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"Germany’s Anti-Populist Exceptionalism" by Michael Bröning

As Germany prepares for this month’s federal election, the country seems remarkably resistant to the populist challenge that other Western societies have...   [ continue reading...]

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"How The OECD Wants To Make Globalisation Work For All" by Ronald Janssen

Worried by the populist backlash against globalisation, a big crowd of ministers, politicians and economists participated last June in the annual OECD week in P...   [ continue reading...]

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"Macron’s Labour Gambit" by Dani Rodrik

At the end of August, French president Emmanuel Macron unveiled the labour-market overhaul that will make or break his presidency – and may well determine...   [ continue reading...]

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"Dutch Social Democracy: Reuniting The Fragmented Left" by Rene Cuperus

So, René Cuperus, thank you very much for joining us today in the SWOT analysis project of different social democratic parties across the world. We&rsquo...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Greek Economy Is Recovering And Exiting The Crisis" by Dimitris Papadimoulis

The latest data from Eurostat shows that the Greek economy is steadily entering a growth phase, after many years of recession. Investments are increasing and ex...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Euro’s Narrow Path" by Barry Eichengreen

With Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French presidential election, and Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union enjoying a comfortable lead in op...   [ continue reading...]

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"Do Structural Reforms Of Labour Markets Impair Innovation?" by Alfred Kleinknecht

Christoph Stein: You conclude from your research that supply-side labour market reforms have impaired innovation and labour productivity growth in major OECD co...   [ continue reading...]

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"Brexit Thoughts From The Lake District" by Charles Enoch

Walking across the Lake District, we were many miles from the South-East England “bubble”. But the realities of possible Brexit were as stark here a...   [ continue reading...]

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"Juncker Talks The Talk: Who Will Walk The Walk?" by Andrew Watt

Jean-Claude Juncker’s 2017 State of the European Union (SOTEU) speech was marked, particularly compared with last year’s offering, by a renewed sens...   [ continue reading...]

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"“Resistance Alone Is Not Enough” – Women’s Rights And Illiberal Democracies" by Andrea Pető

Women’s rights are under a dual attack: both the ‘neoliberal neopatriarchy’ and the reactionary anti-gender movements threaten to reverse hard...   [ continue reading...]

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"Schrödinger’s Immigrant" by Robert Rowthorn and David Růžička

When Central and Eastern European leaders try to explain why they do not want to accept refugees, they tend to contradict one another. Some insist that refugees...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Two Pillars Of French Economic Reform" by Benedicte Berner and Philippe Aghion

The French government has just announced the guidelines for a new labor code, its first major reform to boost France’s economy, by giving more flexibility...   [ continue reading...]

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"Reinventing Social Democracy: An updated Swedish model" by Bo Rothstein

Well, Bo, thank you very much for joining us today to do a SWOT analysis of the Swedish Social Democratic party SAP. What is the historic position of the SAP in...   [ continue reading...]

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"Combating Hatred With History" by Guy Verhofstadt

After a white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which anti-fascist campaigner Heather Heyer was killed, and many others injured, US Presid...   [ continue reading...]

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"Disentangling Refugee Flight And Immigration" by Matthias Mayer

The pace of migration to Europe has increased significantly in the last two years. Handling the high number of refugees in particular has posed great challenges...   [ continue reading...]

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"Economic Sovereignty: A Delusion" by Desmond Cohen

It has been Conservative policy in Britain since Mrs Thatcher to reduce the size of the state in pursuit of some golden age where private ownership and manageme...   [ continue reading...]

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"Brexit And The Status Quo Ex-Ante" by John Weeks

Where we are At the end of August Britain’s Labour Party formally announced its policy towards future relations with the European Union. The policy docume...   [ continue reading...]

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"What Do Democrats Stand For?" by Robert Reich

The Democratic Party can lead the country in a new direction, but will it? Millions of Americans who are politically engaged for the first time in their lives a...   [ continue reading...]

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"How Bad Will Brexit Really Be For The UK?" by Graham Gudgin

The great majority of the economic forecasts have concluded that Brexit will damage the UK economy. In the case of ‘no deal’ between the UK and the...   [ continue reading...]

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"Barcelona, Terrorism And The Need For Unity" by Manuel Muñiz

At a time of growing division, both within and across Western countries, we were reminded on the 17th of August through the pain on the streets of Barcelona of...   [ continue reading...]

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