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Political Eh-conomy: Podcast: The roots of the Greece crisis in European integration and what this means for the future

https://politicalehconomy.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/podcast150402-europe.mp3

 

As the simmering crisis between Greece and the institutions formerly known as the Troika heats up again, it’s a good time to look once more at the roots of the European crisis and what they mean for the possibilities open before Syriza at the present juncture. Greece is being squeezed by Europe: . . . → Read More: Political Eh-conomy: Podcast: The roots of the Greece crisis in European integration and what this means for the future

Putting lipstick on the PIIGS: the health of modern macroeconomics

Ok, so some of the best economists, trained at elite institutions, working for the pinnacle of the of the financial world got it wrong, very wrong. How wrong? Just go ask a Greek citizen. But, of course, we all knew that just by reading the headlines coming out of Greece over the last couple . . . → Read More: Putting lipstick on the PIIGS: the health of modern macroeconomics

The real Zombie that won’t die: The Myth of Crowding Out

Don’t get me wrong I am really encouraged that Mr. Moffatt took it upon himself to echo what we should all know by now: debt is not the story behind the Euro crisis. And as Mike rightly points out the real story is the rural idiocy of austerity and the absence of control over . . . → Read More: The real Zombie that won’t die: The Myth of Crowding Out