Tag Archives: European Central Bank

Can Iceland Save the World?

The 2008-09 financial crisis forced Iceland to come up with profoundly new banking and monetary systems.

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Germany’s Choice: Shaper or Bystander?

10 points on what Germany needs to do to save the Eurozone — and safeguard Germany’s own interests.

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Germany as the Euro’s Real Loser: 10 Reasons

Why the average German is the main loser in the Eurozone.

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Greece Versus Europe: Week One

Strategic reflections on the first week of Europe’s biggest drama.

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Mr. Draghi, Hands Off the Inflation Button!

The European Central Bank needs to realize the monetary policy bucket is now empty.

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Greece: The Next Round of the Drama

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Will Greece fall back into a deep fiscal crisis?

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How Ben Bernanke Saved Europe’s Banks

The story of an unprecedented effort by the U.S. central bank to serve as the lender of last resort to the world.

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America’s 1% Vs. the Globe’s 1.3 Billion

Do the world’s poorest 1.3 billion people earn more income than the richest 1% of Americans?

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Can American History Save the Euro?

Can the eurozone successfully model its monetary and fiscal community on the U.S. political regime of the 19th century?

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Five Questions to Save the Euro

What is needed to tackle the euro crisis in full and regain the confidence of investors and markets?

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