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Is Austerity Being Reconsidered in Europe?

May 1, 2013

Angel Ubide says the tough austerity programs adopted by Spain and Italy are being revised, but only on the margins.


Policy Brief 13-4: Reengineering EMU for an Uncertain World [pdf] February 2013


A Small Step Toward European Banking Union Regulation March 20, 2014

Can Hollande Take On France's "National Champions"? February 20, 2014

PIIE Debate: How Should the ECB Act to Counter Deflation? February 14, 2014

Obama and Greece: Thinking Outside the Basket Case August 8, 2013

Are Tax Avoidance 'Havens' a Bad Thing? Part I May 24, 2013

Are Tax Avoidance 'Havens' a Bad Thing? Part II May 24, 2013

Malaise and Paralysis in France? May 1, 2013

Italian Political Chaos: Situation Normal April 2, 2013

What Happens Now to Tax Havens in Europe? April 1, 2013

Germany's 'Self-Defeating' Policies Toward Southern Europe March 29, 2013