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Luís Tavares Bravo, Economist, International Affairs Network
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The rise of peripheral cities

The model of distance work, even in the partial solution - the most likely - brings benefits and may influence the way of life of up to a third of the active population in Europe, which would represent, in the national case, about one million jobs of work.

The urgency for us to be relentlessly ruthless about reforms

Portugal needs structural reforms. What has been lacking is the resilience and determination to move in the right direction, often in favor of the political agenda of the moment.

Austerity, a post-Covid European inevitability?

It is not to be overlooked that some pressure may arise from the European Commission for some fiscal consolidation efforts, when the current suspension of EU tax rules ends.

Europe between Nato and the Silk Road

It will be important to define what the place of alliances is, and the place of economic partnerships. Both take place, as long as the contexts are not mixed.

Building trust in a renewed April

The great challenge of Portugal as a society is to be able to connect again to an ambition, to instill a new hope in the Portuguese, both for generations who feel defrauded by the system, and for the younger generations who are guided by new ambitions of economic and social mobility and that are disconnected from the system.

Building trust in a renewed April

It is urgent to instill a new hope in the Portuguese, both for generations who feel defrauded by the system, and for the younger generations who are guided by new ambitions of economic and social mobility and who are disconnected from the system.
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