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Towards a post COVID-19 Digital Deal between tech and governments - Zuckerberg-Breton

On 18 May, CERRE brought together Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for the Internal Market, and Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, for an exceptional live-streamed debate moderated by Bruno Liebhaberg, CERRE Director General. 


e-commerce Directive Internal Market CERRE think tank

CERRE's Academic Director, Alexandre de Streel (Professor at the University of Namur) has co-authored a new study for the European Parliament's think tank on Europe's e-commerce Directive. The study assesses the effects of the Directive as a cornerstone of the Digital Single Market and proposes reforms for the future Digital Services Act.

Merger control in the digital era - Portuguese Competition Authority podcast

In this podcast, Professor de Streel shares his views and concrete proposals to address the challenges for competition agencies that mergers bring about in the digital era.

CERRE in the media


As the EU has expressed reservations about allowing Britain to link to its carbon cap-and-trade system after Brexit, Máximo Miccinilli (CERRE's Energy Director) comments on what a future EU-UK system might look like. 

He told the...

Politico Green Deal - CERRE

The European Commission just published its Green Deal to make Europe climate neutral by 2050. To realise this, a soft approach from Brussels probably won't work. This will...

Press releases


Decarbonising Europe’s economy is probably the most critical collective effort needed since the end of the Second World War. The European Union needs to define a clear and workable pathway to achieve its climate objectives urgently. This is a must. But this...


As nominees to the next European Commission are preparing for their hearings before the Parliament, the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) launches a wide-ranging dossier on the regulation of Europe’s energy, digital...


Europe stands before an astounding decarbonisation potential with renewable gases and hydrogen. But unless strong regulatory measures are put in place, these won’t have sufficient access to the market, thereby putting at risk their potential to contribute to the EU’s...