With 2021 being the European Year of Rail, Jon Worth, Professor of European Political and Governance Studies at the College of Europe, presents his vision of EU cross-border rail, Europatakt, in response to the need for an overarching aim of rail policy in the EU. Continue reading Europatakt – a vision for EU-wide rail?
Marc Moore, Chair in Corporate and Financial Law, UCL Faculty of Laws, unpacks the GameStop saga, discussing its legal and practical implications, and what it means for finance capitalism. Continue reading GameStop: A Death Blow for Finance Capitalism?
Ann-Evelyn Luyten explores the EU’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Regulation and how it will impact the sustainable development agenda. Continue reading The EU’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Regulation: Fewer violations, more enforcement
International freight forwarder John Shirley offers his perspective on the future of the UK-EU customs relationship after Brexit. Continue reading Freight Industry Perspective: Customs Clearance in Post-Brexit Britain
In light of the recently published EU negotiating directives, Prof. Piet Eeckhout, Dean of UCL Laws and Academic Director of the UCL European Institute, argues that the EU’s demand for UK alignment with EU standards could prove problematic, as the EU itself expects the right to regulate and change its standards over time. Should the UK not be afforded this right? Continue reading Brexit: can regulatory autonomy and level playing field be reconciled?