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  • Sustainability Now!

    A European Vision for Sustainability

    Report by Karl Falkenberg, Senior Adviser for Sustainable Development to the President of the European Commission.

  • Towards Low-Emission Mobility

    Driving the Modernisation of the EU Economy

    Reaping the economic and social gains of the low-carbon transition hinges on modernising our notion of ‘mobility’.

  • Engaging China at a Time of Transition

    Capitalising on a New Era of Chinese Global Investment and Foreign Policy Initiatives

  • Towards an Innovation Principle Endorsed by Better Regulation

    An innovation principle can unleash the innovative potential of European societies.

  • Opportunity Now

    Europe’s Mission to Innovate

    Review by Robert Madelin, Senior Adviser for Innovation to the President of the European Commission

  • The Future of Work

    Skills and Resilience for a World of Change

    Work glues societies together. It translates talent into broader economic virtue and lends meaning as well as structure to most people’s lives. Yet, tectonic shifts are re-shaping the ways that work is performed.

  • Foresight Matters.

    EPSC Newsletter #2

    Foresight matters accross all policies and sectors. Read commentaries from leading global experts and more in our latest newsletter!

Staff and teams

EPSC staff is composed of a professional staff of advisers, policy analysts and support staff with appropriate experience and track record. There are 6 teams of specialists: an Economic Team, a Social Affairs Team, a Sustainable Development Team, a Foreign Affairs Team, an Institutional Team and an Outreach and Communication Team.

European Strategy and Policy Analysis System

The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) is a unique inter-institutional initiative of the EU that aims to identify the main global trends with a time horizon of 2030, assess the implications of these trends for the EU and review the challenges and policy options facing decision makers.

Work Programme 2016
No time for business as usual