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2017

UNSPECIFIED (2017) COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT Accompanying the document REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL on the implementation in 2013-2014 of Regulation (EC) No 561/2006 on the harmonisation of certain social legislation relating to road transport and of Directive 2002/15/EC on the organisation of the working time of persons performing mobile road transport activities (28th report from the Commission on the implementation of the social legislation relating to road transport) {COM(2017) 117 final}. SWD(2017) 100 final, 7 March 2017. [EU Commission - COM Document]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS Consumer Financial Services Action Plan: Better Products, More Choice. COM (2017) 139 final, 23 March 2011. [EU Commission - COM Document]

Echikson, William (2017) Competition in the Mobile Era. CEPS Commentary, 20 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Thomadakis, Apostolos (2017) Developing EU Capital Markets for SMEs: Mission impossible? ECMI Commentary No. 46 / 4 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Stefan, Simone (2017) The Discipline of Minority Issues in the Russian Federation. EDAP 01/2017. [Working Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan and Egenhofer, Christia (2017) The EU ETS price may continue to be low for the foreseeable future – Should we care? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/22, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Stüwe, Robert (2017) EU External Energy Policy in Natural Gas: A Case of Neofunctionalist Integration? ZEI Discussion Paper C241/2017. [Discussion Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) European Central Bank (1998-present). Preceeded by European Monetary Institute (1994-1998). Preceeded by Committee of Governors (1992-1994). Preceeded by European Monetary Cooperation Fund (EMCF) (1973-1992). ECB site contains documents since 1992. I do not know of a source for EMCF documents. [EU Other]

Jessen, Erik (2017) European Diplomacy in the Iran Nuclear Negotiations: What Impact Did It Have? Bruges Political Research Papers 61/2017. [Working Paper]

Rizcallah, Cecilia (2017) European and International Criminal Cooperation: A Matter of Trust? Case Note 1/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Renard, Thomas. (2017) Europe’s “new” jihad: Homegrown, leaderless, virtual. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 89 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Raunio, Tapio and Wiberg, Matti. (2017) The Impact of the European Union on National Legislation. ZEI Discussion Paper C240 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Hassel, Arndt and Egenhofer, Christian and Jansen, Jaap and Behrens, Arno and Stroia, Cristian (2017) Improving Cooperation among EU Member States in Handling Electricity Crises: Lessons for the Regulation on risk-preparedness. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017-25, July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Strachota, Krzysztof and Lang, Józef (2017) Iraqi Kurdistan – the beginning of a new crisis in the Middle East? OSW COMMENTARY No. 247, 2017-08-08. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Geddes, Andrew. and Guild, Elspeth and Stefan, Marco and Mikkel Barslund, Mikkel Barslund and Graziano Battistella, Graziano Battistella and Matthias Busse, Matthias Busse and Bjarney Fridriksdottir, Bjarney Fridriksdottir and Leonhard den Hertog, Leonhard den Hertog and Petra Herzfeld Olsson, Petra Herzfeld Olsson and Mari Korpela, Mari Korpela and Dora Kostakopoulou , Dora Kostakopoulou and Jelle Kroes, Jelle Kroes and Gabriela Marti, Gabriela Marti and Marion Panizzon, Marion Panizzon and Rinus Penninx, Rinus Penninx and Pirkko Pitkänen, Pirkko Pitkänen and Neelam D. Sabharwal, Neelam D. Sabharwal and Simon Tans, Simon Tans and Marie-José L. Tayah, Marie-José L. Tayah and Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Fanny Tittel-Mosser and Agnieszka Weinar, Agnieszka Weinar (2017) Pathways towards Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies. CEPS Paperback, September 2017. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-630-4

Westlake, Martin (2017) Possible Future European Union Party-Political Systems. Bruges Political Research Papers 60/2017. [Working Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL Third Annual Report on the Implementation of Part IV of the Agreement establishing an Association between the European Union and its Member States, on the one hand, and Central America on the other. COM (2017) 160 final, 5 April 2017. [EU Commission - COM Document]

Erlbacher, Friedrich (2017) Recent Case Law on External Competences of the European Union: How Member States can embrace their own Treaty. EPIN Working Paper No. 43 / January 2017. [Working Paper]

Gehler, Michael (2017) Revolutionäre Ereignisse und geoökonomischstrategische Ergebnisse: Die EU- und NATO- „Osterweiterungen“ 1989-2015 im Vergleich. ZEI Discussion Paper C239 2017 = Revolutionary events and geo-economic strategies and results: The EU and NATO "east enlargements" compared to 1989-2015. ZEI Discussion Paper C239 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Overguaard, Heidi and Luscia-Roddick, Jennifer Elizabeth Anne and McPheeMcFieMcFee//, Ana and MousemouRel, Jennifer E and Vladimir's, Czarine and Ve-Artruet, Satire (Satirlve) and Luscia, Winnifred Diane and Luscial/n, Elizabeth and Denmark's, Aurora (2017) The Ruling Tzar Policy. [Policy Paper] (Submitted)

Wenerski, Łukasz (2017) Russia’s New Hope? Russian youth between protest and conformity. Policy Brief 09/2017. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Akgüç, Mehtap and Laurentsyeva, Nadzeya and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Sharing responsibility for refugees and expanding legal migration. 2017 MEDAM ASSESSMENT REPORT ON ASYLUM AND MIGRATION POLICIES IN EUROPE. UNSPECIFIED.

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review - Special Issue: EU politics, extremist parties and populism. April 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review - Special Issue: the EU and migration, 28 June 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review - Special Issue: the EU and migration, 28 June 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review - Special Issue: the EU energy policy. 10 November 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 42, January 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 43, February 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 44 March 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 45 April 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 46 May 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 47 June 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 48 July 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 49 September 2017. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 50 October 2017. Special focus on digitalisation. [EU Other]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 52 December 2017. Special Issue Brexit on the border: theories for possible realities. [EU Other]

January 2017

Duff, Andrew (2017) After Schulz: the election of the new president of the European Parliament. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 January 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Can the EU survive in an age of populism? CEPS Commentary, 9 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Poplawski, Konrad (2017) Capital does have nationality: Germany’s fears of Chinese investments. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 230 | 25.01.2017. [Policy Paper]

Chan, Stephanie and van Wijnbergen, Sweder (2017) CoCo Design, Risk Shifting Incentives and Financial Fragility. ECMI Working Paper No. 2 / January 2017. [Working Paper]

Marcu, Andrei and Stoefs, Wijnand and Tuokko, Katja and Egenhofer, Christian. and Renda, Andrea. and Simonelli, Felice and Genoese, Fabio and Storti, Edoardo and Drabik, Eleanor and Hähl, Thomas and Overgaag, Martijn and Grave, Katharina and Koper, Michele and Luchetta, Giacomo and Freudenthaler, Maximilian and Bolognini, Alberto (2017) Composition and drivers of energy prices and costs: Case studies in selected energy-intensive industries. Final Report. CEPS Special Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2017) Constitutional changes in Turkey: A presidential system or the president’s system? EPC Commentary, 24 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2017) Cyprus negotiations (part I) - Heading into the end game? EPC Commentary, 9 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2017) Europa im Internet Eine Auswahl nützlicher Webseiten, Datenbanken und Dokumente mit Informationen zur Europäischen Union und Europa. January 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Thirion, Gilles (2017) European Fiscal Union: Economic rationale and design challenges. CEPS Working Document No. 2017-01 / January 2017. [Working Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) European defence after Brexit: Flying on one engine? Egmont Commentary, 11 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Wood, Donna E. (2017) A European unemployment benefits scheme: Lessons from Canada. CEPS Working Document No. 2017-02 / January 2017. [Working Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Europe’s post-Brexit retrenchment. Egmont Commentary, 30 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Vandenbussche, Thijs (2017) For my next trick I’ll need a volunteer: The role of ENGOs in integrating environmental concerns in the European biofuel policy through the European Parliament. Bruges Political Research Papers 55/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Zuleeg, Fabian and Tasheva, Iva (2017) Future of taxation in the single market. EPC Policy Brief, 27 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Coibion, Thomas (2017) How Effective Is the EU as a Mediator? The Case of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. EU Diplomacy Paper 01/2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) How Europe sees Brexit. EPC Discussion Paper, 24 January 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: Andorra. January 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: European Union information from French sources. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: Informations sur l’Union européenne des sources françaises. UNSPECIFIED.

