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  Europe’s Political Economy  

The Europe’s Political Economy (EPE) Programme is dedicated to covering topics related to EU economic policy, in a context of increasing globalisation and rapid technological change. From an intra-EU point of view, the Programme provides expertise on reforming and strengthening the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and regional economies; ensuring a holistic approach to industrial policy; supporting the Single Market and digital policy; as well as optimising the use of the EU budget and its programmes. Within the international context, the Programme focuses on trade policy and multilateral governance systems. The Programme’s team is also a skilled analyst on the process of Brexit and the long-term relationship between the United Kingdom and the EU.
The activities under this Programme are often carried out in cooperation with other EPC Programmes, with whom there are overlaps and common interests. For example, this is the case for work related to Brexit and differentiated integration, skills and labour markets, sustainability and strategic autonomy.


The implications of a no-deal Brexit for the EU
By Jannike Wachowiak - 22/10/2020
A challenging agenda for the new Trade Commissioner
By Francesco De Angelis - 08/10/2020
Single market / COMMENTARY
The end of the level playing field?
By Fabian Zuleeg - 01/10/2020
Brexit: Endgame
By Fabian Zuleeg - 08/09/2020



Marta Pilati was interviewed by Euractive on the recovery fund. Read here

23 April 2020 - ,

Organised by the European Youth Parliament. Marta Pilati gave a contribution as an expert for the ECON committee on the economic response to the COVID-19 crisis.

17 April 2020 - ,
Industrial policy /
The Entrepreneurial Society – A Reform Strategy for the European Union
Marta Pilati participated in a panel discussion on entrepreneurial growth and industrial policy in Europe.

26 November 2019 - Brussels,


Chief Executive and Chief Economist 
Europe’s political economy, Future of Europe, economic governance & EMU, EU budget, industrial policy, trade, Single Market, European labour markets, Europe's economic & social model(s), Brexit & the EU-UK relationship
Policy Analyst
Industrial policy, Single Market, Digital, Trade
Policy Analyst
EU digital agenda, New Technologies, Industry 4.0, EU Foreign Policy & Strategic Autonomy, Populism and Liberalism, Civil Society, Political Philosophy
Policy Analyst
Economic Governance, Industrial policy, Regional Development, Research & Innovation, EU budget, Italy
Junior Policy Analyst
Brexit, European Integration, UK-EU relations, Germany
Programme Assistant

Single market, Economic and Monetary Union, international trade, EU trade policy

Programme Assistant
UK-EU Future Relationship, Brexit, Scotland-EU Relations, EU democracy & the rule of law
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