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  • European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess – and How to Put Them Right

    Britain and the rest of Europe are in a mess. Our economies are failing to deliver higher living standards for most people – and many have lost faith in politicians’ ability to deliver a brighter future, with support for parties like UKIP soaring. Are stagnation, decline and disillusionment inevitable?

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  • Aftershock: Reshaping the World Economy After the Crisis — out now

    The financial crisis brought the world to the brink of economic breakdown. But now bankers’ bonuses are back, house prices are rising again and politicians promise recovery – all this while unemployment remains high, debts mount, frictions with China grow and the planet overheats.
    Is this really sustainable – or do we need to change course?

    Aftershock
  • Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them

    Immigration divides our globalising world like no other issue. We are being swamped by bogus asylum-seekers and infiltrated by terrorists, our jobs stolen, our benefit system abused, our way of life destroyed – or so we are told. Why are ever-rising numbers of people from poor countries arriving in Europe, North America and Australasia? Can we keep them out? Should we even be trying?

    Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them
Posted 22 Oct 2014 in Belgium, Blog, Brussels Times, euro

Yannis Palaiologos invited me to speak at the launch of his excellent new book, The Thirteenth Labour of Hercules: Inside the Greek Crisis, at LSE. I spoke about how EU institutions have locked Greece in a debtor’s prison and imposed unnecessary misery in outrageous ways. My intervention starts around the 42nd minute and lasts 9 minutes.

Posted 22 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, Greece

I was interviewed on BBC World Service’s Newsday about how to make the World Trade Organisation more effective. Last week director-general Roberto Azevedo said the WTO was “prone to paralysis” following India’s refusal to lift its veto on the Bali deal agreed last December to streamline customs procedures, which was meant to be a confidence-building exercise to kickstart the long-stalled Doha Round of broader trade negotiations.

Posted 20 Oct 2014 in Blog, Trade
Posted 14 Oct 2014 in Blog, CapX, Daily Telegraph, Germany

European Spring was reviewed by Europe’s World

Posted 10 Oct 2014 in Blog, Europe's World, European Spring

My article for the Berliner Republik on why Germany has a large share of responsibility for the crisis in the eurozone

Posted 10 Oct 2014 in Berliner Republik, Blog, euro, Germany
Posted 10 Oct 2014 in Blog, euro, France, Germany, La Tribune
Posted 06 Oct 2014 in Blog, Immigration, Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden
Posted 24 Sep 2014 in Blog, euro, Germany, Project Syndicate

I was interviewed for The European, a German publication, by Christoph Hosang on why the eurozone’s crisis response has been such a disaster and why the German government is a big part of the problem

Posted 21 Sep 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Germany, The European

I was interviewed for the Austrian newspaper Wiener Zeitung by Teresa Reiter about European Spring and my speech at the Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue in Vienna

Posted 21 Sep 2014 in Austria, Blog, euro, European Spring, Wiener Zeitung

I was interviewed by Pierre-Henri Thomas for the Belgian publication Trends Tendances on the crisis in Europe and why Germany is not an economic model

I was interviewed by Ingeborg Eliassen for Norwegian newspaper Aftenbladet about whether the new Juncker Commission will rescue Europe.

Posted 11 Sep 2014 in Aftenbladet, Blog, euro, Europe, Norway

Economist and author Paul Ormerod reviews European Spring in City AM.

Posted 11 Sep 2014 in City AM, European Spring
Posted 19 Jul 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Greece, Kathimerini

In the Financial Times‘ Summer Reading list of best books of 2014 so far, Martin Wolf calls European Spring:

A splendid book on the European malaise. Legrain argues compellingly that policy makers’ response to that crisis was and remains a disaster. He warns that the eurozone is still far from healthy and that the German example, which members are supposed to follow, is a delusion. He notes, too, that the UK’s recovery is built on sand. He goes well beyond this to show that radical reforms are needed to produce an “adaptable, dynamic and decent” Europe.

Thank you.

Posted 05 Jul 2014 in Blog, European Spring, Financial Times
Posted 05 Jul 2014 in Blog, Denmark, euro, European Spring

I was interviewed by Panagiotis Vlachos in Greek magazine To Vima ahead of the Athens launch of European Spring. photo1photo2

Posted 05 Jul 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring, Greece
Posted 05 Jul 2014 in Blog, China, CKGSB, Europe, Global Economy

Britain needs to celebrate its entrepreneurial success without becoming complacent and telling itself it’s the best, but rather learn from others do better. My panel intervention at Summit: The Future of Growth.

The Will to WIn – SUMMIT: The Future of Growth from Seven Hills on Vimeo.

Posted 05 Jul 2014 in Blog, Britain, Enterprise