Frexit: De facto wäre das ein Staatsbankrott
Christoph Pauly interviews me in Spiegel online on potential consequences of France leaving the euro here....Read more
Interviews on Bloomberg surveillance on Trump, Tillerson and Europe’s elections
my interview today with Bloomberg surveillance is here and here: ...Read more
Berlin and Paris need a strategy for Brexit
Which political strategy should the EU and its biggest two members, France and Germany, pursue if the UK were to leave? This op-ed was originally published in Bruegel, International Business Times, Kathimerini, and Diari...Read more
The EU needs to confront the populist challenge in 2016
This opinion piece was or will be published in Caixin, Caixin (Chinese), Die Zeit (online), Kathemerini, Le Monde, Linkiesta, Finance (Slovenia). One of the clear trends of 2015 has been the rise of parties that radicall...Read more
France and Germany: a moment of truth
France and Germany, which together account for half of euro-area GDP, are rightly considered the key to the euro area’s exit from the current impasse of low growth, falling inflation and increasingly dangerous debt traje...Read more
Alstom blues: Is France facing industrial decline?
My interview with France24 can be found here. here...Read more
No Industry, no Future?
In a context of weak growth, high unemployment, unbalanced public finances and persistent external deficit,we are witnessing the return of a proactive approach to industrial policy and, even in France the return of direc...Read more
Addressing weak inflation: The European Central Bank’s shopping list
There are clear benefits to price stability. High inflation can distort corporate investment decisions and the consumption behaviour of households. Changes to inflation redistribute real wealth and income between differe...Read more