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Akgüç, Mehtap (2018) Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue in the Age of Collaborative Economy (IRSDACE). National Report France. 21 December 2018. [Policy Paper]


Andguladze, Ana and Paul, Amanda (2018) 10 years after Bucharest: Why NATO should double-down on Georgian membership. EPC Policy Brief 3 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Angelescu, Irina and Trauner, Florian (2018) 10,000 border guards for Frontex: Why the EU risks conflated expectations. EPC Policy Brief, 21 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Bodewig, Christian and Preissl, Brigitte (2018) Economic Convergence or Divergence in the EU? CEPS Commentary 4 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Amariei, Cosmina (2018) Fostering Institutional Investment in Europe’s Capital Markets Reality vs. Expectations. 2nd Interim Report of the CEPS-ECMI Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe. ECMI Research Reports April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Aumaitre, Ariane (2018) From the SGP to the TSCG through the lenses of European integration theories. Bruges Political Research Papers 67/2018. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Di Salvo, Mattia and Pilati, Marta and Musmeci, Roberto (2018) Income Convergence in the EU: A tale of two speeds. CEPS Commentary, 9 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Alcidi, Cinzia. and Musmeci, Roberto and Di Salvo, Mattia and Pilati, Marta and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge. (2018) Income Convergence in the EU: Within-country regional patterns. CEPS Commentary, 5 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Akgüç, Mehtap and Beblavý, Miroslav and Simonelli, Felice (2018) Low-Cost Airlines: Bringing the EU closer together. CEPS Research Report, 15 May 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Abibok, Julia (2018) On the way to creating the ‘Donbas people’. Identity policy in the self-proclaimed republics in east Ukraine. OSW Commentary NUMBER 270 | 05.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Askitas, Nikos and Bosc, Romain and de Groen, Willem Pieter and Eichhorst, Werner and Kilhoffer, Zachary and Lenaerts, Karolien and Meys, Nicolas and Ody, Margard and Salez, Nicolas (2018) Online Talent Platforms, Labour Market Intermediaries and the Changing World of Work. Independent study prepared by CEPS and IZA for the World Employment Confederation-Europe and UNI Europa May 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Author, No (2018) 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° 33 Juin 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Alcidi, Cinzia. (2018) Smart strategies to increase prosperity and limit brain drain in Central Europe. CEPS Special Report, 6 November 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Alessi, Monica and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge (2018) Suspended in legal limbo: Protecting investment in renewable energy in the EU. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/03, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Andritzky , Jochen and Beetsma , Roel and Dolls, Mathias and Feld , Lars P. and Fernández-Villaverde, Jesús and Gros , Daniel and Hallerberg, Mark and Landier, Augustin and Langfield, Sam and Leandro , Álvaro and Martin, Philippe and Matthes, Dietrich and Perotti, Roberto and Peydró, José-Luis and Reichlin, Pietro and Reis, Ricardo and Rocholl, Jörg and Schnabel, Isabel and Schoenmaker, Dirk and Thesmar, David and Valiante, Diego. and Véron , Nicolas and di Mauro, Beatrice Weder and Wolff , Guntram and Zettelmeyer, Jeromin (2018) Towards a More Resilient Euro Area. Ideas from the 'Future Europe' Forum. CEPS Paperback, 18 June 2018. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-690-8

Agur, Itai and Demertzis, Maria (2018) Will macroprudential policy counteract monetary policy’s effects on financial stability? Bruegel Working Paper Issue 01 / 2018. [Working Paper]

Arnould, Valérie (2018) The pitfalls of an overreliance on the International Criminal Court. Egmont Commentary, 21 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Acocella, Nicola and Pasimeni, Paolo (2018) The political trilemma of the economic and monetary union. IES Policy Brief No. 1, November 2018. [Policy Paper]


Brender, Anton and Pisani, Florence (2018) The American Economy: A European view. CEPS Paperback, 23 March 2018. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED.

Biscop, Sven (2018) BREXIT, STRATEGY, AND THE EU: BRITAIN TAKES LEAVE. Egmont Paper 100, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Binnendijk, Hans (2018) Between continuity and erosion: three scenarios for the future of transatlantic relations. College of European Policy Brief #7.18. [Policy Paper]

Bamberg, Katharina and Fabbri, Francesca and McNamara, Frank (2018) Competing priorities at the EU’s external border. EPC Issue Paper, November 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Bouyon, Sylvain and Ayoub, Janna (2018) Consumer Credit, Digitalisation and Behavioural Economics: Are new protection rules needed? ECRI Policy Brief No. 9 – September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain (2018) Cost and Value in Banks: A model fit for the digital era? ECRI Research Report No. 20 April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Biscop, Sven (2018) The Dangerous Geopolitics of Populism, and What NATO and the EU Can Do About It. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 97 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. and Bialozyt , Wojciech and Bilčík , Vladimír and Brandes , Erik and Breinschmid , Christoph and Bukovskis , Kārlis and Chatzistavrou , Filippa and Fuksiewicz , Aleksander and Geks , Rasmuss Filips and Gostyńska-Jakubowska , Agata and Gutiérrez-Peris , Dídac and Iso-Markku , Tuomas and Jokela , Juha and Kovář , Jan and Kratochvíl , Petr Kratochvíl and Kucharczyk , Jacek and Legieć , Arkadiusz and Lorente , Javier and Mavrov , Borislav and Morillas , Pol and Oppenheim , Beth and Poli , Eleonora and Primatarova , Antoinette and Russack , Sophia and Sánchez Margalef , Héctor and Schenuit , Felix and Schmidt , Paul and Sebe , Mihai and Smilov , Daniel and Sørensen , Catharina and Sychra , Zdeněk and Vaș , Eliza and Vasileva , Nikoleta and Vizgunova , Elizabete and von Ondarza , Nicolai and Youngs, Richard. and Schaller, Stephan (2018) Direct Democracy in the EU –The Myth of a Citizens’ Union. CEPS Paperback, November 2018. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1-78660-999-1

Biscop, Sven (2018) Don’t be too shy about PESCO. Egmont Commentary, 6 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bouyon, Sylvain and Krause, Simon (2018) Dynamic Currency Conversion and Consumer Protection: Finding the right rules. ECRI Commentary No. 22, 19 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bamberg, Katharina and van Brouwershaven, Ilene and De Somer, Marie (2018) EPIM Policy Update February 2019. [Policy Paper]

Bamberg, Katharina and De Somer, Marie and Mc Namara, Frank and Diez, Olivia Sundberg (2018) EPIM Policy Update July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bamberg, Katharina and De Somer, Marie and Valsells, Marta Llonch (2018) EPIM Policy Update. European Policy Center, 20 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bjerkem, Johan and Harbour, Malcolm (2018) An EU New Year’s resolution: Keep boosting the Single Market. EPC Commentary, 7 December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bamberg, Katharina (2018) The EU Resettlement Framework: From a humanitarian pathway to a migration management tool? EPC Discussion Paper 26 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya (2018) Financial literacy and inclusive growth in the European Union. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚08 | May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bery, Suman (2018) The G20 turns ten: what’s past is prologue. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚20 | November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bergant, Katharina and Fidora, Michael and Schmitz, Martin (2018) International capital flows at the security level – evidence from the ECB’s asset purchase programme. CEPS ECMI Working Paper no 7 | October 2018. [Working Paper]

