Macroeconomics

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Who doubts that history doesn’t repeat itself? In Brussels, 2018 is the new 1989.

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Compared to the 18 months preceding the 2014 elections, the mood music in Brussels could scarcely be more different.

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Successful systemic reforms – reforms that put an entire country on a higher trajectory of development – have become the

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Media headlines seem to have given much larger attention to the bailout programme in Greece than to those of most other

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Tax policy is central to national democratic policy making, and tax issues feature more and more prominently in EU lev

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The Economic and Monetary Union remains incomplete and vulnerable.

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In a reflection paper intended to generate debate among euro-area governments, the European Commission has put forward i

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President Macron in his sweeping vision of the Future of Europe (delivered on the 26th of September) correctly identifie

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Only a few years ago, many renowned analysts and pundits were ready to bet money on the collapse of the Economic and Mon

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This article argues that maintaining the status quo is not an option for the euro area.

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