While a single market in European banking was promoted by elites to peripheral countries in the Eurozone, this project actually drove the financial crisis.
The German economic downturn raises questions about the largest European economy but, more importantly, over the future of the Eurozone and Europe
Solidarity can be used as a discursive tool to promote the agendas of different actors and interests within the context of the Euro crisis.
The fate of Italy will determine what kind of monetary union, and with which member-states, can survive The present confrontation […]
Contrary to recent claims that Germany has ‘quietly rebalanced’ its economy since the Eurozone crisis began, when German policy is viewed […]
The agenda of Italy’s new anti-liberal, Eurosceptic and pro-Russian government could have significant ramifications far beyond Italy This post elucidates […]
A new approach is needed to respond to secular stagnation and imbalances in the Eurozone The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) […]
The Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure attempts to prevent future economic crises within the Eurozone by remedying emerging imbalances. Precisely how to […]
On Wednesday 11 October, many of the SPERI team gathered in Brussels to participate in a one-day workshop entitled ‘Inequality, […]
The election result has reduced Merkel’s authority and introduced new domestic constraints, just as space for new possibilities at the […]