Tax Policy and Economic Growth: Does It Really Matter?

Filiep Loosveldt participated to the parliamentary event related to tax policy and economic growth on 25 September in the European Parliament. Professor Riccardo Puglisi commented the results of his study : “Tax Policy and Economic Growth: Does It Really Matter?” (here). He challenges the “OECD view” according to which in the long run the tax [...]

UEPC attends European Housing Forum

UEPC co-chaired the European Housing Forum, an informal platform gathering fifteen representative organisations from across the entire housing sector. The main topic was addressed in a presentation by Aurélie Beauvais, Policy Director at Solar Power Europe, called ‘Small is Beautiful’, which is the name of a campaign supporting small-scale renewable installations and co-generation facilities in [...]

UEPC attends an event on Cohesion policy post-2020

UEPC attended an event on ‘A Europe closer to citizens? The urban and territorial dimension of cohesion policy post-2020’, following the invitation by the European Parliament's urban intergroup. The main objective of the event is to better understand and reflect on the regulatory framework for an integrated, place-based development in the new cohesion policy proposals, [...]

Build Europe welcomes the Bulgarian Construction Chamber!

Build Europe would like to start 2021 by welcoming the Bulgarian Construction Chamber (BCC), which joined the Association as Observer member. The Bulgarian Construction Chamber attended several Build Europe’s conferences in 2020, especially during the Covid-19 crisis, and actively cooperated to the creation of the booklet “Housing: A European Challenge”, which was launched successfully during [...]