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André Azevedo Alves
7 December 2010
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After Greece and Ireland, it seems increasingly likely that Portugal may become the third euro-area country to be bailed out by an EU/IMF rescue package. In the past week, the yields on Portuguese (...
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...
André Azevedo Alves
11 May 2010
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After years of continuous growth in public spending and public debt, the Portuguese economy finds itself in a bleak situation in the context of the ongoing international crisis. Internal and...
Holger Zemanek
10 May 2010
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This weekend the EU finance ministers, the EU and the IMF agreed a huge bailout package for the troubled eurozone countries and the single currency. The emergency package comes after...
Malte Tobias Kähler
10 May 2010
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The Austrian Business Cycle Theory (ABCT), developed largely by Ludwig von Mises and F. A. Hayek, predicted the present crisis and explained its causes in advance. Many commentators aware of...