It aims “to improve the quality of economic policy with open and fact-based research, analysis and debate.” It maintains a dual focus on analysis and impact. With members, that have relationships with policymakers at multiple governance levels.
- European Macroeconomics and Governance;
- Global Economics and Governance;
- Finance and Financial Regulation;
- Innovation and Competition;
- Energy and Climate.
- Public and private research projects
- Visiting Fellowships
- ‘Export and patent specialization in low carbon technologies’ (August 2018), which explores how global trade and patenting patterns create competitive advantages for some countries in low-carbon sector innovation.