Tag Archives: eurozone

Lagarde’s Leadership Should Not Be Underrated

The scope of central banking has expanded significantly in recent years. The former IMF boss is well prepared for those challenges.

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Greece’s Pyrrhic Victory

EMU membership keeps Greece locked in deflationary debt and cost reduction.

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The Art of Italian Bookkeeping (Cont.)

Italy’s budget plan should be treated for what it is – a pie in the sky.

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A Copernican Revolution in Europe?

How European integration is regressing – and yet stabilizing.

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The Battle for Italy (Continued)

The European Commission exposes Italy’s wishful thinking.

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Italy: The New Greece?

Is Italy’s crisis the new Greece? Is it just as bad? Or different? Could it take just as long to resolve it?

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EU Unemployment Reinsurance: Olaf Scholz`s Trial Balloon

Establishing a European Unemployment Reinsurance Fund carries the risk that it might be used to circumvent unpopular national-level decisions on structural reforms.

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Germany Finally Fit for the Euro

German fiscal bliss: Debt to GDP ratio can fall to 60% this year.

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Must Germany Have Yet One More Top Job in Europe?

A German as head of the European Commission? If this is unstoppable, leave the German man who is lined up for the post in Berlin. Instead, send a powerful German woman to Brussels.

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First Greece, Now Turkey?

Is Turkey entering a deep financial crisis just as Greece exits one?

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