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Sep 25 2015

The Austerity Tortoise and the Keynesian Hare

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By Douglas Bulloch Nobel-Laureate-Paul-Krugman recently used his New York Times column to instruct Grandmothers on the best method for removing the contents of intact eggs (hint: with a straw). But his reductive account of Keynesian economics merely obliges a response … Continue reading

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Jan 13 2014

Europe is diverging: ignore it at your peril

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By Lorenzo Marsili In the optimistic 1990s, the introduction of the Euro was to represent the kernel of the European integration process. The single currency was meant to act as the motor for the “ever-closer” convergence of European economies, thereby … Continue reading

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Sep 17 2013

Gendering the Euro Crisis

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By Ania Plomien and Diane Perrons Five years ago the failure of the international financial sector – prompted by the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy in the USA in September 2008, followed by the RBS bail out in the UK and the … Continue reading

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