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2001, 2020

How to implement a WTO-compatible full border carbon adjustment as an important part of the European Green Deal

20. Januar, 2020|

By: Alexander Krenek

The European Commission has announced to step up carbon emission reduction targets for 2030 and 2050. The new European Commission released plans for a European Green Deal and announced to propose a BCA mechanism for the EU. Implementation of an EU BCA, is not only politically contentious, but also rather complex from a legal perspective. This policy brief therefore focuses on issues of implementation.
1601, 2020

Austria’s new ÖVP-Green government: united in diversity? (Paul Schmidt, LSE EUROPP Blog)

16. Januar, 2020|

Austria’s new coalition government, incorporating the conservative ÖVP and the Green Party, was sworn in on 7 January. Paul Schmidt writes that the two parties have so far expressed a desire to find working compromises between their competing priorities. However, the rest of Europe will be watching with interest to see if their partnership remains sustainable in the long-term.

1712, 2019

25 Jahre EU-Mitgliedschaft Österreichs – eine Bilanz aus wirtschaftlicher Perspektive

17. Dezember, 2019|

Von: Christian Mandl

Aus Anlass des bevorstehenden 25-Jahre-Jubiläums des EU-Beitritts Österreichs geht der aktuelle Policy Brief der Frage nach, wie sich die österreichische Wirtschaft seit dem 1. Jänner 1995 entwickelt hat. Ist die grundsätzliche Zustimmung zur EU-Mitgliedschaft seitens der österreichischen Bevölkerung auch aus Sicht der Wirtschaft erklärbar?