediate needs of the Greek banks. CEPS Commentary, 31 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Mariniello, Mario and Neven, Damien and Padilla, Jorge (2015) Antitrust, regulatory capture and economic integration. Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/11, JULY 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fabo, Brian and Beblavý, Miroslav (2015) Are student workers a threat or a solution? CEPS Commentary, 14 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Scholten, Daniel and Ydersbond, Inga and Sattich, Thomas and Inderberg, Tor Håkon (2015) Consensus, contradiction, and conciliation of interests: the geo-economics of the Energy Union. EPC Policy Brief, 8 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone and Zachmann, Georg (2015) Designing a New EU-Turkey Strategic Gas Partnership. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/10 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Elagati, Mohamed and Ahmed, Nouran and Bayoumil, Mahmoud (2015) Discussing Citizenship in Egypt: A comparative study of the post-2011 political debate. Arab Citizenship Review No. 8, 20 July 2015. [Working Paper]

Elagati, Mohamed and Ahmed, Nouran and Bayoumil, Mahmoud (2015) Discussing Citizenship in Egypt: A comparative study of the post-2011 political debate. EUSpring Working Paper No. 3 [also Arab Citizenship Review No. 8], 20 July 2015. [Working Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian. and Marcu, Andrei and Núñez-Ferrer, Jorge and Genoese, Fabio and Elkerbout, Milan (2015) EU Climate and Energy Governance: There’s more to it than meets the eye. CEPS Commentary, 14 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Balfour, Rosa and Stratulat, Corina and Avery, Graham and Hillion, Christophe and Adebahr, Cornelius and Töglhofer, Theresia and Wunsch, Natasha and Ker-Lindsay, James and Žornaczuk, Tomasz and Frontini, Andrea and Turrión, Ruth Ferrero and Algieri, Franco. and Konitzer, Andrew and Huszka, Beata. and Armakolas, Ioannis and Triantafyllou, Giorgos and Lessenski, Marin and Ivan, Paul and Ioannides, Isabelle and Herolf, Gunilla and Martens, Hans and Bukovskis , Kārlis and Potjomkina, Diāna and Blockmans, Steven. (2015) EU member states and enlargement towards the Balkans. EPC ISSUE PAPER No. 79, July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Mamedov, Eldar and Paul, Amanda (2015) EU-Iran relations post-Vienna: the way forward. EPC Commentary, 16 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian and Dimitrova, Anna and Popov, Julian (2015) Effective Regional Energy Policy Cooperation in South East Europe: A Proposal. CEPS Background Briefing Paper, 2 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Natali, Paolo and Egenhofer, Christian. and Molnar, Gergely (2015) Energising the TTIP: Political economy of the trade policy rationale. Paper No. 9 in the CEPS-CTR project “TTIP in the Balance’’and CEPS Special Report No. 113/July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Dalia Marin, Dalia Marin and Jan Schymik, Jan Schymik and Jan Tscheke, Jan Tscheke (2015) Europe's exports superstar - it's the organisation! Bruegel Working Paper 2015/05, 15 July 2015. [Working Paper]

Lee, Dexter (2015) The European and Southeast Asian Single Aviation Markets. EU Centre, Background Brief No. 15, July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Sørensen, Catharina (2015) Evolving Patterns of Euroscepticism in the Danish Political Landscape. EPIN Commentary No. 25/15 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Martellucci, Elisa (2015) Extending Working Lives: A comparative analysis of how governments influence lifelong learning, CEPS Special Report No. 111, July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gnath, Katharina and Hoffmann, Isabell (2015) Flashlight Europe N°7–09 July 2015. Greece After the Referendum: Three Possible Scenarios for the Euro Area. [Policy Paper]

Carp, Suzana and Schumacher, Tobias (2015) From Survival to Revival: The Riga Summit 2015 and the revised ENP. Egmont Security policy Brief No. 65, July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Elliott, E. Donald and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2015) Greater TTIP Ambition in Chemicals: Why and how. CEPS Special Report, 28 July 2015. Paper No. 10 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 114/July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Alcidi, Cinzia and Gros, Daniel (2015) The Greek economy is unlikely to benefit from further devaluation. CEPS Commentary, 3 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian and Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2015) A Greek tragedy in the making. EPC Commentary, 6 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Lehouelleur, Sophie and Maselli, Ilaria (2015) How returns from tertiary education differ by field of study. Implications for policy-makers and students. CEPS Working Document No. 411/July 2015. [Working Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Türkiye. July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Lannoo, Karel. and Pollack, Allen and Stæhr, Ole (2015) Keep capital markets union simple. ECMI Commentary No. 38/July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano (2015) The Monetary Policy of the European Central Bank (2002-2015). Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings (BEEP) 35/2015. [Policy Paper]

