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Andrej Stuchlik

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What is the EU doing about regulating banks? [What is Europe doing for its citizens?]

Written by Andrej Stuchlik, One of the few positive outcomes of the worldwide financial crisis that began in 2007 was renewed vigour in EU banking regulation. New capital requirements laws now strengthen the resilience of European banks and protect everyone’s savings from future financial shocks. Better banking regulation Since the financial crisis, the EU has … Continue reading

Amending the bank resolution framework – BRRD and SRMR [EU Legislation in Progress]

Written by Andrej Stuchlik (1st edition), The completion and implementation of the significant overhaul of the financial regulatory framework in response to the financial crisis, including the revision of the resolution framework for banks, remains a major area of the European Commission’s work. On 23 November 2016, the Commission proposed amending the Bank Recovery and … Continue reading

Amending capital requirements: The ‘CRD-V package’ [EU Legislation in Progress]

Despite significant progress since the financial crisis of 2007-2008, the overhaul of the financial regulatory framework remains a European Commission priority. Continue reading

Economic and budgetary outlook for the European Union 2017

Written by Alessandro D’Alfonso, Angelos Delivorias, Magdalena Sapała and Andrej Stuchlik , This study presents the 2017 economic and budgetary outlook for the European Union, explores the most recent developments in EU budgetary negotiations, and focuses on the investment gap in the EU, as a major economic challenge for the Union. In 2016, the EU … Continue reading

Roundtable Discussion on Economic Governance and Options for a Fiscal Capacity

Written by Andrej Stuchlik, with Philipp Wegner On 20 October 2016, the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) jointly hosted a roundtable debate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to discuss current challenges for the euro area and potential options for a fiscal capacity. Unfolding in 2010, the sovereign debt crisis exposed weaknesses in the economic … Continue reading

A fiscal capacity for the euro area? Options for reforms to counter asymmetric shocks

The idea to create a ‘fiscal capacity’ for the euro area was launched in the wake of the sovereign debt crisis, with the recognition that weaknesses in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) had worsened the crisis. Although the debate has lost some momentum as euro-area countries have stepped back from the acute phase of the crisis, the EU institutions continue to work on designing a framework to bolster EMU, looking in particular at automatic stabilisers. The European Parliament’s Committees on Budgets and Economic and Monetary Affairs are currently preparing a report on a budgetary capacity for the euro area. Continue reading

The cost of banking – Recent trends in capital requirements

Written by Andrej Stuchlik, As the European Banking Authority gets set to release the results of the latest stress tests on 51 major EU banks, EPRS looks at the developing rules on capital requirements for financial institutions in the EU. Capital and liquidity requirements are provisions to make banking activities safer through measures to cover … Continue reading

European Deposit Insurance Scheme Completing the Banking Union [EU Legislation in Progress]

Written by Andrej Stuchlik  (1st edition), As part of its ambition to complete the Banking Union, the European Commission proposes the introduction of a European Deposit Insurance Scheme (EDIS), in order to reduce the potential spill-over risk of local bank failures on the financial stability of the economic and monetary union as a whole. According … Continue reading

European Parliamentary Week on the European Semester

Written by Richard Freedman in cooperation with Andrej Stuchlik The States-General of The Netherlands and the European Parliament are inviting national Parliaments to the Interparliamentary Conference on Stability, Economic Coordination and Governance in the European Union (the Conference following Article 13 of the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the EMU (TSCG)). The European … Continue reading

Work and social welfare for asylum-seekers and refugees: selected EU Member States

Written by Eva-Maria Poptcheva and Andrej Stuchlik (with contributions from Piotr Bakowski, Alexandra Gatto, Detelin Ivanov, Ingeborg Odink, and Irene Peñas Dendariena) The surge of asylum-seekers to the EU has increased steadily, and reached record highs in recent years and months. Asylum-seekers risk their lives on dangerous journeys to Europe, which often do not stop at … Continue reading

Growing apart? Debate on inequalities in Europe

Written by Andrej Stuchlik What accounts for diverging income and wage disparities in Europe? How do we interlace these disparities in the discussion reducing poverty and social exclusion? Finally, how can we translate developments within and between EU Member States into political action? In this broad and multi-dimensional context, inequalities are an increasingly profound policy … Continue reading

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