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: Sweden. January 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Kalcik, Robert and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Is Brexit an opportunity to reform the European Parliament? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚2 | 2017, 27 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Stefan, Marco (2017) Migration versus Mobility in EU External Action towards Asia: A closer look at EU relations with China, India, the Philippines and Thailand. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/01, 27 January 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Loskot-Strachota, Agata (2017) The OPAL pipeline: controversies about the rules for its use and the question of supply security. OSW Commentary NUMBER 229 | 17.01.2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth (2017) Offshore processing of asylum applications Out of sight, out of mind? CEPS Commentary, 27 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Optimism and rearmament. Egmont Commentary, 6 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Theresa May’s Brexit Speech of 17 January 2017 – Decoding its clarity and ambiguity. CEPS Policy Insight No. 2017/01, 25 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Sondermann, David (2017) Towards More Resilient Economies: The role of well-functioning economic structures. CEPS Working Document No. 2017-03 /January 2017. [Working Paper]

Garben, Sacha and Kilpatrick, Claire and Muir, Elise (2017) Towards a European Pillar of Social Rights: upgrading the EU social acquis. College of Europe Policy Brief #1.17, January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) What if Mrs May had a strategy for Brexit, and her divided opponents had not? Egmont Commentary, 17 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt (2017) Why is it so hard to reach the EU’s ‘poverty’ target? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue No. 1 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven (2017) Will Brexit revive the Franco-German engine? EPC Policy Brief, 26 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2017) The market design proposal: the journey has only begun. EPC Commentary, 19 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The new EU energy package: towards more decarbonization and more complexity. Egmont Commentary, 13 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

February 2017

Brouwer, Evelien. (2017) AG Mengozzi’s conclusion in X and X v. Belgium on the positive obligation to issue humanitarian visas. A legitimate plea to ensure safe journeys for refugees. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/09, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ciechanowicz, Artur (2017) AfD – the alternative for whom? OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 231 | 10.02.2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) After Brexit: It’s a brave new world. CEPS Commentary, 14 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) After the UK’s Brexit White Paper – What’s the next move towards a CFTA? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/07, February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit and Europe: a new entente. EPC Discussion Paper, 23 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Brexit and the Asset Management Industry. ECMI Policy Brief No. 23 / February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Kalcik, Robert and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Brexit and the European financial system: mapping markets, players and jobs. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚4 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: the launch of Article 50. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 February 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Lombardi, Chris (2017) Building a capability-driven foundation for Europe’s defence. Egmont Commentary, 13 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ronceray, Martin (2017) A Bureaucratic Bias? EU Election Observation Missions in Africa: Between Independence and Development Industry. EU Diplomacy Paper 03/2017. [Policy Paper]

Krieb, Heinz (2017) Can Europe project Power? Egmont Commentary, 15 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Nair, Murali (2017) Can Modi make the elephant dance? Bertelsmann Asia Policy Brief, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zandee, Dick (2017) Core Groups: The way to real European defence. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 81 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav and Lenaerts, Karolien and Maselli, Ilaria (2017) Design of a European Unemployment Benefit Scheme. CEPS Research Report No 2017/04, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rieppola, Marikki (2017) The EU Advisory Mission Ukraine: Normative or Strategic Objectives? EU Diplomacy Paper 02/2017. [Policy Paper]

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Elections in Europe 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Simón, Luis (2017) Europe and Power: go global or go bust. Egmont Commentary, 13 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Demertzis, Maria and Sapir, André and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Europe in a new world order. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 2 | FEBRUARY 2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Blockmans, Steven. and Cassarino, Jean-Pierre and Gros, Daniel. and Guild, Elspeth and Letta, Enrico (2017) The European Border and Coast Guard Addressing migration and asylum challenges in the Mediterranean? CEPS Task Force Report, 1 February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Giuffrida, Fabio (2017) The European public prosecutor's office: king without kingdom? CEPS Research Report No. 2017/03, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Helly, Damien (2017) Europe’s enabling power: an EU strategy for international cultural relations. College of Europe Policy Brief #2.17, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý, Miroslav (2017) Feasibility and added value of a European Unemployment benefits scheme. CEPS Research Report. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Research Reports . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-576-5

Hassel, Arndt and Egenhofer, Christian. and Nicolescu, Razvan and Nica, Andreea and Elisei, Sorin (2017) Fulfilment of National Objectives under the Renewable Energy Directive: State of play and projections. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017/04, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain (2017) The Future of Retail Financial Services: What policy mix for a balanced digital transformation? Report of a CEPS-ECRI Task Force February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Di Bartolomeo, Anna and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Gender Inequality and Integration of Non-EU Migrants in the EU. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/06, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) In the final stages of revising the EU ETS, the Parliament takes one step back. CEPS Commentary, 17 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

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

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

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

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

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: European Union Information from Romanian sources. UNSPECIFIED.

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

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

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

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

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

Sapir, André and Schoenmaker, Dirk and Véron, Nicolas. (2017) Making the best of Brexit for the EU27 financial system. Bruegel Policy Brief Issue 1 / February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Aussilloux, Vincent and Bénassy-Quéré, Agnès and Fuest, Clemens and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Making the best of the European single market. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue No. 3 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Mr Fillon is becoming a growing problem for Europe. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alessandri, Emiliano and Balfour, Rosa and Bouchet, Nicolas and Youngs, Richard. (2017) New forms of democratic citizenship in the Middle East and North Africa: an alternative approach for the EU and the United States. Euspring Working Paper No. 3 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) One Market, One Money – A Mistaken Argument (post factum)? CEPS Policy Insight, 2017/05, 16 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Strzelecki, Jan (2017) Painful adaptation. The social consequences of the crisis in Russia. OSW STUDIES 60 2017-02-06. UNSPECIFIED.

Emerson, Michael and Cenușa, Denis (2017) President Dodon’s visit to Brussels – Contemplating economic suicide. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017-02/3 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. (2017) Reforming E-communications services: a critical assessment. In-depth analysis. CEPS Research Report, February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Russack, Sophia (2017) Regroup and Reform: Ideas for a more responsive and effective European Union. Report of the CEPS Task Force. CEPS Task Force Report, 17 February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Menkiszak, Marek (2017) Russia’s best enemy. Russian policy towards the United States in Putin’s era. OSW Point of View Number 62, February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Giuli , Marco (2017) Russia’s nuclear energy diplomacy in the Middle East: why the EU should take notice. EPC Policy Brief, 21 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý , Miroslav and Lenaerts, Karolien (2017) Stabilising the European Economic and Monetary Union: What to expect from a common unemployment benefits scheme? CEPS Research Report No 2017/02, February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Hoste, Jean-Christophe (2017) Three blows for the Kenyatta government. Egmont Commentary, 2 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kostanyan, Hrant. (2017) Ukraine’s unimplemented anti-corruption reform. CEPS Commentary, 10 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Leceta, Jose Manuel and Renda, Andrea. and Könnölä, Totti and Simonelli, Felice (2017) Unleashing Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Europe: People, Places and Policies. Report of a CEPS Task Force February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2017) We don’t do enough for the rule of law. Egmont Commentary, 10 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Yes, NATO is obsolete. Egmont Commentary, 6 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) An appeal to the moderate Trump. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) The case for more Europe in the Alliance. Egmont Commentary, 16 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Westlake, Martin (2017) The inevitability of gradualness: the longer-term origins of the 23 June 2016 ‘Brexit’ referendum. Bruges Political Research Papers 56/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Fabbrini, Federico (2017) spotlight europe 01/2017: Reforming Economic and Monetary Union: Legislation and Treaty Change. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) A well-managed Brexit is a priority for the entire EU. CEPS Commentary, 3 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

March 2017

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. and Fabbri, Francesca and Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven and Schout, Adriaan and Stratulat, Corina and Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) The 2017 elections across Europe: facts, expectations and consequences. European democracy: baptism by vote or by fire? EPC Discussion Paper, 14 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael and Busse, Mathias and Di Salvo, Mattia and Gros, Daniel. and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2017) An Assessment of the Economic Impact of Brexit on the EU27. 22 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: how to manage the talks and the transition. EPC Discussion Paper, 27 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zachmann, Georg. (2017) Carbon buyers' club: international emissions trading beyond Paris. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 3 | MARCH 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lehmann, Alexander (2017) Carving out legacy assets: a successful tool for bank restructuring? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚9 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian. and Stroia, Cristian and Popov, Julian (2017) Channelling Progress in Central and South East European Energy Market Integration. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/11, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rinaldi, David and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge (2017) Cheers to a new solar system – and EU investment strategy. CEPS Commentary, 7 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bárd, Petra and Carrera, Sergio (2017) The Commission’s Decision on ‘Less EU’in Safeguarding the Rule of Law: A play in four acts. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/08, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tuokko, Katja and Greenwood, Justin. (2017) Despite teething problems, the ECI stimulates European-wide debates. EPIN Commentary No. 37/20 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Raposo, Inês Goncalves (2017) Divorce settlement or leaving the club? A breakdown of the Brexit bill. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 03 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Tubakovic, Tamara (2017) A Dublin IV recast: A new and improved system? Egmont European Policy Brief No. 46, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

van den Boom, Benedikt (2017) EU Region-Building in the Neighbourhood. The Eastern Partnership’s Contribution in the South Caucasus. EU Diplomacy Paper 04/2017. [Policy Paper]

Chomicz, Ewa (2017) EU budget post-Brexit. Confronting reality, exploring viable solutions. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 March 2017. [Discussion Paper]

McNamara, Frank and Pascouau, Yves (2017) EU external migration policy: In the kingdom of the blind the one-eyed man is king. EPC Commentary, 6 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hu, Weinian and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2017) EU-China Leadership in Trade Policy: Feasible? Desirable? CEPS Commentary, 20 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Author, No (2017) EU-Japan: free trade agreement a sign of commitment to economic cooperation. Future Social Market Economy Policy Brief #2017.01. [Policy Paper]