Redissi, Hamadi and Boukhayatia, Rihab (2015) The National Constituent Assembly of Tunisia and Civil Society Dynamics. EUSpring Working Paper No. 2, 8 July 2015. [Working Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2015) Nord Stream expansion: what does it mean for Europe? EPC Commentary, 2 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2015) The OSCE marks 40 years since the Helsinki Final Act: Its principles are more valid than ever. CEPS Essay No. 19, 24 July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

O'Keeffe, Micheal and Tierzi, Alessio (2015) The Political Economy of Financial Crisis Policy. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/06, July 2015. [Working Paper]

Maselli, Ilaria (2015) Poor Greeks or lazy Greeks? CEPS Commentary, 13 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Groszkowski, Jakub and Kardas, Szymon (2015) Prime Minister Fico’s Russian card. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER NUMBER 175/01.07.2015. [Policy Paper]

Berden, Koen and Francois, Joseph (2015) Quantifying Non-Tariff Measures for TTIP. Paper No. 12 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 116/July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Terzi, Alessio (2015) Reform momentum and its impact on Greek growth. Bruegel Policy Contribution 2015/12, July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian and Genoese, Fabio (2015) Reforming the Market Design of EU Electricity Markets: Addressing the Challenges of a Low-Carbon Power Sector. CEPS Task Force Report, 27 July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Restructuring the Greek banking sector with an empty purse. CEPS Commentary, 13 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fabo, Brian and Beblavý, Miroslav (2015) Students in Work and their Impact on the Labour Market. CEPS Working Document No. 410/July 2015. [Working Paper]

Egan, Michelle. and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2015) TTIP’s Hard Core: Technical barriers to trade and standards. Paper No. 13 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 117/August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. and Yoo, Christopher (2015) Telecommunications and Internet Services: The digital side of the TTIP. Paper No. 8 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 112/July, 17 July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Woolcock, Stephen and Holzer, Barbara and Kusmu, Petros (2015) The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities for Consumer Protection. Paper No. 11 in the CEPS-CTR project ‘TTIP in the Balance’ and CEPS Special Report No. 115/July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Mody, Ashoka and Wolff, Guntram B. (2015) The Vulnerability of Europe's Small and Medium-Sized Banks. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/07, 16 July 2015. [Working Paper]

Balcer, Adam and Domaradzki, Spasimir and Szpala, Marta (2015) The challenge of freedom in the Southeastern Europe. OSW Report, July 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Bakunowicz, Tomasz (2015) A game played according to Lukashenka’s rules: the political opposition in Belarus. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 176, 08.07.2015. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. (2015) The nuclear deal with Iran: Le moment suprême? CEPS Commentary, 16 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

August 2015

Richey, Mason (2015) Considering DPRK [North Korea] Regime Collapse: Its Probability and Possible Geopolitical and Security Consequences. Security Policy Brief No. 66, August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jeppsson, Emilia (2015) A Differentiated, Balanced and Patient Approach? The EU’s Involvement with Georgia’s Secessionist Conflicts beyond the August 2008 War. EU Diplomacy Paper 06/2015. [Policy Paper]

Reljić, Dušan (2015) EU Facilitated Dialogue: Another exercise in constructive ambiguity. CEPS Commentary, 28 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Genna, Gaspare M. and Justwan, Florian (2015) The European Power Hierarchy, Member State Trust, and Public Support for the Common Security and Defense Policy. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 15 No. 2, August 2015. [Working Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Andersen, Thomas Barnebeck (2015) Greece’s poor growth prospects. CEPS Commentary, 21 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

McKinney, Joseph (2015) Investor-State Dispute Resolution as an Issue in Transatlantic Trade Negotiations: Lessons from NAFTA. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 15 No. 3, August 2015. [Working Paper]

Zachmann, Georg. (2015) Making low-carbon technology support smarter. Bruegel Policy Brief 2015/02, 18 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Strachota, Krzysztof (2015) The Middle East in the shadow of the Islamic State. OSW Point of View Number 52, August 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Monetary policy and the over-investment cycle: China as an extreme case. CEPS Commentary, 27 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Anania, Giovanni and Balmann, Alfons and Buckwell, Allan and Bureau, Jean-Christophe and De Castro, Paolo and Di Mambro, Angelo and Erjavec, Emil and Erjavec, Karmen and Fertő, Imre and Garrone, Maria and Haniotis, Tassos and Hart, Kaley and Josling, Timothy E. and Knops, Louise and Kovacs, Attila and Lovec, Marko and Mahé, Louis-Pascal and Matthews, Alan and Moehler, Rolf and Olper, Alessandro and Pacca, Lucia and Potočnik, Janez and D’Andrea, Maria Rosaria Pupo and Roederer-Rynning, Christilla. and Sahrbacher, Amanda and Sahrbacher, Christoph and Swinbank, Alan and Swinnen, Johan (2015) The Political Economy of the 2014-2020 Common Agricultural Policy: An Imperfect Storm. CEPS Paperback, 17 August 2015. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1-78348-484-3

