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Trade in Environmental Services – Lowering the Barriers, Seizing the Benefits

Upcoming: 8 December 2021 10:00-11:30 CET | Online
Roundtables, Trade | Tags: Environmental Services, Green Growth, Services Trade
Major disruptions have often triggered technological revolutions and transitions to a new way of organizing production and consumption. The recovery from the Covid-19 crisis is such an opportunity for change.... continue reading

Is the OECD/G20 International Corporate Tax Reform Fair?

| 26 November 2021
Blog, Fiscal | Tags: Corporate Tax, Developing Countries, Minimum Tax Rate, Tax Competition
On October 8th, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) announced that 136 countries have adopted its two-pillar proposal to reform the taxation of multinational enterprises (MNEs). Pillar One applies... continue reading

The Moratorium on Tariffs on E-commerce Should Stay

| 25 November 2021
Blog, Trade | Tags: Digitalization, Tariffs, WTO
The rise of the digital economy will be hitting the agenda at next week’s Ministerial Conference (MC12) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in many ways. The continuation of the... continue reading

Carbon Prices and Carbon Leakage

and | 15 November 2021
Blog, Trade | Tags: Carbon Pricing, Carbon Tax
Over the past weeks, the conversation over a global carbon price has considerably moved up policy debates worldwide. Just half a year ago, hardly anyone would have seen such a... continue reading

Central Banks and Policy Coherence

23 November | Online
Monetary, Roundtables | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Governance, Financial Regulation, Monetary Policy
Modern central banks play an outsized role in our economic development through their central role in both monetary policy and financial regulation. Many are now arguing that central banks should discharge... continue reading

Bridging the Disconnects – From Diagnosis to Action in Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risks

| 29 October 2021
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risk, Financial Regulation, Macroprudential Regulation
When the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) published its Report on Climate-Related Financial Risk last week, it triggered a wide range of reactions. Some praised it as a critical step... continue reading