Balfauff, Nanae (2018) Japan’s Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy: What does it mean for the European Union? Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 100, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bajczuk, Rafał and Kardaś, Szymon (2018) Nord Stream 2 divides the West. OSW Commentary NUMBER 276 | 28.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Baas, Timo and Belke, Ansgar (2018) Oil price shocks, monetary policy and current account imbalances within a currency union. CEPS Working Document No 2018/01, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Laurentsyeva, Nadzeya (2018) On International Women’s Day: More focus needed on integrating migrant women. CEPS Commentary, 8 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) PESCO: Good News for NATO from the EU. Egmont Commentary, 14 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Darvas, Zsolt and Raposo, Inês Goncalves (2018) People on the move: migration and mobility in the European Union. Bruegel Blueprint Series 28, 22 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Bonnici Bennett, Melanie (2018) The Refugee Crisis and the EU’s Externalisation of Integrated Border Management to Libya and Turkey. EU Diplomacy Paper 06/2018. [Working Paper]

Bárd, Petra (2018) Saving EU Criminal Justice: Proposal for EU-wide supervision of the rule of law and fundamental rights. CEPS Paper in Liberty and Security in Europe No. 2018-01, April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Biscop, Sven (2018) “Stand firm and hold the handrail”: A Traveller’s impressions of a summer of summitry. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 99 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans , Steven and Cenușă , Denis and Emerson , Michael and Hriptievchi, Nadejda and Kakachia , Kornely and Kalitenko, Olexandr and Konończuk, Wojciech and Kovziridze , Tamara and Makarychev, Andrey and Minakov , Mikhail and Movchan , Veronika and Nodia, Ghia and Noutcheva , Gergana and Panasiuk , Viacheslav and Prohnitchi, Elena and Romano, Serena and Wolczuk , Kataryna and Zguladze , Ekaterine (2018) The Struggle for Good Governance in Eastern Europe. CEPS Paperback, 27 September 2018. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1-78660-790-4

Biscop, Sven (2018) Trump and the triumph of unreason. Egmont Commentary, 1 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) Will Trump’s decision on Iran end Europe’s servility? Egmont Commentary, 9 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Di Salvo, Mattia and Laurentsyeva , Nadzeya (2018) The impact of refugees on the labour market: a big splash in a small pond? CEPS Working Document No 2018/07, October 2018. [Working Paper]


Claeys, Grégory and Demertzis, Maria and Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Raposo, Gonçalves and Hüttl, Pia and Lehmann, Alexander (2018) Analysis of development in EU capital flows in the global context. Bruegel Report, 15 January 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Corman, Mihai-Răzvan and Băluțel, Adrian (2018) Between a rock and a hard place: the EU and the Eastern Partnership after the 2017 Brussels Summit. College of European Policy Brief #5.18, April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Chudziak, Mateusz (2018) Cadres decide everything – Turkey’s reform of its military. OSW Commentary NUMBER 274 | 26.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard , Thomas (2018) Ce que l’attentat contre Léopold II nous enseigne sur le terrorisme moderne = What the attack against Leopold II teaches us about modern terrorism. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Stefan, Marco (2018) Complaint Mechanisms in Border Management and Expulsion Operations in Europe: Effective remedies for victims of human rights violations? CEPS Paperback, 26 March 2018. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-677-9

Carrera, Sergio and Mitsilegas , Valsamis and Stefan, Marco and Giuffrida, Fabio (2018) Criminal Justice and Police Cooperation between the EU and the UK after Brexit: Towards a principled and trust-based partnership. CEPS Task Force Reports. UNSPECIFIED.

Claeys, Grégory and Demertzis, Maria and Efstathiou, Konstantinos (2018) Cryptocurrencies and monetary policy. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚10 | June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Fredriksson, Gustav and Zachmann, Georg. (2018) Distributional effects of climate policies. Bruegel Blueprint Series 29, November 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Collins, Neil and Bekenova, Kristina and Kagarmanova, Ainur (2018) EL-CSID Policy Brief 5: Health diplomacy of the European Union and its member states in Central Asia. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/5. [Policy Paper]

Collins, Neil and Bekenova, Kristina (2018) EL-CSID Policy Brief 9: Diaspora and its role in the European cultural diplomacy with Kazakhstan. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/09, September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Chiacchio, Franchesco and Darvas, Zsolt and Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Raposo, Inês Goncalves and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) EU funds for migration, asylum and integration policies. Budgetary Affairs. Bruegel Special Report, May 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Chowdhry, Sonali and Sapir, André and Terzi, Alessio (2018) The EU–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. Bruegel Special Report, September 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Cuny, Elise (2018) The EU’s New Migration Partnership with Mali: Shifting towards a Risky Security-Migration-Development Nexus. EU Diplomacy Paper 01/2018. [Working Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Sapir, André (2018) The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: Easing the pain from trade? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚05 | March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Bárd, Petra (2018) The European Parliament Vote on Article 7 TEU against the Hungarian government: Too Late, Too Little, Too Political? CEPS Commentaries, 14 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Stefan, Marco (2018) The Future of the Schengen Area: Latest Developments and Challenges in the Schengen Governance Framework since 2016. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard, Thomas (2018) The Homecoming of Foreign Fighters in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium: Policies and Challenges. Egmont Commentary, 12 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2018) How Belgium overcame the threat from returning foreign terrorist fighters. Egmont Commentary, 22 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Cuny, Elise (2018) 'La Ruée vers l’Europe' de Stephen Smith, ou comment comprendre la jeunesse africaine = 'The Rush to Europe' by Stephen Smith, or how to understand African youth. Egmont Commentary, 19 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Całus, Kamil (2018) Moldova’s political theatre. The balance of forces in an election year. OSW Commentary NUMBER 258 | 31.01.2018. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and El Qadim , Nora and Fullerton , Maryellen and Garcés-Mascareñas , Blanca and Kneebone , Susan York and López Sala , Ana and Luk , Ngo Chun and Vosyliūtė, Lina (2018) Offshoring Asylum and Migration in Australia, Spain, Tunisia and the US: Lessons learned and feasibility for the EU. CEPS Research Reports, September 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Carrera, Sergio and Den, Hertog and Núñez Ferrer, Jorge (2018) Oversight and Management of the EU Trust Funds: Democratic Accountability Challenges and Promising Practices. CEPS Special Report, March 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Carlsson, Ulrika (2018) The Perennial Thirty Years’ War. LEQS Discussion Paper No. 129/2018 February 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Constant, Sophie (2018) Permettre les synergies entre les Fonds structurels et d’investissement européens et Horizon 2020 Le positionnement des régions françaises = Allow synergies between the European Structural and Investment Funds and Horizon 2020 The positioning of French regions. Bruges Political Research Papers 68/2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard, Thomas (2018) Reassessing Belgium’s “Failed” Counterterrorism Policy. Egmont Commentary, 22 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Chiacchio, Francesco and Claeys, Grégory and Papadia, Francesco (2018) Should we care about central bank profits? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚13 | September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Lannoo, Karel. and Stefan, Marco and Vosyliūtė, Lina (2018) Some EU governments leaving the UN Global Compact on Migration: A contradiction in terms? CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/15, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Campos, Nauro F. and Macchiarelli, Corrado (2018) Symmetry and Convergence in Monetary Unions. LEQS Discussion Paper No. 131/2018 March 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Canali, Sara (2018) The Thin Veil of Change: The EU’s Promotion of Gender Equality in Egypt and Tunisia. EU Diplomacy Paper 02/2018. [Working Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Mitsilegas, Valsamis (2018) Upholding the Rule of Law by Scrutinising Judicial Independence: The Irish Court’s request for a preliminary ruling on the European Arrest Warrant. CEPS Commentary 11 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Costa-Font, Joan and Perdikis, Laurie (2018) Varieties of Health Care Devolution: “Systems or Federacies”? LEQS Discussion Paper No. 130/2018 February 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Carrera, Sergio and Lannoo, Karel. (2018) We’re in this boat together: Time for a Migration Union. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/09, June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Chiacchio, Franchesco and Petropoulos, Georgios and Pichler, David (2018) The impact of industrial robots on EU employment and wages: A local labour market approach. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 02/18 April 2018. [Working Paper]

