- Datum publicatie
- 7 maart 2022
- Directoraat-generaal Interne Markt, Industrie, Ondernemerschap en Midden- en Kleinbedrijf
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An enhanced methodology to monitor the EU’s strategic dependencies and vulnerabilities
WP2023/14 - This article develops an enhanced bottom-up and data-driven methodology to detect EU strategic dependencies using highly disaggregated product-level trade data.
Unravelling deep integration: Local labour market effects of the Brexit vote
WP2022/13 - This paper studies the impact of the threat of trade barriers caused by the Brexit referendum on labour markets.
UK Trade in the Wake of Brexit
WP2022/12 - This paper studies the impact of Brexit on the UK’s trade with the EU, relative to its trade with the rest of the world.
Cross-country price and inflation dispersion: Retail network or national border
WP2022/11 - (Why) do prices and inflation rates differ within the euro area? This paper studies the relevance of a national border between Austria and Germany for grocery prices, and finds large assortment and price differences between these two regions.
Globalisation and unemployment in the EU: new insights on the role of global value chains and workforce composition
WP2022/10 - This paper estimates the impact of participation in Global Value Chains (GVCs) on unemployment. It shows that a higher participation reduces the unemployment rate in less advanced EU economies, while it increases it in core countries.
European firm concentration and aggregate productivity
WP2022/09 - This paper derives a European Herfindahl–Hirschman concentration index from 15 micro-aggregated country datasets. It finds that changes in concentration in Europe are positively associated with changes in productivity and allocative efficiency.
Beyond the Great Reversal: Superstars, Unions, and the Euro
WP2022/08 - Has the Euro created a more competitive market? Using a staggered difference-in-differences design, this paper finds that the Euro has increased firm-level market power between 23% and 30%, after its adoption.
The 'completeness' of the EU single market in comparison to the United States
WP2022/07 - Thirty years after the 1992 deadline for 'completing' the European single market, how can we judge Europe’s progress toward that goal? How should we estimate prospective gains from further steps?
A general equilibrium analysis of the economic impact of the post-2006 EU regulation in the services sector
WP2022/06 - This study uses both econometric and modelling techniques to quantify the macroeconomic impact of regulatory reforms removing barriers in the European Single Market for services that have taken place in the European Union between 2006 and 2017.
30 years of single market – taking stock and looking ahead
WP2022/05 - This note provides an analytical contribution on the state of the single market 30 years after its establishment and the role of the single market as driver of EU resilience. It assesses developments in goods and services integration.
Decoupling from Russia
WP2022/04 - This paper analyses the economic implications for the European Union (EU) of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and of the following developments.
'SCAN' (Supply Chain Alert Notification) monitoring system
WP2022/03 - This paper proposes an indicator-based mechanism to monitor the evolution of supply chains in the EU and identify their distress.
Supply, or Demand, that is the Question: Decomposing Euro Area Inflation
WP2022/02 - This paper presents a decomposition of producer prices inflation between supply and demand factors. It finds that 80% of the current price pressure is due to supply shortages and only 20% to demand expansion.
Detecting and Analysing Supply Chain Disruption
WP 2022/01 - This first issue of the Directorate-General for Internal Market's Single Market Economic Papers series presents a methodology to detect and analyse supply chain disruptions.