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Centre for European Policy Studies

The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) is a think tank based in Brussels, Belgium that undertakes research "leading to solutions to the challenges facing Europe today". It was established in 1983.[1]

Organisation

The think tank receives its funding from EU institutions, national governments, [1] CEPS employs a mixture of permanent staff, research fellows based at other institutions such as universities, and stagiaires. The Centre's director is Daniel Gros, a German economist.[2][3]

It was established in 1983[4] as the first think tank dealing primarily with the issues related to the European integration. Its first director was Peter Ludlow. Currently, CEPS director is Daniel Gros and Karel Lannoo is CEPS' CEO.

CEPS Board of Directors

CEPS Senior Research Staff

Research programmes

CEPS has research programmes on:[1]

Research networks

CEPS is also involved in a number of research networks, namely:[1]

  • Changing Landscape of Security & Liberty (CHALLENGE)
  • European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI)
  • European Climate Platform (ECP)
  • European Credit Research Institute (ECRI)
  • European Network for Better Regulation (ENBR)
  • European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes (ENEPRI)
  • European Policy Institutes Network (EPIN)
  • European Security Forum (ESF)

References

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External links

  • Centre for European Policy Studies homepage
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