Macroeconomic Theory and Macroeconomic Logic: The Case of the Euro Crisis
Heiner Flassbeck ()
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A chapter in Economic Crisis, Development and Competitiveness in Southeastern Europe, 2016, pp 3-22 from Springer
Abstract The last 7 years have been a tumultuous period for Europe and the unrest is far from over. The global crisis that began in 2007 led to a sharp financial shock in 2008–9, which ushered in a recession across the world. Europe—including Germany—was hit hard as credit contracted and international trade shrunk. The real crisis in Europe, however, commenced in 2009–10 as the recession induced a worsening of public finances that triggered off a gigantic crisis in the Eurozone.
Keywords: Exchange Rate; Monetary Policy; Current Account; Real Exchange Rate; Monetary Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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