Brouwer, Evelien. (2017) The European Court of Justice on Humanitarian Visas: Legal integrity vs. political opportunism? CEPS Commentary, 16 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Funk, Marco (2017) European Parliament mid-term election: what impact on migration policy? EPC Commentary, 16 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2017) Europe’s telecoms reform fails to fly. CEPS Commentary, 3 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ezrow, Lawrence and Böhmelt, Tobias and Lehrer, Roni (2017) Exploring the Effects of Party Policy Diffusion on Parties’ Election Strategies. IHS Political Science Series Working Paper No. 144, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) France is headed for big trouble. Europe, be warned. Egmont Commentary, 23 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ben-Haim, Yakov and Demertzis, Maria and Van Den End, Jan Willem (2017) Fundamental uncertainty and unconventional monetary policy: an info-gap approach. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 1 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Ryan, John (2017) Geopolitical influences on the future of Renminbi. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 82, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2017) Germany's security policy and the Trump administration: modified rhetoric and moderate commitments. OSW Commentary Number 232 | 22.02.2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The House of Lords’ report on the “Brexit bill” : an extremely dangerous development for the coming negotiation. Egmont Commentary, 7 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. (2017) How can Sustainable Development Goals be ‘mainstreamed’ in the EU’s Better Regulation Agenda? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/12, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Thomadakis, Apostolos (2017) How close are we to a Capital Markets Union? ECMI Commentary No. 44 / 17 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gandrud, Christopher and Hallerberg, Mark. (2017) How not to create zombie banks: lessons for Italy from Japan. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚6 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) How the EU can save NATO. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 83, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Yilmaz, Sinem (2017) How the EU should respond to Erdoğan's constitutional coup d’état. CEPS Commentary, 1 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian and Cioriciu (Puie), Anca (2017) How to make the most of the EU’s financial potential? Egmont European Policy Brief No. 47, March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kłysiński, Kamil (2017) Illusions of power and stark realities: The second year of the economic crisis in Belarus. OSW Commentary Number 233 | 14.03.2017. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Costello, Cathryn and Moreno-Lax, Violeta (2017) Implementation of the 2015 Council Decisions establishing provisional measures in the area of international protection for the benefit of Italy and of Greece. Study. PE 583 132. CEPS Research Report, March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

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

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

Cardiff EDC, . (2017) Information Guide: Информационен справочник. March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Darvas, Zsolt and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Institutional investors and home bias in Europe’s Capital Markets Union. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 2 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Gros, Daniel. and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Rinaldi, David (2017) The Instruments providing Macro-Financial Support to EU Member States. CEPS Research Report No 2017/06, March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) No deal is the worst deal yet Brexfast is still in the cards. EPC Policy Centre Commentary, 29 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Pursuing Multiple Objectives with the Banking Reform Package: Who can still follow? CEPS Commentary, 17 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Stratulat, Corina (2017) The Romanian protests: democratic progress or a ride on a rocking horse? EPC Commentary, 27 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2017) The Rome Declaration – An imperfect display of unity. EPC Post-Summit Commentary, 27 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hine, Robert (2017) Sink or Swim? UK Trade Arrangements after Brexit. Bruges Political Research Papers 57/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Dhéret, Claire and Fransen, Lieve (2017) Social Investment first! A precondition for a modern Social Europe. EPC Issue Paper No. 82, March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

de Vries, Catherine and Hoffman, Isabell (2017) Supportive but wary. How Europeans feel about the EU 60 years after the Treaty of Rome. eupinions #2017/1. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Yilmaz , Sinem (2017) Turkey and the Codification of Autocracy. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/10 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Frymark, Kamil (2017) The Turkish campaign in Germany. Rising tensions between Berlin and Ankara. OSW COMMENTARY 2017-03-23. [Policy Paper]

McNamara, Frank (2017) Ulster says ‘Remain’. Brexit and the Northern Irish election result. EPC Commentary, 10 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) What happened to global banking after the crisis? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚7 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) What kind of divorce: a clean, hard Brexit or a messy, confrontational Brexfast? EPC Commentary, 9 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Grant, Stephanie (2017) What role for the EU in the UN negotiations on a Global Compact on Migration? CEPS Research Report No 2017/05, March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Bordignon, Massimo and Moriconi, Simone (2017) The case for a common European refugee policy. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚8 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Van Rompuy, Herman and Bonazzi, Roberta and Frontini, Andrea and Ritzmann, Alexander and Manea, Elham and Goodwin, Matthew and Azinovic´, Vlado and Murat Seyrek, Demir and Paul, Paul and Farid,, Marwa and Sutton, Rupert and Abbas, Tahir and Vidino, Lorenzo (2017) The challenge of Jihadist radicalisation. In Europe and beyond. 2017. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Special Reports . UNSPECIFIED.

Petropoulos, Georgios (2017) An economic review of the collaborative economy. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚5 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fabbrini, Federico (2017) flashlight europe 03/2017: Brexit and a Multi-speed Europe: a Lawyer's Perspective. Interview / 16 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

April 2017

Biscop, Sven. (2017) All or nothing? European and British strategic autonomy after the Brexit. Egmont Paper 87. September 2016. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: après May, le déluge. EPC Discussion Paper, 12 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Giuli , Marco (2017) Brexiting the Energy Union: what do the negotiation positions imply? EPC Commentary, 19 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Can the British Brexit notification be withdrawn? Egmont Commentary, 21 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lang, Józef (2017) Central Asia: the crisis of the migration model and its potential impact on the EU. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 237 | 25.04.2017. [Policy Paper]

Vasileios Rizos, Vasileios Rizos and Katja Tuokko, Katja Tuokko and Arno Behrens, Arno Behrens (2017) The Circular Economy: A review of definitions, processes and impacts. CEPS Research Report No 2017/8, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2017) The Counterterrorism Yearbook 2017: Europe. Egmont Commentary, 6 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

André, Sophie and Devroe, Elke and Duquet , Nils and Lemeunier, France and Ponsaers, Paul and Renard, Thomas and Seron, Vincent (2017) Counterterrorism in Belgium: Key challenges and policy options. Egmont Paper 89, October 2016. [Policy Paper]

Shenglin, Ben and Simonelli, Felice and Ruidong, Zhang and Bosc, Romain and Wenwei, Li (2017) Digital Infrastructure: Overcoming the digital divide in emerging economies. CEPS Special Report, 5 April 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2017) EU Cultural Diplomacy in the MENA region: a qualitative mapping of initiatives promoting regional cooperation. IES Working Paper Issue 2017/2 • April 2017. [Working Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2017) EU-China co-operation in global governance: going beyond the conceptual gap. Egmont Paper 92, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dadush, Uri and Demertzis, Maria and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Europe's role in North Africa: development, investment and migration. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue No. 10 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rinaldi, David and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge (2017) The European Fund for Strategic Investments as a New Type of Budgetary Instrument. CEPS Research Report No 2017/07, April 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Ujvari, Balazs (2017) The European Union and the China-led transformation of global economic governance. Egmont Paper 85, June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dadush, Uri and Demertzis, Maria and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Europe’s role in North Africa: development, investment and migration. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚10 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Europe’s “Maginato” Complex. Egmont Commentary, 17 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lang, Józef (2017) Exporting Jihad – Islamic terrorism from Central Asia. OSW COMMENTARY Number 236 / 12.04.2017. [Policy Paper]

Maldonado, Joana Elisa (2017) Financial Systems and Income Inequality. Bruges European Economic Research Papers 36/2017. [Policy Paper]

Duruflé, Gilles and Hellman, Thomas and Wilson, Karen (2017) From start-up to scale-up: examining public policies for the financing of high-growth ventures. Bruegel Working Paper 04 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven (2017) Germany and the next French president: in search of the best partner. EPC Commentary, 20 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2017) ‘I wouldn’t start from here’: the making of European Banking Supervision, and the road ahead. Egmont Paper 90, November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2017) Information Guide: The EU Referendum, 23 June 2016. The United Kingdom and the European Union: A guide to information sources Part 2 – After the Referendum. April 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Costa, Olivier (2017) Is the French presidential election a referendum on EU membership? College of Europe Policy Brief #3.17, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and den Hertog, Leonhard and Stefan, Marco (2017) It wasn't me! The Luxembourg Court orders on the EU-Turkey refugee deal. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017-15/April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Vogel, Toby (2017) Libya: The strategy that wasn’t. CEPS Commentary, 6 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2017) Limited liability for the net? The Future of Europe’s E-Commerce Directive. CEPS Commentary, 13 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Costa, Olivier (2017) L’élection présidentielle française: un référendum sur l’appartenance à l’Union? = The French presidential election: a referendum on membership of the Union. College of Europe Policy Brief #3.17, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Cenciarelli, Althea (2017) Norms and interests in the Caspian region: bridging the division between ENP and EUCAS. Bruges Political Research Papers 58/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Doherty, Brian and Lang, John Temple. and McCrudden, Christopher and McGowan, Lee and Phinnemor, David and Schiek, Dagmar (2017) Northern Ireland and Brexit: the European Economic Area option. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bárd , Petra (2017) The Open Society and Its Enemies: An attack against CEU, academic freedom and the rule of law. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017/14, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) Oratio pro PESCO. Egmont Paper 91. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt (2017) Regional and global financial safety nets: the recent European experience and its implications for regional cooperation in Asia. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 06 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Author, No (2017) Revue GRASPE/GRASPE Review. Groupe de Réflexion sur l’avenir du Service Public Européen. Reflection Group on the Future of the European Civil Service Cahier n° 30 January 2017. GRASPE Cahier No 30, January 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Demertzis, Maria and Lehmann, Alexander (2017) Tackling Europe’s crisis legacy: a comprehensive strategy for bad loans and debt restructuring. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue No. 11 2017. [Policy Paper]

