Jacques Pelkmans, (2019), «The Single Market remains the decisive power of the EU», Ceps, 18 October
The EU’s single market should not just be one among several priorities for the new Commission and Parliament. The single market was and is the core business of the EU. Much of what goes on or is proposed under elaborate titles is actually part and parcel of the single market. The striking revelation of Brexit for many EU citizens and all businesses is precisely the centrality of the single market (including the customs union) to EU membership. Its value is first of all economic, of course, as it yields higher prosperity.
- Project Syndicate, (2018), «The Eurozone’s Solidarity Fallacy», 17 December
- Financial Times, (2018), «A look back: what Eurozone “risk sharing” actually meant», ,10 October