Claeys, Grégory and Demertzis, Maria and Mazza, Jan (2018) A monetary policy framework for the European Central Bank to deal with uncertainty. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚21 | November 2018. [Policy Paper]


De Botselier, Bram and López Piqueres, Sofía and Schunz, Simon (2018) Addressing the ‘Arctic Paradox’: Environmental Policy Integration in the European Union’s Emerging Arctic Policy. EU Diplomacy Paper 03/2018. [Working Paper]

Dadush, Uri and Myachenkova, Yana (2018) Assessing the European Union’s North Africa trade agreements. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚22 | November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Delhomme, Vincent (2018) Between Market Integration and Public Health: The Paradoxical EU Competence to Regulate Tobacco Consumption. Research Paper in Law 01/2018. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Beyond the transition. EPC Discussion Paper, 21 August 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: From revelation to re-accession. EPC Discussion Paper, 4 December 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Half In, Half Out or Right Out? EPC Discussion Paper, 6 March 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Last call. EPC Discussion Paper, 4 July 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: What Theresa May's White Paper must do. EPC Discussion Paper, 16 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: What if Britain changes its mind? EPC Discussion Paper, 18 January 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: When the music has to stop. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 October 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Darczewska, Jolanta (2018) Defenders of the besieged fortress. Notes on the historical legitimization of Russia’s special service. OSW Point of View 70, August 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

De Groen, Willem Pieter and Kilhoffer, Zachary and Lenaerts, Karolien and Felten, Elias (2018) Digital Age. Employment and working conditions of selected types of platform work. National context analysis: Austria. CEPS Special Report, 2 July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

De Somer, Marie (2018) Dublin and Schengen: A tale of two cities. EPC Discussion Paper, 15 June 2018. [Discussion Paper]

de Esperanza Picardo, Christina (2018) EU-Japan: A Partnership of Renewed Importance. EU Centre Background, Brief 20th July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Dhéret, Claire (2018) European Pillar of Social Rights: Member states must shoulder the responsibility of delivery. EPC Commentary, 16 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

De Groen, Willem Pieter and Zielińska, Klaudia (2018) European Supervisory Authorities still playing second fiddle to national financial regulators. CEPS Commentary, 14 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Martin, Philippe and Ragot, Xavier (2018) European fiscal rules require a major overhaul. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚18 | October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Pichler, David (2018) Excess liquidity and bank lending risks in the euro area. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚16 | September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt (2018) Forecast errors and monetary policy normalisation in the euro area. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚24 | December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Desmaele, Linde (2018) From nuclear threats to nuclear talks: A big win for President Donald Trump? IES Policy Brief No. 4, April 2018. [Policy Paper]

de Groen , Willem Pieter and Kilhoffer , Zachary and Musmeci , Roberto (2018) The Future of EU ATM Markets. Impacts of digitalisation and pricing policies on business models. CEPS Research Report, October 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

De Grauwe, Paul. and Ji, Yuemei (2018) How safe is a safe asset? CEPS Policy Insights No 2018-08/February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) How to govern Europe better: Reflections on reform of the European Parliament, Commission and Council. EPC Discussion Paper, 13 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

De Ruyt, Jean (2018) Is there an escape from ‘Ever Closer Union’? European Policy Brief No. 49 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Demarigny, Fabrice and Lannoo, Karel (2018) Navigating the minefield of the ESA review. ECMI Commentary No. 49 / 27 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Demertzis, Maria and Pisani-Ferry, Jean and Sapir, André and Wieser, Thomas and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) One size does not fit all: European integration by differentiation. Bruegel POLICY BRIEF ISSUE 3 | SEPTEMBER 2018. [Policy Paper]

De Bièvre, Dirk and Gstöhl, Sieglinde and Van Ommeren, Emile (2018) Overcoming ‘Frankenfoods’ and ‘secret courts’: the resilience of EU trade policy. College of Europe Policy Brief #9.18. [Policy Paper]

Drabik, Eleanor and Rizos, Vasileios (2018) Prospects for electric vehicle batteries in a circular economy. CEPS Research Report No 2018/05, July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Darvas, Zsolt and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) Rethinking the European Union’s post-Brexit budget priorities. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 1 | MARCH 2018. [Policy Paper]

Delhomme, Vincent (2018) Smoke-free environments: the missing link in EU antitobacco policy. College of European Policy Brief #8.18. [Policy Paper]

De Jonghe, Olivier and Dewachter, Hans and Mulier, Klaas and Ongena, Steven and Schepens, Glenn (2018) Some borrowers are more equal than others: Bank funding shocks and credit reallocation. National Bank of Belgium, Working Paper No. 361. [Working Paper]

Demertzis, Maria and Zenios, Stavros (2018) State contingent debt as insurance for euro-area sovereigns. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 03/26 April 2018. [Working Paper]

De Botselier, Bram (2018) US climate politics in the Trump era: Options for EU engagement. College of European Policy Brief #1.18, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

de Groen, Willem Pieter (2018) Valuation reports in the context of banking resolution: What are the challenges? Banking Union Scrutiny. CEPS Special Report, July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Dabrowski, Marek and Myachenkova, Yana (2018) The Western Balkans on the road to the European Union. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚04 | February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Debuysere, Loes (2018) What Egypt’s El-Sisi and the EU have in common when it comes to women’s rights. CEPS Commentary, 30 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Demertzis, Maria and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) The economic potential and risks of crypto assets: is a regulatory framework needed? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚14 | September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Moës, Nicolas and Pichler, David and Myachenkova, Yana (2018) The macroeconomic implications of healthcare. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚11 | August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Didier, Brice (2018) The regionalisation of counter-terrorism strategies in the Sahel: the G5 as a challenge for transatlantic relations. College of Europe Policy Brief #10.18, June 2018. [Policy Paper]


Emerson, Michael (2018) The Brexit 'Future Relationship': not a deal, but a half-blind date. CEPS Commentary, 26 November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2018) Brexit’s hot rentrée – The spectre of collapse or a reasoned outcome? CEPS Commentary, 6 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2018) Europe’s Surprising Economic Success Story. CEPS Commentary, 27 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Evita Armouti, Evita Armouti and Marie De Somer, Marie De Somer and Femke Gremmelprez , Femke Gremmelprez and Phedon Nicolaides, Phedon Nicolaides and Basile Ridard, Basile Ridard and Peter Van Elsuwege, Peter Van Elsuwege and Johan Verbeke, Johan Verbeke and Jan Wouters , Jan Wouters (2018) Exploring the Boundaries of Conditionality in the EU. Egmont European Policy Brief No. 51 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William and Knodt, Olivia (2018) Germany’s NetzDG: A key test for combatting online hate. CEPS Research Reports No. 2018/09, November 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Echikson, Bill (2018) In his Hungarian homeland, Soros’ gains are slipping away. CEPS Commentary, 21 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) Is the European Semester effective and useful? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚09 | June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William and Zarra, Antonella (2018) Meeting Europe’s Connectivity Challenge. The Role for Community Networks. CEPS Special Report, 4 July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Emerson, Michael and Noutcheva, Gergana (2018) Political and Economic Governance in the Balkans and Eastern Europe Compared. CEPS Working Document No 2018/06, July 2018. [Working Paper]