Pfaltzgraff, Robert (2017) The Trump Administration and Europe. College of Europe Policy Brief #4.17, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Bigo, Didier and Carrera, Sergio (2017) Trump's travel bans. Harvesting personal data and requiem for the EU-US Privacy Shield. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017/03, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth and Bigo, Didier and Carrera, Sergio (2017) Trump’s Travel Bans Harvesting personal data and requiem for the EU-US Privacy Shield. CEPS Policy Insights No. 2017/13, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Two-Speed Europe: Yes, But. Egmont Commentary, 6 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) The UK’s general election: Mandate for a softer Brexit or preparation for going over the cliff edge? EPC Commentary, 18 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Geeraerts , Gustaaf (2017) The US and China between dependence and rivalry. Egmont Commentary, 10 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2017) Ukrainian politics: the balance of forces after three years of war. OSW COMMENTARY Number 238 / 28.04.2017. [Policy Paper]

Uziębło, Jan Jakub (2017) United in Ambiguity? EU and NATO Approaches to Hybrid Warfare and Hybrid Threats. EU Diplomacy Paper 05/2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Yilmaz, Sinem (2017) Why the EU should terminate accession negotiations with Turkey. CEPS Commentary, 19 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Strachota, Krzysztof (2017) The constitutional referendum – another step towards a New Turkey. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 239 | 28.04.2017. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub (2017) The drifting of China’s reforms. Economic policy during Xi Jinping’s first term. OSW Point of View 63 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Berger, Bennet and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) The global decline in the labour income share: is capital the answer to Germany’s current account surplus? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue No. 12 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone (2017) The political economy of Middle East and North Africa oil exporters in times of global decarbonisation. Bruegel Working Paper 05/2017. [Working Paper]

Iwański, Tadeusz (2017) The stable crisis. Ukraine’s economy three years after the Euromaidan. OSW Commentary NUMBER 235 | 05.04.2017. [Policy Paper]

May 2017

Dhéret, Claire (2017) Achieving social triple A: What role for EU cohesion policy1? EPC Policy Brief, 31 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Piechal, Tomasz (2017) The Amber Rush in Ukraine. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 241 | 08.05.2017. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon (2017) At crossroads. Current problems of Russia’s gas sector. OSW Studies Number 63 March 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Nieto, María J. (2017) Banks and Environmental Sustainability: Some reflections from the perspective of financial stability. CEPS Policy Brief No. 2017/01, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: time for Plan B. EPC Discussion Paper, 31 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Dabrowski, Marek (2017) Central Asia at 25. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚13 | May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hu , Weinian and Pelkmans, Jacques (2017) China-EU Leadership in Globalisation: Ambition and capacity. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/18, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Rostas, Iulius and Vosyliūtė , Lina (2017) Combating Institutional Anti-Gypsyism: Responses and promising practices in the EU and selected Member States. CEPS Research Report No 2017/08, May 2017 Friday, 19 May 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Arnould, Valerie (2017) A Court in Crisis? The ICC in Africa, and Beyond. Egmont Paper 93, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Van der Loo , Guillaume (2017) The Court’s Opinion on the EU-Singapore FTA: Throwing off the shackles of mixity? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/17, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Domańska, Maria (2017) Crisis in Russia. The degradation of the model of economic governance. OSW Studies 61, February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Bassotti , Giorgio (2017) Did the European Union Light a Beacon of Hope in North Africa? Assessing the Effectiveness of EU Democracy Promotion in Tunisia. EU Diplomacy Paper 6/2017. [Policy Paper]

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2017) EU Cultural Diplomacy: time to define strategies, means and complementarity with Member States. EL-CSID Policy Brief ssue 2017/2 • May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Huijskens, Fleur and Turcsanyi, Richard and Ujvari, Balazs (2017) The EU in the AIIB: taming China’s influence from within. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 86 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Richey, Mason (2017) EU-South Korea security relations: The current state of play. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 87 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) Europe and the great powers: playing our Trump cards. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 84, April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The European Union is exaggerating in its demands for Brexit, especially about the European Court of Justice’s future role. Egmont Commentary, 29 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Europe’s new hope? CEPS Commentary, 4 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Thirion, Gilles (2017) Fiscal Risk Sharing and Resilience to Shocks: Lessons for the euro area from the US. CEPS Working Document No 2017/07, May 2017. [Working Paper]

Huguenot-Noël, Robin (2017) The French presidential election: an (E)U-turn in the making? EPC Commentary, 4 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hatzopoulos, Vassilis (2017) From Economic Crisis to Identity Crisis: The Spoliation of EU and National Citizenships. Research Paper in Law 01 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Belke, Ansgar and Gros, Daniel. (2017) Greece and the Troika - Lessons from international best practice cases of successful price (and wage) adjustment. CEPS Working Document No. 2017/05, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Foret, François (2017) How the European External Action Service Deals with Religion through Religious Freedom. EU Diplomacy Paper 7/2017. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Efstathiou, Konstantinos (2017) Is the recent increase in long-term interest rates a threat to euro-area recovery? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚14 | May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2017) The Macedonian Crisis – A failure of EU conflict management? CEPS Commentary, 5 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and D’Imperio , Paolo and Thirion, Gilles (2017) Macron's victory brings new hope across Europe on several fronts. CEPS Commentary 8 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Simón, Luis (2017) Moon’s Election and the Security of the Korean Peninsula. EC-CSID Policy Brief Issue 2017/01 • May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Terzi, Özlem and Pars Alan, Berlan (2017) NEAR or FEAR: The Security Aspects of EU Enlargement. College of Europe Policy Brief #5, 17 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - BELGIUM. EPC Report May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Jokela, Juha (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - FINLAND. EPC Report, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Koenig, Nicole (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - GERMANY. EPC Report May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) New market conduct rules for financial intermediaries: Will complexity bring transparency? ECMI Policy Brief No. 24, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain (2017) Recent Trends and Developments in European Mortgage Markets. ECRI Commentary No. 21, 30 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Author, No (2017) Reconstructing the Union - Report of the 2017 CEPS Ideas Lab. CEPS Report, 12 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bruton, John (2017) Reflections on Brexit and its Implications for Ireland. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/16/May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian and Bruguière, Jean-Michel and Tasheva, Iva and Dumont, Frédéric (2017) Rewarding quality journalism or distorting the Digital Single Market? The case for and against neighbouring rights for press publishers. EPC Discussion Paper, 29 May 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia and D’Imperio , Paolo and Thirion, Gilles (2017) Risk-sharing and Consumption-smoothing Patterns in the US and the Euro Area: A comprehensive comparison. CEPS Working Document No 2017/04, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Howorth, Jolyon (2017) Strategic autonomy and EU-NATO cooperation: squaring the circle. Security Policy Brief No. 85 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Franklin, Paula (2017) Sustainable Development Goal on Health (SDG3): The opportunity to make EU health a priority. EPC Discussion Paper, 18 May 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Funk, Marco and Mc Namara, Frank and Pardo, Romain and Rose, Norma (2017) Tackling irregular migration through development-a flawed approach? EPC Discussion paper, 22 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Towards a More Resilient Global Economy. CEPS Report, 12 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Metivier, Jeanne and Di Salvo, Mattia and Pelkmans, Jacques (2017) Transatlantic Divergences in Globalisation and the China Factor. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/19, May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) Trump first. Egmont Commentary 2017/05/29. [Policy Paper]

Kucharczyk, Jacek and Łada, Agnieszka (2017) flashlight europe 04/2017: Policy Brief 4/2017-Poland and the EU: two-speed Europe would undermine the achievements of enlargement. [Policy Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. (2017) The governance and ownership of significant euro-area banks. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚15 | May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Wiśniewska, Iwona (2017) The improving economic situation in Russia: reality or creative statistics? OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 240 | 05.05.2017. [Policy Paper]

Konończuk, Wojciech (2017) The never-ending collapse. The state of the Ukrainian oil sector. OSW Report, April 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Duff, Andrew (2017) The rise of post-national democracy: Macron, Brexit and the electoral reform of the European Parliament. EPC Discussion Paper 10 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon and Kłysiński, Kamil (2017) The story that never ends. A new stage in the energy dispute between Russia and Belarus. OSW COMMENTARY 2017-05-17. [Policy Paper]