Heine, Sophie (2015) Prostitution as a Human Right: an Oxymoron. European Policy Briefs No. 36, August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Falkowski, Maciej (2015) Ramzanistan. Russia's Chechen Problem. OSW POINT OF VIEW Number 54, 2015-08-25. UNSPECIFIED.

Blockmans, Steven. (2015) Syria: An end to the hands-off policy. CEPS Commentary, 31 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Sadowski, Rafał (2015) Ukraine on the financial front – the problem of Ukraine’s foreign public debt. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 178|05.08.2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Why Greece declined a euro holiday. CEPS Commentary, 6 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hassan, Mozn (2015) Women's Rights in the Aftermath of Egypt's Revolution. Arab Citizenship Review No. 9, 26 August 2015 [also EUSpring Working Paper No. 5]. [Working Paper]

Rodkiewicz, Witold and Kardaś, Szymon (2015) The consequences for Russia of the nuclear deal with Iran. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 177/03.08.2015. [Policy Paper]

Mous, Fadma Ait and Deau, Olivier and Monjib, Maâti (2015) The debates on citizenship in Morocco. Social movements and constitutional reform. EUSpring Working Paper No. 4, 11 August 2015. [Working Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt (2015) The grand divergence: global and European current account surpluses. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/08, 13 August 2015. [Working Paper]

Gnath, Katharina and Hoffman, Isabell (2015) spotlight europe #$2015 / 03-August 2015. Money or Democracy? Greece and the Euro Dilemma. [Policy Paper]

Hanelt, Christian-P. and Koch, Christian (2015) spotlight europe #2015/02—July 2015: A Gulf CSC Could Bring Peace and Greater Security to the Middle East. [Policy Paper]

Gnath, Katharina and Hoffmann, Isabell (2015) spotlight europe #2015/03 — August 2015: Money or Democracy? Greece and the Euro Dilemma. [Policy Paper]

Kroll, Christian (2015) spotlight europe, August 2015: Sustainable Development Goals: Are the rich countries ready? [Policy Paper]

September 2015

Emerson, Michael (2015) Cameron’s ‘renegotiations’ (or Russian roulette) with the EU: An interim assessment. CEPS Working Document No. 413/September 2015. [Working Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) Can the eurozone’s economic governance combine political accountability, legitimacy and effectiveness? EPC Discussion Paper, 1 September 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Polner, Gergely and Ryan, John (2015) Capital Markets Union: A Work in Progress: Quick and high impact measures for the Capital Markets Union. European Policy Brief No. 37, September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Alcidi, Cinzia. (2015) China’s slowdown: When the dragon catches the flu, Europe sneezes. CEPS Commentary, 25 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Rizos, Vasileios and Behrens, Arno and Kafyeke, Terri and Hirschnitz-Garbera, Martin and Ioannou, Anastasia (2015) The Circular Economy: Barriers and Opportunities for SMEs. CEPS Working Documents No. 412/September 2015. [Working Paper]

Ahmed, Nouran and Bayoumil, Mahmoud and El Agati, Mohamed (2015) Citizenship in the discourse of Egyptian political parties. EUSpring Working Paper No. 6, June 2015 [also Citizenship Report no. 3]. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2015) Controlled ‘Europeanisation’? The KMW–Nexter merger and the Germany’s new strategy for the arms industry. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 180/26.08.2015. [Policy Paper]

Frymark, Kamil (2015) Development co-operation made in Germany. OSW REPORT 2015-07-29. UNSPECIFIED.

Guild, Elspeth and Costello, Cathryn and Garlick, Madeline and Moreno-Lax, Violeta (2015) Enhancing the Common European Asylum System and Alternatives to Dublin. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 83/September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Wolff, Guntram B. and Zachmann, Georg. (2015) European climate finance: securing the best return. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 2015/03, 11 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Europe’s Double Refugee Crisis. CEPS Commentary, 8 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Ciechanowicz, Artur (2015) Germany’s ‘refugee’ problem. The most important test for Chancellor Merkel and the grand coalition. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 182/11.09.2015 2015-09-11. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Gros, Daniel. (2015) The Greek elections and the third bailout programme: Why it could work this time round. CEPS Commentary, 21 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pascouau, Yves (2015) Heads buried in the sand: member states block solutions to the refugee crisis. EPC Commentary, 15 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Falkowski, Maciej and Lang, Józef (2015) Homo Jihadicus. Islam in the former USSR and the phenomenon of the post-Soviet militants in Syria and Iraq. OSW REPORT 2015-09-21. UNSPECIFIED.

