Task Forces

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Regulating E-Commerce in Financial Services
    Author: Nuria Diez Guardia

    The purpose of this report is to identify the possible implications of e-commerce in financial services and associated risks for the financial sector industry. The report provides an overview of regulatory initiatives at the European level and identifies main public policy issues. In particular, the report focuses on retail financial services, an area that is often problematic. A series of policy recommendations is outlined.

  • Completed task forces
  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    A European Bargain: Investing in CEEC Health
    Author: Wolfgang Hager

    Focusing on the process of transition in Central and Eastern Europe, this report looks at health as an issue of enlargement from an economic perspective. The report argues that health is of strategic importance for the success of enlargement and is directly relevant to the future economic development of the candidate countries and to the social and financial sustainability of that development.

    Date Published: 1 September 2001
    Pages: 30
     

  • Completed task forces

    CEPS Task Force Report:
    The Future of the WTO and the New Trade Round
    Author: Paul Brenton

  • CEPS Task Force Report:
    Business and Sustainability in the European Union
    Authors: Richard Almgren & Wolfgang Hager

  • Completed task forces

    CEPS Task Force Report:
    Updating EU Securities Market Regulation: Adapting to the Needs of a Single Capital Market
    Author: Karel Lannoo, CEPS CEO

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    The CEPS Working Party on EU Climate Change Policy: Priorities for COP 6 ran during the first half of 2000, the crucial period for preparation of the negotiations which commenced in June 2000.

    Chair:
    Barbara Kuryk, Vice President, Health, Safety & Environment of BP Amoco Chemicals

    Rapporteurs:
    Christian Egenhofer, CEPS Senior Fellow
    Fiona Mullins, Senior Consultant at ERM Ltd.

     

     

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