June 2017

Darczewska, Jolanta and Żochowski, Piotr (2017) Active measures. Russia’s key export. OSW Point of View 64, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Nohra, Fouad (2017) The Arab Representation of European Democratic Values and the Influence of Euro-Arab Relations. EL-CSID Working Paper Issue 2017/4 • June 2017. [Working Paper]

Pascouau, Yves (2017) An Australian ‘model’ for the EU’s migration crisis? EPC Commentary, 2 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Senocak, Naciye Selin (2017) The Axiology of EU Cultural Diplomacy in Muslim Majority Countries. The Paradox of Turkey. EL-CSID Working Paper Issue 2017/3 • June 2017. [Working Paper]

Chang, Michele (2017) Can Brexit Lead to Further Integration? The Case of Economic and Monetary Union. College of Europe Policy Brief #6.17, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. (2017) Charting the next steps for the EU financial supervisory architecture. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚16 | June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Could the decrease in Belgian government debt-servicing costs offset increased age-related expenditure? CEPS Working Document No. 2017/06, June 2017. [Working Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2017) Crans-Montana - A ‘now or never’ moment for a Cyprus settlement? EPC Commentary, 26 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kostanyan, Hrant. and Remizov , Artem and Mundus, Erasmus (2017) The Donbas Blockade: Another blow to the Minsk peace process. CEPS Working Document No 2017/08, June 2017. [Working Paper]

Van der Loo, Guillaume (2017) The EU's Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative Study. CEPS Special Report, 24 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone (2017) Electrifying Africa: how to make Europe’s contribution count. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚17 | June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ujvar, Balazs (2017) European Economic Diplomacy: what role for the EIB? Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 88 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2017) The European Investment Bank: an overlooked (f)actor in EU external action? Egmont Paper 94, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tasheva, Iva (2017) European cybersecurity policy – Trends and prospects. EPC Policy Brief, 8 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) The Eurozone’s Hidden Strengths. CEPS Commentary, 6 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

García-Herrero, Alicia and Xu, Jianwei (2017) How to handle state-owned enterprises in EU-China investment talks. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚18 | June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) Impact of the EU ETS across Member States and Sectors: Insights from the 2016 data. CEPS Commentary, 20 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Implications of the Expanding Use of Cash for Monetary Policy. CEPS Policy Contribution No 2017/21, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Integration vs. contestation: Belgian perspectives on the future of Europe. Egmont Commentary, 30 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dessus, Zephyr and Merja, Albana and Stratulat , Corina and Rexha, Albana (2017) Kosovo's EU candidate status: a goal within reach? EPC Discussion Paper, 28 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Frontini, Andrea (2017) The ‘Macron effect’ on European defence: En Marche, at last? EPC Commentary, 1 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Pagoulatos, George (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - GREECE. EPC Report, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mosler, Hannes B. (2017) President Moon Jae-in − The Right Choice for South Korea. Asia Policy Brief 2017/02. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Busse, Matthias (2017) Programming Brexit: How will the UK’s IT sector fare? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-24/ June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Tightening by Stealth: Why keeping the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve constant is equivalent to a gradual exit. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017-21. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Busse, Mathias and Gros, Daniel. (2017) Time for the ECB to normalise its monetary policy? Insights from the Taylor rule. CEPS Commentary, 8 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lombardi, Chris (2017) Trans-atlantic security: four imperatives for NATO. Egmont Commentary, 5 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Boeckx, Jef and De Sola Perea, Maite and Peersman, Gert (2017) The Transmission Mechanism of Credit Support Policies in the Euro Area. ECMI Working Paper No. 3, June 2017. [Working Paper]

Grevi, Giovanni (2017) Trump's America: the ordinary superpower. EPC Discussion Paper, 13 June 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) Trump’s Paris Exit: A blow to climate politics, but a boon to regional climate policy? CEPS Commentary, 15 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Uncertainty in the UK. EPC Commentary, 9 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lenaerts, Karolien and Paquier , Félix and Simonetta, Suzanne (2017) Unemployment Insurance in America: A model for Europe? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/23, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) What now? Options for Brexit - And a cry for help. EPC Discussion Paper, 15 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) What’s next after Theresa May’s spectacular own goal? CEPS Commentary, 12 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the future role of the European Court of Justice is a tricky topic for Brexit. Egmont Commentary, 27 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Veugelers, Reinhilde. (2017) The challenge of China’s rise as a science and technology powerhouse. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚19 | July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rizos, Vasileios and Behrens, Arno and Rinaldi, David and Drabik, Eleanor (2017) The contribution G20 governments can make to support the circular economy. CEPS Policy Brief, 2 June 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

von Cramon-Taubadel, Stephan and Heinemann, Friedrich (2017) flashlight europe 06/2017: The EU´s Common Agricultural Policy. Why reform is overdue. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas. (2017) A jihadi threat in mutation? Egmont Commentary, 23 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dhéret, Claire and Giuli , Marco (2017) The long journey to end energy poverty in Europe. EPC Policy Brief, 16 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Anger, Niels and Zannier, Leonardo (2017) A new era of EU energy policy? Delivering on the Energy Union by National Plans. CEPS Commentary, 6 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

July 2017

Warren, Mark E. (2017) The All Affected Interests Principle in Democratic Theory and Principle. IHS Political Science Series Working Paper No. 145, July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan and Blockmans, Steven. (2017) The ‘Berlin Process‘ for the Western Balkans– Is it delivering? CEPS Commentary, 13 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: No ordinary third country. EPC Discussion Paper, 6 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2017) The CSDP’s renaissance. Challenges and opportunities for the eastern flank. OSW Commentary NUMBER 243 | 28.06.2017. [Policy Paper]

Senocak, Naciye Selin (2017) Cultural Integration of Muslims in Europe: Prevention of Cultural Misunderstanding and Radicalism. EL-CSID Working Paper Issue 2017/5 • July 2017. [Working Paper]

Timmer, Yannick (2017) Cyclical Investment Behaviour across Financial Institutions. ECMI Working Paper No. 4 / July 2017. [Working Paper]

Jansen, Jaap (2017) Does the EU renewable energy sector still need a guarantees of origin market? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/25, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Viaud, Astrid (2017) EU Diplomacy and the Iran Nuclear Deal: Staying power? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-28 / 14 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Schmidt, Juliane (2017) The EU and Emerging Market Economies: Transformations and New Challenges. EPC Project Report July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas. (2017) Europe's "new" jihad: homegrown, leaderless, virtual. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 89 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Popetrevski, Vasko (2017) The European Commission’s Complicity in Macedonia’s State Capture. CEPS Commentary, 24 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) For a ‘Scrap-it’ Brexit – 33 reasons why … and counting. CEPS Commentary, 18 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lenaerts, Karolien and Beblavy, Miroslav and Kilhoffer, Zachary (2017) Government Responses to the Platform Economy: Where do we stand? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017-30/July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kilhoffer, Zachary and Beblavý, Miroslav (2017) The Great Recession’s Biggest Losers: The euro area’s jobless. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-29/July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs and Huijskens, Fleur and Tuscanyi, Richard (2017) How Europe can use the AIIB to influence China. Egmont Commentary, 20 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. (2017) Introducing EU Reduction Targets on Regulatory Costs: A Feasibility Study. CEPS Research Report No 2017/10 July 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Investing for the common good: a sustainable finance framework. Bruegel Essay and Lecture Series. UNSPECIFIED.

Hayward, Katy and Campbell, Maurice and Murphy, Rob (2017) The Irish Border as a Customs Frontier after Brexit. CEPS Commentary, 11 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Is Germany’s current account surplus bad for the world economy? CEPS Commentary, 27 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) The Italian Banking Saga: Symptom of a deeper underlying problem? CEPS Commentary, 7 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Mediterranean Migrants: Little help on offer for Italy. CEPS Commentary, 6 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alcaro , Riccardo (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - ITALY. EPC Report, July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. (2017) Precautionary recapitalisation: time for a review? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚21 | July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Reality bites: the Brexit negotiations seen from the other side of the Channel. EPC Commentary, 24 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Busse, Mathias and Gros, Daniel. (2017) Returns on Germany’s Foreign Savings: Equity rather than TARGET balances? CEPS Commentary, 27 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Di Salvo, Mattia (2017) Revisiting Sanctions on Russia and Counter-Sanctions on the EU: The economic impact three years later. CEPS Commentary, 13 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hunter, Alison (2017) Smart specialisation: championing the EU’s economic growth and investment agenda? EPC Commentary, 20 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Pupillo, Lorenzo (2017) Software Vulnerabilities Disclosure: The European landscape. CEPS Commentary, 31 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Łazowski, Adam (2017) Time to stop the Polish danse macabre. CEPS Commentary, 20 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mesdag, Frederik (2017) Towards a new way to finance the EU budget? Reflections on the Monti Report. College of Europe Policy Brief #7.17, July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Stefan, Marco (2017) The Transatlantic Dispute over Visas: The need for EU action in the face of US non-reciprocity, moving targets and the harvesting of EU citizens’ data. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017-26 / July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Benedetto, Giacomo. and Rinaldi, David and Aden, Hartmut (2017) Transparency and Oversight of the Council’s Budget: Council executive powers. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/11, July 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Giuli , Marco (2017) Trump’s gas doctrine: What does it mean for the EU? EPC Commentary, 26 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Uneven progress in implementing cross-border bank resolution in the EU. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-26/ July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Why the EU will have an industrial policy - but not necessarily a good one. EPC Commentary, 18 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo. (2017) With PESCO brought to life, will European defence live happily ever after? Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 90 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Sadowski, Rafal (2017) The aftermath of the crisis. An overhaul of Ukraine’s banking sector. OSW Studies 67, August 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Wilk, Andrzej (2017) The best army Ukraine has ever had. Changes in Ukraine’s armed forces since the Russian aggression. OSW Studies 66, July 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Struys, Wally (2017) The blurring of Belgium’s security: deliberate or unintended? Egmont Paper 95 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Leão, Augusto Veloso and Westerveen , Laura and Adam, Ilke (2017) The first year of implementation of the EU Action Plan on Integration: An evaluation of European policy coordination on migrant integration. Policy Brief Issue 2017/02 • July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) The inflation target trap. CEPS Commentary, 12 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) A macro approach to international bank resolution. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚20 | July 2017. [Policy Paper]

