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G. L. Tosato: Legal considerations on the Avgouleas-Micossi proposal
Edited by G. Colazzo: The debate on how to improve the EMU's economic governance framework
V. Meliciani, M. Pini - Digitalization and productivity in Italy: Opportunities and risks of the NRRP
L. Bini Smaghi - The new ECB Strategy: What will change?
S. Micossi: La riforma del Patto di stabilità e crescita
P. Benigno, P. Canofari, G. Di Bartolomeo, M. Messori: Financial Dominance in the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic European Economy
P. Nicolaides - The Dispute-Settlement Provisions of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Are they Adequate for the Task?
A. Erce, E. Mallucci, M. Picarelli: A Journey in the History of Sovereign Defaults on Domestic Law Public Debt
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The search for a congruent euro area policy mix: Vertical coordination matters - Marco Buti and Marcello Messori - VoxEU
The way European policymakers solve the policy mix trilemma of asymmetric fiscal rules, no central fiscal capacity and constrained monetary policy in the post-pandemic economy will define the resilience of the euro area in the face of future shocks and...
Interview with Pietro Reichlin - Class CNBC Linea Mercati
Professor Reichlin speaks about the forecasts concerning Italy’s Gross Domestic Product and public debt/GDP ratio within the EU and global contexts, as well as the many complications and challenges present in the country’s heterogeneous labor market....
The COVID Inflation Scare - Daniel Gros - Project Syndicate
Central banks become concerned, and usually start tightening policy, when higher inflation fuels higher inflation expectations among consumers. Current trends suggest that US policymakers have more to worry about than their European counterparts. Click...
The G20 agenda in Rome – Franco Bruni - ISPI
At the end of October, Rome will host the final summit of the heads of state and government of the G20. A joint declaration, not easy to prepare, discuss and approve, will conclude the work of a dozen ministerial summits, organized for the various types...
Interview with Jean-Paul Fitoussi – Class CNBC Speciale Class
Professor Fitoussi speaks about Italy’s encouraging growth rate, which is expected to be in teh vicinity of 6-7% by the end of the year. He also firmly believes that the current inflation worrying consumers is only an insignificant, temporary phenomenon....
The strange reasons behind Scholz’s success – Carlo Bastasin – La Repubblica
The turning point in the German election campaign came with the flood that devastated North-Rhine Westphalia in July 2021, resulting in the death of almost 200 people. However, at first glance, the reason for the Social Democrats' success is rather...
Three ways to fix European banking union - Ignazio Angeloni - OMFIF
On 29 July, following months of closed-door manoeuvring and a management overhaul involving the exit of its CEO, Jean-Pierre Mustier, Unicredit issued its ‘preconditions’ for considering the acquisition of Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena. Founded...
The Economic Roots of the Afghan Debacle - Daniel Gros - Project Syndicate
Afghanistan experienced rapid economic growth in the decade following the US invasion and the ouster of the Taliban. But the subsequent stagnation of living standards – rooted in the failure to build a self-sustaining domestic economy – made unrest all...