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Richard Wellings
27 October 2011
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European leaders are advocating greater fiscal integration in response to the ongoing euro crisis. Despite their professed euroscepticism, David Cameron and George Osborne have offered their...
D. R. Myddelton
9 August 2011
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It is in times like these that one appreciates the advice the Irishman gave the tourist seeking directions: ‘If I were you, I wouldn’t start from here.’  In recent days...
Holger Zemanek
20 May 2010
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The EU, national governments, academics and media are discussing how to rebuild the shattered EMU stability framework, after the Stability and Growth Pact failed to prevent the current crisis. In...
Holger Zemanek
23 March 2010
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Just recently, the European Commission set out its proposal for a new economic strategy for Europe, a successor to the failed Lisbon Strategy for Growth and Jobs. Again, the European Commission...
Terry Arthur
16 March 2010
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The euro is currently under intense scrutiny. Why? Because the reputation of the single currency – originally based largely on that of the Bundesbank for its (relatively) sound money policy...

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