Nicolo Fraccaroli and Anatole Cheysson ask whether we may see a re-emergence of left-right politics as Eurosceptic parties increase their presence in the European Parliament.
Northern European nations – the New Hansa – need cheap, will trained workers. Now we know where the will come from. Read here
Carbon Tracker: 79% of EU coal generators are currently running at a loss and could lose €6.57 bn in 2019
In this latest Analyst Note from the Power and Utilities team we explain the financial implications of recent changes to coal power economics in the EU. In doing so, we argue EU policymakers and investors […]
This is another lengthy piece by Bill Mitchell, but well worth taking the time to read. As he writes: “the problem of tax avoidance and evasion is not fiscal. Progressives get stuck on that point. […]