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Sixty years of Europe: the EMU crisis, the Brexit and the PRIME proposal to reform the European institutions

Introduction
The European Commission published a report in which it presents five scenarios for the EU’s future: carrying on with the current agenda, focusing just on the single market, allowing some countries to move faster than others toward integration, narrowing down the agenda, …

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How to destroy neoclassical economics

Why neoclassical economics needs to be destroyed
Neoclassical economics hopelessly confuses many people. Personally, I felt better when Galbraith compared neoclassical economists to Randolph Churchill’s surgeons in one of Evelyn Waugh’s books – they found the only part of his body that was not malignant, …

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Reflections on the German economy. A macroeconomic approach. Part 9: Concluding remarks: recovery in the euro zone. By Egon Neuthinger

Reflections on the German economy. A macroeconomic approach. Part 9: Concluding remarks: recovery in the euro zone
By Egon Neuthinger
No recovery in the euro zone since the financial crisis of 2008/09
We choose to add concluding remarks in view of the world and regional periodic turmoil that economic conditions and policies have recently caused, …

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