Europe: crash test

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* The European dream was both the rejection of war and the creation of a new spirit of peaceful cooperation.

 

Xavier Ragot is President of the Paris-based “Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques” (OFCE), or French Economic Observatory, an independent centre focused on economic research, forecasting and the evaluation of public policy.

The work of the OFCE covers most fields of economic analysis, from macroeconomics, growth, social welfare programmes, taxation and employment policy to sustainable development, competition, innovation and regulatory affairs.  Its 1981 founding charter established OFCE as part of the French Fondation nationale des sciences politiques (Sciences Po).

In this talk Xavier provides an update on the status of Europe and on the French economy. He discusses whether it was a mistake to create the Eurozone and, if so, how we fix things. Second, he discusses how France is faring  under President Macron’s new leadership.  What are the key economic and policy challenges that France faces today?

 

The publication is not an editorial. It reflects solely the point of view and argumentation of the author. The publication is presented in the presentation. Start in the previous issue. The original is available at: youtube

 

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8 Comments

  1. Usually when I doubt whether NATO and the EU are sufficiently united and prepared for Russian aggression, I’m thinking about the way Russia had nibbled small territories from Georgia and Ukraine, and wonder whether they might try something similar in Estonia

  2. Europe is by far the better place to live. Of course, after a Russian attack, that would be destroyed. But I can’t see, how Europe would be a better place under Russian ruling.

  3. It is ironic, that the govts of Europe who support Al-Qaeeda in Syria including France,Germany,UK etc suddenly implore their population’s “humanity” when it comes to refugees. These refugees clearly have a very very different cultural background from Europeans. Given their huge numbers,they escaping a war zone,(probably they are in survival mode, hence violent and aggressive)without a concrete plan to integrate them culturally into Europe incidents like Cologne and Nice are bound to repeat.

  4. What about the Turks, and Bosnian, and Kosovo and Macedonians and many other Europeans who are peaceful Muslim people? How would you expel them from the continent?

  5. A statement from the commissioners on the anniversary of the crash claims “everything is going well” thanks to their own “consistent measures”.

  6. They are also the ones who made the mess, shifted the blame on Germany being too strong (can you imagine a school where they blame a pupil for being too good) and then offered a fix that is equal to a band-aid on a broken neck

  7. They are also the ones who made the mess, shifted the blame on Germany being too strong (can you imagine a school where they blame a pupil for being too good) and then offered a fix that is equal to a band-aid on a broken neck.

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