The “Policy Briefs” are prepared by the EPOG Students and Alumni Association and offers an analysis of topical issues and derives recommendations.
The views and opinions expressed in this policy brief are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the EPOG Students and Alumni Association.
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Policy brief #6 – October 2019
Due to the burning topicality in the UK, the EPOG Students and Alumni Association published a second policy brief in October 2019. This edition, untitled No-Deal Brexit: Trick or Treat(y) – Uncertainty and the Future of the UK Economy has been written by Louis Daumas, EPOG graduate from the 2019 cohort.
Policy brief #5 – October 2019
Tom C. dos Santos, former EPOG students of the 2015-2017 cohort and currently Lecturer at the Centro Universitário Avantis, offers his latest researches on the topic Dollar centrality and Renminbi’s rise: challenges and prospect.
Policy brief #4 – June 2019
Nuoya Chen, EPOG graduate from the 2015 cohort and currently researcher and Marie Curie ITN Fellowship for the HEART-ITN.EU project, proposes her new publication on the Use of wearables for health management in the aging population.
Policy brief #3 – April 2019
Ludwig List, currently PhD candidate at the University of Paris 13, broaches the topic of weekly working time in Austria for this new publication : Increasing weekly working time and its implications for long-term growth : The case of Austria.
Policy brief #2 – February 2019
In this second edition, Clara Dallaire-Fortier, Associate Researcher at IRIS (Institut de recherche et d’informations socioéconomiques du Québec), Montreal, proposes her policy brief Roadmaps to Transition: The Case of the Appalachian Coalfields.
Policy brief #1 – November 2018
In this first edition João Pedro Scalco Macalós, currently PhD candidate at the University of Paris 13, discusses the impact of the Fed’s “normalization” of monetary policy on Emerging Market Economies.