I synthesise the views of Project Syndicate writers on the various aspects of the Brexit debate. Read the “On Point” here. Tweet
My latest column for Project Syndicate Tweet
The eurozone desperately needs mainstream alternatives to the lopsided “Berlin Consensus,” in which creditors’ interests come first and Germany dominates everyone else. Merkelism is causing economic stagnation, political polarization, and nasty nationalism. Institutionally, we need a flexible eurozone that respects national democracies, provides greater fiscal freedom and involves a mechanism for restructuring sovereign debt. My column […]
My column for Project Syndicate on why the EU onslaught on US tech companies is motivated not by concern for the welfare of Europeans, but the protectionist agenda of Germany’s digital flops and their corporatist champions in government Tweet
My latest op-ed for Project Syndicate. Tweet
Project Syndicate, 23 September 2014
My latest article for Project Syndicate on why Germany’s economy is not the success it is made out to be, still less a model for the rest of the eurozone Tweet
Project Syndicate, 14 April 2014. The eurozone’s bogus banking union is a recipe for entrenching economic and political division.
Project Syndicate, 15 February 2012. Austerity alone cannot solve Europe’s economic and financial crisis. Growth and jobs need to be promoted with equal zeal.
Project Syndicate, 13 December 2011. Panic is beginning to overwhelm the eurozone. Only the European Central Bank can save Europe from the abyss now
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
Read my new article for Project Syndicate Tweet