Research focus is on auditing and financial disclosure and the regulation, supervision and resolution of global financial firms. Another key research topic in this area is the changing financial landscape in Europe in a context of growing pressure to re-nationalise financial policy and on the link between the sovereign and the banking crisis in Europe.
The Annual Meetings are Bruegel's flagship event which gathers high-level speakers to discuss the economic topics that affect Europe and the world.
An earlier version of this paper was presented at ‘The MPC at 25’, a conference organised by the United Kingdom’s National Institute of Economic and Social Research, in London, 30 March 2022 The process by which central banks take decisions has evolved over the years, with a tendency towards independence and decisions taken by committees […]
The EU needs to address through blending of public and private funds the lack of private climate finance being channelled to low- and middle-income countries
Guntram Wolff looks back at the past decade of Bruegel contribution to economic policy in Europe.
At this invitation-only event we take stock of the European Commission's legislative proposal on the European Single Access Point (ESAP)
The European Central Bank needs a new tool to prevent the current rise in spreads, triggered by monetary policy tightening, from escalating into a new euro-area crisis.
The idea of confiscating the Bank of Russia’s frozen reserves is attractive to some, but at this stage in the Ukraine conflict confiscation would be counterproductive and likely illegal.
The Bruegel annual report provides a broad overview of the organisation's work in the previous year.
To keep European Union capital markets open and integrated, new international standards should be reflected in future European law and accounting practice to provide further incentives for a reallocation of capital, reflecting in particular climate risks.
A further look into sanctions on Russia and the implications for the global financial system.
Sanctions on Sberbank and most other Russian banks should be imposed by the EU, without delay and at no major cost to either itself or like-minded countries, while it ponders an oil and gas ban.
In-depth analysis on the banking supervision cooperation in Bulgaria and Croatia prepared for the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON).