CEPS in the news

  • Marco Incerti, in Deutsche Welle

    CEPS Fellow Marco Incerti was interviewed by German radio station Deutsche Welle on the impact that the Irish rejection of the Lisbon Treaty could have on the French Presidency 
     

  • Daniel Gros, in Die Welt

    CEPS Director Daniel Gros was quoted by german weekly Die Welt, in an article looking at the bursting of the Spanish housing bubble. 
     

  • Daniel Gros, in EuroNews

    CEPS Director Daniel Gros was interviewed by EuroNews tv channelon the consequences the Irish no to the Lisbon Treaty is likely to entail for the French Presidency. 
     

  • CEPS Fellow Piotr Kaczynski also commented for Czech News Agency TOL on the consequences that the non ratification of the Lisbon Treaty could have on the future enlargements of the EU. The piece was taken up, among others, by Business Week

  • Daniel Gros, in Der Standard

    CEPS Director Daniel Gros was interviewed by Austrian daily Der Standard on the impact the Irsih referendum will have on the French Presidency

  • NRC Handelsblad

    CEPS Fellow Sebastian Kurpas was quoted by Dutch daily NRC Handelsblad, in an article looking at the stir caused by the declarations of Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer that the country would hold a referendum if it had to ratify a ‘revised’ version of the Treaty of Lisbon 
     

  • National Post

    The CEPS Working Document on the Political Economy of Environmental Taxation was referred to in an interview with Canadian opposition leader Stéphane Dion published in the country’s daily National Post
     

  • Noriko Fujiwara, in European Voice

    CEPS Fellow Noriko Fujiwara was quoted by the European Voice, for an article looking at whether Japan is likely to meet its emissions targets under the Kyoto protocol 
     

  • Sergio Carrera, in European Parliament news services

    CEPS Fellow Sergio Carrera spoke at a European Parliament’s hearing on the proposed EU directive to attract high-skilled migrants. The event was covered by the EP’s own news services

  • Michael Emerson, in Al-Ahram

    The Policy Brief by CEPS Senior Fellow Michael Emerson was quoted in an article in Egyptian weekly Al-Ahram and taken up by Al Arabiya news channel

  • Karel Lannoo, in Wall Street Journal

    A commentary by CEPS CEO Karel Lannoo on the need to consolidate the EU Financial Markets’ supervisory framework was published in the Wall Street Journal

  • Daniel Gros, in BBC’s Europe

    A commentary by CEPS Director Daniel Gros on the possible scenarios for the EU after the Irish referendum was quoted in a column by the BBC’s Europe’s editor 
     

  • Daniel Gros, in EUObserver

    A commentary by CEPS Director Daniel Gros on the options after the rejection of the Treaty of Lisbon by Irish voters was published by EU Affairs portal EUObserver

  • Folha

    CEPS Associate Fellow Senem Aydin was quoted by Brasilian daily Folha, in an article looking at the implications of the court ruling that could outlaw Turkish governing AKP Party

  • Daniel Gros, in Time Magazine

    CEPS Director Daniel Gros's commentary on the options for the European Union after the Irish referendum was quoted by Time Magazine 
     

  • Piotr Maciej Kaczyński, in Gazeta Wyborcza

    CEPS Fellow Piotr Kaczynski published an op-ed on the consequences of the Irish no in Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza 
     

  • Marco Incerti, in Swiss Italian Radio Television

    CEPS Fellow Marco Incerti took part in a live debate on Swiss Italian Radio Television on the consequences of the Irish no to the Lisbon Treaty 
     

  • Daniel Gros, in International Herald Tribune

    CEPS Director Daniel Gros commented for the International Herald Tribune on the impact of the Irish referendum on currency fluctuations. 
     

  • Focus

    CEPS Research Fellow Sebastian Kurpas was quoted by German magazine Focus, in an article that looks at the proposal by German Interior affairs Minister Wolfgang Schäuble to directly elect the President of the EU Council 
     

  • Die Presse

    CEPS Fellow Sebastian Kurpas was interviewed by Austrian daily Die Presse for an article assessing the political implications of the results of the Irish referendum. 
     

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