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Social investment if not now, when? 

By Robin Huguenot-Noel / 21 October, 2019

A ‘golden rule’ of exempting certain types of social spending from the Eurozone fiscal rule book for about a decade would allow to invest in human capital, skills and health.

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Increase quality to boost competitiveness – don’t cut wages

By Marta Pilati / 19 March, 2019

Gaining competitiveness should rather be done by increasing quality than by lowering production costs.

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Wages in Europe – an overview

By FEPS / 19 March, 2019

Wages in Europe – an overview

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END AUSTERITY - INCREASE WAGES TO SAVE THE EUROZONE!

Eurozone: end austerity, increase wages and promote jobs!

By Jayati Ghosh / 18 March, 2019

The crisis recovery strategy was based on falling wages. A jobs-centred recovery strategy is necessary.

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The End of ECB’s Quantitative Easing – what next?

By Alberto Botta / 11 January, 2019

In December 2018, the ECB’s QE is coming to an end.

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Normalisation of the ECB’s monetary policy is timely

By Peter Bofinger / 11 January, 2019

The European Central Bank (ECB) is due to end its Quantitative Easing (QE) programme at the end of the year.

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Ecological transition: the ECB and budgetary authorities referred to their responsibilities

By Michael Vincent / 4 December, 2018

The 2018/19 European Semester, which coordinates the member states’ economic policies every year, has just been launched.

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More transparency rules, less tax avoidance

By Leyla Ates / 12 November, 2018

All EU countries will have access to a database on tax avoidance schemes.

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A first reaction to the Commission’s proposal on EMU Reform

By David Rinaldi / 1 November, 2018

In these last few months, there has a lack of discussion about the long-term objectives of the European Monetary Union. These objectives need to be agreed first. Monetary arrangements are tools that have to serve broader social and political objectives, like prosperity and balanced growth within the community. It is […]

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Eurozone reforms must focus on institutions and their democratic legitimacy

By Leo Hoffmann-Axthelm / 14 February, 2018

Eurozone : The Commission’s proposals to deepen EMU have been described as a “power-grab”, but may restore balance to a field so far dominated by the largest EU countries.

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