Nauro F. Campos

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    How the Eurozone’s core versus periphery pattern evolved over time

How the Eurozone’s core versus periphery pattern evolved over time

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Have the reports about the death of the Eurozone been greatly exaggerated? How concerned should one be about the stability of the Eurozone? This column summarises a report we prepared for the European Parliament addressing this issue.

A good way to think about the Eurozone’s stability and cohesion (or asymmetry and imbalances, if […]

We may have underestimated the true cost of quitting the EU

As if terrorism, refugees, Schengen, debt, and Greece were not sufficiently big worries in each of themselves, the EU now has also to face the “English Question”. A referendum on Britain’s EU membership will take place before the end of 2017 (Copsey and Naughton 2014). In or out, remain or leave, the relationship between the UK and the EU […]