Echikson, William (2018) Privatising censorship. CEPS Commentary, 14 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Egenhofer, Christian. and Drabik, Eleanor and Alessi, Monica and Rizos, Vasileios (2018) Stakeholders’ Views on the Ecodesign Directive. An assessment of the successes and shortcomings. CEPS Research Report No. 2018/02, March 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Emerson, Michael (2018) The Strategic Potential of the Emerging Wider European Economic Area. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/05, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2018) Theresa May’s Brexit model: many questions, not least ‘why Leave?’ CEPS Commentary, 16 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2018) Theresa May’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. CEPS Commentary, 6 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2018) Time to move up a gear: the results of an insufficient summit | Post-Summit Analysis. EPC Post-Summit Analysis 2 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Echikson, William (2018) What Europe needs to create more Spotifys. CEPS Commentary, 16 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Papadia, Francesco (2018) The euro as an international currency. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚25 | December 2018. [Policy Paper]


Faure-Schuyer, Aurélie (2018) The European Battery Alliance: Ambitions and requirements. CEPS Commentary 27 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Flachsland, Christian and Pahle, Michael and Burtraw, Dallas and Edenhofer, Ottmar and Elkerbout, Milan and Fischer, Carolyn and Tietjen, Oliver and Zetterberg , Lars (2018) Five myths about an EU ETS carbon price floor. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/17, December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Frymark, Kamil (2018) The Free State of Bavaria and its party: the CSU faces an electoral test. OSW Commentary NUMBER 288 | 10.10.201. [Policy Paper]

Fredriksson, Gustav and Roth, Alexander and Tagliapietra, Simone and Veugelers, Reinhilde. (2018) Is the European automotive industry ready for the global electric vehicle revolution? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚26 | December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Fabbri, Francesca (2018) Lebanon on the edge. EPC Policy Brief 26 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2018) Maintaining momentum in enlargement. CEPS Commentaries, 26 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2018) Progress in resolving the Greek-Macedonian name dispute – Will it break the Gordian knot at last? CEPS Commentary, 18 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Ferrer, Jorge Núñez and Alcidi, Cinzia. (2018) Should the EU budget have a stabilisation function? CEPS Commentary, 30 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Faure-Schuyer, Aurélie and Egenhofer, Christian. and Elkerbout, Milan (2018) Value Chains based on Mineral Raw Materials Challenges for European Policy and Industry. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/07, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Fouéré, Erwan (2018) A decisive year for the EU’s re-engagement with the Western Balkans. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/01, January 2018. [Policy Paper]


González López, Javier (2018) Bosnia and Herzegovina: a Case Study for the Unfinished EU Agenda in the Western Balkans. ZEI Discussion Paper C 250 / 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) A Brexit Gentlemen’s Agreement. CEPS Commentary, 9 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gnutzmann, Hinnerk and Śpiewanowski, Piotr (2018) Consumer Rights Improve Service Quality: Evidence from EU Air Passenger Rights. College of Europe Policy Brief #13.18, October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and De Groen, Willem Pieter (2018) Contributions to the SRF: What risks need to be assessed? CEPS Commentary, 6 December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Convergence in the European Union: Inside and outside the euro Contribution by Daniel Gros, Director of CEPS Informal meeting of Economic and Financial Affairs Ministers Sofia, 27-28 April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Guagliardo, Simona (2018) Digital health: How can the EU help make the most out of it? EPC Policy Brief, 25 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Diversification first: Why the euro area does not need an artificial safe asset. CEPS Commentary, 25 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Does the euro area need a safe or a diversified asset? CEPS Policy Brief No 2018/03, 24 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and De Groen, Willem Pieter (2018) ECB non-standard-policies and collateral constraints. Monetary Dialogue July 2018. CEPS Special Report, 13 July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Geeraerts, Gustaaf (2018) The EU and China: Modest signs of convergence? Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 101. [Policy Paper]

Gstöhl, Sieglinde and López, Sofía (2018) The European Union in its Neighbourhood: An Accidental Regional Hegemon. College of Europe Policy Brief #4.18, March 2018. [Policy Paper]

García-Herrero, Alicia and Xu, Jianwei and Marbach, Thibault (2018) European and Chinese trade competition in third markets: the case of Latin America. Bruegel Working Paper/Issue 06/7 June 2018. [Working Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Europe’s doom loop in reverse. CEPS Commentary, 16 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Financial Stability Implications of Increasing Interest Rates. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/10, September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Hu, Weinian (2018) From UK customs fraud to Danish money laundering: lessons for Brexit and the EU. CEPS Commentary, 11 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. and Alcidi, Cinzia. and Busse, Matthias and Elkerbout, Milan and Laurentsyeva, Nadzeya and Renda, Andrea. (2018) Global Trends to 2035 - Economy and Society. November 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2018) How Europe should respond to Trump’s steel tariffs. CEPS Commentary, 13 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

García-Herrero, Alicia and Xu, Jianwei (2018) How big is China’s digital economy? Bruegel Working Paper issue 04 / 17 May 2018. [Working Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) How to exit the euro in a nutshell – ‘Il Piano Savona’. CEPS Commentary, 1 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Govaere, Inge (2018) Interconnecting Legal Systems and the Autonomous EU Legal Order: A Balloon Dynamic. Research Paper in Law 02/2018. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna and Szymański, Piotr and Vanaga, Nora and Janeliūnas, Tomas and Järvenpää, Pauli (2018) NATO‘s Northeast Quartet: Prospects and Opportunities for Baltic-Polish Defence Cooperation. OSW Policy Paper, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Giuli, Marco (2018) Nord Stream 2: Rule no more, but still divide. EPC Issue Paper 25 June 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2018) Rebuilding Germany’s air defence capabilities: on the eve of crucial decisions. OSW Commentary NUMBER 268 | 17.05.2018. [Policy Paper]

Gleisner, Love and Thomadakis, Apostolos (2018) Recent Developments in European Capital Markets: Key findings from the 2018 ECMI Statistical Package. CEPS ECMI Research Report No. 14 | December 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Grassi , Tommaso and Kuehnemund, Martin and Luchetta , Giacomo and Simonelli , Felice (2018) Study on Council Directive 92/83/EEC on the structures of excise duty on alcohol and alcoholic beverages. Final Report Volume 1 – Main Text June. [Policy Paper]

Gagliardi, Nicola and Mahy, Benoît and Rycx, François (2018) Upstreamness, social upgrading and gender: Equal benefits for all? National Bank of Belgium, Working Paper No. 359. [Working Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) Who lost Italy? CEPS Commentary, 30 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) The eurozone as an island of stability. CEPS Commentary, 19 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Guagliardo, Simona (2018) The missing link in the EU’s plan on digital health: citizens’ empowerment and endorsement. EPC Commentary 8 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Górecki, Wojciech (2018) A revolution in instalments. Whither Pashinyan’s Armenia now? OSW Commentary NUMBER 285 | 10.09.2018. [Policy Paper]

Gotkowska, Justyna (2018) The trouble with PESCO. The mirages of European defence. POINT OF VIEW 69, February 2018. [Policy Paper]


