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Video: 'Challenges for the European Union in 2017' (2017)

In February 2017, the business school ESMT Berlin hosted an open lecture given by Nicolas Véron.

Nicolas Véron

Senior Fellow and Co-Founder of the think tank… 42 more words

Europe is one of the places we've seen 'growth surprises': Lipton | World Economic Forum


IMF’s First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton talks about monetary policy across the globe, with specific comment on inflation.

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Stabilization in Egypt will benefit the people, says IMF's Lagarde | In The News


Christine Lagarde, managing director at the International Monetary Fund, speaks about the “light at the end of the tunnel” for Egypt’s economy.

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Micky Mouse economics: how trade theory fails but policy still sells its fairytale benefits by Irene van Staveren

Income inequality is rising globally. Trade has not delivered on its promises. Statistics and econometric analyses begin to show this failure in the global south as well as in the global north. 1,256 more words

How Rising Inequality Hurts Everyone, Even the Rich

The title of this post is identical to the title of an article by Christopher Ingraham in the Business Section of the 11 February 2017 issue of the Washington Post. 692 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Diary Day 503: a bunch of emotional nutcases.

My #Remainer’s Diary Day 503: Steve Baker, the MP who was recorded saying he wanted to destroy the EU, was forced to apologise to the House of Commons and to Charles Grant, head of the Centre for European Reform. 511 more words

Brexit

Make no mistake, President Donald Trump  won the 2016 Presidential election because of the angst of many average Joe Americans which is mostly a result of the US high income inequality along with the republicans long term plans to bust unions. 955 more words

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