Sunday , January 21 2018
Home / Thomas Palley: Economics for Democratic and Open Societies / Fixing the Euro’s Original Sins: The Monetary – Fiscal Architecture and Monetary Policy Conduct

Fixing the Euro’s Original Sins: The Monetary – Fiscal Architecture and Monetary Policy Conduct

Summary:
The euro zone (EZ) was created in January 1999. Its weak economic performance is significantly due to the euro’s neoliberal monetary architecture and the design of monetary policy. Those features undermine national political sovereignty and consign the EZ to severe economic under-performance, which in turn fosters political demands for exit from the euro. Escaping this [...]

Topics:
Thomas Palley considers the following as important: , , ,

This could be interesting, too:

Asad Zaman writes Choosing our own pathways to progress

Lars Syll writes What should we do with econometrics?

Merijn T. Knibbe writes Broad unemployment in Europe: the last two years. Two graphs.

Jeff Mosenkis (IPA) writes IPA’s weekly links

The euro zone (EZ) was created in January 1999. Its weak economic performance is significantly due to the euro’s neoliberal monetary architecture and the design of monetary policy. Those features undermine national political sovereignty and consign the EZ to severe economic under-performance, which in turn fosters political demands for exit from the euro. Escaping this [...]
Thomas Palley
Dr. Thomas Palley is an economist living in Washington DC. He holds a B.A. degree from Oxford University, and a M.A. degree in International Relations and Ph.D. in Economics, both from Yale University.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *