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Tilford and Whyte on the euro crisis

Simon Tilford and Philip Whyte have written an essay – Why stricter rules threaten the eurozone” – on the euro crisis for the normally strongly pro-European Centre for European Reform. 536 more words

Why stricker rules threaten the eurozone

by Simon Tilford and Philip Whyte, Centre for European Reform (CER)

Many European leaders believe that the eurozone is a basically sound arrangement which has been undermined by the errant behaviour of a few bad apples in its ranks. 154 more words

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Analysis: Europe puts its head in sand over growth crisis

By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics Correspondent

LONDON — Japanization is shorthand for slouching toward that country’s noxious mix of low growth and high debt. Euro zone governments will find it tough to keep the ugly new word out of their lexicon. 899 more words


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Eurozone governance and the Berlin consensus
By Philip Whyte (Centre for European Reform)

This post considers the so-called “Berlin consensus”, or the belief that eurozone problems stem from fecklessness and irresponsibility in geographically peripheral member states. 565 more words

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