Duff, Andrew (2015) How to deal with Europe’s British problem. EPC Discussion Paper, 11 September 2015. [Discussion Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from Italian sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Informazioni Sull’Unione Europea Da Fonti Italiane. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Royaume-Uni. May 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Wales. September 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Bacaria, Jordi and Coll, Josep M. and Sánchez-Montijano, Elena (2015) The Labour Market in Spain: Problems, Challenges and Future Trends. Policy Brief #2015/01. [Policy Paper]

d’Oultremont, Clémentine and Martin, Anna (2015) The Migration Crisis: A Stress Test for European Values. European Policy Brief No. 38, September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Gros, Daniel. (2015) No need for walls to equitably distribute the refugees. CEPS Commentary, 25 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Chiarello, Andrea (2015) Paper Tiger or Game-Changer? Challenges of and Opportunities for EU Engagement with the Eurasian Economic Union. Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance Papers (BRIGG) 1/2015. [Policy Paper]

Konończuk, Wojciech (2015) Reform #1. Why Ukraine has to reform its gas sector. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 181/01.09.2015. [Policy Paper]

Freya Baetens, Freya Baetens and Koen Berden, Koen Berden and Steven Blockmans, Steven Blockmans and Jonathan Bonnitcha, Jonathan Bonnitcha and Peter Chase, Peter Chase and Michelle Egan, Michelle Egan and Christian Egenhofer, Christian Egenhofer and E. Donald Elliott, E. Donald Elliott and Joseph Francois, Joseph Francois and Caroline Freund, Caroline Freund and Daniel S. Hamilton, Daniel S. Hamilton and Jean Heilman Grier, Jean Heilman Grier and Barbara Holzer, Barbara Holzer and Tim Josling, Tim Josling and Petros Kusmu, Petros Kusmu and Patrick Messerlin, Patrick Messerlin and Gergely Molnar, Gergely Molnar and Paolo Natali, Paolo Natali and Sarah Oliver, Sarah Oliver and Jacques Pelkmans, Jacques Pelkmans and Lauge Poulsen, Lauge Poulsen and Andrea Renda, Andrea Renda and Stefan Tangermann, Stefan Tangermann and Stephen Woolcock, Stephen Woolcock and Jason Yackee, Jason Yackee and Christopher S. Yoo, Christopher S. Yoo (2015) Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers? Exploring the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. UNSPECIFIED.

Renda, Andrea. (2015) Searching for harm or harming search? A look at the European Commission’s antitrust investigation against Google. CEPS Special Report No. 118/September 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Chawryło (Jarzyńska), Katarzyna and Domańska, Maria (2015) Strangers among us. Non-governmental organisations in Russia. OSW COMMENTARY 2015-09-29. [Policy Paper]

Harbour, Malcolm and Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) Strengthening the beating heart of the European economy. EPC Commentary, 29 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 27, September 2015. [EU Other]

Carrera, Sergio and Lannoo, Karel. (2015) Treat the root causes of the asylum crisis, not the symptoms. CEPS commentary, 11 September 2015 Friday, 11 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Olszanski, Tadeusz A. (2015) Ukraine’s wartime nationalism. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 179, 28.08.2015. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) Unfinished business: the governance of the Economic and Monetary Union. Compendium of EPC publications on the future of the Euro. UNSPECIFIED.

Cachin, Elise and Heene, Aime and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2015) Vodafone Facing the EU Roaming Regulations. Bruges Series on European Business Cases 02 / 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2015) What signal from the Fed? Should the ECB ease further? CEPS Commentary, 18 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cambini, Carlo and Briglauer, Wolfgang and Grajek, Michal (2015) Why is Europe lagging on next generation access networks? Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/14, September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Lerner, Josh and Schoar, Antoinette and Sokolinski, Stanislav and Wilson, Karen E. (2015) The globalization of angel investments. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/09, 1 September 2015. [Working Paper]

Ghimis, Andreia (2015) The refugee crisis: Schengen’s slippery slope. EPC Commentary, 22 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) The rise of capacity mechanisms: are they inevitable in the European Union? Egmont Paper 80, September 2015. [Policy Paper]

16 September 2015

Calapod, Andrei and Matei, Ani (2015) The European Construction - from Communities to a Genuine Supranational Union. Journal of Danubian Studies and Research, 5 (2). pp. 17-27.

