[REPORTAGE] Viviane Reding: “Amerika brauch lëtzebuerger Stool”

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg realiséiert, an ass de 6. Abrëll ausgestraalt ginn. De Beitrag kann och am Replay op http://www.rtl.lu nogelauschtert ginn. [Radio USO]: Den amerikanesche Präsident Donald Trump huet Europa temporär vu sengen Steieren op Stool an Aluminium ausgeschloss. An der Europäescher Unioun ass awer kee sech richteg secher wéi et elo weider […]

Bus market liberalisation is a win for everyone

One of the principles of the EU’s common transport policy is the freedom to provide services in the field of transport. This freedom includes access to international transport markets for all EU carriers without discrimination on grounds of nationality or place of establishment. The second Mobility Pack is encouraging the liberalisation the inter-city bus market […]

[DOSSIER] Schwaarz Schoof an Europa? Zentral- an osteuropäesch Parteie maache Bréissel Kappzerbrieches

Dësen Dossier gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg realiséiert, an ass de 4. Abrëll ausgestraalt ginn. De Beitrag kann och am Replay op http://www.rtl.lu nogelauschtert ginn. [Radio USO]: Déi grouss europäesch Parteifamilljen hunn eng ganz Rei Problemkanner, dorënner Parteien an Polen oder Ungarn. Wéi genau mat dësen Parteien emgaange soll ginn, do scheeden sech d’Geeschter.  De Bill Wirtz […]

Whom do unions really protect?

This week has seen massive strikes in the French public railway services. While the unions are holding the French transport system hostage, only a fraction of both regional and high-speed intercity trains are operational. France is a notable example of what happens when unions gain the upper hand. But whom do they really protect?

Asteroid mining can put an end to scarcity

In the attempt to limit the effects of climate change, and with the conscience that resources on planet Earth are scarce, many advocate for limiting the consumption of natural resources. However, having access to natural resources is essential for our economic development, and particularly to make social mobility possible: without a growing economy, there are […]

Quoted in Kurzy.cz

The largest finance magazine in the Czech Republic, Kurzy, has quoted me on the issue of immigration to Germany. The post was referring to a recent column of mine for the Foundation for Economic Education, in which I praised the economic benefits that migrants coming into Germany could be, if only the government doesn’t make […]

Can Luxembourg become an important post-Brexit player?

Since the end of the steel industry in the Greater Region (the area of Saarland, Lorraine, Luxembourg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Wallonia and the rest of the French-speaking community of Belgium, and the German-speaking community of Belgium), the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has focused on the tertiary sector, especially investment and insurance companies. One regulatory advantage which Luxembourg was […]