Thematic Paper 20.02.2023 A year of war in Ukraine: accelerating the energy transition and fragmentation

The war in Ukraine has had a marked impact on the global economy, redrawing national and international priorities. Investors need agility to cope with increased fragmentation and a faster green transition.

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Discussion Paper 9.06.2022 The embarrassing legacy of financial capitalism: implications for investors

Understanding how the legacies of the 'old economy' paved the way for a new macro-financial regime today, and implications for investors.

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Monthly Cross Asset 6.10.2021 Upcoming 2022 Outlook: From European autonomy to strategic sovereignty

The pandemic has highlighted Europe’s dependency on several critical goods, including pharmaceutical products and medical equipment.

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Monthly Cross Asset 2.07.2021 The price of self-sufficiency

The disruption of global supply chains has been a wakeup call for the European Union. For years, the principle of an open and free Single Market has led to a massive transfer of industrial production and outsourcing mainly to Asia.

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Discussion Paper 19.05.2021 Reindustrialisation, interventionism, sovereignty, de-globalisation…How Covid-19 and iconomics transform the world

With the third industrial revolution and the Covid-19 crisis, the world has entered into a period of global transformations. The current industrial revolution shows the need for an industry adapted to the “new world”, while the Covid-19 crisis has shown that national or European sovereignty (in health and medicine, food, digital, etc.) is essential.

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Monthly Cross Asset 1.12.2020 A few reasons why the Covid crisis may lead to less deglobalisation than thought

A few reasons why the Covid crisis may lead to less deglobalisation than thought

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Thematic Paper 23.06.2020 The day after #8 - Deglobalisation could improve diversification but also exacerbate financial contagion

In recent years world trade dynamics have definitely shown an accentuated inversion of the globalisation trend and its robust contribution to global economic performance. The Great Financial Crisis (GFC) marked a historic turning point in the degree of global economic integration.

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