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C. Bastasin: Europe cannot be strong if fragmentation risks linger in the euro area
F. Bontadini, V.Meliciani, M. Savona, A. Wirkierman: Nearshoring and Farsharing in Europe within the Global Economy
C. Bastasin: Europe should not encourage the “China vs the US” bipolarity
C. Bastasin - Post-war global supply chains: Europe must defend economic cooperation
C. Bastasin: How Italy was about to be excluded from the euro - A behind-the-scenes reconstruction of a historical event
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How the ECB can tackle fragmentation in the eurozone - Lorenzo Bini Smaghi - Financial Times
The European Central Bank is faced with a dilemma. It needs to tighten monetary policy in order to rein in unexpectedly high inflation and at the same time prevent fragmentation of financial markets across the eurozone. History shows that fragmentation...
In memory of Jean Paul Fitoussi, a non-dogmatic economist
Il Sole 24 Ore organized an event dedicated to Jean Paul Fitoussi as part of the Trento Economy Festival. Among the participants who honored the late economist were Marcello Messori, Massimo Egidi, Enrico Giovannini and former Italian Economy Minister...
Luiss SEP scholarships for the 2022-2023 Master in European Economic Governance
The Luiss School of European Political Economy is offering 1 full scholarship and 4 partial scholarships for attending the 2022-2023 edition of the Master in European Economic Governance (MEEG). In particular, the candidate awarded 1 full scholarship will...
Fragmentation monster looms again for ECB - Ignazio Angeloni - OMFIF
Renewed interest in monetary policy discussions coincides with new problems and risks facing central banks. How to deal with the pandemic – particularly the exit from it? Can the rise in inflation be controlled? Should wartime risks be factored in?...