Following our usual tradition, VoxEU.org takes a break between Christmas and the New Year – our final column of 2016 will be on Saturday 24 December and our first column of 2017 will appear on Monday 2 January.
Meanwhile, for those of you looking for reading material over the Christmas break, here is a short list of very notable columns on issues that played havoc with us all in 2016.
Happy holidays from all the VoxEU team.
Economic causes of right-wing populism
- Immigration and far-right voting: New evidence Martin Halla, Alexander Wagner, Josef Zweimüller, 29 November 2015
- Right-wing political extremism in the Great Depression Alan de Bromhead, Barry Eichengreen, Kevin O'Rourke, 27 February 2012
- The OECD’s growth prospects and political extremism Hans Peter Grüner, Markus Brückner, 16 May 2010
- The political aftermath of financial crises: Going to extremes Manuel Funke, Moritz Schularick, Christoph Trebesch, 21 November 2015
- Four myths about the Great War of 1914-1918 Mark Harrison, 03 June 2014
- Past Vox columns on terrorism and terrorists Richard Baldwin
- The fundamental factors behind the Brexit vote Sascha O. Becker, Thiemo Fetzer, Dennis Novy, 31 October 2016
- Brexit: Economic prosperity and voting behaviour Gylfi Zoega, 01 September 2016
- Globalisation and Brexit Italo Colantone, Piero Stanig, 23 November 2016
- New eBook: What To Do With the UK? EU Perspectives on Brexit Charles Wyplosz, 24 October 2016
- New eBook: Refugees and Economic Migrants: Facts, policies and challenges Francesco Fasani, 31 October 2016
- Brexit and other harbingers of a return to the dangers of the 1930s Avinash Persaud, 26 August 2016
- The truth about trade agreements – and why we need them Chad Bown, 29 November 2016
- Consequences of Brexit and Trumpit for the multinational car industry Keith Head, Thierry Mayer, 12 November 2016
- Elections in America: It is also about rising equality Nora Lustig, 29 November 2016