Task Forces

  • Completed without final report. Prospectus

    Paul Arlman, Secretary General Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE)
    Joe McCahery, University of Tilburg and Arman Khachaturyan, Visiting Fellow, CEPS
    1st meeting: 17 Jun 2004
    2nd meeting: 30 Sept 2004
    3rd meeting: 22 Feb 2005
    4th meeting: 20 Apr 2005

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Completion of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme in the Emerging Global Climate Regime
    Authors: Christian Egenhofer & Noriko Fujiwara

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Business Consequences of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
    Authors: Christian Egenhofer, Noriko Fujiwara & Kyriakos Gialoglou

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Integrating Europe’s Transport System: Practical Proposals for the Mid-Term Review of the Transport White Paper
    Author: David Kernohan

  •  Adaptation and mitigation for climate change are a global responsibility and the EU has to develop a common strategy to tackle the consequences for the member states as well as fulfilling its international obligations. There are clearly hardly any dissenting voices on such a statement, but there is also little clarity on what this means in practice, in particular: Which actions should be undertaken at European level? Is the budget adapted to the challenges ahead and coherent with EU mitigation and adaptation objectives?

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Achieving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the EU
    Malcolm Gammie, Silvia Giannini, Alexander Klemm, Andreas Oestreicher, Paola Parascandolo & Christoph Spengel

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    The Future of Insurance Regulation and Supervision in the EU: New Developments, New Challenges
    Authors: Rym Ayadi & Christopher O’Brien

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    A New European Agenda for Labour Mobility
    Author: Anna Turmann

  • Completed task forces

    No final report published.

    The process of ageing of the population will present new and big challenges to the whole society, including business. Firms in general will be confronted with the ageing of the labour force, and businesses such as life insurance companies, pension funds and pay-as-you-go schemes, will have to deal with the consequences of an increase in the life expectancy of the population. The Round Table will serve as a forum for discussion of common challenges, debate over future scenarios, and an assessment of their related degree of uncertainty.

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Rethinking the EU Regulatory Strategy for the Internal Energy Market
    Authors: Christian Egenhofer & Kyriakos Gialoglou