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Publications prepared by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs. See publications before July 2015. See an overview of ECFIN publication series.

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  • Alessandra Cepparulo, Clíona McDonnell, Vito Ernesto Reitano, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

This Economic Brief analyses the euro area fiscal stance since 2020, i.e. the impulse that national budgets and the EU budget have been providing to the euro area economy since the pandemic.

  • Scientific paper
  • Áron Kiss, Alexander Leodolter, Alessandro Turrini, Istvan Vanyolos, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

This Economic Brief focuses on challenges related to recurrent immovable property and labour taxation during periods of high inflation. It discusses the update of property values and liquidity issues on the side of property tax payers as well as the bracket creep (or fiscal drag) in labour taxation.

  • Scientific paper
  • Moreno Bertoldi, Heinz Scherrer, Guergana Stanoeva, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

The paper revisits G20 developments in the last ten years with a particular focus on the G20 response to the pandemic; the consequences of growing geopolitical tensions and the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine on the effectiveness of the G20...

  • Scientific paper
  • Norbert Gaál, Lars Nilsson, Jose Ramon Perea, Alessandra Tucci, Beatriz Velazquez, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

This paper looks at global trade fragmentation from an EU perspective.

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  • Theo Aphecetche, Maria Bianchi, Guergana Stanoeva, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

This paper analysis the latest development of global current account imbalances, also focusing on possible vulnerabilities in emerging market economies and the potential impact of climate mitigation policies on current account imbalances.

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  • Willem J. Kooi , Ronald Albers, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

This paper provides analysis of the development in corporate trade credit and financial buffers, policy action and how this affected risks for cascading effects throughout the supply chain in Sweden.