Center for European Policy Studies
(1983; Brussels; 77 staff; www.ceps.eu)
An independent policy research institute and think tank. It seeks to create constructive solutions to the challenges Europe is facing by producing reliable policy research. CEPS boasts over 200 corporate and institutional members offering a wealth of practical experience, expertise and consult on its policy proposals. The center is able to provide sound analyses of policy questions and can even anticipate policy trends thanks to the great number of its in-house researchers and its many partnerships with various institutions, research networks, and non-profit organizations all over the world. Its research is conducted on several policy areas ranging from economic and environmental issues to concerns over education and foreign policy. CEPS has many publications on climate change, food security and development, energy, and sustainable development.
- Briefings, policy contributions, project reports, research papers, Task Force reports.
- CIRC4LIFE: “aims to develop and implement a circular economy approach for sustainable products and services through their value and supply chains”
- CICERONE: aims to create a platform for efficient circular economy.
- Meetings, seminars, conferences, and webinars.
Leadership: Joaquin Almunia (Chairman), Ferdinando Beccalli-Falco (CEO)
Budget: $ 5.8m ~