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European Spring is reviewed as part of the lead review in this week’s Economist. The Economist writes: Philippe Legrain, who once worked for The Economist, was another close observer of the euro crisis, as an economic adviser to the European Commission president, José Manuel Barroso. His conclusions are similar to Mr Pisani-Ferry’s, if more stridently expressed. […]

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The Guardian, 16 May 2014. The financial crisis led to a eurozone shaped by Germany’s narrow interests as a creditor. We need a freer, fairer Europe

Posted 21 May 2014 in Economics, euro, Europe, Politics, Published articles
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I was interviewed about European Spring by Heidi Plougsgaard Jensen of the Danish newspaper, Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten. PDFs are here and here  Tweet

By Philippe Legrain 8 COMMENTS

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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Svenska Dagbladet, 30 January 2014.

By Philippe Legrain 4 COMMENTS

In this week’s FT, Gideon Rachman argued that “maybe it is time for an alternative to the brash certainties, peddled by those pseudo-scientists, otherwise known as economists.” Tim Harford then hit back with a defence of economics, and Diane Coyle has also joined the fray. I know, like and respect all three of them, and […]

Posted 12 Sep 2010 in Blog, Economics
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George Osborne described it as “unavoidable” and “progressive”, Vince Cable as “necessary” and “fair”. Don’t blame us, Tweedledee and Tweedledum suggest, Labour left the public finances in a mess – and unless we tighten our belts drastically now, the markets will force our hand. But in fact, the timing, extent and manner of this brutal […]

Posted 23 Jun 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Public finances
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I debated the future of the euro with Josef Joffe, the editor of Die Zeit, on the Riz Khan show on Al Jazeera English on 20 May 2010. Tweet

Posted 25 May 2010 in Blog, Currencies, Economics, Europe, Finance
By Philippe Legrain 1 COMMENT

I had the pleasure of meeting Daniel Ben-Ami on Saturday and recommend you check out his blog and his book, Ferraris for All, which is out in July and makes the important case for economic progress, which too many people in the West have unfortunately lost confidence in. As I argue in Aftershock, we should […]

Posted 11 May 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Global Economy
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The Guardian, 30 April 2010. The Duke of Westminster will cheer this house price bounce. For most of us it’s divisive and unsustainable

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This article appears in today’s Guardian. House prices rose by 10.5% in the 12 months to April. A typical home now costs £167,800, according to Nationwide – more than in August 2008, the month before Lehman Brothers collapsed, credit seized up and the economy fell off a cliff. It’s as if the financial crisis and the worst […]

Posted 30 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Property
By Philippe Legrain 1 COMMENT

Writing in the FT, Chris Huhne demolishes the Tories’ scaremongering about the perils of a hung parliament: It is demonstrably wrong to argue that sound economics requires single-party government… Of the 14 countries that enjoy the top AAA rating for creditworthiness with all three rating agencies – Fitch, Moody’s, and Standard and Poor’s – 10 […]

Posted 24 Apr 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Politics
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If there were a simple, single, universal theory of economic behaviour, then the suite of arguments comprising rational expectations, efficient markets and DSGE [dynamic stochastic general equilibrium] would be that theory. Any other way of describing the world would have to recognise that what people do depends on their fallible beliefs and perceptions, would have […]

Posted 14 Apr 2010 in Blog, Economics
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Consider these three facts. Britain is struggling to recover from a crisis caused in large part by a huge property bubble. Unemployment is painfully high and people are feeling the pinch. The government has a huge gap in its finances that cannot be filled by public-spending cuts alone. What would you raise taxes on? Astonishingly, […]

Posted 24 Mar 2010 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Public finances
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Money quote: To this day it is hard to find fault with the conceptual framework of our [financial risk management] models as far as they go. Of course not. Tweet

Posted 23 Mar 2010 in Blog, Crisis, Economics, Finance, Monetary Policy
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Britain’s banks aren’t lending, which is strangling the economy. The package of measures to support lending to smaller businesses which the government announced yesterday will do some good. But it is not enough. As I have argued previously, the government should direct nationalised Northern Rock to step into the breach. Anatole Kaletsky endorses this position […]

Posted 15 Jan 2009 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Finance
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Posted 21 Dec 2008 in Blog, Economics, Politics
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Now, the United States tried a fiscal stimulus in early 2008; both the Bush administration and congressional Democrats touted it as a plan to "jump-start" the economy. The actual results were, however, disappointing, for two reasons. First, the stimulus was too small, accounting for only about 1 percent of GDP. The next one should be […]

Posted 30 Nov 2008 in Blog, Britain, Economics, United States
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The Chancellor told the Observer that: You’d be very foolish indeed to say, "Well, that’s the job done". You know this is something that needs constant attention. We’ve got the Budget next year, we’ve got the pre-Budget report in 12 months’ time, the Budget after that. I put more money into the reserve on Monday […]

Posted 30 Nov 2008 in Blog, Britain, Economics
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The reason why the government had to rescue Britain’s banks is not that their shareholders and executives deserve special favours, but because businesses and jobs depend on the availability of credit. There is no public interest in propping up banks that won’t lend. For sure, banks should not be lending with reckless abandon as they […]

Posted 26 Nov 2008 in Blog, Britain, Economics, Finance