The last five years have witnessed a huge redesign in the regulation of financial markets in Europe, culminating in the transfer of supervision of the largest banks in the eurozone to the European Central Bank (ECB). The regulatory agenda was largely set at the international level in the context of...
The ECRI Task Force (TF) aims to help pave the way in setting the 2014-19 European Commission’s agenda for retail financial services, in particular consumer credit. The objective is for TF to represent all stakeholders, including policy-makers, experts, industry and consumer...
Not at any time in the history of the European Community have labour markets diverged to the extent they do today. Labour shortages are reported in Germany – the EU's largest labour market – and Austria, where firms struggle to live up to their full potential. At the same time,...
Climate change has become a very important domain for EU policy. This refers not only to showing EU leadership in combating climate change, but also at a more general level, as a centrepiece of the “Europe 2020” economic growth strategy. This strategy has identified “sustainable...
Jan-Eric Sundgren, Executive Vice President Public & Environmental Affairs, Volvo; former President of Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg
Lead Rapporteur: Felix Roth, Research Fellow, CEPS; Postdoctoral Lecturer & Editor of Intereconomics
• 1st: 16 April...
Prospectus (incl. registration form and agenda 1st meeting)
Informal pre-Launch meeting: 18 April 2013
1st meeting 14 June 2013 - Agenda
2nd meeting 23 September 2013 - Agenda
Task Force report under preparation
Rapporteurs and contact persons:
Christian Egenhofer, Senior Fellow, CEPS,...
The CEPS Carbon Market Forum Task Force on the EU ETS Review Issues is the third initiative of the CEPS Carbon Market Forum, a three-year umbrella programme for carbon market-related activities, which will provide a neutral space where policy-makers and regulators can meet carbon market...
The CEPS Carbon Market Forum Task Force on the CDM Policy Review is the second initiative of the CEPS Carbon Market Forum, a three-year umbrella programme for carbon market-related activities, which will provide a neutral space where policy-makers and regulators can meet carbon market...