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Europe’s population is ageing and fewer young people means a shrinking workforce in the future to support it. People will have to work longer, hard
SMEs are the lifeblood of Europe's economy, accounting for 85% of its workforce. But they need to innovate and invest to prosper.
Debt sustainability has become a critical issue for both governments and international investors during the past half-decade of financial crisis. As
This week Real Economy looks at the efforts the EU is making to help young people get into the workplace. Youth unemployment is a huge problem. It
Brussels and Athens may be at loggerheads of Greece’s austerity and reform programme but one thing the two sides do agree on is the need to stimulate
Real Economy travels to Croatia,at the heart of one of the EU's macro regions, to see how a shared economy policy could boost prosperity.
What makes people happy? Measuring human happiness is increasingly becoming a pursuit of economists, who use a range of research tools to gauge and
Real Economy visits Lithuania, to analyse the economic consequences for the last Baltic country to join the euro in January 2015
Europe has set out along the road to a digital economy, but there’s a long way to go and it could be making better progress. While this sector is
Are banks ready to take on the real economy? What do the stress tests carried out by the European Banking Authority (EBA) tell us about the state of