There are only some days left before Britain is supposed to leave the EU and Europe risks another political shock at the EU elections in May. Will this lead to another big crisis? And, how could an economic policy be framed to avoid such disruptions? What future we can imagine for multilateral action? And how could Europe better define the value of Public Goods in order to counter nationalistic tendencies? We will try to find answers to these questions.
Read more : “A French-German Cooperation Agenda for the Energy Transition in Europe“, by Emilie Magdalinski and Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, november 2018.