The GEG Watch vision is to inspire New Economic Thinking. We take point of departure in key events in the global economy, week after week. All blog posts suggest further readings, some of which will direct the reader to classical texts that discuss similar issues although in a different time and context. In this way, followers of GEG Watch are firmly rooted in the past as well as the present, and in the best of economic literatures as well as in the everyday practices of economic governance, whether national, regional or global. Ultimately, the vision is to inspire reflection and stimulate learning – for students, professional and academics alike.
- Putting the Capital Markets Union on stable foundations
- Is China causing fragmentation of post-1945 global financial system?
- Stress tests now as tough in Europe as in the US? Not exactly
- Unpacking Europe’s banking stress-tests: German and French banks at the brink of insolvency
- European banking misery: pretending rather than mending, does no favours to lending