Re-Define seeks to improve economic governance and decision-making both at a European and an international level. The economic governance programme encompasses macro-economics, fiscal issues, crisis management, economic decision-making and European governance and regulation. We work in close cooperation with a broad range of stakeholders, offering fresh perspectives and ideas for addressing various problems in economic governance.
Our key download is the blueprint Building a crisis management framework for the EU
This European parliament policy brief offers suggestions on how to build a comprehensive crisis management framework for the EU in general and the Eurozone in particular. It also analyses the policy proposals being put forward by the commission and by other influential actors.
Our most recent Commentaries and Policy Maker Briefs:
A New Global Monetary System? (Feb 2011)
Global Imbalances and Global Governance (Feb 2011)
Other Re-Define Publications
This policy paper discusses how globalization has led to a need for new institutional structures and approaches to global governance. The paper lays out specific short to medium term measures that Europe must take in order to tackle the triple fiscal, financial and climate crises confronting the world.
This policy brief shows how a differentiated regime of financial transaction taxes can be used for raising highly progressive tax revenues, reducing excessive short-termism and addressing systemic risk.
This report, which was commissioned by the German Development Ministry shows how Tackling Tax Flight can help improve the quality of Economic Governance.
This concept note, written for the World Future Council looks at the pros and cons of SDRs and the Gold Standard from an Economic Governance Perspective.