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Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy

1970 - 2018

Current editor(s): Brigitte Preissl and Derek Kruse

German National Library of Economics
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
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Volume 53, issue 6, 2018

Italy: A Question of Interest Rates and Trust pp. 294-295 Downloads
Sergio Cesaratto
Going for the Wallet? Rule-of-Law Conditionality in the Next EU Multiannual Financial Framework pp. 297-301 Downloads
Friedrich Heinemann
Tax-based Own Resources as a Core Element of a Future-Oriented Design of the EU System of Own Resources pp. 301-306 Downloads
Margit Schratzenstaller
The CAP in the 2021–2027 MFF Negotiations pp. 306-311 Downloads
Alan Matthews
The Multiannual Financial Framework and European Defence pp. 311-315 Downloads
Daniel Fiott
On the Risk of a Sovereign Debt Crisis in Italy pp. 316-319 Downloads
Oliver Holtemöller, Tobias Knedlik and Axel Lindner
Problem Child Greece pp. 320-325 Downloads
Georg Quaas
Financial Instruments and Promotional Banking in the EU are Growing — But is this Justified? pp. 326-331 Downloads
Jorge Núñez Ferrer
A Simple Post-Crisis EMU Phillips Curve — Implications for Monetary Policy pp. 333-336 Downloads
Peter Hennecke
The European Single Market at 25 pp. 337-342 Downloads
Elisabeth Bublitz
Post-Midterms: What to Expect pp. 343-344 Downloads
Jiffer Bourguignon

Volume 53, issue 5, 2018

Getting Back on Track with Turkey pp. 242-243 Downloads
Daniel S. Hamilton
What Should Be the EU’s Approach to Global Trade? pp. 245-249 Downloads
Annette Bongardt and Francisco Torres
Revitalising Multilateral Trade Governance pp. 249-253 Downloads
Bernard Hoekman
Triage? Assessing the EU’s Modernisation Proposals for the WTO pp. 253-256 Downloads
Simon J. Evenett
Dealing with Donald Trump pp. 257-260 Downloads
Gabriel Felbermayr
The EU Response to US Trade Tariffs pp. 260-268 Downloads
Maria Demertzis and Gustav Fredriksson
China’s “Socialist Market Economy”: A Systemic Trade Issue pp. 268-273 Downloads
Jacques Pelkmans
If Nothing is Achieved: Who Pays for the Brexit? pp. 274-280 Downloads
Michael Hüther, Matthias Diermeier, Markos Jung and Andrew Bassilakis
Macroprudential Risk Management Problems in Brexit pp. 281-286 Downloads
Paul J. J. Welfens
A New Regulatory Paradigm for the Digital Sector in Europe pp. 287-290 Downloads
Georg Serentschy
NAFTA on the Brink pp. 291-292 Downloads
Geoffrey Gertz

Volume 53, issue 4, 2018

EU Policies for Refugee Protection and Immigration: Cooperation is Key pp. 182-183 Downloads
Matthias Lücke
The Nordic Model of Economic Development and Welfare: Recent Developments and Future Prospects pp. 185-190 Downloads
Roberto Iacono
The Nordic Model and Structural Change: Lessons from the Collapse of Saab Automobile AB pp. 190-195 Downloads
Mark T. Nance and Jack Daly
Social Corporatism and Capital Accumulation: The Fate of the Nordic Model pp. 196-201 Downloads
Jonathan Perraton
Elitism in Higher Education and Inequality: Why Are the Nordic Countries So Special? pp. 201-208 Downloads
Elise Brezis
The Success of the Nordic Countries as a Blueprint for Small Open Economies pp. 209-214 Downloads
Johannes Tiemer
The Unifying Role of the Single Currency pp. 215-220 Downloads
László Andor
Designing a Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism for a European Monetary Fund pp. 221-224 Downloads
George Pavlidis
A Neglected Aspect of the Debates on the EU Budget: Duration of the MFF pp. 225-232 Downloads
Ákos Kengyel
Development of the Regional Natural Gas Market in Southeast Europe pp. 233-238 Downloads
Emil Asenov
Trump: Reckless Free Trader or Genuine Protectionist? pp. 239-240 Downloads
Edward Alden