Huguenot-Noël, Robin (2018) Audiovisual media in the digital era: An industrial strategy needed to safeguard cultural diversity. EPC Policy Brief, 6 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Huguenot-Noël, Robin and Andor, László (2018) Balancing Openness and Protection: How can the EU budget help? EPC Commentary, 14 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hoogmartens, Jan (2018) Between Rome and Sibiu: A Trajectory for the New European Narrative. Egmont European Policy Brief No. 50 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hartmann, Philipp and Huang, Haizhou and Schoenmaker , Dirk (2018) The Changing Fortunes of Central Banking. Bruegel Special Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Hatzenberger, Antoine (2018) EL-CSID Policy Brief 10: Optimising the impact of European cultural, science and innovation diplomacy in Egypt and Tunisia. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/10. [Policy Paper]

Harris, Geoffrey (2018) Global Trade: Time for Europe to Take the Lead? College of Europe Policy Brief #3.18, March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hutgens, Rahel and Conemann, Stephan (2018) Macron’s Idea of European Universities. From Vision to Reality. ZEI Discussion Paper C 249/2018. [Discussion Paper]

Heinke, Daniel H. and Malet, David and Minks, Simon and Raudszus, Jan and van Ginkel, Bibi and Renard, Thomas and Coolsaet, Rik, (2018) RETURNEES: WHO ARE THEY, WHY ARE THEY (NOT) COMING BACK AND HOW SHOULD WE DEAL WITH THEM? Assessing Policies on Returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Egmont Paper 101, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hu, Weinian (2018) Reciprocity and Mutual Benefits: EU-China cooperation on and protection of geographical indications. CEPS Research Reports No. 2018/04, June 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Highman, Ludovic (2018) Redefining a Post-Brexit EU-UK Partnership in Research and Higher Education. College of Europe Policy Brief #6.18, April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hughes, Joseph M. (2018) “Sleeping Beauty” Unleashed: Harmonizing a Consolidated European Security and Defense Union. ZEI Discussion Paper C 248/2018. [Discussion Paper]

Hartwell, Christopher and Poniatowski , Grzegorz and Sidło , Katarzyna and Simonelli, Felice (2018) Study on Council Directive 2008/118/EC: The General Arrangements for Excise Duty. Final Report Volume 1 – Main Text. 23 July 2018. CEPS Special Report, July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Hyndle-Hussein, Joanna and Kardaś, Szymon and Kłysiński, Kamil (2018) Troublesome Investment. The Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant in Astravyets. OSW Studies 74, July 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Hellendorf, Bruno (2018) Waiting for new deliverables: Can the EU-Japan strategic partnership measure up to global and regional challenges? EPC Policy Brief 10 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Hedberg, Annika (2018) The next EU budget: firmly rooted in the past? EPC Commentary 7 May 2018. [Policy Paper]


Iwański, Tadeusz (2018) Poroshenko stands alone. Ukraine politics in a pre-election year. OSW Commentary NUMBER 269 | 21.05.2018. [Policy Paper]

Isiksel, Turkuler (2018) Square peg, round hole: Why the EU can’t fix identity politics. LEQS Discussion Paper No. 128/2018 January 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Ivan, Paul (2018) The US and the EU need a stronger dialogue on Russia sanctions. EPC Commentary, 2 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Iwański, Tadeusz and Nieczypor , Krzysztof (2018) Ukraine’s presidential elections, 2019. The main candidates. OSW Report, September 2018. UNSPECIFIED.


Jakóbowski, Jakub and Poplawski, Konrad (2018) China’s offer to the EU: tough negotiations or a coalition against Trump? OSW Commentary, August 23, 2018. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub and Marszewsk, Mariusz (2018) Crisis in Turkmenistan. A test for China’s policy in the region. OSW Commentary NUMBER 284 | 31.08.201. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub and Bogusz, Michał (2018) High on the party, low on the state. A quantum leap in the process of China’s reconstruction. OSW Commentary NUMBER 265 | 18.04.2018. [Policy Paper]

Jean, Sébastien and Martin, Philippe and Sapir, André (2018) International trade under attack: what strategy for Europe? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚12 | August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Jaroszewicz, Marta (2018) Migration from Ukraine to Poland. The trend stabilises. OSW Report October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Jansen, Jaap (2018) Should all producers of renewable energy automatically receive GOs? CEPS Commentary, 12 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub and Popławski, Konrad and Kaczmarski, Marcin (2018) The Silk Railroad. The EU-China rail connections: background, actors, interests. OSW Studies Number 72, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Jakóbowski, Jakub (2018) The US–China trade dispute: phase two. OSW Commentary NUMBER 277 | 04.07.2018. [Policy Paper]

Johan Verbeke, Johan Verbeke (2018) What Is It Like To Be a Non-Permanent Member of The UN Security Council? Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 96 May 2018. [Policy Paper]


Kilhoffer, Zachary and Beblavý, Miroslav and Lenaerts, Karolien (2018) Blame it on my youth! Policy recommendations for re-evaluating and reducing youth unemployment. CEPS Research Report No. 2018/01, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Kerknawi, Lawrence and Mäkelä, Alexander (2018) Building a forward-looking EU policy strategy on blockchain. College of Europe Policy Brief #12.18, September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Kim, Tongfi (2018) Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces of North Korean Threat on the U.S.-Japan-ROK Cooperation, Policy Brief No. 3, March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Katharina Bamberg,, Katharina Bamberg and Marta Llonch Valsells,, Marta Llonch Valsells, and Frank Mc Namara,, Frank Mc Namara, and Marie De Somer,, Marie De Somer, (2018) EPIM Policy Update April 2018. Elections in Hungary & Italy - A German-Franco alliance? - Progress on CEAS. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon (2018) Expansion at the state’s expense: Novatek as a driving engine of the Russian LNG sector. OSW Commentary NUMBER 275 | 27.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon and Iwański, Tadeusz (2018) From vassalisation to emancipation. Ukrainian-Russian gas co-operation has been revised. OSW Commentary NUMBER 263 | 07.03.2018. [Policy Paper]

Konończuk, Wojciech (2018) Gas revolution? Prospects for increased gas production in Ukraine. OSW Commentary NUMBER 287 | 21.09.2018. [Policy Paper]

Kłysiński, Kamil (2018) Is the crisis over? The economic situation in Belarus after two years of recession. OSW Commentary NUMBER 262 | 27.02.2018. [Policy Paper]

Kardaś, Szymon (2018) Neither super-rich, nor bankrupt. Gazprom’s financial condition. OSW Studies 76 [79?], October 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Kühnhardt, Ludger (2018) The New Silk Road: The European Union, China and Lessons Learned. ZEI Discussion Paper C 245/2018. [Discussion Paper]

Kłysiński, Kamil (2018) (Un)realistic neutrality. Attempts to redefine Belarus’ foreign policy. OSW Commentary NUMBER 276 | 28.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Kestemont, Esther (2018) What Role(s) for the European Union in National Dialogues? Lessons Learned from Yemen. EU Diplomacy Paper 05/2018. [Working Paper]

Kirschenbaum, Joshua and Véron, Nicolas. (2018) A better European Union architecture to fight money laundering. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚19 | October 2018. [Policy Paper]


Löprich, Carolin (2018) Agriculture in Europe: Greener practices and a brighter future for the sector. EPC Policy Brief, 30 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lehmann, Alexander (2018) Cash outflows in crisis scenarios: do liquidity requirements and reporting obligations give the SRB sufficient time to react? Banking Union Scrutiny. March 28, 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) Cyber finance challenges demand a unified response. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/12, October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lock, Tobias and Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Extending the transition period. EPC Discussion Paper, 28 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) Funds, fees and performance. ECMI Commentary No. 54 2 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Luitel, Prabesh and Vanpée, Rosanne (2018) How do sovereign credit ratings help to financially develop low-developed countries? CEPS ECMI Working Paper No. 8, November 2018. [Working Paper]

