Showing posts from November, 2011

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"!