Why austerity is the wrong prescription for the euro crisis: Mark Blyth – Project Syndicate

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This is an excellent MUST READ article from Mark Blyth, published by Project Syndicate. Check it out!

End Austerity Now by Mark Blyth – Project Syndicate.

This blog has argued for well over a year that policy-makers must stimulate growth in Europe with fiscal policies that stimulate investments and create jobs, especially in Southern Europe and the UK. Sadly, policy-makers in Germany have been the barrier to European growth.

Any thoughts?

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