Lađić, Teodora (2018) The Impact of European Integration on the Westphalian Concept of National Sovereignty. ZEI Discussion Paper C 246/2018. [Discussion Paper]

Lenaerts, Karolien (2018) Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue in the Age of Collaborative Economy IRSDACE: Ntional Report Belgium. CEPS Special Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) MiFID II will profoundly affect the portfolio management business. ECMI Commentary No. 47/24 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) The PEPP could become the new UCITS. CEPS ECMI Commentary no 57 | September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) A Proportional Prudential Regime for Investment Firms. ECMI Commentary, No. 53 / 2 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lamandini, Marco (2018) Recovery and Resolution of CCPs: Obsessing over regulatory symmetry? ECMI Commentary No. 56, 9 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lehmann, Alexander (2018) Risk reduction through Europe’s distressed debt market. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚02 | January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) Spotify’s US listing highlights Europe’s failings. ECMI Commentary No. 51 / 3 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) The Trump-Juncker meeting in DC raises urgent questions for the next Commission. CEPS Commentary, 16 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) The fight over clearing euro derivatives. ECMI Commentary No. 50 / 15 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lamandini, Marco (2018) A supervisory architecture fit for CMU: Aiming at a moving target? ECMI Commentary No. 55, 9 August 2018. [Policy Paper]


Maes, Ivo and Clement, Piet (2018) Alexandre Lamfalussy and the monetary policy debates among central bankers during the Great Inflation. National Bank of Belgium Working Paper No. 341. [Working Paper]

Matei, Ani and Ceche, Reli (2018) Assessment of Human Capital and Development. Contributions from Structural Funds. Proceedings of the 5-th ACADEMOS Conference. pp. 226-231. ISSN 978-88-85813-08-3

Merler, Silvia (2018) Bank liquidation in the European Union: clarification needed. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚01 | January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) Belgian Defence in 2018: Regeneration Time? Security Policy Brief No. 95 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mueller, Patrick and Cornago, Noé (2018) Building Peace through Proxy-Mediation: The European Union's Mediation Support in the Libya Conflict. EIF Working Paper No. 01/2018. [Working Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2018) Commission rejection of Italian budget may be justified, but what comes next? CEPS Commentary, 25 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) De trans-Atlantische relatie, Belgische welvaart en Europese cohesie: een synthese - The transatlantic relationship, Belgian prosperity and European cohesion: a synthesis. Egmont Commentary, 25 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Moran, James (2018) Egypt after the presidential election. CEPS Commentary, 3 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) Endorsing Brexit or Preparing for ‘No Deal’? A Belgian Perspective. Egmont European Policy Brief No. 53, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) F-35 best choice for national security strategy. Egmont Commentary, 26 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) If the EU is Trump’s Foe, the EU should address Trumpism within Europe. Egmont Commentary, 17 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Matuszak, Sławomir (2018) In search of new routes. Ukraine's foreign trade after the Revolution of Dignity. OSW Studies No. 75, September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Makarychev, Andrey (2018) Incomplete Hegemonies, Hybrid Neighbours: Identity games and policy tools in Eastern Partnership countries. CEPS Working Document No 2018/02, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mehler, Lucas (2018) ‘Le Bon, la Douce Brute et le Gentil Truand’: le traitement médiatique de l’Union européenne par le Monde, le Figaro et la Libération pendant la campagne présidentielle française = 'The Good, the Sweet Brute and the Gentle Truand': the media treatment of the European Union by the World, Figaro and Liberation during the French presidential campaign. Bruges Political Research Papers 70/2018. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. and D'Onofrio, Alexandra and Peirce, Fabrizia (2018) On German External Imbalances. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/13, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Maes, Ivo (2018) Review essay: Central banking through the centuries. National Bank of Belgium Working Paper No. 345. [Working Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) State of the Union Commentary: From political to indispensable Commission? Egmont Commentary, 12 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Müller, Henrik and Porcaro, Giuseppe and von Nordheim, Gerret (2018) Tales from a crisis: diverging narratives of the euro area. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚03 | February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Marszewski, Mariusz (2018) Thaw in Uzbekistan. Reforms by President Mirziyoyev. OSW Commentary NUMBER 278 | 16.07.2018. [Policy Paper]

Mölling, Christian and Major , Claudia (2018) Why joining France’s European Intervention Initiative is the right decision for Germany. Egmont Commentary, 15 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) Why the F 35 represents a strategic choice for Belgium. Egmont Commentary, 26 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

McNamara, Frank (2018) The external processing of asylum seekers Member states’ migration talking shop. EPC Commentary, 25 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Menkiszak,, Marek and Rodkiewicz, Witold (2018) A test of strength. The escalation of the crisis in Russian-American relations. OSW Commentary NUMBER 264 | 11.04.2018. [Policy Paper]


Nicolaides, Phedon (2018) Brexit and the Cross-Border Spillover of the EU’s State Aid Rules. College of Europe Policy Brief #11.18. June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Nissen, Aleydis (2018) Can WTO Member States Rely on Citizen Concerns to Prevent Corporations from Importing Goods Made from Child Labour? Utrecht Law Review. ISSN 1871515X

Núñez Ferrer, Jorge. and Micossi, Stefano. (2018) Expanding the reach of the EU budget via financial instruments. CEPS Commentary, 26 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Nieczypor, Krzysztof (2018) For justice and compensation. Ukraine takes Russia to the international courts. OSW Commentary NUMBER 271 | 11.06.2018. [Policy Paper]

Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Simonelli, Felice and Renda, Andrea. and Di Salvo, Mattia and Zarra, Antonella and Bosc, Romain and Bouyon, Sylvain and Rinaldi, David (2018) Mid-term evaluation of the Hercule III programme. CEPS Research Report, February 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Gros, Daniel. (2018) The Multiannual Financial Framework, where continuity is the radical response. CEPS Commentary, 4 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Nahr, Hendrik (2018) Reaching out beyond Brussels? The impact of European online consultations on the coordination within multi-level civil society organisations. Bruges Political Research Papers 71/2018. [Policy Paper]

Nunes da Silva, Hugo and Duchâteau, Lucie and Hervy, Alexane and Khangeldyan, Artsrun and Schiemichen, Laura and Teodori, Michael and Wall, Colin (2018) Together Beyond Accession: Turkey as the EU’s Indispensable Partner. College of Europe Policy Brief #15.18, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Nieczypor, Krzysztof (2018) A closely watched basin The Russian–Ukrainian tensions in the Sea of Azov. OSW Commentary NUMBER 279 | 08.08.2018. [Policy Paper]


Oliinyk, Inna and Echikson, William (2018) Europe’s Payments Revolution. Stimulating Payments Innovation while Protecting Consumer Privacy. CEPS Research Report No. 2018/06, September 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2018) Historic unification of Ukrainian Orthodox Church. OSW Commentary NUMBER 289 | 17.12.2018. [Policy Paper]

O’Reilly, Emily (2018) How transparent are the EU institutions? CEPS Commentary, 23 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Otte, Marc (2018) The Quest for a Regional Order in the Middle East. Security Policy Brief, No. 94 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2018) The beginning of the celebrations of the centenary of Ukraine’s independence. OSW Commentary NUMBER 261 | 20.02.2018. [Policy Paper]

Olszański, Tadeusz A. (2018) “An independent state needs an independent Church“ The fight for canonical independence for Ukrainian Orthodoxy. OSW COMMENTARY NUMBER 272 | 11.06.2018. [Policy Paper]