August 2017

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) At last, a Pan-European Pension Product! ECMI Commentary No. 45/4 August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bavoso, Vincenzo (2017) Capital Markets, Debt Finance and the EU Capital Markets Union: A law and finance critique. ECMI Working Paper No. 5 / October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Żochowski, Piotr and Jaroszewicz, Marta (2017) Combating corruption in Ukraine – awaiting the results. OSW Commentary NUMBER 244 | 12.07.2017. [Policy Paper]

Ciechanowicz, Artur (2017) Elections to the Bundestag: make or break for the liberal party. OSW Commentary NUMBER 248 | 23.06.2017. [Policy Paper]

Belke, Ansgar and Klose, Jens (2017) Equilibrium Real Interest Rates and Secular Stagnation: An Empirical Analysis for Euro-Area Member Countries. CEPS Working Document No 2017/09, August 2017. [Policy Paper]

De Groen, Willem Pieter and Lenaerts, Karolien and Bosc, Romain and Paquier, Felix (2017) Impact of digitalisation and the on-demand economy on labour markets and the consequences for employment and industrial relations. Final Study. CEPS Special Report, August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kilhoffer, Zachary and Lenaerts, Karolien and Beblavý , Miroslav (2017) The Platform Economy and Industrial Relations. Applying the old framework to the new reality. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/12, August 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Riley, Alan. (2017) US Sanctions: No conflict, no Nordstream threat – An opportunity for greater EU-US cooperation. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-31/August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Iordanoglou, Chrysafis and Matsaganis, Manos (2017) Why Grexit cannot save Greece (but staying in the Euro area might). LEQS Discussion Paper No. 123/2017 August 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Why are illiberal democrats popular? CEPS Commentary, 4 August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Groszkowski, Jakub and Iwański, Tadeusz and Sadecki, Andrzej (2017) A neighbour discovered anew. The Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary’s relations with Ukraine. OSW Report August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon (2017) A region with special needs. The Russian Far East in Moscow’s policy. OSW Studies 65 June 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

25 August 2017

Foldes, Stephan (2017) Comments on the notion of information system in the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, the EU directive, and selected penal codes. [Working Paper] (Unpublished)

September 2017

Beblavý, Miroslav (2017) Are we seeing ‘peak’ Germany? Why we should be cautious before recommending Merkel and Schröder to other countries. CEPS Commentary, 7 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kaczmarski, Marcin and Jakóbowski, Jakub (2017) Beijing’s mistaken offer: the ‘16+1’ and China’s policy towards the European Union. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 250 | 15.09.2017. [Policy Paper]

Frantziou , Eleni and Łazowski , Adam (2017) Brexit Transitional Period: The solution is Article 50. CEPS Commentary, 9 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fabbrini, Federico (2017) Brexit and freedom of movement in the EU: a legal primer. Interview September 2017. Bertelsmann EU-flashlight 2017/07. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth (2017) Brexit and the Treatment of EU Citizens by the UK Home Office. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-33/September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Van der Loo, Guillaume (2017) Brexit: Towards an ‘EFTA-like’ dispute settlement mechanism. CEPS Commentary, 31 August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: dealing with withdrawal symptoms. EPC Discussion Paper, 5 September 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian. and Stroia, Cristian (2017) CESEC 2.0: Opening the door to a new level of regional cooperation. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017-35/September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Demertzis, Maria and Mombelli, Gerardo and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Capital Markets Union and the fintech opportunity. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚22 | September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Nicolas Rüffin, Nicolas Rüffin and Schreiterer, Ulrich (2017) Case Study. Science and technology agreements in the toolbox of science diplomacy: Effective instruments or insignificant add-ons? EL-CSID Working Paper Issue 2017/6 • September 2017.

Gros, Daniel. (2017) The Commission’s Views on Strengthening the Euro Area: Barking up the wrong tree? CEPS Commentary, 14 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Collins, Neil and Bekenova, Kristina (2017) Digital diplomacy of the European Embassies in Kazakhstan. EL-CSID Policy Brief Issue 2017/03 • September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Vogel, Toby (2017) The EU and Israel - Partnership and the weight of history. CEPS Commentary, 7 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Selleslaghs, Joren (2017) EU-Latin American Science Diplomacy. EL-CSID Working Paper Issue 2017/8 • September 2017. [Working Paper]

Perilli , Andrea (2017) Erasmus student or EU ambassador? People-to-people contact in the European Neighbourhood policy: the cases of Georgia, Ukraine and Tunisia. Bruges Political Research Papers 59/2017. [Working Paper]

Forsch, Sebastian (2017) The European Union’s Changing Approach towards Multilateralism. EU Diplomacy Paper 08/2017. [Working Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. and Zettelmeyer, Jeromin (2017) A European perspective on overindebtedness. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚25 | September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. (2017) Europe’s fourfold union: Updating the 2012 vision. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚23 | September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Boers, Elke (2017) Exploring the Impact of the EU’s Promotion of Regional and Inter-regional Processes in the Black Sea Region through Science Diplomacy. EL-CSID Working paper Issue 2017/7 • September 2017. [Working Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) In the Brexit negotiation, the UK will never escape the close connection between judicial and trade cooperation. Egmont Commentary, 14 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Beblavý , Miroslav (2017) Is Juncker’s enthusiasm for a common labour authority premature? CEPS Commentary, 18 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Making public the travel costs of European Commissioners is something important. Egmont Commentary, 7 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Koenig, Thomas (2017) Managing Policy: Executive Agencies of the European Commission. IHS Political Science Series Working Paper No. 146, September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gaudot, Edouard (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - FRANCE. EPC Report September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Altomonte, Carlo and Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Filippo Biondi, Filippo Biondi and Bravo-Biosca, Albert and Bukowski , Maciej and Feliu, Justine and Kalcik, Robert and Marcus, J. Scott and Marin, Dalia and Merler, Silvia and Morales, John and Negri, Valeria and Petropoulos, Georgios and Śniegocki , Aleksander and Tagliapietra, Simone and Veugelers, Reinhilde and Zachmann, Georg (2017) Remaking Europe: the new manufacturing as an engine for growth. Bruegel Blueprint Series 26 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Reversing over the cliff edge? EPC Policy Brief, 18 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) The Single Monetary Policy and Its Decentralised Implementation: An assessment. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/36, September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Stocktaking after Theresa May’s Brexit speech in Florence: Key point – the transition, key omission – the future relationship. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-34/September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Theresa May's Florence speech: much ado about nothing. EPC Commentary, 22 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2017) To filter or not to filter - That is the question. CEPS Commentary, 13 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth and Vosyliūtė, Lina and Bárd, Petra (2017) Towards a Comprehensive EU Protection System for Minorities. CEPS Research Report, September 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Dabrowski, Marek (2017) Ukraine’s unfinished reform agenda. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚24 | September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Wenerski , Lukasz (2017) The Visegrad countries and "Post-Truth". Bertelsmann Policy Brief Policy Brief 06/2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Why are central bankers shifting the goalposts? CEPS Commentary, 8 September 201. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the sequencing of the Brexit negotiations should be abandoned. Egmont Commentary, 28 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Wilk, Andrzej (2017) The Zapad-2017 exercises: the information war (for now). OSW Commentary NUMBER 249 | 01.09.2017. [Policy Paper]

Laputska, Veranika (2017) The condition of NGOs and civil society in Belarus. Bertelsmann Policy Brief 07/2017. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2017) The great decommunisation. Ukraine’s wartime historical policy. OSW Point of View 66 (65?) September 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Szymański, Piotr (2017) The multi-speed Baltic States. Reinforcing the defence capabilities of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. OSW STUDIES 68 August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Papadia, Francesco and Roth, Alexander (2017) The single monetary policy and its decentralised implementation: An assessment - Bruegel - Monetary dialogue September 2017. [Policy Paper]