Volume 53, issue 3, 2018

Out With the Old, In With the New pp. 110-111 Downloads
Thomas Fricke
Paradigm Shifts in Economic Theory and Policy pp. 113-118 Downloads
Laurie Laybourn-Langton and Michael Jacobs
Shifting Views on Trade Liberalisation: Beyond Indiscriminate Applause pp. 119-124 Downloads
Sebastian Dullien
Towards a New Paradigm: Stabilising Financial Markets pp. 124-135 Downloads
Moritz Schularick and Kaspar Zimmermann
Shifting Paradigms in Carbon Pricing pp. 135-140 Downloads
Brigitte Knopf, Kerstin Burghaus, Christian Flachsland, Michael Jakob, Nicolas Koch and Ottmar Edenhofer
A New Paradigm for Fiscal Policy? pp. 140-146 Downloads
Xavier Ragot
Paradigm Shift in the Eurozone? The Market-Based Convergence Rationale pp. 146-155 Downloads
Simon Tilford and Christian Odendahl
On Current Account Imbalances pp. 155-158 Downloads
Gustav A. Horn
Myths and Facts About Inequality pp. 158-163 Downloads
Marcel Fratzscher
Power or Economic Law? Fresh Reflections on ECB Policy pp. 164-169 Downloads
Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich
ECB: Quo Vadis? pp. 170-173 Downloads
Sylvester Eijffinger and Lex H. Hoogduin
Low Interest Rates and Household Portfolio Behaviour in Euro Area Countries pp. 174-178 Downloads
Manuel Rupprecht
The Federal Job Guarantee pp. 179-180 Downloads
William Darity and Darrick Hamilton

Volume 53, issue 2, 2018

How Should the EU Position Itself in a Global Trade War? pp. 50-51 Downloads
Guntram Wolff
Is Europe’s Productivity Glass Half Full or Half Empty? pp. 53-58 Downloads
Bart van Ark, Klaas de Vries and Kirsten Jäger
Productivity Growth and International Competitiveness: Does Intangible Capital Matter? pp. 58-62 Downloads
Cecilia Jona-Lasinio and Valentina Meliciani
Productivity and the Great Recession pp. 63-68 Downloads
Nicholas Oulton
The Productivity Puzzle: It’s the Lack of Investment, Stupid! pp. 69-75 Downloads
Alexander Herzog-Stein and Gustav A. Horn
Can European Productivity Make Progress? pp. 75-78 Downloads
Davide Castellani, Mariacristina Piva, Torben Schubert and Marco Vivarelli
Trade and Labour Market Adjustments: What Role for the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund? pp. 79-86 Downloads
Lucian Cernat and Federica Mustilli
Implications of the US Tax Reform for Transatlantic FDI pp. 87-93 Downloads
Friedrich Heinemann, Marcel Olbert, Olena Pfeiffer, Thomas Schwab, Christoph Spengel and Kathrin Stutzenberger
The Supply of Safe Assets and Fiscal Policy pp. 94-100 Downloads
Ludger Schuknecht
Digitalisation as Enabler Towards a Sustainable Circular Economy in Germany pp. 101-106 Downloads
Adriana Neligan
The Lingering Wage Gap from Rosie the Riveter to #MeToo pp. 107-108 Downloads
Caroline Fredrickson

Volume 53, issue 1, 2018

Europe in 2018: Less Populist, More Popular? pp. 2-3 Downloads
Pierre Moscovici
Behavioral Economics and Public Opinion pp. 5-7 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein and Lucia A. Reisch
How Can Behavioural Insights Be Used to Improve EU Policy? pp. 8-12 Downloads
Xavier Troussard and René van Bavel
Using Behavioural Economics For Rather than Against Consumers – A Practitioner’s Perspective pp. 12-17 Downloads
Monique Goyens
Nudging and Other Ways of Steering Choices pp. 17-20 Downloads
Daniel M. Hausman
Who Benefits from Trade Wars? pp. 22-26 Downloads
Wolfgang Lechthaler and Mariya Mileva
Debt Sustainability Analyses for Italy, Spain and Portugal: Assessment and Recommendations pp. 27-33 Downloads
Jürgen Matthes
Helicopter Money: Should Central Banks Rain Money from the Sky? pp. 34-40 Downloads
Ansgar Belke
Steering the Unsteerable? Aggregate Fiscal Stance and Spillover Effects in the Euro Area pp. 41-46 Downloads
Stephan Freitag and Jörg Stosberg
Is Renewed EU Optimism Justified? pp. 47-48 Downloads
Barry Eichengreen
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