Explore a wide variety of issues intrinsic to the growth and development of the European Union.

Offer extended reflections, insights and learned arguments on issues of fundamental importance to Europe.

Offer the opinions, insights and solutions by eminent economists into the salient challenges confronting European policy-makers and markets.

Present analysis and views by leading experts on important questions in the arena of European public policy, written in a style geared to an informed but generalist readership.

Contain concise, policy-oriented analysis of topical issues in European affairs, with the aim of presenting the views of CEPS' researchers and external collaborators to decision-makers in a direct and timely fashion.

Reserved for substantial research on progress achieved in the European Union on topics of special interest to the financial and banking sectors.

Disseminate substantial analysis and policy recommendations that emerge from CEPS research.

Contain the conclusions and policy recommendations that follow from discussion, debate and analytical presentations made in the course of CEPS Task Force sessions, reinforced by independent research carried out by expert rapporteurs.

Provide a substantial evidence of work being conducted within CEPS research programmes and aim to stimulate reactions from other experts in the field.

Focus on the implications of the new security practices being implemented throughout Europe for civil liberties, human rights and social cohesion in an enlarged EU, written by researchers with the CEPS CHALLENGE programme (Changing Landscape of European Liberty and Security).

Contain comprehensive and in-depth data compiled annually by ECMI and ECRI, focusing on capital markets and consumer credit in Europe respectively, permitting meaningful comparisons between all EU/EFTA member states, selected candidate countries and other key global economies.

Provide short comments on ongoing developments affecting capital markets in Europe, produced by the European Capital Markets Institute, which is managed and staffed by CEPS.

Provide authoritative insights into ongoing regulatory initiatives that will alter the European financial landscape, produced by the European Capital Markets Institute, which is managed and staffed by CEPS.

Contain in-depth analyses on the forces that are driving changes in capital markets today, produced by the European Capital Markets Institute, which is managed and staffed by CEPS.

Provide short comments on ongoing developments affecting credit markets in Europe contributed by researchers as well as external experts associated with the European Credit Research Institute, an independent research institution within CEPS.

Provide concise analyses of ongoing developments affecting credit markets in Europe, produced by the European Credit Research Institute, an independent research institution within CEPS.

Present original research and analysis of retail finance, banking and credit reporting in Europe, produced by the European Credit Research Institute, an independent research institution within CEPS.

Reserved for quantitative analyses of surveys conducted by researchers associated with the European Credit Research Institute, an independent research institution within CEPS.

Publish the research produced in the context of the European Network of Agricultural and Rural Policy Research Institutes (ENARPRI), an FP7 project funded by the European Commission.

Contain the synthesis of research presented at workshops organised by the European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes, composed of leading socio-economic research institutes from throughout Europe and managed by CEPS.

Present the policy implications of research carried out by the European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes, a consortium of research centres initiated by CEPS in 1999 with the aim of diffusing existing research, coordinating research plans and increasing the awareness of the European dimension in national problems.

Present the findings and conclusions of research undertaken in the context of research projects conducted by the European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes, composed of leading socio-economic research institutes from throughout the EU and managed by CEPS.

Constitute dissemination to a wider public of research undertaken and already published by partner member institutes of the European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes, which is composed of leading socio-economic research institutes from throughout the EU and managed by CEPS.

Offer concise, policy-oriented insights by the members of the European Policy Institutes Network into topical issues raised by the debate on the political integration of Europe.

Contain analysis of key issues raised by the debate on the future of Europe and produced by the European Policy Institutes Network, composed of dynamic think tanks and policy institutes concerned with current EU political and policy debates (previously called EPIN Working Papers).

Bring together policy papers prepared for the CEPS/IISS/DCAF-sponsored European Security Forum (ESF) by independent security experts representing EU, Russian and US viewpoints on a range of topics.

Examine both political and economic themes related to Turkey.

Promote debate on EU-Central Asia relations and discuss the latest developments in the area.

Examine the core themes of the CEPS-FRIDE project on EU-Central Asia Monitoring, aimed at enhancing understanding of the EU Strategy for Central Asia and critically monitoring its implementation.

Aim to raise the profile of the EU-Central Asia Strategy and strengthen debate about the EU-Central Asia relationship and the role of the Strategy in that relationship.

Present research carried out under the auspices of the European Climate Platform (ECP), established in 2005, to facilitate exchanges within the policy research community, in Europe and elsewhere, and to bring together policy-makers, negotiators and experts to debate key topics in the area of international climate change policy.

Present the views of the members of EuropEos, a multidisciplinary group of jurists, economists, political scientists and journalists set up in 2002 with the aim of creating an ongoing forum for the discussion of European policy and institutional issues.

Present work being conducted within the FACTOR MARKETS research project, which analyses and compares the functioning of factor markets for agriculture in the member states, candidate countries and the EU as a whole, with a view to stimulating reactions from other experts in the field.

Publish studies conducted in the context of a 3-year project on converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security continuum.

Feature reports produced by the CEPS project "Insuring against Disruptions".

Offer the views and critical reflections of CEPS’ researchers and external collaborators on key policy questions arising from the construction of the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. The series is reserved for studies produced in the context of network projects to which CEPS is a central contributor or commissioned by an EU institution.

Provide short comments on ongoing developments affecting the Mediterranean region.

Present concise, policy-oriented analyses of the output of each MEDPRO thematic WP, with the aim of interjecting the views of MEDPRO experts into the policy-making process in a direct and timely fashion.

Present analyses by senior experts on the future of the Mediterranean, drawing upon the foresight exercises underpinning the MEDPRO project and written in a style geared to an informed readership.

Contribute to the reform process in the political, economic and social spheres in the Mediterranean region by broadening our knowledge of the interplay between the diverse set of challenges and to provide insights into various policy options and their outcome.

Present analysis of policy and strategy of the EU in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the wider issues of EU relations with the countries of the Barcelona process and the Arab world by researchers associated with the CEPS Middle East and Euro-Med Project.

Contain the programme, the written account of the oral presentations and discussions and background papers prepared for CEPS conferences.