Ángel Ubide, 09 December 2015

The diversity of European economic cycles, economic structures, and political dynamics is a strength of the Eurozone. However, sustainable arrangements are required to distribute risks and ensure that all countries can use fiscal policy to cushion economic downturns. This column proposes the creation of a system of stability bonds for the Eurozone. These could be structured to minimise moral hazard, improve governance, and ensure that fiscal policy can support growth during the next recession.

Carlos Vegh, Guillermo Vuletin, 22 August 2012

How do emerging markets move from procyclical fiscal and monetary policies to countercyclical ones? This column argues that a key ingredient is stronger institutions.


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