October 2015

Willermain, Fabian and Cioriciu, Anca (2015) The Better Regulation Package: Creating better regulations, but for what kind of EU politics?. European Policy Brief No. 39, October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth (2015) Can the new refugee relocation system work? Perils in the Dublin logic and flawed reception conditions in the EU. CEPS Policy Brief No. 332, October 2015 Thursday, 1 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

FALLESEN, Ida-Maria Weirsøe (2015) The Challenges of the EU Banking Union - will it succeed in dealing with the next financial crisis? Bruges European Economic Policy (BEEP) Briefings 36/2015. [Policy Paper]

Marcu, Andrei (2015) China's ETS: A vote of confidence in carbon markets ahead of Paris. CEPS Commentary, 12 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) A Common Refugee Integration Fund. EPC Commentary, 15 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Sainsot, Robin (2015) A Convergence Process in Household Credit in Central and Eastern Europe. ECRI Commentary No. 16, 30 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Larivé, Maxime (2015) A Crisis for the Ages: The European Union and the migration Crisis. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 15 Special, October 2015. [Working Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2015) Detailed CMU Action Plan, but more (ambition) is required. ECMI Commentary No. 39/2 October 2015 Friday, 2 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Maselli, Ilaria and Fabo, Brian (2015) Digital workers by design? An example from the on-demand economy. CEPS Working Document No. 414/October 2015 Monday, 19 October 2015. [Working Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) The End of German Hegemony. CEPS Commentary, 16 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Posen, Adam and Véron, Nicolas (2015) Enhancing financial stability in developing Asia. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/10, October 2015. [Working Paper]

Darija Maric, Darija Maric and Srdjan Hercigonja, Srdjan Hercigonja and Maria Alette Abdli, Maria Alette Abdli and Adnan Rahimić, Adnan Rahimić and Elias Vartio, Elias Vartio and Doris Manu, Doris Manu and Gomez, Jorge Fernandez (2015) Europe must act! The refugee crisis in the eyes of young people. EPC FutureLab, 12 October 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Molnar, Gergely and Behrens, Arno and Egenhofer, Christian. and Genoese, Fabio (2015) Europe's LNG Strategy in the Wider EU Gas Market. CEPS Policy Brief No. 333, October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Estella, Antonio (2015) European Union Bailouts and Credibility. Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 15 No. 4, October 2015. [Working Paper]

Staeger, Ueli (2015) The European Union’s Regionalism Diplomacy in Africa: An English School Approach. Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance Papers [BRIGG] #2.2015. [Working Paper]

Günther, Enrico (2015) The European Union’s Response to Piracy: Are the Lessons Learned in the Horn of Africa a Model for the Gulf of Guinea? EU Diplomacy Paper/2015. [Working Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2015) Europe’s reactive and protective muddling through: the results of a summit in fire fighting mode. EPC Post-Summit Analysis, 19 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Simon, András (2015) Filling the gap: open economy considerations for more reliable potential output estimates. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/11, October 2015. [Working Paper]

Schöler, Gabriele (2015) Flashlight Europe N°8 – October 2015; Deeper EU integration is in Poland’s interest. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2015) The Great Financial Plumbing: From Northern Rock to Banking Union. CEPS Paperback, 19 October 2015. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED.

Całus, Kamil (2015) In the shadow of history. Romanian-Moldovan relations. OSW Studies 53, September 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from French sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from South Korean sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Informations sur l’Union européenne des sources françaises. UNSPECIFIED.

Herrero, Alicia Garcia (2015) Internationalising the currency while leveraging massively: the case of China. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/12, October 2015. [Working Paper]

Schmidt, Juliane (2015) Joining up or falling apart: towards a networked communications model for EU foreign policy. EPC Policy Brief, 1 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Barbero, Martina (2015) La place des emotions dans les campagnes du Front national et du Mouvement democrate pour les elections europeennes der 2014 = The place of emotions in the campaigns of the National Front and democrat movement for the 2014 European elections. Bruges Political Research Papers 43/2015. [Policy Paper]

Menkiszak, Marek (2015) Late Putin. The end of growth, the end of stability. OSW POINT OF VIEW #55, 2015-10-05. UNSPECIFIED.

