In this In-depth report, three authors are explaining how the EU and Britain can both benefiting from an amicable break, bringing mutual benefit to the economies and livelihoods of UK and EU citizens.
10.03.2017. READ MORE
New Direction invites Polish readers to read the Polish translation of 'The Local Impact of EU Law, Who's Keeping Score?'. In the paper, Richard Torr, an expert on performance measurement, will present the data behind the Subsidiarity Scoreboard, a tool aimed at measuring the impact of EU law at a local level.
11.07.2016. READ MORE
In the paper, Richard Torr, an expert on performance measurement, will present the data behind the Subsidiarity Scoreboard, a tool aimed at measuring the impact of EU law at a local level.
11.07.2016. READ MORE
Ahead of the upcoming NATO Summit in Warsaw, the Summer New Direction Magazine explores solutions to strengthen Eastern Europe's Flank
16.06.2016. READ MORE
A report by New Direction, the Foundation for European Reform, recommends that the Croatian Fishing industry follow the Scottish model of governance and development. The report was launched by Scottish Conservative MEP, Ian Duncan.
27.05.2016. READ MORE
Roslyn Layton Phd discusses the role of Telecom and Digital Single Market to stimulate economic growth and to make the everyday life of European businesses and consumers easier.
27.04.2016. READ MORE
In our latest report Prof. Dr. Simon Evenett investigates how EU trade enforcement has evolved over time, assesses the current state of play, and makes clear recommendations for the future.
26.01.2016. READ MORE
New Direction's flagship magazine. In the first edition New Direction has invited leading economists and public intellectuals from a wide range of economic and political schools of thought—though all critical of the euro—to contribute essays assessing the eurozone crisis.
10.11.2015. READ MORE
This discussion paper explores the state of the Eurozone at 15 and its economic impact on Slovakia.
15.12.2014. READ MORE
This discussion paper offers a theoritical and practical exposition on the benefits of the single market and free trade in Europe.
07.11.2014. READ MORE
This discussion paper shows how recent laws determining who can own land and lead agricultural activities have turned Hungary into a crony state.
20.10.2014. READ MORE
This discussion paper is an original critical comparative analysis of the private sector experience of European governments.
19.10.2014. READ MORE
This discussion paper is an original critical comparative analysis of school systems in The Netherlands and in France.
18.10.2014. READ MORE
Great publicity is given especially to Standard Eurobarometer, which is undertaken twice a year with a National Reports in national languages. However, most of the analysis focus on the current state of the public opinion and usually comparison with the previous survey, which is in the case of Standard Eurobarometer half year old. This report focuses on a few fundamental questions asked in the Standard Eurobarometer survey.
16.10.2014. READ MORE
Access, quality, and cost are essential components of a health care system. These three umbrella categories are collectively referred to as the three-legged stool of health care, because any changes in one area will inevitably affect the others.
15.10.2014. READ MORE
It is now fifteen years ago that major legislative powers were devolved to the Scottish Parliament and its executive, now called the Scottish Government.
03.10.2014. READ MORE
La Commission européenne souhaite uniformiser les bases d’assujettissement des sociétés à l’impôt sur les bénéfices dans tous les pays de l’Union. Son projet, dénommé ACCIS, se présente comme une option offerte aux sociétés qui pourraient par ailleurs conserver le régime propre à leur pays d’implantation. Après un rappel du contexte historique dans lequel l’impôt sur les sociétés a été institué, la présente note analyse les avantages et les inconvénients qu’offrirait l’ACCIS.
02.10.2014. READ MORE
A study on the financial relationship between national and regional government in Europe, with recommendations for best practice, using Austria as an example.
20.09.2014. READ MORE
Negative interest rates here, there, everywhere. What used to be taught as "impossible" in textbook is now a reality throughout the EU. And for the first time it even affects corporate bonds, not just "safe" sovereign ones. Why would anyone lend more than they receive, when they can just hang on to cash? We explain.
03.09.2014. READ MORE
The report highlighted that on average, productivity and profitability tends to increase with a take-over and in some cases in addition to the acquisition itself, new businesses are established.
30.08.2014. READ MORE
This paper argues that the EU can mitigate, and even benefit from the US shale revolution by making greater US natural gas exports a provision in the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) negotiations.
08.07.2014. READ MORE
This discussion paper has been elaborated to investigate suspicion of the misuse of EU funds, in projects where the Slovak local government authorities are final beneficiaries.
08.07.2014. READ MORE
The paper analyses a capacity of the Central European member states of the EU to become active players in the current developments allegedly leading to a new shape of the European integration and EU’s foreign policy.
04.07.2014. READ MORE
The European Commission provides direct financial contributions by way of grants in support of projects or organisations which further the interests of the EU or contribute to the implementation of an EU programme or policy
07.04.2014. READ MORE
The report highlighted the urgent need for cross border investment in infrastructure, environmental protection and economic development.
02.04.2014. READ MORE
Old-age social insurance in the European Union is facing negative long-term demographic trends, as chronically unbalanced state social insurance fund budgets put the system’s existence at risk.
27.03.2014. READ MORE
Scotland’s place in Europe, in the event of a Yes vote in the Independence Referendum,was a matter of fierce debate throughout 2014.
31.01.2014. READ MORE
This paper provides a clear analysis of the faults and potential of the European Union, with a reasoned discussion of where Britain’s European interests lie and what is the best approach for the EU.
21.11.2013. READ MORE
What makes a good health service?
01.11.2013. READ MORE
The report makes six recommendations for reforming EU spending on NGO’s
24.09.2013. READ MORE
Atlantic trade deal 'must stay open to all'
01.09.2013. READ MORE
Euro Bank Tax 'could cost 640,000 jobs
01.07.2013. READ MORE
'10 million jobs' goal from EU-US trade deal
01.05.2013. READ MORE
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