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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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Jan 7 2014

Youth Unemployment: A Crisis on Top of Another Crisis

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By Terence Tse The financial crisis of 2008 devastated national economies around the world. We are still recovering. But the spotlight is only now beginning to be shone on one issue that could fracture national economies again—the youth unemployment crisis. Many … Continue reading

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Jan 2 2014

The Systemic Nature of the EU Crisis: Reflections on a Deepening Issue

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By Mark Esposito The Eurozone has entered its fourth year of crisis and 2013 has been a challenging year for a large number of Member States, who have been falling into severe debt, requesting bailouts tied to crippling austerity measures. … Continue reading

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Jun 26 2013

‘Two Croatias’ at the finish line, not one of them a winner

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By Vanja Figenwald and Kristina Kardum It’s no surprise to many that an economic crisis almost always bears the same unwanted children and Croatia, soon to be the 28th member of the European Union, is no exception. Xenophobia, prejudice, scape-goat … Continue reading

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