Towards a new global economic order – what does TTIP mean?
The successful conclusion of TTIP negotiations would be regarded as a benchmark for future free trade agreements, Henning Vöpel and Jörn Quitzau find What future for Europe?
What Europeans decide to do next will determine European’s quality of life, security and prosperity for generations to come, Benjamin Zeeb writes
North America in the world of trade
Working with Canada and Mexico, America’s capacity for innovation could be harnessed to develop solutions for shared economic, environmental, and resource-based challenges, Kent Hughes asserts Corporate taxation in Europe: let's get it together!
Willem Pieter de Groen says that the harmfulness of corporate tax avoidance and evasion will create a sense of urgency for Europe to move towards a consolidated corporate tax What globalisation needs: world-class business education
As business becomes more global, so too must professional education. John Danilovich discusses the need for professional education that is relevant, reputable and accessible worldwide
Clouds of change
Charles Handy has always sought to identify the clouds of change threatening society. Here he identifies one such possible threat – the dysfunctional behaviour of our large corporations
Enterprise leadership evolving towards a five dimensional orientation
Govert Doedijns looks at the development of enterprise leadership On the separation of church and state
Fleur de Beaufort says we should focus on the separation of church and state by asking participants to identify those areas in which this separation has not yet been completed in the Netherlands and how this can be accomplished as quickly as possible Dual-learning contributes to the competitiveness of industry
Dual-learning systems, such as apprenticeships, results in a skilled and productive workforce and lower youth employment, Markus Beyrer finds Reconsidering climate change
Climate sceptics include many of the world’s most qualified scientists - ignoring them is causing disaster for the world’s most vulnerable people, Tom Harris argues
Lucullan Italiano
From the top of the boot to the toe, the Italian hotel scene is booming. Here, our favourite places, whether urban style setters or idyllic country retreats, are revealed India-EU FTA: problems and future prospects
Geethanjali Nataraj writes that once India’s new foreign trade policy is announced the FTA talks can resume The EU is listening to business’ cries for reform
Lucy Thomas says there is a third way of staying in the EU, engaging with the process, and building alliances for reform
Fixing the broken region of the Caucasus
Jos Boonstra and Laure Delcour evaluate EU policies in the South Caucasus, a broken region characterised by local tensions and conflicting influences of large regional actors TTIP and the digital economy
Erik van der Marel and Matthias Bauer contend that the TTIP could be used as a good starting point for the new global digital economy
Why true free traders should push for a TTIP without investment protection
Sebastian Dullien says free traders should aim for a limited TTIP with all tariffs removed and some harmonisation of standards, leaving open the potential for more in the future Cents and sensibility: disputing the TTIP
Hussein Haeri and David Walker write about investment protection and ISDS in the TTIP A tale of two worlds
Julio Saavedra examines Latin America’s competing trade blocs and finds that the Andes mountains not only mark a mighty geographic division, but an economic policy one as well. You would do well to go west

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Improving the international tax system
Pascal Saint-Amans and Grace Perez-Navarro outline how the OECD is committed to ensuring that the outdated international rules are revamped to deal with changing business models and the rapidly changing economic environment
Intellectual property protection: the key driver of innovation 
in Europe
Emma Marcegaglia writes that the protection of IP in Europe is the basis for progress, growth and job creation
One-sided relationship between Africa and China is increasingly irking Africans
William Gumede asks whether China will make its relationship with the continent more equitable The Bali deal impasse prognosis
Suparna Karmakar writes that the lack of strategic thinking worldwide may have grave consequences for 
the future of the global trade governance system What’s needed to lift growth over the longer term?
The G20 Brisbane Action Plan is a reason for more optimism as we enter 2015, Jonny Greenhill and Stephan Mumenthaler write
External imbalances and the governance of the eurozone
Daniel Dăianu argues that unconventional monetary policies are needed to enhance the chances for a longer term recovery
It's not about 2020... you've got to think farther. It's about 2050
Barbara Cheng writes that many products, services and research will be obsolete in four years. In 50 years, they might be forgotten. But the people you develop, the women you accelerate into top jobs, and the legacy you leave behind might matter more Leadership for an ambitious climate agreement
Only with determined and collective global action can we solve pressing global environmental, societal and economic issues, like climate change, asserts John Danilovich Eastern Partnership at a crossroads
Amanda Paul says the EaP in its current form has run its course, and there is now a broad recognition that there is a need for a more differentiated approach Just the (T)TIP of the iceberg?
Jo Leinen investigates the nature of the TTIP, which is more an all-encompassing regulatory agreement, rather than a classical trade deal
Single? Ready or not the holidays are here
In a Q&A Amber Kelleher-Andrews shares some of her insights into when one should consider hiring a professional matchmaker International tax regulation - getting the balance right
Christian Kaeser writes that a dispute resolution mechanism which ensures that it is neither the taxpayer who defines the ‘fair share’ of tax nor two or more countries, all with deviating results, that will produce a 
fair balance The light shines on trade finance
Trade finance is a technique worth supporting, John Danilovich finds
Financing global trade: opportunities and challenges on the horizon
Matthew Ekberg says more needs to be done collaboratively between the public and private sector to remove any barriers to this important real economy driver of growth The global financial cycle and macro-prudential policies
How can the ECB coordinate its policies better with the FED and other major central banks, for the sake of mitigating boom and bust dynamics in the global economy, has to be given more clear answers, Daniel Dăianu asks
No need to change the eurozone Stability and Growth Pact
Stefano Micossi and Fabrizia Peirce find that existing rules are fully capable of meeting cyclical oscillations 
of the economy or to finance to accommodate the short-term costs of structural reforms undertaken to strengthen debt sustainability in the medium-term The EU’s pivot to Asia
Europe has steadily increased its engagement with the world’s most dynamic region and home to 60% of 
the global population, writes Fraser Cameron Did the crisis cause a change in globalization?
Henning Vöpel and Hendrik Hüning examine the implications for international business of the change of 
the dynamic in globalization, which has been intensified by the damaging effect of the financial and economic crisis The EU and the City of London
Robert Oulds says EU regulators threaten the UK’s position as a world leader in international business services Youth unemployment in Europe
Werner Eichhorst provides pointers on what employers and policy makers can do to overcome one of the most pressing issues in Europe Securing the future of the European defence industry: a ‘mission possible’ for the EU?
Andrea Frontini examines recent trends and emerging challenges for the European defence industry The world is ready for a global economic governance reform, are world leaders?
Global governance will have to adapt much more significantly and quickly or else risk becoming insignificant, argue Jim O'Neill and Alessio Terzi