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The architecture of the original euro was flawed, and so was the commitment of the EU member states to abide by fiscal o

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The economic and financial crises evident since 2007 have refocused the debate as to the future structure of the Europea

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2016 has been marked by a return of uncertainty in the financial markets and increased doubts over growth prospects in key global economies such as

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Joris Luyendijk was invited by The Guardian in 2011 to write a blog about the City of London and learn about th

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There already have been two or three enquiries by outside experts into the things that went wrong in Ireland between 2000 and 2008, that led to the

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To many observers outside of Brussels the recent ratification of Banking Union by the European Parliament represents the final step in the EUs frac

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This paper argues that a fully-fledged European banking union is needed to stabilise the euro and to

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In 2001 the well-known American economist Rudi Dornbusch summed up the attitudes of U.S.

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