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The End of the World as We Know It

June 17th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Dani Rodrik, Project Syndicate Editorial note: The first point on the checklist presented by Prof. Rodrik will be passed today as the Greeks hold another national election which many expect the Syriza party to win. Regardless of whether the expecte… more »

Spain is the New Greece

April 30th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Marshall Auerback, New Economic Perspectives Nearly one Spaniard in four is unemployed, according to data released on Friday, as the country’s economic and financial predicament prompted a government minister to talk of a “crisis of enormous proport… more »

Euro Crisis: Bandaids Continue when Surgery is Needed

February 10th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Elliott Morss The Eurozone situation was bad enough 6 months ago. It is getting worse. Why? Because none of the key players are addressing the fundamental problem the Eurozone is facing: the weak sisters (Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain) are not… more »

The Rain In Spain Falls Mainly On The Journalists It Seems

January 8th, 2012
in Op Ed

Things in Spain are never exactly what they seem to be. This is a painful lesson that even Angela Merkel must have learnt in recent days, especially since she put her credibility so much on the line in backing the country’s deficit reduction efforts. “Sp… more »

The Bleak Picture

December 28th, 2011
in Op Ed

by Dirk Ehnts These days, the news are bleak. Let me highlight some issues that appeared on radar in the last days:Hungary is turning into an authoritarian state (article by Kim Lane Scheppele)About the only economist talking sense in Germany is… more »

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