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Study: Wage-setting Strategies for the Eurozone


  In a recent blog post we showed that the upturn of the German economy between 2000 and 2009 was primarily due to a restrictive wage policy. Our newest study seeks to answer the question whether this strategy could work for the crisis-ridden southern European countries. We look at three different wage-setting scenarios:   Reference […] More ...

GED Studie Maastricht_2_0

Study: Maastricht 2.0
Proposed Reform of EU Sovereign Debt Rules


  Growing sovereign debt within in European Union turns out to be an increasing burden for the entire EU and the Euro. Thus Europe urgently needs long-term fiscal policies designed to reduce government debt to manageable levels and at the same time to promote a stable kind of economic development. More ...

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