Posts tagged 'ECB'

  • Young Global Leaders Article

    The European Central Bank’s plans to protect a fragile recovery

    During Mario Draghi’s recent visit to the Harvard Kennedy School, the impact of the US shutdown, the Fed’s approach… more

  • Forum Article

    Will the global economy gain momentum?

    In the dog days of summer, Milan is quieter than many European cities. The locals are away, and, unlike Paris or Rome… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    Has austerity failed in Europe?

    Although many European governments have announced expenditure cuts and tax hikes, their debt/GDP ratios continue to… more

  • Forum Article

    In defence of the European Central Bank

    August 2 marked the first anniversary of the European Central Bank’s “outright monetary transactions” program… more

  • Forum Article

    Finding the right economic reform strategy for Europe

    Together with fiscal consolidation, structural reform is the new European mantra. International organizations and… more

  • Forum Article

    Should the European Central Bank start again from scratch?

    The monetary union was always a grand gamble. It established the ECB for an immense region that itself was not a state… more

  • Forum Article

    Can the European Central Bank control interest rates?

    The short answer is a hesitant yes, bordering with a timid no. The longer answer starts by noting that the mechanism… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    What the Cyprus crisis means for the EU

    The root of the problem in Cyprus is well known. Its two major banks had attracted huge deposits from abroad, largely… more

  • Forum Article

    Europe has nothing to fear but fear itself

    Professor Klaus Schwab is Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum. His e-book, The Re-Emergence of… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Event

    Welcome to the chronic phase of the public debt crisis

    Summit on the Global Agenda 2012

    12 - 14 Nov 2012, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

  • Forum Article

    Fiddling at the Fire

    Nouriel Roubini is Chairman of Roubini Global Economics and Professor at the Stern School of Business, NYU. Financial… more

  • Young Global Leaders Article

    What if “whatever it takes” isn’t enough for the Euro?

    It doesn’t really matter what Mario Draghi, head of the European Central Bank, announces this week.  The Eurozone… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    Dollar by default - The state of the international monetary system

    The great crisis made evident the extreme vulnerability of the international monetary system. Although the epicentre of… more

  • Forum Article

    Call to Action is only the beginning - Marco Magnani

    Read the Call to Action The Call for Action is a good summing up of the consensus. In principle everybody agrees on the… more

  • Forum Article

    A Call to Action

    For the first time, the heads of the world’s major multilateral and regional institutions are coming together to… more