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There are numerous analyses about China and its future, as well as about Chinese engagement with Latin America.
Date
21/11/2018
This study maps and analyses current and future global trends in the fields of economics and society, covering the period to 2035.
Date
20/11/2018
Global power shifts, pressure on liberal democracies, challenges to global governance, the transformation of economic models and of the very fabric of societies, new uses and misuses of technology, hu
Date
15/11/2018
Growing anxiety about China’s dominance of emerging markets spurred a rare bipartisan effort to pass the Better Utilization of Investments Leading to Development (BUILD) Act of 2018.
Date
05/11/2018
Churchill is said to have commented after a particularly undistinguished meal: “The pudding [that’s dessert for us Americans] lacked a theme.” This is also true of the world before us today.
Date
18/10/2018
ATMs constitute a critical component in today’s infrastructure for facilitating cash payments.
Date
05/10/2018
The past decades have seen an undeniable trend towards decentralisation and greater diversity of multilevel governance arrangements around the world.
Date
27/09/2018
Using large scale EIB Investment Survey evidence for 2016 covering 8,900 non-financial firms from all size and age classes across all sectors and all EU Member States, we identify different innovation
Date
21/09/2018
This paper examines current trends, uncertainties and wild cards in relation to international trade and investment. It then considers implications for the European Union.
Date
20/09/2018
By 2050, the world is expected to generate 3.40 billion tonnes of waste annually, increasing drastically from today’s 2.01 billion tonnes.
Date
20/09/2018

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