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by Alexander Scheibe, PhD student in the Institute of Political Science, University of Luxembourg   This blog is a summary of a working paper written while I was a visiting fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, University of Oxford, September to November 2018. The full paper is available for download here.   The… » read more

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Abstract Monetary policy-making is one of the most far-reaching areas of European integration and Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) stands as one of the European Union’s (EU) flagship integration achievements. Set up in 1999, with the large majority of EU member states, EMU involved asymmetric levels of integration with a less-centralised form of ‘economic integration’… » read more

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by Pr. David Howarth and Pr. Lucia Quaglia This article is one of five in a recent special issue of the Journal of Economic Policy Reform on ‘Reforming Banking Union’ (volume 21, number 3) edited by professors David Howarth (Luxembourg) and Joachim Schild (Trier). This special issue includes papers by a number of leading economists… » read more

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On 12 October 2018, the Robert Schuman Institute of the University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research organized a seminar on the policy developments concerning the Single Market in financial services in the context of Brexit. Here is the summary report. Speakers Dr Scott James, Department of Political Economy, King’s College London… » read more

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by Igor Tkalec and Martin Sacher   Nearly ten years after the outbreak of the European sovereign debt crisis and the economic and political turmoil it has preceded, the dust still has not completely settled. EU scholars are only starting to understand the implications of this major event in the history of EU integration and… » read more

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by Julia Sinnig The third DocMorris judgment or “we should call a spade a spade”* On 22 August 2012, the Joint Chamber of the Superior Federal Courts of Germany[1], consisting of the Federal Social Court and the Federal Court of Justice of Germany, held that the German price-fixing system for prescription-only medicinal products applying to… » read more

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