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EU competitiveness: recent trends, drivers, and links to economic policy: A Synthesis Report

Robert Marschinski, Antonio Amores, Sara Amoroso, Peter Bauer, Roberta Cardani, Zoltan Csefalvay, Aurélien Genty, Petros Gkotsis, Wildmer Gregori (), Nicola Grassano, Hector Hernandez Guevara, David Martínez Turégano, Michela Nardo (), Beatrice Pataracchia, Lesley Potters (), Marco Ratto, María Román (), Jose Rueda Cantuche (), Miguel Sanchez Martinez (), Andrea Tacchella, Alexander Tuebke () and Antonio Vezzani
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Zoltan Csefalvay: European Commission - JRC,
Petros Gkotsis: European Commission - JRC,
Wildmer Gregori: European Commission - JRC,
Michela Nardo: European Commission - JRC,
Lesley Potters: European Commission - JRC,
Jose Rueda Cantuche: European Commission - JRC,
Miguel Sanchez Martinez: European Commission - JRC,
Alexander Tuebke: European Commission - JRC,

Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Alexander Tübke, Miguel Sanchez-Martinez () and José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche

No JRC123232, JRC Research Reports from Joint Research Centre

Abstract: This report informs the debate on Europe's economic competitiveness and how it can be sustained under the pressures of globalisation. It presents a series of research findings from different areas of analytical work carried out at the 'Growth and Innovation' Directorate of the Joint Research Centre. The focus is on current challenges, with topics ranging from global value chains analysis to competition policy, and from the possible reasons for the recent EU productivity stagnation to the economic damage implied by FDI restrictions. The common denominator of all contributions is their aim to inform discussions on competitiveness and their relevance for EU economic policy.

Keywords: competitiveness; productivity; global value chains; competition policy; restrictive regulation; mode 5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 63 pages
Date: 2021-01
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