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"Germany’s Great European Heist" by Adam Tooze and Shahin Vallée

Two mantras guide German thinking about eurozone integration: responsibilities and control must be aligned (so no mutualization of risk without shared jurisdict...   [ continue reading...]

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"A Rotten Corporate Culture" by Simon Wren-Lewis

Reports by select committees of MPs after some scandal should be treated with care. There is nothing MPs like more than to take the moral high ground and heap b...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Italian Election And US Underpinning Of Populism" by Harvey Feigenbaum

The election of March 4, 2018 left Italy with a fragmented parliament, where the two biggest parties, the Five Star Movement and the Lega, are populist and Euro...   [ continue reading...]

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"Fake News And The Fairness Doctrine" by George Tyler

Fake news in America’s public square is a failure of its information marketplace. Remediation should occur through enhanced marketplace competition, not g...   [ continue reading...]

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"Crisis Of Globalization: Restoring Social Investment Is Key" by Robert Kuttner

Why is democracy under siege throughout the West? How much of the story is cultural or racial, and how much is economic? And can the slide into authoritarianism...   [ continue reading...]

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"From Neoliberal Ruins To Recovery: Iceland Is Real Poster-Boy" by Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson

At a Nordic-Baltic Development Forum meeting, held in Riga some years ago, there arose a lively controversy on the relative merits of the Swedish (Nordic) model...   [ continue reading...]

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"Three Challenges In Contemporary Populism Research" by Yannis Stavrakakis

Today populism seems to be firmly back on the agenda. A series of recent events have shocked and scandalised our global public spheres, causing concern for the...   [ continue reading...]

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"Lib-Pop Politics: Why Italy’s New Government Is More Neoliberal Than Populist" by Mario Pianta

A new Italian government is in the making, with an unprecedented alliance between the Five Stars Movement (33% of votes in the March 2018 elections; 36% of seat...   [ continue reading...]

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"Federal Central Banks And Decadent Capitalism" by Sam Whimster

Federal Central Banks (Forum Press, 2018) is a unique study that critically examines the role and impact of central banks in federal and confederal political sy...   [ continue reading...]

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"Saudi Arabia Opens A Movie Theatre, But Is It Ready To Open More?" by Nicolas Tenzer

An invitation-only gala screening of Black Panther in Saudi Arabia on April 19 has attracted worldwide attention as the country’s first public viewing of...   [ continue reading...]

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"Fiscal Policy Remains In The Stone Age" by Simon Wren-Lewis

Or maybe the middle ages, but certainly not anything more recent than the 1920s. Keynes advocated using fiscal expansion in what he called a liquidity trap in t...   [ continue reading...]

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"Why We Need European Safe Assets" by Thomas Theobald and Silke Tober

It has become conventional wisdom that low and stable inflation contributes to economic stability and most central banks in the advanced nations pursue some typ...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Double Standard Of America’s China Trade Policy" by Dani Rodrik

A high-profile United States trade delegation appears to have returned empty-handed from its mission in China. The result is hardly a surprise, given the scale...   [ continue reading...]

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"Flawed Capitalism On Both Sides Of The Atlantic" by David Coates

Given the scale of poverty and inequality in contemporary Britain (and indeed in the United States), no right-thinking person can presumably be fully happy with...   [ continue reading...]

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"Brexit: Parliament Vs. The People" by Yiannis Kitromilides

In the next few months the UK will make one of the most momentous political decisions in its post-war history finalising and approving the withdrawal agreement...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Crisis Of Globalisation: Inevitable War?" by James K. Galbraith

In her most recent book Kari Polanyi Levitt observes that the word “globalization” cannot be found in the Oxford Shorter English dictionaries predat...   [ continue reading...]

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"Why Macron Is Not The New Left" by Amandine Crespy

Since his election in May 2017, international observers have fairly unanimously welcomed Emmanuel Macron as today’s modernizing figure in French politics...   [ continue reading...]

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"EU Company Mobility Package: Implications For Social Europe" by Sigurt Vitols

Will the ‘freedom of establishment’ – one of the basic freedoms in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) – mean tha...   [ continue reading...]

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"How To Stop Trump" by Robert Reich

Why did working class voters choose a selfish, thin-skinned, petulant, lying, narcissistic, boastful, megalomaniac for president? With the 2018 midterms around...   [ continue reading...]

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"Careers Still Matter Even In Today’s Gig Economy" by Jean-Marie Jungblut

Careers are alive and well. Despite the widespread opinion that we are witnessing the end of careers and flexibilization of working life as a whole, the data do...   [ continue reading...]

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