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1. Programming Brexit: How will the UK’s IT sector fare?

2. Tightening by Stealth: Why keeping the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve constant is equivalent to a gradual exit

3. The Dutch Referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

4. Framing Banking Union in the Euro Area: Some empirical evidence

5. The Crowding-out Effect of Mandatory Labour Market Pension Schemes on Private Savings: Evidence from renters in Denmark

6. Future of Skills in Europe: Convergence or polarisation?

7. The EU's Use of 'Targeted' Sanctions: Evaluating effectiveness

8. The Potential Evolution of the European Energy System to 2020 and 2050

9. Inflation-Targeting, Flexible Exchange Rates and Macroeconomic Performance since the Great Recession

10. The EMS Crisis of the 1990s: Parallels with the present crisis?

11. Exports and Capacity Constraints: A smooth transition regression model for six euro-area countries

12. Disappearing government bond spreads in the eurozone — Back to normal?

13. Trade policy issues in the Wider Europe – that led to war and not yet to peace

14. ECB Policy and Eurozone Fragility: Was De Grauwe Right?

15. Trade policy issues in the Wider Europe – that led to war and not yet to peace

16. Trade policy issues in the Wider Europe - that led to war and not yet to peace

17. Labour Market Reforms and Current Account Imbalances: Beggar-thy-neighbour policies in a currency union?

18. Extending Working Life in Finland

19. Extending Working Life in Belgium

20. Proposal for a Stabilisation Fund for the EMU

21. Economic Policy Coordination in the Economic and Monetary Union: From Maastricht via the SGP to the Fiscal Pact

22. When do adults learn? A cohort analysis of adult education in Europe

23. The EU and Brazil: Partnering in an uncertain world?

24. How much did China's WTO accession increase economic growth in resource-rich countries?

25. A simple model of multiple equilibria and sovereign default

26. Public and Private Regulation: Mapping the Labyrinth

27. Shale Gas and the EU Internal Gas Market: Beyond the Hype and Hysteria

28. What Germany should fear most is its own fear: An analysis of Target2 and current account imbalances

29. Escaping the Vicious Cycle of Poverty: Towards Universal Access to Energy

30. Self-Fulfilling Crises in the Eurozone: An Empirical Test

31. Russian Foreign Policy: What is not seen from the Kremlin

32. A European Deposit Insurance and Resolution Fund

33. Regulatory Quality in the European Commission and the UK: Old questions and new findings

34. Mispricing of Sovereign Risk and Multiple Equilibria in the Eurozone

35. Eschewing Choice: Ukraine's Strategy on Russia and the EU

36. Global Matrix: A conceptual and organisational framework for researching the future of global governance

37. Restrictions of Passage, Accidents and Oil Transportation Norms: Impact on Supply Security

38. Strategic Oil Stocks and Security of Supply

39. Armed Conflicts and Security of Oil and Gas Supplies

40. The Functioning of the International Oil Markets and its Security Implications

41. Global Oil Supplies: The Impact of Resource Nationalism and Political Instability

42. Distributional Consequences of Climate Change Impacts on the Power Sector: Who gains and who loses?

43. Is the EU internal market suffering from an integration deficit? Estimating the 'home-bias effect'

44. Adjustment Difficulties and Debt Overhangs in the Eurozone Periphery

45. Governance of a Fragile Eurozone

46. Taking Stock: EU Common Commercial Policy in the Lisbon Era

47. The New Stability and Growth Pact: Primum non nocere

48. Has the financial crisis shattered citizens' trust in national and European governmental institutions? Evidence from the EU member states, 1999-2010

49. Iran in the shadow of the 2009 presidential elections

50. Why has the crisis been bad for private pensions, but good for the flat tax? The sustainability of 'neoliberal' reforms in the new EU member states