This Economic Policy Viewpoint by Dr. Jo Michell (Lecturer in Economics, University of the West of England) examines the sources of demand underlying the economic recovery in the UK. It shows that the upturn in GDP is the result of a resurgence in the expansion of credit to households.
The annexation of the Crimea by Russia is an unprecedented event, with highly uncertain consequences. In this paper, André Gerrits asks if this is the beginning of a new area in global politics. What are the immediate and longer-term consequences of the Ukrainian crisis?
This workshop, organised by FEPS with the support of the European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity (EFDS) will focus on the topic of the legitimacy of the EU and increasing civil engagement in order to revitalise the EU enlargement process.