"The ‘dinosaurs’ were right to point out QE’s negatives"
Op-Ed by Frank Westermann in the Financial Times on the "Memorandum on the ECB's monetary policy", issued by former central bankers Issing, Stark et al.
Memorandum on the ECB’s Monetary Policy
Former French and German central bankers around Otmar Issing and Jürgen Stark confirm Hans-Werner Sinn's criticism of the symmetric inflation goal.
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The ECB’s Beggar-thy-Trump Strategy
The ECB is pursuing an exchange-rate policy in all but name, thus putting Europe on a collision course with the Trump administration.
The End of ECB Restraint
Outgoing European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has indicated that the bank is planning a new round of aggressive monetary stimulus. Such measures will most likely have negative economic consequences ...
Energy Beyond Future – Can Business Save the World?
Green politics rise across western society, and so do scientific concerns on whether those energy policies are effective or not. While the world is captured in a dispute, one crucial question remains: Is there any way around a potential disaster?
Central Bank Independence is no Protection against Abuse
Latest Contribution by Hans-Werner Sinn in "The International Economy"
Germany’s Dangerously Flawed Energy Policies
Germany has made a noble effort to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and replace conventional energy sources with wind and solar power. But now it is time to face reality.
Let the People Decide on Brexit
Given the narrow majority for leaving the European Union back then, and the impasse at which UK institutions find themselves now, holding a new referendum is both appropriate and necessary.
The meaning of Brexit for Europe
Public Lecture by Prof. Hans-Werner Sinn, Cambridge Judge Business School
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Banking Regulation Does not Make Target Credits Safe
Target Debate: Clemens Fuest and Hans-Werner Sinn respond to Jan Krahnen's criticism. A guest commentary
From a No-Deal Brexit to a No Brexit Deal
By addressing Britain's longstanding concerns over intra-EU migration and its attendant costs, the EU could both set the stage for a reversal of Brexit and shore up its own long-term stability.