Holding other policies fixed, the average European would be better off if every European country taxed corporate profits at a rate of 20% (based as closely as possible on a common definition of profits).
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  6 

Disagree  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  3 

Strongly Disagree  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  7 
No strong evidence for this: e.g. see "Women on boards: The superheroes of tomorrow?" by Renee Adams .
see background information here 
Uncertain  5 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  7 

Uncertain  5 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  1 

Disagree  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  3 

Disagree  5 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  3 

Uncertain  5 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  4 

Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  1 

Uncertain  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  5 

Uncertain  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  3 

Agree  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  1 

Uncertain  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  6 

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  5 

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  9 
Theory & evidence broadly support these predictions. BUT it is key that reforms are not done so as to reinforce a dualistic labor market.
see background information here see background information here see background information here 
Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  7 
This is likely in the longrun. But in the short run the effect may be the opposite due to job destruction in overmanned firms.
see background information here 
Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  8 

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  8 

Uncertain  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  10 
A nobrainer.

Strongly Agree  9 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  5 
People over 65 tend to have lower productivity and require more spending on pensions and health care provision than others.

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  5 
By rebalancing PAYG pension systems such reforms reduce the burden of taxes and contributions on young workers. and the implied distortions.

Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  8 
There are efficiency advantages, due to the externalities and fixed costs in finance. But there can be distributional disadvantages.

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  7 
Labor contract flexibility is very important in finance, both for incentive reasons and to reallocate labor swiftly as opportunities change.

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Disagree  9 
This is likely to unsettle investor confidence in Italian public debt & reactivate the banksovereign doom loop, with knockon EU effects.

Agree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  10 
Such massive bailout would strengthen banks' moral hazard & leave the EU overbanking problem unsolved, confirming that no exit is possible.
see background information here see background information here see background information here 
Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  8 
This is not only in line with what economic theory predicts, but also consistent with much evidence.
see background information here see background information here 
Strongly Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  8 
Mobility has not only provided employment to migrant workers, but also raised firm profitability and often wages in recipient countries.
see background information here 
Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  7 
The evidence on the effect of immigration from EU (as opposed to nonEU) countries on recipientcountries' lowskill wages is ambiguous.

Disagree  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  7 
This statements is not only consistent with what economic theory predicts, but also with substantial evidence from several studies.
see background information here 
Strongly Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Disagree  4 
IntraEU trade expanded employment opportunities. Some displacement of lowskill workers occurred, but mostly due to nonEU imports.

Disagree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Agree  4 
It is surely efficient, although it may also generate redistribution effects.

Strongly Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Uncertain  3 
Providing such incentives may simply induce other jurisdictions to angage in the same behavior, and so eventually benefit only firms.

Uncertain  6 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Disagree  3 
Such competition may eventually only benefits the firms, not EU citizens as a whole.

Disagree  7 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  9 
Almost all the estimates and forecasts regarding the impact of Brexit on international trade converge on this prediction.
see background information here 
Agree  8 
Vote  Confidence  Comments  Median Survey Vote  Median Survey Confidence 

Strongly Agree  9 
Brexit implies GDP losses for the EU not only because of lower trade with the UK but also because of disruption in the finance industry.
see background information here 
Agree  7 