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"Europe’s Outcast: Awaiting Response To Poland" by Maria Skóra

For years Poland was depicted as a success story in the great transformation of Central and Eastern Europe. A democratic system was built swiftly, with stable i...   [ continue reading...]

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"A “Macroneconomic” Revolution?" by Anatole Kaletsky

Next month will mark the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis, which began on August 9, 2007, when Banque National de Paris announced that the value...   [ continue reading...]

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"Is Productivity Growth Becoming Irrelevant?" by Adair Turner

As the Nobel laureate economist Robert Solow noted in 1987, computers are “everywhere but in the productivity statistics.” Since then, the so-called...   [ continue reading...]

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"The EU’s Mafia State" by Bálint Magyar

Following the collapse of communism, many of us in Central and Eastern Europe had hoped that the region would steadily move toward liberal democracy, and that a...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Inflation Target Trap" by Daniel Gros

Central banks have a problem: growth in much of the world is accelerating, but inflation has failed to take off. Of course, for most people, growth without infl...   [ continue reading...]

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"Democracy Without Glue" by Javier López

The aftershocks of the Great Recession are still being felt. The trail of suffering in the shape of unemployment and destruction of wealth has transformed the m...   [ continue reading...]

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"Employment Shifts In Europe During The Recovery: Three Little Noticed Trends" by John Hurley

The EU has finally recovered all the net employment losses sustained since the global financial crisis. It has been a long and painful process. But there is at...   [ continue reading...]

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"How Do European Welfare States Perform?" by Maria Alessandra Antonelli and Valeria De Bonis

The European Union is characterized by different national social polices (although they are less clearly demarcated than in the past). The Nordic countries pres...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Art Of The (Trump And Putin) Deal" by Robert Reich

Say you’re Vladimir Putin, and you did a deal with Trump last year. Whether there was such a deal is being investigated. But if you are Putin an...   [ continue reading...]

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"Poland After Trump" by Sławomir Sierakowski

Donald Trump came, he saw, he conned. The US president’s trip to Poland, a stop on his way to the G20 summit in Hamburg, was arranged at the last minute:...   [ continue reading...]

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"Why German Wages Need To Rise" by Simon Wren-Lewis

An interesting disagreement occurred this week between Martin Sandbu and the Economist, which prompted a subsequent letter from Philippe Legrain (see also Marti...   [ continue reading...]

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"Orban, Orwell and Soros" by Stephen Pogány

In George Orwell’s bleakly prophetic novel, 1984, Oceania’s totalitarian regime strives to mobilise popular support by holding up the figure of Emma...   [ continue reading...]

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"Is Social Democracy Facing Extinction In Europe?" by Davide Vittori

The last French presidential election and the recent legislative elections confirmed a seemingly unstoppable declining trend in the electoral support of social...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Discourse We Need And The Role of Trade Unions" by Michael Higgins

Your movement with over 700,000 members in over 40 affiliated unions, is Ireland’s largest civic society body. Your contribution to the evolution of polit...   [ continue reading...]

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"How Is The European Migration Crisis Affecting Polish Politics?" by Aleks Szczerbiak

The migration crisis has rumbled on for the last two years since it developed as a major issue in Polish politics dividing the main parties in the run up to the...   [ continue reading...]

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"Anchoring Labour Rights More Effectively In EU Trade Agreements" by Adrian Smith and Liam Campling

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are growing in number and the inclusion in them of labour provisions seeking to improve working conditions are also increasing. A r...   [ continue reading...]

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"Brexit To Nowhere?" by Joschka Fischer

Politics brings out strong emotions in everyone. Even the British, despite their reputation for pursuing their interests in a cool and calm fashion, apparently...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Road To A Soft Brexit" by Jon Bloomfield

The UK election result has been a game changer. The electorate has turned down the Theresa May/Daily Mail offer of a hard Brexit and the threat of walking away...   [ continue reading...]

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"European Energy Union: Must Do Better!" by Philipp Fink, Antoine Guillou and Robert Schachtschneider

As the EU goes through troubled times, there is a crucial need to identify core policies that affect every one of its citizens. Considering energy policy to hav...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Real Measure Of Inequality" by Desmond Cohen

We talk a lot about inequality but the data we rely on is subject to substantial errors since much income and wealth goes unmeasured and is never seen by the of...   [ continue reading...]

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