Financial Policy

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The scale of the infrastructure and PPP initiative championed by the G20’s national and multilateral banks could privatize gains and socialize losses on a massive scale. The G20 should take steps to ensure that this scenario does not unfold.

The collaborative publication of the Panama Papers in the first week of April revealed in an unprecdented level tax evasion via the Panamanian lawyer’s office Mossack Fonseca -  this article examines lessons for the EU.

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As old methods have lost credibility, some governments, economists and international institutions like the UN Environment Programme have adopted a new approach, based on the view that nature is an “ecosystem service” provider. In doing so, they have shifted the onus of addressing environmental risk onto the private sector and market-based mechanisms.

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The EU countries affected by the crisis find themselves in a dilemma. They have to ensure economic growth and employment while, at the same time, they need to reduce costs and save money through higher taxes. A new survey indicates: environmental taxes are the most effective tool in this context – and simultaneously conserve resources.
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The collapse of the euro and of the Monetary Union would have grave consequences not only for Europe’s economies but also for Europe’s social and cultural development. The answer has to be a conscious shaping of Europe’s future and amendments to the European Treaties.

Financial Policy

The euro crisis and, in its wake, the challenges for the European Union necessitate a fundamental debate about the aims and principles underlying European economic and fiscal policy. Issues of great importance include a sustainable fiscal policy, a caring Europe, challenges facing democratic decision-making processes, and the need for reform in the financial sector.

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