Centre for European Reform

Centre for European Reform (1998; London and Brussels; 17 staff and fellows; cer.eu)

A think-tank devoted to strengthening European Union. They perceive: “European integration as largely beneficial but, in many respects, the Union does not work well….It should take on more responsibilities globally, on issues ranging from climate change to security.”
Hosts off-the-record invitation only meetings, seminars and conferences. Live streams and recordings are available for some. The Center is not affiliated with any government, political party or European institution. Its work is funded by donations from the private sector including many multinationals.

Topics:

  • Britain and the EU
  • Macroeconomics and the Euro
  • Energy and Climate
  • Justice and Home Affairs
  • Single Market, Competition & Trade
  • EU Institutions & Treaties
  • Foreign Policy & Defense
  • China & Russia

Publications:

  • News, podcasts, videos and livestreams
  • 1400+ reports, articles, policy papers, etc.
  • Monthly CER Bulletin

Leadership: Charles Grant (Director)

Budget: £1.35M (2016)

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