Showing posts from 2011

Why the ECB independence is detrimental in times of crisis

Time for the Fed to take over in Europe - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

Are people unemployed because safety nets are too generous?

Who will foot the bill? Distribution of EFSF commitments

High unemployment: Cyclical or Structural? Guess from the Graph...

ECB independence and democracy

Higher income earners are more likely to vote Republican

Germany and the Eurozone

Socialist austerity: here comes the conservatives

Bigger financial sector, bigger GDP?

Household Debt Contributes to Unemployment

De Grauwe "Who cares about the survival of the eurozone?"

Active labour market policies in the crisis

UK unemployment in the crisis: ILO measure versus claimant count

Inequality and the politics of the welfare state in the US

La grande braderie - 1980s French Privatisation

Debunking the myth that the working class is responsible for the crisis

"Back to the future": Privatisation as a solution to problems

The Economist's interactive guide to reducing government debt

Bringing Capitalism back into the debt debate

Europe needs a large Social Sciences and Humanities -centered research programme to tackle its "Grand Societal Challenges"!

Are we out of it already?

Income distribution in the US....

14th Summit crisis in 21 months...

Buiter on the Euro Area Crisis

Wages and unemployment in the current crisis

New report by the European Foundation for the improvement of Living and Working conditions

Representing Middle class interest

Dunleavy on Cameron's Government

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development at 50

Stiglitz occupies Wall Street

Union preferences in the UK

US healthcare

Crisis' latest developments

The state of the union address of the president of the European Commission

Interview with Acemoglu

On the problem of trading short term pains for long term gains

Capital inflows and the debt crisis

When Marx Met Engels, the Renegade Industrialist - in Bloomberg

'Grow or wither away'

Is this the end for the Eurozone?

Experimentation as a solution to poverty

Andrew Watt sums up the summer

IMF confirms what we already knew: Austerity is bad for the economy!

The Robin hood syndrome among the rich is spreading

The role of actors in welfare state development

Delong on pros and cons of US expansionary policy

The economics of academic publishing

The Socio economic determinants of labour market policies

Institute for New Economic Thinking

The End of Loser Liberalism

Peter Mair

Double-dip recession on the horizon

5000 pageviews reached

Summer pain in the financial markets

Soros on Germany's responsibility

Manufacturing and the welfare state

EU Free movement of labour crumbles

The US debt downgrade has started...

To What Extent Did the Financial Crisis Intensify the Pressure to Reform the Welfare State?

Welfare regimes and Youth Unemployment rates in the crisis

10 years of labour government in the UK

1 million people against unpaid internships

Misconceptions about working time in the EU27

Statisticless homeless deaths in France

The crisis: Deficits as the temporary fix in the tensions between legitimation and accumulation

Mill on Conservatives

What Crisis?

Statement of the Council of the European Union on Greece and related matters

EU27 labour market stabilising

The dependent variable problem in quantitative studies of Active Labour Market Programmes: Uncovering hidden dynamics?

On Regulation and law

When It Comes to Argentinas Economy, the NYT Redefines "Stagnant"

The evolution of French Labour Market Policy

Updated ICTWSS database

New LSE blog on Africa

How the internet is revolutionising research

Krugman and Eggertsson on why more spending may make sense even when debt is high

An Answer to the Meaning of Life

Humala likely winner of Peruvian Presidential elections!

Academic journal dedicated to studying my home town

A Competent candidate withdraws his nomination...

Beyond Strauss-Kahn: Facts on the prevalence of rapes in France

Robert Lucas on the crisis: causes and consequences

Union density in the UK by sector

New LSE European Institute working papers

Radical welfare reforms?

Gender Pay gap

SASE 23rd Annual Conference - Madrid June 23-25

Stephane Guillon on DSK

Keynesian and Chicago economics

Characterising institutional change

Institutional stability in European welfare states

The Alternative Vote

Back from the dead? Understanding the death of Keynesianism and its potential revival

The State

Financial storm versus nature's tsunami: impact on the NIKKEI225 index