Centre For European Policy Studies - CEPS

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DEFINITION of 'Centre For European Policy Studies - CEPS'

An organization started to debate and research European Union affairs. It is a collaboration of the most intelligent individuals and groups with an interest in the EU. One of its main goals is to resolve some of the major issues currently facing the EU through a series of debates, as well as extensive research.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Centre For European Policy Studies - CEPS'

CEPS is constantly researching subjects such as economic and social welfare policies, energy, climate change and sustainable development, EU neighborhood foreign and security policies, financial markets and institutions, justice and home affairs and many more.

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