The Economist’s recent feature on today’s Germany as a model for all of Europe was fake news. The signs of crisis – mainly a widespread complacency – are already visible in financial markets.
If Trump has his way, the liberal market economy of the post-war period is ending. The Trump world proudly and unapologetically embraces mercantilism.
The EU does not always need more members and deeper integration. Less could be more in the end.
The EU no longer lives in the orderly world of the Maastricht treaties, but in the world of a “populist monetary union.”
Why are Germans so enamored with their trade surpluses? When will they see it is against their own, well-understood self-interest?
Why the eurozone will become more stable — thanks to the Tsipras episode.
By raising real wages, Germany has launched itself into a new period of growth.
Four incorrect assumptions veil the truth about Greece’s economic situation.
The European Central Bank needs to realize the monetary policy bucket is now empty.