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Alessandro Leipold Euronews Interview on the European Union Recovery Deal

Alessandro Leipold, chief economist of the Lisbon Council, comments on Good Morning Europe at Euronews on the European Council’s deal on the 750 billion-euro package aimed at funding post-pandemic relief efforts across the European Union.

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Financial Times, “EU Considers Measures to Cushion Businesses from Coronavirus”

“Whatever It Takes”: Why Urgent Fiscal Policy Action is Key to Eurozone Success, a new policy brief by Chief Economist Alessandro Leipold, was quoted in an article by the Financial Times. It writes: “Alessandro Leipold, chief economist at the Lisbon Council think-tank, said a ‘whatever it takes’ approach was now needed on fiscal policy in the region. This meant the European Council embracing a ‘clearly supportive stance’, he said in a note.”

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All Work,”Which EU Countries are Best Prepared for the Future of Work?”

Allwork.Space, an online news publication devoted to the future of work since 2003, publishes an article on The 2019 Future of Work Index: How the World of Work is Changing – and How Policy Needs to Change with It, a Lisbon Council policy brief that examines how the workplace is changing and the way social policy needs to evolve along with it.

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NRC Handelsblad, “Een geluk dat je in Nederland werkt-behalve als immigrant”

NRC Handelsblad, publishes an article on The 2019 Future of Work Index: How the World of Work is Changing – and How Policy Needs to Change with It, analysing the results of the Index for the Netherlands. The article includes an interview with Paul Hofheinz, president and co-founder of the Lisbon Council and co-author of the study.

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Silicon Republic, “Which Countries are Most Prepared for the Future of Work?”

Silicon Republic publishes an article on The 2019 Future of Work Index: How the World of Work is Changing – and How Policy Needs to Change with It, analysing which countries are prepared the most for the future of work.

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‘Estonia’s new European Course’ by Luukas K. Ilves

Luukas K. Ilves, deputy director and senior fellow at the Lisbon Council, publishes a hard-hitting op-ed on ‘Estonia’s new European Course’, where he runs through the policy promises of Estonia’s extreme right nationalists who are on the verge of entering a coalition government for the first time. The manifesto includes a promise to hold a referendum on Estonia’s EU membership if more power is concentrated in Brussels and a ban on non-Estonians voting in local elections.

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CincoDias, ¿Qué podemos aprender de la industria discográfica?

Cinco Dias publishes an article on A Symphony, Not a Solo: How Collective Management Organizations Can Embrace Innovation and Drive Data Sharing in the Music Industry, a study part of a year-long collaboration of Teosto, the Lisbon Council and ESADE Business School, intended to stimulate discussion among key players in the music industry with the aim of accelerating data-driven innovation in music. The report was presented in Barcelona at the 4YFN conference in the margins of World Mobile Congress 2019.

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