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European Spring is also available in paperback from Amazon.co.uk for £12.99 and from Amazon.com for $14.99 Tweet

Posted 24 Apr 2014 in Blog, European Spring
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Like passengers on an up escalator, Britons and other Europeans for decades enjoyed seemingly effortless rises in living standards year after year. Expanding economies and swelling social spending lifted nearly everyone up. Each generation could look forward to much better lives than those of previous ones. Yet in recent years, this growth escalator has broken […]

Posted 24 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, European Spring, The Independent
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“The primary cause of the crisis was the reckless lending of German and French banks (both directly and through local banks) to Spanish and Irish homeowners, Portuguese consumers and the Greek government. But by insisting that Greek, Irish, Portuguese and Spanish taxpayers pay in full for those banks’ mistakes, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government and its […]

Posted 24 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, European Spring, New York Times
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At the height of the euro zone debt crisis, with Portugal’s economy nearing collapse, the European Commission told the government in Lisbon that it had to slash wages if it was ever going to boost competitiveness and grow again. Portuguese shoemakers – one of the economy’s main export sectors – steadfastly ignored the advice and […]

Posted 24 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, European Spring
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Interviewed on CNBC’s Squawk Box on 16 April 2014 Tweet

Posted 16 Apr 2014 in Blog, CNBC, Europe, Russia, Ukraine
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Interviewed on CNBC’s Squawk Box on 16 April 2014 Tweet

Posted 16 Apr 2014 in Blog, CNBC, euro, European Spring, Finance
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Posted 16 Apr 2014 in Blog, CNBC, euro, Europe, European Spring
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Posted 16 Apr 2014 in Blog, De Telegraaf, euro, Uncategorized
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Last week I gave the keynote speech at “In the EU we (mis) trust”, an event organised by the European Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam. It is part of series of events to debate the New Pact for Europe, a joint project of various think-tanks to put forward proposals to the new European Commission president to […]

Posted 14 Apr 2014 in Blog, Europe, European Spring
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It is the duty of anyone who truly believes in Europe to not unquestioningly agree with whatever is decided in Brussels, but to say ‘no, this is not the kind of Europe that we want, we want a different kind of Europe, we want a better Europe and here is how we set out to […]

Posted 13 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, European Spring
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My interview with La Tribune  on the capture of eurozone governments by their banks, and other things. Tweet

Posted 09 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Finance, La Tribune
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“The EU is now riven between creditors and debtors and the EU institutions have become an instrument for creditors to impose their will on debtors.” That’s one of my quotes from the FT interview I did with Martin Sandbu. We spent an hour and a half talking  about a wide range of subjects, but the article […]

Posted 08 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, European Spring
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GDP, Q1 2008 = 100. The three lines at the top are Sweden, the US and Switzerland, all outperforming Germany. Southern Europe remains a disaster zone. As Tacitus said, “Where they make a desert, they call it peace.”   Tweet

Posted 07 Apr 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe
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Former ECB chief economist Otmar Issing has a piece in today’s FT that is riddled with mistakes and misconceptions. The headline gives you the gist of it: “Get your finances in order and stop blaming Germany: The countries now in trouble have caused their own problems”. Here are a few of the flaws in his argument. […]

Posted 26 Mar 2014 in Blog, euro, Europe, European Spring, Germany
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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? Do people have to turn to the […]

Posted 25 Mar 2014 in Blog, Economics, euro, Europe, European Spring, Politics
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In additional to its fiscal enforcement powers, the European Commission is now mandated to tackle excessive imbalances in the eurozone that could endanger its stability. Due to German lobbying, EU rules on imbalances are dangerously unbalanced: while they deem a current-account deficit of 4% of GDP problematic, a surplus has to exceed 6% of GDP […]

Posted 17 Oct 2013 in Blog, euro, Germany
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Paul Krugman argues that a benefit for Britain of keeping the pound is that it has been able to devalue – unlike, for instance, Spain, which is part of the euro – and illustrates the point with a chart that shows the 20% devaluation of the UK’s real exchange rate since the crisis hit.   […]

Posted 07 Jul 2013 in Blog, Britain, euro, Spain
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Read my immigration article for CNN. Tweet

Posted 10 Jun 2012 in Blog, CNN, Immigration
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Austerity alone cannot solve Europe’s economic and financial crisis. Growth and jobs need to be promoted with equal zeal. My new article for Project Syndicate explains how. Tweet

Posted 21 Feb 2012 in Blog, Europe, Project Syndicate
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I debated the fiasco at the summit of EU leaders on 8-9 December on BBC Radio 4′s The World Tonight with Angela Knight, former Conservative minister and now lobbyist for the British Banking Association. Listen here Tweet

Posted 18 Dec 2011 in Blog, Britain, Europe, Finance, Media