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  • Does Hydrogen Have a Place in the Energy Transition?
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    Lundi 27 Octobre 2014
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    Policy Brief - Does Hydrogen Have a Place in the Energy Transition?

    Despite the image of the burning Hindenburg zeppelin that has remained in our collective memory since 1937, hydrogen continues to be held in exceptional esteem.
  • Europe
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    Vendredi 17 Octobre 2014
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    A Matter of Equity, Faith and Trust

    A solution to Europe's economic woes is straightforward, but differing views of the euro system are preventing implementation. By Jean Pisani-Ferry
  • Public Subsidies Harmful to Biodiversity
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    Mardi 14 Octobre 2014
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    Report – Public Subsidies Harmful to Biodiversity

    Public debate has sometimes tended to equate preservation of biodiversity with the emblematic fate of certain endangered species.
  • L'Europe
    Mercredi 01 Octobre 2014
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    Solving Europe’s Credibility Problem

    As the eurozone debates how to escape the stagnation trap in which it finds itself, one question has become increasingly important: Can governments credibly commit to trim …
  • Jean Pisani-Ferry
    Vendredi 08 Août 2014
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    A Field Manual for Economic Reforms

    Adopting the appropriate strategy is very important, but so too is making sure it suits local conditions. By Jean Pisani-Ferry
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    Jeudi 07 Août 2014
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    Can Investment Save Europe ?

    By Jean Pisani-Ferry. Economic growth in Europe remains disappointing.
  • France ten years from now
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    Vendredi 04 Juillet 2014
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    France ten years from now

    France has only belatedly recognised that the decline of its world standing is not the result of global developments but rather linked to its own deficiencies.