When the euro crisis began a half-decade ago, Keynesian economists predicted that the austerity imposed on Greece and the other crisis countries would fail. Now that it has, what is needed is not structural reform in Greece so much as a fundamental reform of the eurozone’s design and policy frameworks.
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Austerity lovers to put a break on Renzi's growth vision for Europe? the Sting reports live from World Economic Forum 2015 in Davos
The World Economic Forum is said to be a congress of polyphony and contradictions. This year’s edition bore witness to this perennial value of the organiser. 1,437 more words