Paul, Amanda and Sammut, Dennis (2018) Armenia’s “Velvet Revolution”: Time is Pashinyan’s worst enemy. EPC Commentary, 30 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pupillo, Lorenzo (2018) EU Cybersecurity and the Paradox of Progress. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/06, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Panchuk, Dymtro and Bossuyt, Fabienne (2018) EU Twinning Instrument in Ukraine: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. CEPS Policy Brief No 2018/02, April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pacheco Pardo, Ramon (2018) From Pyeongchang to Pyongyang. IES Policy Brief No. 2, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pardo, Romain (2018) How the Circular Economy can benefit from the Digital Revolution. EPC Commentary 11 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pacheco Pardo, Ramon (2018) KF-VUB Korea Chair Policy Brief 2: From Pyeongchang to Pyongyang. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/02. [Policy Paper]

Pacheco Pardo, Ramon (2018) KF-VUB Korea Chair Policy Brief 5- Jobs, fairness and peace: The first anniversary of the Moon government. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/05. [Policy Paper]

Pacheco Pardo, Ramon (2018) KF-VUB Korea Chair Policy Brief 7- Foreign Policy Looks South: Seoul’s ‘New Southern Policy.' Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/07. [Policy Paper]

Pak, Junk H. (2018) Kim Jong-un’s tools of coercion. IES Policy Brief No. 6, June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pisani-Ferry, Jean and Zettelmeyer, Jeromin (2018) Messori and Micossi’s reading of the Franco-German 7+7 paper is a misrepresentation. CEPS Commentary, 19 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Papadia, Francesco (2018) Note on the interactions between payment systems and monetary policy. Bruegel Special Report, February 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Paul, Amanda and Zakrewska, Marta (2018) Occupied Crimea: Europe's grey zone. EPC. [Policy Paper]

Pupillo, Lorenzo and Ferreira, Afonso and Varisco, Gianluca (2018) Protecting Europe against software vulnerabilities: It’s time to act! CEPS Commentary 28 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2018) The Sea of Azov should not become a Russian lake. EPC Commentary, 5 December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pelkmans, Jacques. (2018) Shattered Illusions: The new Brexit proposals on customs. CEPS Commentary, 17 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pisani-Ferry, Jean (2018) Should we give up on global governance? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚17 | October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pupillo, Lorenzo and Ferreira, Afonso and Varisco, Gianluca (2018) Software Vulnerability Disclosure in Europe: Technology, Policies and Legal Challenges. Report of a CEPS Task Force. CEPS Task Force Reports 28 June 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Poghosyan, Benyamin (2018) Tailor-made cooperation? Armenia’s new partnership agreement with the EU. EPC Policy Brief, 15 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pelkmans, Jacques. (2018) Trade policy-making under irrationality. CEPS Commentary, 12 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Pelkmans, Jacques. (2018) Trump’s trade policy turns destructive. CEPS Commentary, 5 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda and Seyrek, Demir Murat (2018) Turkey votes: Snap elections – Turkey at yet another crossroads. EPC Commentary, 15 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Paul, Amanda (2018) Ukraine should double down on reform in 2018. Why tough love from international partners and pressure from Ukrainian society is necessary. EPC Commentary, 17 January 2018. [Policy Paper]


Reiterer, Michael (2018) Candlelight, Moonlight, Olympics: Korea in Transition. IES Policy Brief Issue 2018/01 • January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas and Coolsaet, Rik, (2018) Children in the Levant: Insights from Belgium on the dilemmas of repatriation and the challenges of reintegration. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 98 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Rodkiewicz, Witold (2018) China’s junior partner. Russia’s Korean policy. OSW Point of View 72 December 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Reinhard, Wolfgang (2018) Die Expansivität Europas und ihre Folgen = The expansion of Europe and its consequences. ZEI Discussion Paper C 247/2018. [Discussion Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2018) EU cyber partnerships: Assessing the EU strategic partnerships with third countries in the cyber domain. Egmont Paper, 20 February 2018. [Policy Paper]


Renda, Andrea (2018) Ethics, algorithms and self-driving cars – a CSI of the ‘trolley problem’. CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/02, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Rappold, Julian (2018) Germany's comeback: Worth the wait? EPC Commentary, 26 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Romppanen, Seita (2018) How does the LULUCF Regulation affect EU Member States’ forest management? IES Policy Brief No. 11. [Policy Paper]

Ridard, Basile (2018) More room for European agencies in the EU decision-making process? Egmont European Policy Briefs No. 52 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Rizos, Vasileios and Behrens, Arno and Drabik, Eleanor and Rinaldi, David and Tuokko, Katja (2018) The Role of Business in the Circular Economy: Markets, Processes and Enabling Policies. CEPS Task Force Reports. UNSPECIFIED.

Renda, Andrea (2018) The legal framework to address “fake news”: possible policy actions at the EU level. CEPS Research Report, 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Russack, Sophia (2018) The problem with the Spitzenkandidaten system. CEPS Commentary, 21 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Rogoża, Jadwiga (2018) A stinking business. Environmental issues, protests and big money in the waste business in Russia. OSW Commentary NUMBER 284 | 27.08.201. [Policy Paper]


Stefan, Marco and Fuster, Gloria González (2018) Cross-border Access to Electronic Data through Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters. State of the art and latest developments in the EU and the US. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe Papers No. 2018-07, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Stefan, Marco and Giuffrida, Fabio (2018) Disarming a ticking bomb: Can the Withdrawal Agreement ensure EU-UK judicial and police cooperation after Brexit? CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/16, December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Saka, Orkun (2018) Domestic banks as lightning rods? Home bias during the eurozone crisis. CEPS Working Document No 2018/03, March 2018. [Working Paper]

Sapir, André and Chowdhry, Sonali and Terzi, Alessio (2018) The EU–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. CEPS Special Report, 3 October 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Stratulat, Corina and Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven and Butcher, Paul (2018) En Marche l’Europe? A strategy to implement democratic conventions. EPC Discussion Paper, 11 January 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Stratulat, Corina (2018) Enlargement to the Balkans: Playing hardball or playing with fire? EPC Commentary 27 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Schwartz, Michail (2018) The European Parliament’s Standing Committees: Patterns of Behaviour and Modes of Functioning After the Treaty of Lisbon. Bruges Political Research Papers 69/2018. [Policy Paper]

Szuleka, Małgorzata (2018) First victims or last guardians? The consequences of rule of law backsliding for NGOs: Case studies of Hungary and Poland. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 2018-06, April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Sipka, Stefan (2018) From strategy to practice: Tough issues ahead for plastics. EPC Policy Brief, 7 December 2018. [Policy Paper]

Sapir, André (2018) High public debt in euro-area countries: comparing Belgium and Italy. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚15 | September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Steinhauer, Valentin (2018) Leaving the Paris Agreement: The United States’ Disengagement from the Global Climate Regime and its Impact on EU Climate Diplomacy. EU Diplomacy Paper 04/2018. [Working Paper]

Sapir, André and Véron, Nicolas. and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) Making a reality of Europe’s Capital Markets Union. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚07 | April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Senocak, Naciye Selin (2018) New Prospects in Turkey-EU Relations: How to Fix a Weakened Relationship through Cultural Diplomacy, Policy Brief No. 11, September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Szymański, Piotr (2018) Overstretched? Denmark’s security policy and armed forces in light of the new Defence Agreement. OSW Commentary NUMBER 266 | 20.04.2018. [Policy Paper]

Szpala , Marta (2018) Serbia-Kosovo negotiations – playing for time under pressure from the West. OSW Commentary NUMBER 281 | 21.08.2018. [Policy Paper]

