Europe Finally Pulls the Trigger on a Military Force
After two years of US President Donald Trump treating European allies as if they were adversaries, France and Germany have finally committed to the creation of an EU-wide army under a central command.
“Reaganomics Redux and the Global Economy”
It has been less than a year since US President D. Trump and congressional Republicans enacted a massive tax cut, following in the footsteps of former President R. Reagan. And, as was true in the 1980s, fiscal stimulus in the US is being felt worldwide.
„Twilight of the Euro?“
20 years of the Euro: one decade party, one decade hangover, and now?
“Should Merkel embrace Macron's vision for Eurozone reform?”
Financial Times: Two experts, Isabelle Mateos y Lago and Hans-Werner Sinn, debate the future of the European single currency bloc.
“Europa is een doodlopende weg ingeslagen”
Interview (Dutch) with Elsevier Weekblad about the Italian crisis, American economists and a European transfer union.
“The Perils of European Deposit Insurance”
The European Commission and the European Central Bank are wrong to advocate a Europe-wide deposit insurance scheme. While some form of deposit insurance is not a bad idea, a one-size-fits-all state-provided solution would do more harm than good.
“Europe Should Not Retaliate Against US Protectionism”
In response to President Trump's protectionism policies, the EU should pursue a de-escalation strategy – one that frees its own citizens from the yoke of European agricultural protectionism.
“Brexit could cost Germany dearly”
In an interview for DW, one of Germany's leading economists, Hans-Werner Sinn, said Brussels was heading down the wrong path with regard to Brexit, and that Donald Trump had a point in the trade dispute with the EU.
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“How to fight climate change: economic and technical challenges”
Video recording of the public lecture held by Professor Hans-Werner Sinn at London School of Economics. Introduced and chaired by Robert Falkner.
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“The Road to a European Transfer Union”
Since the 2008 global financial crisis, European policymakers have consistently relied on Northern European countries to foot the bill for the rest of the eurozone. But what will happen in the coming decades when the coffers run dry?