Macroeconomics

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The economic and financial crises evident since 2007 have refocused the debate as to the future structure of the Europea

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With economic growth not expected to exceed 1.6% up to 2017, a debt to GDP ratio predicted to peak at 106% in 2016, coupled with established labour market challenges, t

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Professor Lars Jonung warning Sweden's current economic momentum is unsustainable

 

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In the early 2000s, it appeared that the European Union would continue to lead the world in telecommunications.

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The 2013–14 Euromaidan revolution in Ukraine created much admiration and hope among Ukrainians and the international audience.

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2016 has been marked by a return of uncertainty in the financial markets and increased doubts over growth prospects in key global economies such as

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The recent financial and economic crisis has exacerbated the funding shortfalls of Europe’s public pension systems.

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The debate surrounding a potential BREXIT has largely focused on the costs and disadvantages for Britain of maki

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The gurus of the economic left are at it again: in ‘a plea for economic sanity and humanity’, a group of progressive economists led by Joseph Stigl

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Acemoglu and Robinson have produced a book that has attracted a lot of interest and discussion amongst the ranks of political scientists, instituti

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