October 2017

Cameron, Fraser (2017) After Brexit: Prospects for UK-EU cooperation on foreign and security policy. EPC Policy Brief 30 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Roque, Paula Christina (2017) Angols's Africa policy. Egmont Paper 98, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik, (2017) Anticipating the post-Daesh landscape. Egmont Paper 97 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lazarević, Milena and Stratulat , Corina (2017) Balkan enlargement and the politics of civic pressure: The case of the public administration reform sector. EPC Policy Brief 5 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Better safe than sorry: Time to prepare for a 'no deal scenario'. EPC Commentary, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Sufficient Unto the Day. EPC Discussion Paper 3 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Huguenot-Noël , Robin and Hunter, Alison and Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Can the EU structural funds reconcile growth, solidarity and stability objectives? A study on the role of conditionalities in spurring structural reforms and reducing macroeconomic imbalances. EPC Issue Paper No. 83, October 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Konończuk, Wojciech and Matuszak, Slawomir (2017) Dark clouds over the Ukrainian gas market reform. OSW Commentary NUMBER 251 | 04.10.2017. [Policy Paper]

Orsini, Giacomo and Roos, Christof (2017) EU hotspots, relocation and absconded migrants in Italy. How to save Schengen within a failing Dublin system? EL-CSID Policy Brief Issue 2017/03 • October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2017) The EU should not turn its back on Turkey. EPC Commentary, 17 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) European Defence: What’s in the CARDs for PESCO? Egmont Security Policy Briefs No. 91, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Rinaldi, David and Thomadakis, Apostolos and Musmeci, Roberto and Nesbit, Martin and Paquel, Kamila and Illes, Andrea and Ehrhart, Katharina (2017) Financial Instruments: defining the rationale for triggering their use. CEPS Special Report, October 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Hedberg, Annika (2017) Germany's energy transition: making it deliver. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hassel, Arndt and Jansen, Jaap and Egenhofer, Christian. and Xu, Zheng (2017) Improving the Market for Flexibility in the Electricity Sector. Report of a CEPS Task Force. CEPS Task Force Report. [Policy Paper]

Delhomme, Vincent (2017) Internal Market as an Excuse: The Case of EU Anti-Tobacco Legislation. Case Notes 02/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Van Camp, Stefan and Bouyon, Sylvain and Zarra, Antonella (2017) Introduction of a lifespan guarantee in the proposed online sales and digital content directives. Impact assessment of substantial amendments. Final Study. CEPS Study, October 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Ivan, Paul (2017) The Juncker Commission past midterm: Does the new setup work? EPC Discussion Paper, 18 October 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Migrants in the Mediterranean: Easy and difficult solutions. CEPS Commentary, 12 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alkan, Ufuk (2017) The Modernization of Turkey’s Customs Union with the European Union: Reasons and Possible Outcomes. EU Diplomacy Paper 09/2017. [Working Paper]

Vaz-Pinto, Raquel (2017) New Pact for Europe - National Report - PORTUGAL. EPC Project Report, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. (2017) The Obsolescence of the European Neighbourhood Policy. CEPS Paperback, October 2017. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1-78660-645-7

Barslund, Mikkel and Busse, Mathias and De Wispelaere, Frederic (2017) Posted workers – for some it matters. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/37, 26 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2017) President Macron can show digital light to Europe's laggards. CEPS Commentary, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Spotting excessive regional house price growth and what to do about it. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚26 | October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Oberthür, Sebastian and Hermwille, Lukas and Khandekar, Gauri and Obergassel, Wolfgang (2017) Strengthening International Climate Governance: The Case for a Sectoral Approach. EL-CSID Policy Brief Issue 2017/04 • October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Didier, Brice (2017) The Syrian Conflict and Russia’s Search for Regional Hegemony in a Contested Middle East: Implications for the Euro-Atlantic Community. EU Diplomacy Paper 10/2017. [Working Paper]

Paul, Amanda and Schmidt, Juliane (2017) Turkey's relations with Germany and the EU: Breaking the vicious circle. EPC Policy Brief 2 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Deters, Henning and Schoeller, Magnus G. (2017) Waiting for Merkron: The Franco-German Relationship and Eurozone Reform after the Elections. College of Europe Policy Brief #8.17, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kilhoffer, Zak and Lenaerts, Karolien (2017) What is happening with platform workers’ rights? Lessons from Belgium. CEPS Commentary, 31 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renda, Andrea. (2017) When the Nobel Prize goes pop Richard Thaler and the uncertain future of nudge. CEPS Commentary, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Chudziak, Mateusz (2017) The coup as a founding myth. The ideological pillars of the New Turkey. OSW Point of View Number 66 October 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Claeys, Grégory (2017) The missing pieces of the euro architecture. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚28 | October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone and Zachmann, Georg. (2017) A new strategy for European Union-Turkey energy cooperation. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚27 | October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Sapir, André and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) The time is right for a European Monetary Fund. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 4 | OCTOBER 2017. [Policy Paper]

November 2017

Hügel, Johannes and Pardo, Romain (2017) Access to clean and efficient energy in developing countries: The need for EU action to implement SDG7. EPC Report November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) An American in Bonn: A tale of two delegations at COP23. CEPS Commentary, 18 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Banks as buyers of last resort for government bonds?. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/43, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone (2017) Beyond coal: facilitating the transition in Europe. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 5 | NOVEMBER 2017. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2017) A Blueprint for Completing the Banking Union. CEPS Policy Insights, No 2017/42, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Terra Nova to explore together. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 November 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Domańska, Maria (2017) Conflict-dependent Russia. The domestic determinants of the Kremlin's anti-western policy. OSW Point of View 67, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Mitsilegas , Valsamis and King, Julian and Anne Weyembergh, Anne Weyembergh and Petra Bárd, Petra Bárd and Fiona de Londras, Fiona de Londras and Diana Davila Gordillo, Diana Davila Gordillo and Francesco Ragazzi, Francesco Ragazzi and Deirdre Curtin, Deirdre Curtin and Evelien Brouwer, Evelien Brouwer and Gloria González Fuster, Gloria González Fuster and Reinhard Kreissl, Reinhard Kreissl and Katalin Ligeti , Katalin Ligeti and Gavin Robinson, Gavin Robinson (2017) Constitutionalising the Security Union: Effectiveness, Rule of Law and Rights on Countering Terrorism and Crime. CEPS Paperback, 21 November 2017. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED.

Amariei, Cosmina (2017) Creating Long-Term Value in Europe's Capital Markets: Opportunities and constraints. 1st Interim Report of the CEPS-ECMI Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe. CEPS Research Report, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blackman, Colin and Forge, Simon (2017) Data Flows – Future Scenarios. CEPS Research Report, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Regling, Klaus (2017) Deepening EMU: Ambition and Realism. Bruges Political Research Papers 63 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Demographic Lessons from Japan for Europe. CEPS Commentary 10 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Derivatives Clearing and Brexit: A comment on the proposed EMIR revisions. ECMI Policy Brief No. 25 / November 201. [Policy Paper]

Shenglin Ben, Shenglin Ben and Romain Bosc, Romain Bosc and Jinpu Jiao, Jinpu Jiao and Wenwei Li , Wenwei Li and Felice Simonelli , Felice Simonelli and Ruidong Zhang , Ruidong Zhang (2017) Digital Infrastructure: Overcoming the digital divide in China and the European Union. CEPS Research Report, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Kostanyan, Hrant and Giragosian, Richard (2017) EU-Armenian Relations: Charting a fresh course. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/14, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Kobzar, Svitlana and Paul, Amanda (2017) Eastern Partnership summit and Ukraine’s ‘return to Europe’ at times of uncertainty. EPC Policy Brief 23 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hornik, Joanna and Villa llera, Carmen (2017) An Economic Analysis of Liability of Hosting Services: Uncertainty and Incentives Online. Bruges European Economic Research Papers 37/2017. [Policy Paper]

Nicolaides, Phedon (2017) Escape from the Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice: A Good Reason to Quit the European Union? College of Europe Policy Brief #9.17, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Didier, Brice (2017) European Union and United States approaches towards Egypt: the trap of short-term realism. College of Europe Policy Brief #12.17, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

De Botselier, Bram (2017) The European Union’s Performance in Multilateral Environmental Agreements: Was the Lisbon Treaty a Game Changer? EU Diplomacy Paper 11/2017. [Working Paper]

Dhéret, Claire (2017) European social rights need more than a proclamation: Recommendations for an ambitious social summit. EPC Commentary, 15 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Busse , Matthias and Ludolph , Lars (2017) Family reunification for migrants under subsidiary protection in Germany: An instrument for strategic political positioning Matthias Busse and Lars Ludolph. CEPS Commentary, 21 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kostanyan , Hrant (2017) The Fifth Eastern Partnership Summit: Between hyperbole and understatement. CEPS Commentary, 8 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Andguladze, Ana (2017) From Riga to Brussels: Georgia’s hopes for Eastern Partnership. EPC Policy Brief 20 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Montesano, Francesco Saverio (2017) Global Politics and the Evolving EU-US-China Triangle: An Opportunity for EU Leadership? College of Europe Policy Brief #10.17, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Demertzis, Maria (2017) How should the European Central Bank ‘normalise’ its monetary policy? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚31 | November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fredriksson, Gustav and Roth, Alexander and Tagliapietra, Simone and Zachmann, Georg. (2017) The Impact of Brexit on the EU Energy System. Bruegel Report, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