Schoenmaker, Dirk (2018) Sustainable investing: How to do it. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚23 | November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Sadecki, Andrzej and Iwański, Tadeusz (2018) Ukraine–Hungary: the intensifying dispute over the Hungarian minority’s rights. OSW Commentary NUMBER 280 | 14.08.2018. [Policy Paper]

Szymański, Piotr (2018) With Russia right across the border. Finland’s security policy. OSW Studies 73 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Szpala, Marta (2018) A new opening in relations between the EU and the Western Balkans. OSW Commentary NUMBER 267 | 16.05.2018. [Policy Paper]

Sanjurjo Hanck, Pedro León (2018) A purposeful opportunist? The Juncker Commission and EMU reform. Bruges Political Research Papers 72/2018. [Policy Paper]


Tagliapietra, Simone and Zachmann, Georg. (2018) Addressing Europe’s failure to clean up the transport sector. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 2 | APRIL 2018. [Policy Paper]

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2018) Culture in the ENP South: Broad Ambitions, Little Strategy, Insufficient Means. [Policy Paper]

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2018) Culture in the ENP South: Broad Ambitions, Little Strategy, Insufficient Means. IES Policy Brief Issue 2018/08 • May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2018) Culture in the ENP South: Broad Ambitions, Little Strategy, Insufficient Means. IES Policy Brief No. 8, May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Tomasz, Tomasz (2018) Dnipropetrovsk Oblast: new times, old rules. OSW Commentary NUMBER 260 | 08.02.2018. [Policy Paper]

Trobbiani, Riccardo (2018) EL-CSID Policy Brief 8- Culture in the ENP South: Broad Ambitions, Little Strategy, Insufficient Means. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/08. [Policy Paper]

Tor, Aleksandra (2018) The EU and Institution Building in East Africa: Towards a Better Understanding. College of Europe Policy Brief #14.18, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Tagliapietra, Simone (2018) The Euro-Mediterranean energy relationship: a fresh perspective. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 4 | OCTOBER 2018. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2018) Europe on the Internet. A selection of useful websites, databases and documents for information on the European Union and the wider Europe. January 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Thomadakis, Apostolos (2018) The European ETF Market: What can be done better? ECMI Commentary No. 53 / 24 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Thomadakis, Apostolos (2018) Over-the-counter interest rate derivatives: The clock is ticking for the UK and the EU. ECMI Research Report No. 13/March 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Team, OSW (2018) Putin for the fourth time. The state of and prospects for Russia (2018-2024). OSW Report March 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Terzis, Georgios and Armstrong, Linsey (2018) The Role of Foreign Correspondents in Cultural and Science Diplomacy. IES Policy Brief No. 12, October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Tasheva, Iva and Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Supporting press publishers in a digital era. EPC Policy Brief, 26 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Thomadakis, Apostolos and Amariei, Cosmina (2018) Sustaining Growth through Innovation in Capital Markets. Report of the 2018 ECMI Annual Conference. CEPS ECMI Research Reports, December 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

Tardy, Thierry (2018) What third-country role is open to the UK in defence? CEPS Commentary 24 April 2018. [Policy Paper]


Ujvari , Balazs (2018) ASEAN under Singapore’s chairmanship. Egmont Commentary, 9 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2018) The EU-Singapore relationship: the security dimension. Egmont Commentary, 22 August 2018. [Policy Paper]


Veugelers, Reinhilde. (2018) Are European firms falling behind in the global corporate research race? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚06 | April 2018. [Policy Paper]

van der Vet , Irina and Coolsaet, Rik (2018) The Belgian approach to tackling violent radicalisation: a practitioners’ perspective. Institute for European Studies Policy Brief Issue 2018/02, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Van der Loo, Guillaume (2018) The Dilemma of the EU’s Future Trade Relations with Western Sahara: Caught between strategic interests and international law? CEPS Commentary 20 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Van Langenhove, Luk and Boers, Elke (2018) EL-CSID Policy Brief 4: Science Diplomacy in search of a purpose in the populist era. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/4, March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Véron, Nicolas. (2018) EU financial services policy since 2007: crisis, responses and prospects. Bruegel Working Paper/Issue 06/21 June 2018. [Working Paper]

van de Walle de Ghelcke, Bernard (2018) Economic Reasoning before the European Union Courts in Competition Law. Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings 44/2018, June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Voinea, Liviu (2018) Explaining the post-crisis Philips curve: Cumulated wage gap matters for inflation. CEPS Working Document No 2018/05, June 2018. [Working Paper]

Valenza, Domenico (2018) The New EU Strategy for Central Asia: A Case for Cultural Diplomacy. IES Policy Brief No. 6, April 2018 Issue. [Policy Paper]

Vasilyan, Syuzanna (2018) Novel Solutions to Resolve the Conflicts in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood. College of Europe Policy Brief #2.18, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Voss, Dustin (2018) The Political Economy of European Populism: Labour Market Dualisation and Protest Voting in Germany and Spain. LEQS Discussion Paper No. 132/2018 March 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2018) Semantics matter: Why the European Monetary Fund is a welcome idea, but a bad name. Egmont Commentary, 11 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Vurmo, Gjergji (2018) The Western Balkans’ EU Dream: Ambition calls for a new process. CEPS Paper in Liberty and Security in Europe No. 2018-03, April 2018. UNSPECIFIED.


Wiśniewska, Iwona and Rogoża, Jadwiga (2018) The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia – circuses instead of bread? OSW Commentary NUMBER 286 | 17.09.2018. [Policy Paper]

Wisniewska, Iwona (2018) Priceless friendship. The Kremlin’s support for Vladimir Putin’s cronies. OSW Point of View 71, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Wiśniewska, Iwona (2018) Washington’s game of ‘sanctions poker’ Russia awaits America’s decisions. OSW Commentary NUMBER 259 | 05.02.2018. [Policy Paper]

Walkenhorst, Peter. (2018) What holds Asian societies together? Asia Policy Brief March 2018. [Policy Paper]


Yoon , Young-kwan (2018) KF-VUB Korea Chair Policy Brief- North Korea’s Nuclear Problem: A More Pragmatic Approach Will Help. Institute for European Studies Issue 2018/11. [Policy Paper]

Young-Kwan, Yoon (2018) North Korea’s Nuclear Problem A More Pragmatic Approach Will Help. IES Policy Brief No. 11, December 2018. [Policy Paper]


Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Brexit: Stumbling over the backstop? EPC Commentary 6 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zachmann, Georg. and Marcu, Andrei (2018) Developing the EU long term climate strategy. Policy paper. UNSPECIFIED.

Zulean, Marian (2018) An Eastern European View on Great Power Politics. Egmont Commentary, 23 August 2018. [Policy Paper]


Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Last chance for an exit from Brexit? EPC Policy Brief 29 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zukakishvili, Keti (2018) Luxury (by) object and the effects of silence of the Court of Justice in Coty. Case note on the Judgment of the Court of 6 December 2017 in Case C-230/16 Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH. Case Notes 01/2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Pie in the sky and the death of 'cakeism': towards the brink in EU-UK negotiations. EPC Commentary, 3 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Squaring the MFF circle: How match funding can deliver the EU’s new priorities. EPC Commentary, 23 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) UK business should play for extra time in the Brexit negotiations. EPC Commentary, 25 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) The road to nowhere? Prospects for a post-Brexit trade deal. EPC Policy Brief, 18 September 2018. [Policy Paper]


Šehović, Annamarie Bindenagel (2018) Africa in Sight: Strategising a renewed EU focus on the Continent, Policy Brief No. 7, May 2018. [Policy Paper]

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