Valiante, Diego. (2015) Light and shadows in Europe’s new Action Plan for Capital Markets Union. ECMI Commentary No. 40/5 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Genoese, Fabio (2015) Low-cost batteries will not disrupt (all) energy utilities. CEPS Commentary, 5 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hedberg, Annika (2015) Nord Stream II – Another test for EU unity. EPC Commentary, 9 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pascouau, Yves (2015) The October 2015 European Council and migration: no news, good news? EPC Commentary, 19 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Lorenzo Donatelli, Lorenzo (2015) A Pan-European District for the European Elections? The Rise and Fall of the Duff Proposal for the Electoral Reform of the European Parliament. Bruges Political Research Papers 44/2015. [Policy Paper]

Väänänen, Eleonoora (2015) A Progressive Promoter of Women’s Rights? Comparing EU Policy towards the ACP and the EMP Countries. Bruges Regional Integration & Global Governance Paper #3.2015. [Working Paper]

Bechev, Dimitar (2015) Russia in the Balkans: How should the EU respond? EPC Policy Brief, 12 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Arpe, Jan and Milio, Simona and Stuchlik, Andrej (2015) Social Policy Reforms in the EU: A Cross-national Comparison. Social Inclusion Monitor Europe (SIM) – Reform Barometer. Pilot Study. UNSPECIFIED.

Lang, Bertram (2015) Taiwanese Lobbying in the European Union: ‘Workable Diplomacy’ and its Limitations. EU Diplomacy Paper 8/2015. [Working Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 28, October 2015. [EU Other]

Carrera, Sergio (2015) To adopt refugee quotas or not: Is that the question? CEPS Commentary, 2 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Annika Hedberg, Annika and Pardo, Romain and Daryoush, Toutia (2015) Towards a sustainable European economy. EPC Policy Brief, 13 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Aichele, Rahel and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2015) The Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal (TPP): What are the economic consequences for in- and outsiders? GED Focus Paper. UNSPECIFIED.

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2015) Turkey’s new election: War or peace? EPC Commentary, 30 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Uzer, Umut (2015) What direction for Turkey? A plea for political reconciliation. EPIN Commentary No. 26/14 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Where is the credit crunch in Greece? CEPS Commentary, 6 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Weiss, Stefani. (2015) Will Cameron get what he wants? Anticipating reactions to Britain’s EU reform proposals. CEPS Commentary, 29 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pardo Martinez, Alfredo (2015) The implementation of the Gender Perspective in the EU civilian and military missions: Leadership wanted. Security Policy Brief No. 67, October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jaroszewicz, Marta (2015) The migration of Ukrainians in times of crisis. OSW COMMENTARY Number 187, 2015-10-19. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub (2015) A partial success of trade cooperation within the ‘16+1’ formula: the case of food exports to China. OSW COMMENTARY #189, 2015-10-29. [Policy Paper]

Gnath, Katharina and Haas, Jörg (2015) spotlight europe #2015/04—October 2015: A Fiscal Union for Europe – Building Block and Not a Magic Bullet. [Policy Paper]

Author, No (2015) spotlight-Europe 10.07.2015: After the nuclear agreement with Teheran: Work for peace between Iran and Saudi Arabia. [Policy Paper]

Dabrowski, Marek (2015) The systemic roots of Russia’s recession. Bruegel Policy Contribution ISSUE 2015/15, OCTOBER 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bajczuk, Rafał (2015) The uncertain future of the coal energy industry in Germany. OSW COMMENTARY #188, 2015-10-20. [Policy Paper]

November 2015

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2015) The AKP rebooted – What next for Turkey? EPC Commentary, 30 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Milne, Alistair (2015) Achieving European Policy Objectives through Financial Technology. ECRI Commentary No. 17, 16 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Hüttl, Pia and Merler, Silvia and Walsh, Thomas (2015) Analysis of developments in EU capital flows in the global context. Bruegel Final study Bruegel N° 2015.2574, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Balfour, Rosa and Youngs, Richard. (2015) Arab views on democratic citizenship – and on EU support. Arab Citizenship Review No. 11. [Policy Paper]

Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven (2015) Awkward partner once again? Repercussions for Europe of Poland’s elections. EPIN Commentary No. 27, 3 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Szymański, Piotr (2015) Between continuation and adaptation: The Baltic states’ security policy and armed forces. OSW COMMENTARY 190/23.11.2015. [Policy Paper]

Bartsch, Bernhard (2015) China's Confidence Issue: Hard or Smart Landing - What Can We Expect? Asia Policy Brief 2015/03, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub (2015) China’s foreign direct investments within the ‘16+1’ cooperation formula: strategy, institutions, results. OSW Commentary Number 191|27.11.2015. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2015) Dear Donald … Yours, David. CEPS Commentary, 12 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Saad, Ragab (2015) Did Egypt's Parliamentary Election just trump citizens’ rights? Arab Citizenship Review No. 12, 19 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) Don't let them win. EPC Commentary, 24 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bigo, Didier and Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth and Guittet, Emmanuel-Pierre. and Jeandesboz, Julien. and Mitsilegas , Valsamis and Ragazzi, Francesco and Scherrer, Amandine (2015) The EU and its Counter-Terrorism Policies after the Paris Attacks. Liberty and Security in Europe No. 84, 27 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Pinzari, Doina (2015) EU democratization policies in the Neighbourhood countries and Russia’s reaction as a destabilizing factor. A comparative case study of Georgia and Moldova. Bruges Political Research Papers 45/2015. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2015) The EU’s Enlargement Strategy 2015: Will the ‘new elements’ make a difference? CEPS Commentary, 26 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Mustilli, Federica (2015) The Economic Impact of Sanctions against Russia: Much ado about very little. CEPS Commentary, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

