European Policy Analysis

On 31 March 2017, the so-called Gambling License Inquiry was presented. It proposes a re-regulation of the Swedish gambling market and a dissolution of the current monopoly scheme with exclusive rights for the state-owned undertakings Svenska Spel and Trav och Galopp. The proposed re-regulation...

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The War over Gambling Revenues – the Gambling License Inquiry and European Union Law (2017:7epa)
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After ten months of interim government and two general elections Mariano Rajoy was elected head of government. The government’s support in the parliament is weak and the conservative government party Partido Popular is in the midst of comprehensive corruption investigations. All the while the...

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Spain after the June 2016 elections: What implications for the EU? (2017:6epa)

How will the European Commission be affected by the fact that the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union? In this European Policy Analysis, Michael Leigh discusses the likely implications of Brexit on that specific European institution regarding policy development as well as organisational...

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Brexit and the European Commission (2017:5epa)
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The European Commission is half-way through its term and this analysis by Sophia Russack, Researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussel, provides an update of the performance of the Commission. Russack looks at its organisation and new ways of working and the...

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How is Juncker’s ‘last-chance Commission’ faring at mid-term? (2017:4epa)
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