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11/2017 - Trade globalisation: going into reverse?

04/2017 - Italy: companies' difficulties are hampering investment and growth potential

03/2017 - “Super-aged” nations and inflation: case studies

12/2016 - Housing in Europe: are there any overheated markets?

11/2016 - Population aging: Risk of deflation or inflation?

11/2016 - Emerging markets’ external debt: it’s the same old song?

09/2016 - US public debt: towards more domestic and private financing

07/2016 - China: assessing the global impact of a Chinese slowdown

06/2016 - France: A private sector in better financial health, despite higher debt

03/2016 - A world without inflation

09/2015 - Low interest rates: the "new normal"?

03/2015 - Euro zone: in the grip of ‘secular stagnation’?

02/2015 - Emerging oil producing countries: which are the most vulnerable to the decline in oil price?

01/2015 - Germany: Not a “bazaar” but a factory!

09/2014 - Euro zone: is the crisis over?

05/2014 - Eurozone: corporate financing via market, an uneven development

01/2014 : Ireland: End of the bailout program - Now what?

12/2013 - The euro zone: Falling into a liquidity trap?

11/2013 - Rising public debt in Japan: how far is too far?

09/2013 - Netherlands: at the periphery of core countries

06/2013 - US: Becoming a LNG exporter

06/2013 - France: Why has the current account balance deteriorated for more than 10 years?

05/2013 - US energy independence

04/2013 - Developed countries: who holds public debt?

04/2013 - China: the growth debate

04/2013 - China: housing property prices: failing to see the forest for the trees

02/2013 - Financing governments debt: a vehicle for the (dis)integration of the eurozone?