William Echikson, William Echikson (2017) The Internet and Jobs: A giant opportunity for Europe. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/38, 1 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kucharczyk, Jacek and Korniychuk, Andriy (2017) New Pact for Europe National Report POLAND. EPC Report, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Moran, James (2017) No longer a new kid on the block - China in the Middle East. CEPS Commentary, 29 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Tor, Aleksandra (2017) Peacekeeping in Africa: The EU at a Crossroads. College of Europe Policy Brief #11.17, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ciechanowicz, Artur (2017) Predictability lost: the German political scene after the elections. OSW Commentary NUMBER 254 | 22.11.2017. [Policy Paper]

De Somer, Maria (2017) Preserving or Strengthening Schengen? EPC Commentary, 10 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mitsilegas, Valsamis and Giuffrida, Fabio (2017) Raising the bar? Thoughts on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/39, 30 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2017) Re-energising Europe: A package deal for the EU27. New Pact for Europe - Third Report. EPC Report, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mourlon-Druol, Emmanuel (2017) Rethinking Franco-German relations: a historical perspective. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚29 | November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Hüttl, Pia (2017) Returns on foreign assets and liabilities: exorbitant privileges and stabilising adjustments. Bruegel Working Paper ISSUE 07 | 29 NOVEMBER 2017. [Working Paper]

Kokorin, Alexey and Korppoo, Anna (2017) Russia’s Ostrich Approach to Climate Change and the Paris Agreement. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/40, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rudkouski, Piotr (2017) Soft Belarusianisation. The ideology of Belarus in the era of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. OSW Commentary NUMBER 253 | 3.11.2017. [Policy Paper]

Chawryło (Jarzyńska), Katarzyna (2017) Stalin in contemporary Russia: admired and required. OSW Commentary NUMBER 252 | 31.10.2017. [Policy Paper]

Kalimo, Harri and Sedefov, Filip and Söebech, Ólöf and Mateo, Eleanor (2017) Sustain, Filip Sedefov, Ólöf Söebech and Eleanor Mateo able aviation fuels: common ground for a take-off. IES Policy Brief Issue 2017/05 • November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Target imbalances at record levels: Should we worry? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/41, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

UNSPECIFIED (2017) Think Tank Review Issue 51 November 2017. [EU Other]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Towards a Belgian position on Brexit: Actively reconciling national and European interests. Egmont Paper 99, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rashish, Peter S. (2017) US trade policy in the age of Trump: What role for Europe in the “New Nationalism”? EPC Commentary, 13 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Saint-Genis, Camille (2017) A new instrument for a better implementation of thse European Union environmental law: the Environmental Implementation Review. Bruges Political Research Papers 62/2017. [Working Paper]

de Groen, Willem Pieter (2017) The provision of critical functions at global, national or regional level. Is there a need for further legal/regulatory clarification if liquidation is the default option for failing banks? CEPS Special Report, 19 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2017) A quarter-century of independent Ukraine. Dimensions of transformation. OSW Studies 64, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) A strong revision of the EU ETS, but the future may bring impetus for further reform. CEPS Commentary, 14 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk and Véron, Nicolas. (2017) A ‘twin peaks’ vision for Europe. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚30 | November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Klose, Stephan and Pepermans, Astrid and Wang, Leia (2017) An uphill struggle? Towards coordinated EU engagement with China’s Belt and Road Initiative. EPC Policy Brief No. 48 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

Verbeke , Johan (2017) A world in flux. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 92 November 2017. [Policy Paper]

December 2017

Lechtenfeld, Robin and Thomadakis, Apostolos (2017) 2017 ECMI Statistical Package. CEPS Special Report No. 12 / December 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Westlake, Martin (2017) Asymmetrical institutional responses to civil society clauses in EU international agreements: pragmatic flexibility or inadvertent inconsistency? Bruges Political Research Papers 66 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Beyond the Juncker and Schäuble visions of euro-area governance. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 6 | NOVEMBER 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Brexit breakthrough – Into ever-deeper fog over both the Northern Irish border and the Channel. CEPS Commentary, 11 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Launching Satellite Britain. EPC Discussion Paper, 5 December 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Brexit: Towards a deep and comprehensive partnership? EPC Discussion Paper, 5 December 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2017) Comprehensive EMU reform or tinkering at the margins? CEPS Commentary, 8 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Merler, Silvia (2017) Critical functions and public interest in banking services: Need for clarification? Banking Union Scrutiny. Bruegel Report, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Nodia, Ghia and Cenușă, Denis and Minakov, Mikhail (2017) Democracy and its Deficits: The path towards becoming European-style democracies in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. CEPS Working Document No. 2017/12, December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hassel, Arndt and Egenhofer, Christian (2017) Does Russian gas weaken energy security in Europe? Lessons from the Baumgarten incident. CEPS Commentary, 19 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Berkofsky, Axel (2017) The EU-Japan Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) – Responding to the Crisis of the Liberal World Order. Asia Policy Brief 2017/03, December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fabbri, Francesca (2017) The European External Investment Plan in the Southern Neighbourhood: how to make it work. EPC Commentary, 7 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Mayer, Thomas (2017) A European Monetary Fund: Why and how? CEPS Working Document No. 2017/11, December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven (2017) Europe’s defence train has left the station – speed and destination unknown. CEPS Commentary, 12 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Terzi, Özlem (2017) Exiting or Entering the Union: EU Consistency in Accession and Withdrawal Negotiations. College of Europe Policy Brief #14.17, December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bignon, Vincent and Vuillemey, Guillaume (2017) The Failure of a Clearinghouse: Empirical Evidence. ECMI Working Paper No. 6 / December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mäkelä, Alexander (2017) Fostering innovation and growth in the digital age: the case for challenge prizes in Europe. College of Europe Policy Brief #13.17, December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia and Gros, Daniel (2017) How to strengthen the European Semester? CEPS Research Report No. 2017/15, December 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Behrens, Arno and Rizos, Vasileios (2017) The Interplay between the Circular Economy and the European Semester: An assessment. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/16, December 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Mattmann, Adrian (2017) Investments of the European Investment Bank in European Neighbourhood Policy Countries and in Turkey Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis, the Arab Spring and the Conflict in Ukraine. Bruges Political Research Papers 65 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Domańska, Maria (2017) The Kremlin’s regional policy – a year of dismissing governors. OSW Commentary NUMBER 257 | 15.12.2017. [Policy Paper]

Bjerkem, Johan (2017) Member States as ‘Trustees’ of the Union? The European Union and the Arctic Council. EU Diplomacy Paper 12 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Barnes, Alex (2017) Nord Stream 2 – Friend or enemy of energy security in Europe? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/46 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kaeding, Michael (2017) Overriding the European Commission’s rulemaking? Practical experience in the European Union with post-Lisbon legislative vetoes with quasi-legislative acts. Bruges Political Research Papers 64 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Weyembergh, Anne (2017) The Puigdemont case exposes challenges in the European Arrest Warrant. CEPS Commentary, 13 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Domańska, Maria (2017) Putin for the fourth time. No vision, no hope OSW Commentary NUMBER 256 | 13.12.2017. [Policy Paper]

Darczewska, Jolanta (2017) Putin’s Cossacks. Just folklore – or business and politics? OSW Point of View Number 68 December 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Lechtenfeld, Robin and Thomadakis, Apostolos (2017) Recent Developments in European Capital Markets – Key findings from the 2017 ECMI Statistical Package. CEPS Research Report No. 2017/12, December 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Reussner, Etienne (2017) The Rise of an Emerging Diplomatic Actor? Assessing the Role of the EU Delegation to the African Union. EU Diplomacy Paper 13 / 2017. [Policy Paper]

Strzelecki, Jan (2017) Russian nationalism three years after the annexation of Crimea. OSW Commentary NUMBER 246 | 08.08.2017. [Policy Paper]

Rodkiewicz, Witold (2017) Russia’s Middle Eastern policy. Regional ambitions, global objectives. OSW Studies 71 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Laurentsyeva, Nadzeya and Ludolph, Lars (2017) Summit dinner: Important starters before the Migration main course. CEPS Commentary, 14 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2017) Transforming Energy-Intensive Industries: Reflections on innovation, investment and finance challenges. CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/44 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon and Wiśniewska, Iwona (2017) The Ulyukaev case – tension inside the Russian elite OSW Commentary NUMBER 255 | 01.12.2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) The great powers have their ways. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 93 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Bajczuk, Rafał (2017) The unfinished reform. An assessment of the energy transformation in Germany during the rule of the Grand Coalition 2013-2017. OSW Studies 69 November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

18 December 2017

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2017) Strengthening the Relationship between Science and Trade Policy in the European Union. Science & Diplomacy, 6 (4). pp. 1-11.

This list was generated on Thu Jun 21 06:22:04 2018 EDT.