Tag Archives: Growth

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Can France « Smile » it’s way out of the Great Depression?

On the 14th of July, I met a group of four American tourists, lost on the Champs Elysees, the world’s most enchanting avenue, some say. They were scared, 5 a.m in the morning, and relieved to find my office open on … Continue reading

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A note on the German success story: when football meets economics

Last week has witnessed German football rising on the top of Europe by placing two top German teams in the final game for the Champions League. German economic success in times of crisis, along with the success of German teams … Continue reading

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A note on what the public opinion « needs to know »

Back to blogging after a while. I stumbled across a small blog post I forwarded earlier expressing the opinion of a think tank member (Ann Mettler Executive Director Lisbon Council) in Brussels on « Europe’s moment of truth ». An interesting read … Continue reading

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A note on searching for growth perspectives in the U.S and Europe

Back to writing my thoughts on international economics and politics after a short holiday break. September 2012 saw the publication of a comparative research paper by Robert J Gordon on the perspectives of U.S economic growth (http://www.cepr.org/pubs/PolicyInsights/PolicyInsight63.pdf).  The paper is … Continue reading

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