De Groen, Willem Pieter and Gros, Daniel. (2015) Estimating the Bridge Financing Needs of the Single Resolution Fund: How expensive is it to resolve a bank? CEPS Special Report No. 122, 25 November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Faleg, Giovanni (2015) European security after the Paris attacks. CEPS Commentary, 24 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hillion, Christophe and Blockmans, Steven. (2015) Europe’s self-defence: Tous pour un et un pour tous? CEPS Commentary, 20 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk (2015) Firmer foundations for a stronger European Banking Union. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/13, November 2015. [Working Paper]

Chatzistavrou, Filippa and Michalaki, Sofia (2015) Greece as an example of “post-politics” in the eurozone. EPIN Commentary No. 28/9 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Roos, Christof (2015) How to reconcile the EU border paradox? The concurrence of refugee reception and deterrence. IES Policy Brief 2015/4, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. and Simonelli, Felice and Mazziotti, Giuseppe and Bolognini , Alberto and Luchetta, Giacomo (2015) The Implementation, Application and Effects of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Information Society. CEPS Special Report No. 120, 19 November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Belarus. November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: Iceland. November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: 대한민국의 자료를 바탕으로한 유럽 연합에 대한 정보. UNSPECIFIED.

Allemand, Frédéric (2015) La Banque centrale européenne et la nouvelle gouvernance économique européenne: le défi de l’intégration différenciée = The European Central Bank and the new European economic governance: the challenge of differential integration. Research Paper in Law 01/2015. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk and Wierts, Peter (2015) Macroprudential supervision: from theory to policy. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/15, November 2015. [Working Paper]

Vaishnav, Milan (2015) Modi's Reform Agenda: Change You Can Believe In? Asia Policy Brief 2015/04, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Monjib, Maati (2015) Morocco’s illiberal regime and fragmented political society. Arab Citizenship Review No. 10, October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. and Simonelli, Felice and Mazziotti, Giuseppe and Luchetta, Giacomo (2015) Policy Options for Improving the Functioning and Efficiency of the Digital Single Market in the Field of Copyright. CEPS Special Report No. 121, 19 November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Hedberg, Annika and Pardo, Romain and Frontini, Andrea and Daryoush, Toutia (2015) REACHING FOR BLUE GOLD - How the EU can rise to the water challenge while reaping the rewards. EPC Issue Paper No. 80, November 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Behrens, Arno and Taranic, Igor and Rizos, Vasileios (2015) Resource Efficiency Indicators for Policy-Making. CEPS Working Document No. 415/November 2015. [Working Paper]

Darczewska, Jolanta and Żochowski, Piotr (2015) Russophobia in the Kremlin’s strategy. A weapon of mass destruction. OSW POINT OF VIEW #56, 2015-11-02. UNSPECIFIED.

Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth (2015) Safe Harbour or into the storm? EU-US data transfers after the Schrems judgment. Liberty and security in Europe No. 85/November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Schmidt, Juliane (2015) Seeing the bigger picture: The refugee crisis and the link to CFSP. EPC Commentary, 16 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Jarosiewicz, Aleksandra (2015) The Southern Gas Corridor. The Azerbaijani-Turkish project becomes part of the game between Russia and the EU. OSW POINT OF VIEW 53, 2015-08-20. UNSPECIFIED.

Merler, Silvia (2015) Squaring the cycle: capital flows, financial cycles, and macro-prudential policy in the euro area. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/14, November 2015. [Working Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 29, November 2015. [EU Other]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) The UK renegotiation from an EU perspective: the dog that hasn’t yet barked? EPC Commentary, 20 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Baldwin, Richard and Gros, Daniel. (2015) What caused the eurozone crisis? CEPS Commentary, 27 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian and Schneider, Jan David (2015) What role for social investment in the new economic governance of the Eurozone? EPC Policy Brief, 10 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. and Konończuk, Wojciech and Iwański, Tadeusz and Żochowski, Piotr (2015) The bumpy road. Difficult reform process in Ukraine. OSW Commentary, Number 192|30.11.2015. [Policy Paper]

