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Europe needs stimulus. But quantitative easing won’t make the eurozone’s real problems go away. My column for Foreign Policy Tweet

Posted 28 Jan 2015 in Blog, euro, Foreign Policy, Monetary Policy
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My article on eurozone QE and Greece for CapX Tweet

Posted 21 Jan 2015 in Blog, CapX, euro, Greece, Monetary Policy
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Foreign Policy, 21 January 2015. Europe needs stimulus. But quantitative easing won’t make the eurozone’s real problems go away.

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VoxEU, 2 November 2010. While the debate over global imbalances often focuses on China, this column argues that the biggest threat to the world economy comes from the other side of the seesaw – the US.

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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