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29. January 2016 I Heiner Flassbeck I Business Cycle Analysis, Economic Policy

Cyclical analysis of European economies shows no recovery in Autumn – Part 1

Flassbeck-economics analyses the European economy every month in detail and gives its view on the state of the cycle and the economic policies that should be adopted. We are covering a wide range of indicators and countries (the UK will be included in the future). Our skepticism concerning the European recovery and the ability of the European economy to escap…


Flassbeck-economics analyses the European economy every month in detail and gives its view on the state of the cycle and the economic policies that should be adopted. We are covering a wide range of indicators and countries (the UK will be included in the future). Our skepticism concerning the European recovery and the ability of the European economy to escape the straightjackets of the European Stability Pact has proved to be absolutely right. Today, the European economy is facing the worst crisis since the Great Depression and there is no easy way out. Europe is blocked by austerity and mercantilism, the origin of both is Germany.

You will perhaps not believe this, but ‘economic experts’ working for ‘think tanks’ promote the view that the German economy is booming (or at least only very slightly sputtering), although all the official figures only show a ‘moderate growth.’ Among the indicators that these ‘experts’ use – rather than official, relevant and valid figures – are booming stock markets and the optimism of ‘insiders’ which shows up in surveys. Quite unlike us, these ‘experts’ believe that the official figures and forecasts are too low (see here). The explanation of all of this is straightforward: thes…
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