Marcu, Andrei (2015) A close call before Paris. CEPS Commentary, 2 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hüttl, Pia and Wilson, Karen E. and Wolff, Guntram B. (2015) The growing intergenerational divide in Europe. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue 2015/17, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Leandro, Alvaro (2015) The limitations of policy coordination in the euro area under the European Semester. Bruegel Policy Contribution 2015/19, November 2015. [Policy Paper]

December 2015

Blockmans, Steven. (2015) The 2015 ENP Review: A policy in suspended animation. CEPS Commentary, 1 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Belke, Ansgar (2015) Banking Union as a Shock Absorber: Lessons for the eurozone from the US. CEPS Paperback, December 2015. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1-78348-594-9; 978-1-78348-595-6

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Can Schengen survive? CEPS Commentary, 14 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk and Zachmann, Georg. (2015) Can a global climate risk pool help the most vulnerable countries? Bruegel Policy Brief 2015/04 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Kaczmarski, Marcin (2015) China on Russia’s intervention in Syria. OSW Commentary Number 193|19.01.2016. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Russack, Sophia (2015) The Commissioners’ Group on External Action – Key political facilitator. CEPS Special Report No. 125/December 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Completing the Banking Union: Deposit Insurance. CEPS Policy Brief No. 335, 3 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2015) Countries under Adjustment Programmes: What role for the ECB? CEPS Special Report No. 124, December 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Heine, Sophie (2015) The EU approach to Gender: Limitations and Alternatives. European Policy Brief No. 40, December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Gros, Daniel. and Blockmans, Steven. and Guild, Elspeth (2015) The EU’s Response to the Refugee Crisis: Taking Stock and Setting Policy Priorities. CEPS Essay No. 20, 16 December 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. and Alcidi, Cinzia. (2015) Economic Policy Coordination in the Euro Area under the European Semester. CEPS Special Report No. 123, December 2015. UNSPECIFIED.

Giuli , Marco (2015) End of an energy honeymoon: what’s next for Russia-Turkey energy relations? EPC Commentary, 7 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hallerberg, Mark. and Gandrud, Christopher and Copelovitch, Mark (2015) Financial regulatory transparency: new data and implications for EU policy. Bruegel Policy Brief 2015/20, December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain (2015) Household Final Consumption in the EU: The key driver for a sustainable recovery? ECRI Commentary No. 18, 4 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2015) Information Guide: European Union information from USA sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Leahy, Pablo Gómez (2015) The Interregional Association Agreement between the European Union and Mercosur: Is the Timing Right? Bruges Political Research Papers 46/2015. [Policy Paper]

Tartes, Annika (2015) The Limited Influence of the European Union in Armenia and Azerbaijan: A Domestic Explanation. EU Diplomacy Paper 9/2015. [Working Paper]

Veugelers, Reinhilde. (2015) Matching research and innovation policies in EU countries. Bruegel Working Paper 2015/16, December 2015. [Working Paper]

Hedberg, Annika (2015) Nord Stream II-testing EU and credibility. EPC Commentary, 16 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Alharthi, Awwad Atiah (2015) The Path towards 1.5 degrees Celsius. CEPS Policy Brief No. 336, 3 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain and Lannoo, Karel. (2015) Relaunching the European Retail Finance Market: Comments on the Commission's Green Paper. ECRI Commentary No. 20, 15 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Redissi, Hamadi and Ayadi, Afifa (2015) Shall Tunisia Succeed in Becoming a Strong Democratic State? EUSpring Arab Citizenship Review No. 13, December 2015. [Policy Paper]

ROY, Thibault (2015) System Costs of Variable Renewable Energy in the European Union. Bruges European Economic Policy (BEEP) Briefings 37/2015. [Policy Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2015) Think Tank Review Issue 30, December 2015. [EU Other]

Sørensen, Catharina (2015) To be in, or to be out: reflections on the Danish referendum. EPIN Commentary No. 29, 10 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Daryoush, Toutia and Hedberg, Annika (2015) Towards better health outcomes - What role for pharmaceutical innovation? EPC Policy Brief, 10 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Ivan, Paul (2015) The Ukraine crisis and the demise of the European Security order. EPC Policy Brief, 1 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain (2015) What drives household consumption in the EU-28? ECRI Commentary No. 19, 4 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Brouwer, Evelien. and Groenendijk, Kees and Carrera, Sergio (2015) What is happening to the Schengen borders? CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 86, December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and De Groen, Willem Pieter (2015) Will the Single Resolution Fund be a ‘baby tiger’ during the transition? CEPS Commentary, 17 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

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