Tag Archives: Eurozone architecture

Mar 14 2018

Could the Current Reform Plan Make the Eurozone Sustainable?

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By Konstantinos Myrodias The Eurozone is recovering from a long crisis; growth rates are turning positive across the Eurozone after a decade, business confidence is rising. Current accounts are balanced after the brutal adjustment in the periphery. The overall unemployment in the … Continue reading

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Oct 1 2014

Why Italy Will Not Make It

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By Roberto Orsi Three articles by prestigious commentators (Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and Roger Bootle for The Telegraph, Wolfgang Münchau for Financial Times) have recently appeared in the financial press about the economic situation of Italy and the (in)stability of its national … Continue reading

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Feb 17 2014

“A system that is failing to deliver economic wellbeing naturally comes in for greater public criticism than one that succeeds in doing so” — Interview with Stephen Fidler

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Continuing our interviews with eminent commentators and experts, Eurocrisis in the Press asked Stephen Fidler, The Wall Street Journal’s Brussels bureau chief, about his views on the Euro Crisis. Fidler argues that the incomplete construction of the Eurozone is the … Continue reading

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Jul 18 2013

‘Europe has no divine right to prosperity’ – Interview with Nick Malkoutzis

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Euro Crisis in the Press has asked the views of influential analysts and commentators throughout Europe on the multifaceted crisis facing the European Union. In today’s interview, deputy editor of the English language edition of mainstream Greek daily ‘Kathimerini’, Nick … Continue reading

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